Politics

  • March 10, 2004  

    In the second part of our two-part focus on Iraq, Terence Smith speaks with Washington Post correspondent Anthony Shadid who has reported on how the ongoing instability in Iraq is affecting different communities in the war-ravaged nation. Continue reading

  • March 10, 2004  

    American forces will intervene to stop Haitian-against-Haitian violence, the U.S. military said this week. Congress, meanwhile, contemplated how to best stabilize Haiti at a hearing Wednesday. Gwen Ifill discusses the situation with two senators who were at the hearing. Continue reading

  • March 10, 2004  

    Essayist Roger Mudd proposes a new constitutional amendment. Continue reading

  • March 9, 2004   BY Admin 

    A U.S.-backed advisory council selected former U.N. official and international business consultant Gerard Latortue as Haiti’s next prime minister Tuesday, marking a major step toward forming a transitional government in the troubled nation. Continue reading

  • March 9, 2004  

    Elizabeth Brackett of WTTW Chicago talks to a group of Iraqis living in the United States about their feelings toward the Iraq war and their concerns over how to restore peace and stability to the war-torn country. Continue reading

  • March 8, 2004   BY Admin 

    Members of Iraq’s Governing Council signed an interim constitution Monday that is geared toward helping the country prepare for self-rule after the U.S.-led coalition transfers power on June 30. Continue reading

  • March 8, 2004   BY Admin 

    Haiti’s former leader Jean-Bertrand Aristide called Monday for peaceful resistance to the "occupation" of Haiti, a day after his supporters fired upon a crowd celebrating the exiled president’s departure, resulting in at least six deaths. Continue reading

  • March 8, 2004  

    Members of Iraq’s Governing Council signed an interim constitution Monday that is geared toward helping the country prepare for self-rule after the U.S.-led coalition transfers power in June. Gwen Ifill discusses the significance of this transitional law with two regional experts. Continue reading

  • March 8, 2004  

    The former chief justice of the Haitian Supreme Court was sworn in as the new president of Haiti. But Jean-Bertrand Aristide, who fled an armed rebellion more than a week ago, insisted that he is still president. Ray Suarez gets an update from New York Times correspondent Lydia Polgreen. Continue reading

  • March 8, 2004  

    Martha Stewart was convicted for lying to prosecutors over a personal stock trade. Other CEOs are facing criminal prosecution for defrauding their companies or increased public scrutiny of their management techniques. Margaret Warner gets perspectives from three business experts. Continue reading