Newsmaker Interview

  • October 4, 2001  

    White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card discusses new priorities for America after the terrorist attacks. Continue reading

  • September 20, 2001  

    House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-IL) and House Minority Leader Dick Gephardt (D-MO) discuss America’s response to the terrorist attacks, economic recovery and new cooperation in Congress. Continue reading

  • September 19, 2001  

    Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill talks about Wall Street recovery and the beleaguered U.S. economy. Continue reading

  • September 16, 2001  

    How will the strikes on New York and Washington impact Wall Street’s first day back to work on Monday? Gwen Ifill talks with New York Stock Exchange Chairman Dick Grasso on the preparations for Monday’s return to trading. Continue reading

  • September 14, 2001  

    The deputy secretary of defense discusses the decision to call up 50,000 reservists and the capabilities of terrorist groups to again attack the U.S. Continue reading

  • September 13, 2001  

    The Secretary of State predicts a long, tough campaign ahead as the investigation into the terrorist attacks continues. Continue reading

  • September 10, 2001  

    As Australian Prime Minister John Howard visits Washington, he discusses his country’s trade status, East Timor and the relationship between Australia and the U.S. Continue reading

  • August 27, 2001  

    Asa Hutchinson, the newly-appointed head of the Drug Enforcement Administration, discusses Americans’ attitudes towards illegal narcotics, medical marijuana and the disparity between crack and powder cocaine punishments. Continue reading

  • August 16, 2001  

    Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld returns from Moscow to discuss the Anti-Ballistic Missile treaty as well as his review of the U.S. military. Continue reading

  • July 18, 2001  

    Vice President Dick Cheney examines the state of U.S. energy consumption and conservation, stem cell research, campaign finance reform and his health. Continue reading