Politics

  • January 20, 2000  

    Now a Hurricane Floyd update from North Carolina, where the struggle to rebuild is far from over. Tom Bearden reports. Continue reading

  • January 20, 2000  

    Money talks, especially when it’s the leading Republican candidates doing the talking on the pocketbook issue of taxes. Terence Smith takes a look at the tax debate between George W. Bush, John McCain and Steve Forbes that’s heating up the airwaves in Iowa and New Hampshire. Then Smith discusses the ads with three experts. Continue reading

  • January 19, 2000  

    Former Russian Prime Minister Yegor Gaidar, the first prime minister after the collapse of the Soviet Union reveals his perspective on the political turmoil that Russia has undergone from the Kremlin to Chechnya. Continue reading

  • January 18, 2000  

    Helmut Kohl, the former German chancellor that united his nation, resigned from his party’s honorary chairmanship Tuesday after he admitted taking illegal campaign contributions while in office. Continue reading

  • January 18, 2000  

    Kwame Holman reports on the reaction of Cuban-Americans, Haitian-Americans and Miami in general to the international battle over young Elian Gonzalez. Continue reading

  • January 17, 2000   BY Admin 

    With one week left before the Iowa caucus kicks off the official run for the presidency, all eight GOP and Democratic hopefuls are crisscrossing Iowa hoping to do well in the unpredictable race. Continue reading

  • January 17, 2000   BY Admin 

    A new survey of New Hampshire voters indicates both GOP hopeful Sen. John McCain and Democratic Sen. Bill Bradley have increased their support among women and independent voters. Continue reading

  • January 17, 2000  

    Demonstrators marched on the grounds of the South Carolina statehouse to protest the Confederate flag at state buildings. Gwen Ifill leads a discussion. Continue reading

  • January 17, 2000  

    Now soccer and diplomacy between Iran and the United States and to Ray Suarez. Continue reading

  • January 17, 2000  

    The White House’s Office of National Drug Control Policy struck a deal with television networks to promote anti-drug messages within popular shows. Media correspondent Terrence Smith explores the dynamics of the agreement with experts. Continue reading