A panel discusses the Democratic Republic of the Congo following the assassination of its leader, Laurent Kabila. Continue reading →
Lawmakers and education watchers discuss President Bush’s school proposals. Continue reading →
Two members of Congress discuss President Bush’s plan to reverse and suspend executive orders from the Clinton administration. Continue reading →
Amity Schlaes, of the Financial Times, Michael Eric Dyson of DePaul University, Ramesh Ponnuru of the National Review, and Ruy Texeria of the Century Foundation discuss their hopes and fears for the new Bush administration. Continue reading →
Arkansas-native and poet Maya Angelou read her poem entitled "The Rock Cries Out To Us Today" at the 1993 inauguration of Bill Clinton. Continue reading →
In 1961, poet Robert Frost read his poem "The Gift Outright" at the inauguration of John Kennedy. Continue reading →
Deeply rooted in tradition, the presidential inauguration marks a new beginning for both the United States and its brand new president. Continue reading →
The NewsHour’s panel of historians and political analysts Mark Shields and Paul Gigot sum up their feelings after the ceremony to inaugurate President George W. Bush. Continue reading →
The following is the full text of President George W. Bush’s Inaugural Address. Continue reading →
The following is the full text of Independent Counsel Robert Ray’s statement on the Clinton plea agreement. Continue reading →
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