The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer
February 23 - 27, 1998
Friday, February 27, 1998
Thursday, February 26, 1998
- Asia's Fallen Star
Can Indonesia restore confidence in its falling currency?
- Political Wrap
Our pundits discuss the subpoena of presidential aide Sidney Blumenthal.
- Capitol Views
Does Saddam Hussein intend to keep his end of the deal?
- Expanding Universe
The universe is evolving more rapidly now than it has in the past.
Wednesday, February 25, 1998
- Off The Record
Is Kenneth Starr's investigation infringing on First Amendment rights?
- Policing The World?
Debating the role of the United Nations in maintaining peace.
- The Changing Face of Barbie
Clarence Page examines the old face and the new face of America's favorite doll.
Tuesday, February 24, 1998
- Inspecting The Deal
Could the U.N.-brokered deal hamper weapons inspections in Iraq?
- Precious Metal
What's the story behind silver and its dramatic increase in value?
- Campaign Finance Debate
Senator Robert Bennett and Senator Joseph Lieberman discuss campaign finance reform.
- A Birthday Memory
In honor of the late Barbara Jordan, Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky reads a poem for his hero.
Monday, February 23, 1998
- Deal Details
U.S. policy makers scrutinize the fine print of Kofi Annan's deal with Iraq.
- Starr Witness
Clinton Aide Sidney Blumenthal is called before a grand jury.
- Newsmaker: U.S. Ambassador Richardson
Jim Lehrer with Ambassador Richardson On The Iraq Deal.
- Kofi Annan's Conference in New York
Excerpts from the Secretary General's Speech.
- Secretary Albright
The Secretary of State discusses the U.N. brokered deal with Iraq.
- Diplomatic Success?
Will Saddam Hussein comply with the latest U.N. agreement?
- Reports From Jordan
The first in a series of global reports on the Iraq situation.
- Nagano Olympics Come To A Close
As the Nagano Olympics ended this past weekend, U.S. performances are reviewed.
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