The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer
June 1-5, 1998
Thursday, June 4, 1998
- Lion King's Queen
A conversation with Julie Taymor, the woman behind Broadway's Lion King.
- Political Wrap
Our pundits on Clinton in the courts and religion in the House.
- Back to School
An increase in errors spurs a retraining program for air traffic controllers.
- Troubled Territory
Fighting continued today in Kosovo.
Wednesday, June 3, 1998
- No More Nukes?
The first five nuclear powers urge India and Pakistan to stop their nuclear tests.
- Under the Sea
Deep-sea explorer Robert Ballard finds the sunken USS Yorktown.
- Clinton's Legal Woes
The Supreme Court refused to hear from Independent Cousel Kenneth Starr.
- Man of Faith
A profile of Martin Marty, one of the nation's leading teachers of religion.
Tuesday, June 2, 1998
- Caught Off Guard
The CIA's failure to foresee India's nuclear tests draws Congressional ire.
- Religious Freedom?
Does the Religious Freedom Amendment threaten the Constitution?
- Primary Results
A report on the California Primary.
- Off-Broadway Hit
A Denver theatre company wins a Tony award.
Monday, June 1, 1998
- Stolen Assets
What happened to the gold and assets the Nazis stole during World War II?
- Full House
Congress is back from its Memorial Day recess. What's on the agenda?
- Reform Struggle
An update on Indonesia.
- The Kashmir Dispute
With areas claimed by India, Pakistan and China, peace eludes Kashmir.
- Buying Time
Will campaign ads determine California's Democratic primary?
- Tracking the Story
An update on the executive privilege case.
- Reflections on Autobiography
Author Jill Ker Conway discusses her new book.
- Money Ain't Funny
Roger Rosenblatt considers jokes about rich people.
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