Updated 5:45pm EST Voters in Tuesday’s Texas GOP primary have three options in the governor’s race: incumbent Gov. Rick Perry faces U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison and Debra Medina, a candidate from the ever-growing Tea Party movement. If none of … Continue reading
In other news Friday, the Justice Department found no misconduct by Bush administration lawyers who authorized harsh interrogations. Also, home foreclosures fell in the final quarter of 2009, signaling a possible rebound in the housing market. Continue reading
The last bookstore in Laredo, Texas, closed its doors for good one month ago this week. This bilingual and bicultural border town, long challenged by high illiteracy rates, is now adjusting to its new reality.
In other news Tuesday, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warned that Tehran would swiftly counter any new sanctions placed against it and Russia joined the U.S. and France to urge Iran to stop enriching uranium. Continue reading
In other news Friday, former President Bill Clinton returned home after an overnight hospitalization following a heart procedure and much of the Deep South was paralyzed as a rare winter storm deposited several inches of snow. Continue reading
As a Senate Committee began the first hearing into the shooting attack at Fort Hood, Defense Secretary Robert Gates announced the launch of a Pentagon review of the circumstances around the shootings. Judy Woodruff speaks with two reporters for an update. Continue reading
Army Maj. Nidal M. Hasan has been charged with premeditated murder in last week’s shooting at Fort Hood. Jeffrey Brown talks to a reporter for an update. Continue reading
Gwen Ifill speaks with two reporters about the ongoing investigation into last week’s attack at Fort Hood, including new revelations that the alleged shooter had ties to a radical cleric in Yemen known for his anti-American teachings. Continue reading