Politics

  • December 15, 2003  

    As the international community begins to look ahead to the logistics of Saddam Hussein’s trial, Margaret Warner and guests explore the impact of his arrest on the U.S.-led occupation of Iraq, and on the broader war on terror. Continue reading

  • December 15, 2003  

    Four leaders of the new Iraq met with Saddam Hussein the day after U.S. forces detained him. One of the leaders describes his conversation with the ousted dictator. Continue reading

  • December 15, 2003  

    Terence Smith speaks with Time magazine correspondent Brian Bennett in Baghdad about Iraqis’ reaction to the capture of Saddam Hussein. Continue reading

  • December 15, 2003  

    Jim Lehrer speaks with New York Times columnist David Brooks and Boston Globe columnist Tom Oliphant about the political implications of Saddam Hussein’s capture for President Bush and his Democratic detractors. Continue reading

  • December 14, 2003   BY  

    Captured Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein "will face the justice he denied to millions," President Bush pledged in an address from the White House Sunday afternoon. Continue reading

  • December 12, 2003  

    The Cincinnati coroner ruled that the death of Nathaniel “Skip” Jones at the hands of police was a homicide, but no officers have been charged in connection with the incident. Jones is the 17th African American to be killed in a confrontation with Cincinnati police since 1995. Continue reading

  • December 12, 2003  

    Paul Martin succeeded Jean Chretien, who is stepping down after ten years as Canadian prime minister Friday. The change in leadership took place amid increasing tensions between the U.S. and Canada over the war in Iraq, trade and other issues. Continue reading

  • December 12, 2003  

    Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the 2004 presidential race, allegations that Halliburton overcharged the Army for gasoline and the controversy over the U.S. banning Iraq war opponents from reconstruction contracts. Continue reading

  • December 11, 2003  

    Former Utah Gov. Mike Leavitt became head of the Environmental Protection Agency in November. Since then, the agency has released two controversial proposals aimed at reducing emissions from power plants. Margaret Warner discusses these and other issues with the new administrator. Continue reading

  • December 11, 2003  

    Freshman Sen. John Edwards, D-N.C., recently explained to voters in Santa Fe, N.M., why he is ready for a job at the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue. Continue reading