The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer
April 6-10, 1998
Friday, April 10, 1998
Thursday, April 9, 1998
- "Peace Prevails"
The chairman of the Irish peace talks, George Mitchell, explains the deal.
- Political Wrap
Our political pundits on the tobacco deal and the president's busy week.
- Hollywood Presidents
The portrayal of presidents in films and how they impact society's views.
Wednesday, April 8, 1998
- "Better Late Than Never"
Negotiators at the Irish peace talks continue to work on an agreement.
- Remembering Robeson
Reflections on the life of actor, singer and activist Paul Robeson.
- Growing Debate
President Clinton heads to Kentucky to bring the debate to tobacco's farmers.
- America's Dilemma
Alex Kotlowitz discusses a story of two towns, a death, and America’s dilemma.
Tuesday, April 7, 1998
- Sifting Through Ashes
Congressional legislation on tobacco draws the industry's ire.
- Papal Apology
The Vatican apologizes for its silence during the Holocaust.
- Drunk Driving
Congress is hoping to pass a new drunk driving law.
Monday, April 6, 1998
- Social Insecurity
How should Congress reform the nation's largest entitlement program?
- Financial Powerhouse
Citicorp and Travelers announce a massive $83 billion merger.
- A New Germany?
Will making Berlin the capital change the present state of Germany?
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