Politics

  • January 26, 2004  

    Gwen Ifill discusses the latest poll numbers with Jim Lehrer. Continue reading

  • January 26, 2004  

    Gwen Ifill reports from New Hampshire, where the Democratic presidential candidates campaigned vigorously to win over independents and undecided voters in the final hours before Tuesday’s primary. Continue reading

  • January 23, 2004   BY  

    Democratic presidential hopefuls met Thursday night for their final debate before the New Hampshire primary, criticizing President Bush’s domestic and foreign policy moves while promoting their own plans for the country’s core issues. Continue reading

  • January 23, 2004   BY  

    Europe’s Mars orbiter has found the most direct evidence yet of water in the form of ice in the south polar cap of Mars, the European Space Agency announced Friday. Continue reading

  • January 23, 2004  

    NewsHour analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the performance of the candidates in Friday’s New Hampshire debate. Continue reading

  • January 23, 2004  

    NewsHour analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks analyze the strategy of each Democratic campaign in the final days before the New Hampshire primary. Continue reading

  • January 23, 2004  

    Sens. John Kerry, D-Mass., John Edwards, D-N.C., and Joseph Lieberman, D-Conn., retired U.S. Army Gen. Wesley Clark and former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean speak to New Hampshire voters in the latest snapshots of the Democratic presidential candidates on the campaign trail. Continue reading

  • January 23, 2004  

    Margaret Warner looks back at last night’s Democratic debate and ahead at the final weekend of campaigning before the New Hampshire primary. Continue reading

  • January 23, 2004  

    Essayist Roger Mudd looks at how the presidential State of the Union address has evolved from the modest written document that it was in the 19th century to the spectacle of political showmanship that it has become for presidents in the age of mass media. Continue reading

  • January 22, 2004   BY  

    NASA’s rover Spirit has failed to transmit data from Mars for more than 24 hours in what mission scientists thought at first was a weather-related interruption but now believe could be a serious hardware or software problem. Continue reading