Politics

  • November 26, 2003  

    The U.N. International Atomic Energy Agency passed a resolution Wednesday condemning Iran’s 18-year cover-up of its nuclear program but applauding the country’s new cooperation. Continue reading

  • November 26, 2003  

    The U.N. International Atomic Energy Agency passed a resolution Wednesday condemning Iran’s 18-year cover-up of its nuclear program but applauding the country’s new efforts at openness and cooperation. Ray Suarez gets perspective on the resolution and Iran’s nuclear ambitions from experts. Continue reading

  • November 26, 2003  

    Former NewsHour correspondent Roger Mudd returns with some observations about what some people are wearing around their necks. Continue reading

  • November 26, 2003  

    In a year when many states are struggling to keep up with Medicaid costs, Maine is developing a program aimed at providing coverage for all of its residents by 2009. Susan Dentzer talks to Maine residents and politicians about the state’s plan. Continue reading

  • November 25, 2003   BY  

    Congress and the White House reached a compromise Monday night in an effort to avoid a presidential veto of a measure that would have rolled back a decision by the Federal Communications Commission to relax a key media ownership rule. Continue reading

  • November 25, 2003  

    The Senate voted 54-44 Tuesday to approve a $400 billion Medicare reform bill that will give seniors access to prescription drug benefits and increase the roll of private health plans. Two policy analysts discuss the newly passed Medicare bill and its implications for both Medicare beneficiaries and the program itself. Continue reading

  • November 25, 2003  

    The Senate approved a Medicare reform bill today that will give seniors access to prescription drug benefits and permit insurance companies to offer private coverage to Medicare recipients. Senate Leaders Frist and Daschle react to the changes in Medicare before the vote. Continue reading

  • November 25, 2003  

    Gwen Ifill traveled to New Hampshire to preview the competition between Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., and former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean in the first presidential primary. Continue reading

  • November 24, 2003   BY  

    Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze was swept from power Sunday after three weeks of massive protests over disputed election results led to a peaceful leadership coup dubbed the "velvet revolution." Continue reading

  • November 24, 2003   BY  

    A jury recommended Monday that John Allen Muhammad be executed for his role in the sniper attacks that killed 10 people and terrorized the Washington, D.C., area last fall. Continue reading