• January 8, 2013  

    Dozens of people may have been involved in Sept. 11 attacks on a U.S. consulate in Benghazi, but authorities have been unable to identify them from the security tapes. Gwen Ifill talk to McClatchy Newspapers’ Nancy Youssef about efforts in Libya to find the attackers. Continue reading

  • January 8, 2013  

    Chinese government censors forced journalists at a Guangzhou newspaper in southern China to replace an editorial calling for political reform with a tribute to the Communist Party. Ray Suarez reports on the response by the journalists who went on strike to protest suppression of free speech. Continue reading

  • January 8, 2013  

    Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Richard Ben Cramer wrote about a range of topics, from politics to sports to international conflicts. With his passing, Gwen Ifill talks to Time magazine’s Joe Klein and the Washington Post’s Chris Cilliza on Cramer’s legacy. Continue reading

  • January 7, 2013    

    On Monday’s NewsHour: President Obama pushes ahead with national security nominations, despite resistance A $10 billion settlement in foreclosure abuses The mystery around ailing Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez And, Texas’ newest senator, Republican Ted Cruz While the above promo is … Continue reading

  • January 4, 2013    

    Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join us for the first Doubleheader of 2013. This week’s topics are the politics behind the delay in the vote on relief funds for the victims of Hurricane Sandy, … Continue reading

  • January 3, 2013  

    In an attempt to reach a larger American audience, Al Jazeera English announced plans to purchase cable channel Current TV, first started by former Vice President Al Gore. Ray Suarez talks to Al Jazeera executive producer Robert Wheelock about the Qatar government-owned news organization’s move and challenges going forward. Continue reading

  • December 31, 2012    

    We’re tracking Instagram photos tagged with #NYE to see how people around the world are ringing in the New Year. Zoom in and out on the map below to travel the globe and take a look at celebrations of 2013. … Continue reading

  • December 28, 2012    

    Mark Shields and David Brooks agreed on one thing in our year-end Doubleheader Friday: that the gaffes that defined 2012 were primarily from Republicans. I was filling in for Hari Sreenivasan, who is enjoying a break for the holidays. We … Continue reading

  • December 28, 2012    

    Photo by Acey Harper//Time Life Pictures/Getty Images. The late Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf was best known for leading international forces in Iraq in 1991 against Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Kuwait. As commander of Operation Desert Storm, he oversaw the heavy build-up … Continue reading

  • December 28, 2012    

    On Friday’s NewsHour: President Obama and congressional leaders meet in a last-ditch effort to avoid the fiscal cliff A gang rape sparks outrage and protests in India A move to mass produce high quality schools The legacy of “Stormin’ Norman” … Continue reading