The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer
May 11-15, 1998
Friday, May 15, 1998
Thursday, May 14, 1998
- Political Wrap
Our pundits discuss the president's handling of recent events in Asia.
- Benjamin Netanyahu
Israel's prime minister discusses the current state of the peace process.
- Ol' Blue Eyes
Remembering Frank Sinatra, his life and his music.
- Days of Rage
A report and discussion on the aftermath of the riots in Jakarta.
Wednesday, May 13, 1998
- Regional Race?
Will Pakistan respond to India's nuclear tests with a blast of its own?
- Indonesia's Riots
Violence escalates in Jakarta as students protest against Suharto.
- Children's Television
The story on the changing business of children's television.
- Tracking the Story
An update on the Starr Investigation.
Tuesday, May 12, 1998
- Chain Reaction?
Will India's actions trigger a new nuclear arms race?
- Newsmaker: Phil Knight
Nike's CEO discusses the company's labor practices.
- House Divided
Republican Dan Burton tried again today to get his committee to approve immunity for four potential witnesses.
- Berlin Airlift
Tomorrow begins a five-month commemoration in Germany celebrating the 50th anniversary of the airlift.
Monday, May 11, 1998
- Growing Nuclear Family
India faces global outrage and possible sanctions for its nuclear weapons tests.
- Party Showdown
Can Congress overcome partisanship and conduct a fair investigation?
- A Good Connection
SBC and Ameritech merge to form the nation's largest local phone company.
- The Search for Peace
Two Israeli negotiators debate the future of the peace process.
- Math Wars
What is the best way to teach math?
- Safe to Fly?
The FAA has ordered the inspection of older Boeing 737's to check their wiring.
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