The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer
April 27- May 1, 1998
Friday, May 1, 1998
Thursday, April 30, 1998
- Euro Bound?
Eleven nations of the European Union prepare for a common currency.
- Political Wrap
Our pundits discuss the war of words between Mr. Gingrich and Mr. Clinton.
- A Starr Investigation Update
A report on the week's developments in the Starr Investigation.
- May Day
Robert Pinsky reads some passages from a poem titled "Corinna's Going A-Maying."
Wednesday, April 29, 1998
- Pressing Questions
The NewsHour's commentators assess the President's press conference.
- Golden Anniversary
The modern state of Israel celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of its founding.
- Combating Famine
An update and discussion on the starvation problem in North Korea.
- Fury of Creation
Paul Solman discusses Bernini's style and presence in history.
Tuesday, April 28, 1998
- Vouching For Success?
Will Congress approve school vouchers for the District of Columbia?
- Newsmaker: Dr. Satcher
The surgeon general discusses needle exhange programs and other issues.
- Megan's Law
Who should be informed when a sex offender moves into the community?
- Strangers Among Us
A dialogue with author Roberto Suro.
Monday, April 27, 1998
- Ambassador Butler
The U.N. inspector discusses efforts to verify the destruction of Iraqi weapons.
- Redrawing the Map
Should the U.S. Senate vote to expand the membership of NATO?
- Playing Beethoven
A conversation with German violinist, Anne-Sophie Mutter.
- Out of Line?
The Supreme Court considers whether the line-tem veto is constitutional.
- Wang Dan
The newly-released Chinese exile on his view of China, past and future.
- Exiled Perspective
The U.N. Security Council is debating the Iraq sanctions issue today and so are Iraqi exiles in the United States.
- After the Gold Rush
It is the 150th anniversary of the California gold rush.
Essayist Richard Rodriguez considers stuff.
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