The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5 to 4 race was not the main consideration in drawing boundaries in a North Carolina congressional district. Continue reading →
The Federal Reserve cut a key interest rate citing concerns over corporate profits and consumer confidence. Jim Lehrer speaks with two economists on the Fed’s action. Continue reading →
The Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency discusses the Bush administration’s latest environmental policy moves. Continue reading →
The battle between Israelis and Palestinians over areas in the Gaza strip has come to blows, with Israeli troops shelling, then occupying parts of Gaza. Three experts discuss the situation. Continue reading →
The city is quiet, but not at peace, after an unarmed black man is killed by police. Continue reading →
The 24 crew members of the disabled American surveillance plane held in China came home this weekend. Continue reading →
Betty Ann Bowser reports from Cincinnati, where an unarmed 19-year-old black man was killed by police, the fourth such death since November. Continue reading →
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and Wall Street Journal columnist Paul Gigot talk about President Bush’s first foreign policy test. Continue reading →
Kwame Holman tells the story of ailing Democratic Congressman Joe Moakley of Massachusetts. Continue reading →
A conversation on a recent report that shows a widening gap between the best and worst performing students. Continue reading →
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