A report on "driving while black" and the controversial law-enforcement strategy of racial profiling. Continue reading →
Three experts discuss Vice President Dick Cheney’s growing governmental influence and how he could redefine the vice president’s role. Continue reading →
David Brooks of the Weekly Standard and Tom Oliphant of the Boston Globe discuss the Republicans’ recent legislative successes. Continue reading →
Kwame Holman looks at the economics of tax cuts, bankruptcy, ergonomics of the workplace, and how President Bush relates to Congress. Continue reading →
A Chilean appeals court threw out homicide and kidnapping charges against Augusto Pinochet, but ruled the former dictator could still be tried on charges he covered up the crimes. Continue reading →
The House today passed a key component of President Bush’s tax $1.6 trillion tax cut. Four Senators discuss the prospects for passage in the upper house. Continue reading →
Hard-liner Ariel Sharon took office as Prime Minister of Israel. Continue reading →
Margaret Warner leads a discussion about President Bush’s meeting with South Korean President Kim Dae-jung and on U.S. relations with North and South Korea. Continue reading →
How effective is the Bush administration at selling the president’s agenda? Four White House veterans assess the situation. Continue reading →
Kwame Holman reports on the U.S. Senate’s debate over repetitive stress injury regulations. Continue reading →
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