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Senators Harry Reid (D-Nev.), Patty Murray (D-Wash.), Phil Gramm
(R-Tex.), and Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) discuss working in a Senate
that is likely to be evenly divided between Republicans and Democrats.
Why do the words of Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan hold such power
over financial markets? Journalist Bob Woodward, Greenspan biographer
Justin Martin, and New York Times financial reporter Gretchen
Morgenson discuss his influence.
Tuesday, December 5, 2000
Kwame Holman reports on the aftermath of yesterday's court decisions.
Congressmen Robert Portman (R-Ohio), Jennifer Dunn (R-Wash.),
David Bonoir (D-Mich.), and Chaka Fattah (D-Pa.) discuss meetings
held on Capitol Hill today with GOP vice presidential nominee
Dick Cheney and Democratic vice presidential hopeful Joe Lieberman.
Terence Smith discusses this year's extended election battle with
columnists Lee Cullum of The Dallas Morning News, Clarence
Page of The Chicago Tribune, John Leo of U.S. News and
World Report and Anthony Lewis of The New York Times.
Poet Gwendolyn Brooks died this week at the age of 83. After a
video of Brooks reading her poem "We Real Cool," a Boston
art student reads it as part of former Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky's
Favorite Poem Project.
Congressman Jerrold Nadler, a Democrat from New York, talks to
Margaret Warner about today's court decisions.
Republican Montana Governor Marc Racicot comments on today's rulings.
Former U.S. Supreme Court clerk John Yoo, former Florida Supreme
Court Chief Justice Gerald Kogan, and Pam Karlan of Stanford University
Law School analyze today's court rulings.
Republican Senators John Danforth of Missouri and Warren Rudman
of New Hampshire are joined by Democratic Senators David Boren
of Oklahoma and Dale Bumpers of Arkansas to discuss today's events.