Note: All segments listed for tonight's broadcast are
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broadcast on Fridays are available the following Monday.
Friday, September 15, 2000
Margaret Warner talks with Andrew Kohut, director of the Pew Research
Center, about trends in poll results.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and Wall Street Journal columnist
Paul Gigot discuss the presidential campaign.
On The Stump
As part of a continuing series, excerpts from speeches by the
major party vice-presidential candidates.
Margaret Warner discusses the future of America's military with
Gordon Adams from the Gore campaign, Steven Hadley from the Bush
campaign, retired Colonel David Hackworth, and former Assistant
Secretary of Defense Larry Korb.
Excerpts from last night's debate between Hillary Clinton and
Rick Lazio in the race for the New York Senate seat.
Tom Bearden previews the technology that will be contributing
to the peak performance of this year's Olympic athletes.
Essayist Richard Rodriguez considers the meaning of the Olympic
Wednesday, September 13, 2000
Ho Lee: The Prosecutor
Gwen Ifill reports on the nuclear scientist's release from prison
and discusses the situation with U.S. attorney Norman Bay, a prosecutor
in the case.
Ho Lee: The Case
The discussion continues with Robert Vrooman, chief of counter-intelligence
at Los Alamos from 1987 to 1998; Robert Clark, Lee's former co-worker;
and Bob Drogin, reporter for the Los Angeles Times.
Kwame Holman reports on today's Senate hearings on whether the
entertainment industry markets violent content to children.
Ray Suarez discusses the unrest in Europe over high oil prices
withDaniel Yergin, chairman of Cambridge Energy Research
Associates, and Vijay Vaitheeswaran, global energy correspondent
for The Economist.
Tuesday, September 12, 2000
The Senate Commerce Committee held hearings today to investigate
the Firestone tire recall. After Kwame Holman's background report,
Margaret Warner discusses the chain of events that led to the
recall with Sue Bailey, administrator of the National Highway
Traffic Safety Administration, and Congressman Billy Tauzin, Republican
On The Stump
A continuing series of excerpts from speeches by the two major
party presidential candidates.
Patrick J. Buchanan discusses his political career and his bid
for the Reform Party's presidential nomination.