Dec. 27, 2001
Two views on the state of consumer spending during this year's holiday shopping season.
Dec. 24, 2001
The NewsHour's historians discuss the different ways U.S. presidents have wielded their often-increased powers in times of war.
Dec. 19, 2001
Admiral Dennis Blair
The head of the U.S. Pacific Command discusses efforts to use the military to combat terrorist networks.
Dec. 19, 2001
Dr. Anthony Fauci
The director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases discusses the decision to offer the controversial anthrax vaccine to some of those exposed to inhaled anthrax.
Dec. 12, 2001
Coping with Collapse
Betty Ann Bowser reports from Houston on the local fallout from the collapse of energy giant Enron.
Dec. 12, 2001
The director of the Office of Homeland Security discusses government warnings on possible terrorist activity and measures to protect Americans at home since the Sept. 11 attacks.
Nov. 29, 2001
A Dangerous Mission
Examining the CIA's role in the war on terrorism after an operative is killed on a mission in Afghanistan.
Nov. 9, 2001
Two Months Later
Ray Suarez returns to New York City to examine the progress of recovery efforts at the World Trade Center site.
Oct. 30, 2001
Local police officials discuss how they are responding to Monday's warning of possible terrorist activity in the next few days.
Oct. 25, 2001
The United Nations begins to discuss a post-Taliban government for Afghanistan.
Oct. 22, 2001
Exploring the safety of public health and the U.S. mail system in the wake of additional anthrax infections and deaths.
Oct. 17, 2001
Attorney General Ashcroft
Jim Lehrer talks to Attorney General John Ashcroft about the anthrax investigation, FBI high alerts, and the progress of the al-Qaida investigation.
Oct. 16, 2001
Seeking the Anthrax Source
The FBI and health officials search for the source of the anthrax-laced letters sent to the Capitol and NBC.
Oct. 10, 2001
Margaret Warner learns more details about the FBI's 22 suspects and global terrorist networks with two journalists who cover the ongoing investigation.
Oct. 4, 2001
Newsmaker: Andrew Card
White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card discusses new priorities for America after the terrorist attacks.
Oct. 3, 2001
Biological Terrorism; Ready or Not
Kwame Holman reports on congressional hearings regarding bioterrorism.
Aug. 28, 2001
In the System
More than three percent of adults in the U.S. are in prison, on parole or on probation -- an all-time high. What does that mean for society as a whole? Ray Suarez reports.
Aug. 8, 2001
A new study finds diet and exercise can dramatically cut the risk of getting diabetes.
July 27, 2001
As tax rebate checks arrive, economists assess the potential effects on the economy.
June 12, 2001
The NewsHour historians assess the influence of committee chairs in the wake of the power switch in the U.S. Senate.
June 6, 2001
Newsmaker: Sen. Tom Daschle
The U.S. Senate's new majority leader discusses upcoming business after this week's power shift.
June 5, 2001
Senate Power Shift
Senators Hatch and Leahy discuss the impending power shift in the Senate.
June 5, 2001
Paul Solman discusses an interactive survey on economic outlooks.
May 30, 2001
California Price Caps on Energy
President Bush has rejected calls from California Gov. Gray Davis and others for price caps on California electricity rates. California's chief energy advisor and an energy economist debate the issue.
May 29, 2001
Paul Solman explores what consumer confidence numbers mean, and why they matter.
May 24, 2001
The White House Chief of Staff reacts to Sen. Jeffords' decision to leave the Republican Party.
May 4, 2001
A panel looks at the nation's new unemployment figures, the highest in two-and-a-half years.
April 30, 2001
Three experts discuss new reports on consumer spending, savings and confidence.
April 23, 2001
Newsmaker: Colin Powell
The U.S. Secretary of State discusses the missionary plane mishap, the Summit of the Americas and U.S relations with China and the Middle East.
April 3, 2001
'Easy credit' isn't always.
Feb. 14, 2001
President Bush's Secretary of Defense discusses the U.S.S. Greeneville accident, reforming the military, the military budget and national missile defense.
Feb. 12, 2001
How much does it take to run the U.S. military? Gwen Ifill discusses military spending with four experts.
Feb. 9, 2001
Voting in Florida
Officials in Florida are examining ways to reform that state's voting procedures after the disputed presidential election last year. Can similar voting mistakes be avoided? Betty Ann Bowser reports.
Feb. 2, 2001
Unemployment rose to 4.2 percent last January, the highest level in 16 months. Ray Suarez talks with labor experts about this economic indicator.
Jan. 30, 2001
Senate majority leader Trent Lott discusses the Ashcroft nomination and other issues facing the equally divided senate.
Jan. 29, 2001
Church and State
A panel looks at President Bush's plan for increasing the federal role in faith-based programs.
Jan. 18, 2001
The Ashcroft Hearings
Two U.S. Senators discuss the nomination of John Ashcroft for U.S. Attorney General.
Jan. 15, 2001
An earthquake in El Salvador has left at least 600 people dead and thousands homeless.
Jan. 11, 2001
Secret documents apparently smuggled out of China may reveal the internal politics behind the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown.