The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer
March 23-27, 1998
Friday April 3, 1998
Thursday April 2, 1998
- Economic Overview
The U.S. economy soars while Japan's apparently teeters on the brink.
- The Jones Case in Context
What will be the long-term impact on the presidency of Paula Jones' case?
- High-Tech Workers
These days it is not the students who are competing for jobs in the information technology field.
- What's Poetry?
To celebrate National Poetry Month, Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky reads a poem.
Wednesday, April 1, 1998
- What Next?
Margaret Warner gets an update on the Starr investigation.
- Starring Role
Pressure mounts on Kenneth Starr and his investigation of the president.
- Clinton's Last Day in Africa
A report on Clinton's last day in Africa and highlights of the trip.
- Assessing the Impact
President Clinton's 12-day, six nation trip draws to a close.
Tuesday, March 31, 1998
- Insufficient Grounds
A judge dismisses Paula Jones' sexual harassment case against the president.
- Newsmaker: Sec. Cohen
The defense secretary discusses base closures and international affairs.
- Losing Diversity
A report on the admission figures for next fall at Berkeley.
Monday, March 30, 1998
- Indecent Proposal?
Does the NEA have the right to place decency standards on the art it funds?
- Going, going, gone?
The Twins threaten to leave Minnesota unless a new stadium is built for them.
- Changing Baseball
A look at the new kind of baseball owners and the effects they are having on baseball.
- One More Go
The story of one more go at campaign finance reform.
- Training for Today
A look at how manufacturers are facing the skills gap.
- Defining Disability
Should people infected with HIV be considered disabled?
- March Madness
A look at America's obsession with college basketball.
- Highways First?
Kwame Holman gives an update on the senate's debate over the Intermodal Surface Transportation & Efficiency Act (ISTEA).
- Toxic Leaks
A report on one of the deadliest environmental hazards in the United States.
- The Old Country
Essayist Richard Rodriguez considers the difference between America and Europe.
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