• October 31, 2012    

    On Wednesday’s NewsHour: Millions still without power in the wake of Hurricane Sandy How to cope with increasingly frequent super storms The campaign ground game, as seen from Wisconsin And, the Supreme Court debates the value of evidence provided by … Continue reading

  • October 29, 2012    

    I’m a registered independent who lives in a battleground state, but I’m also what’s known as an off-the-grid voter, meaning I’ve lived with a DVR for a decade and fast forward right through those campaign ads. I haven’t had a … Continue reading

  • October 28, 2012    

    According to an advisory issued at 5 p.m. ET Sunday, the National Hurricane Center warns that Sandy is expected to bring life-threatening storm surge flooding to the Mid-Atlantic coast, including Long Island Sound and New York Harbor. Continue reading

  • October 26, 2012    

    No, it’s not the name of a hipster band from Brooklyn, it’s what we talked about on the Doubleheader with syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks. In our sport of politics section we addressed the … Continue reading

  • October 26, 2012    

    The struggling middle class in America is spotlighted in the current presidential campaign as never before in recent memory, prompting the international news organization GlobalPost to take an in-depth look at what the declining middle class means and what its impacts are overseas, both good and bad. Continue reading

  • October 26, 2012    

    On Friday’s NewsHour: Signs of economic growth and the presidential campaign Leading innovation in the post-PC world How the auto bailout and energy boom are impacting voters in critical Ohio The analysis of Mark Shields and David Brooks Plus, a … Continue reading

  • October 25, 2012    

    On Thursday’s NewsHour: President Obama and Mitt Romney stump in swing states The big money spent by the campaigns in the battlegrounds Missing from the election debate: Europe’s debt crisis The ancient Syrian city of Aleppo ravaged by war And, … Continue reading

  • October 23, 2012    

    President Obama and Mitt Romney’s stances on foreign policy might not differ too drastically, but you wouldn’t know it by the way they talked Monday night, said two analysts we spoke to after the debate. Continue reading

  • October 23, 2012    

    On Tuesday’s NewsHour: It’s the home stretch for the presidential candidates with two weeks to go until Election Day We examine their foreign policy views and the facts in dispute after last night’s face-off And, Virginia voters worried about cuts … Continue reading

  • October 23, 2012  

    Margaret Warner fact-checks different debate highlights, including Mitt Romney’s characterization of President Obama’s early overseas trips, what the candidates said about their opponent’s and their own defense spending proposals, and the ideal scope and size of the Navy. Continue reading