The U.S. drug war in the South American nation of Colombia. Kwame Holman has the story. Continue reading →
The press gets extraordinary access to presidential candidate John McCain. Does that influence the coverage of his campaign? Media correspondent Terence Smith gets some answers. Continue reading →
NASA project scientist Andrew Cheng discusses the agency’s latest mission — launching the first spacecraft to orbit an asteroid. Continue reading →
Betty Ann Bowser reports on efforts to post the Ten Commandments in the nation’s public schools. Continue reading →
Now some thoughts about Abraham Lincoln and his legacy, and to Ray Suarez. Continue reading →
Essayist Roger Rosenblatt remembers a diplomat. Continue reading →
Republican House members passed a "marriage penalty" tax relief package with the support of 12 Democrats, but President Clinton opposes the plan. Kwame Holman reports. Continue reading →
A Newsmaker interview with the British Foreign Secretary, and to Margaret Warner. Continue reading →
The Republican presidential candidates each say they’re more conservative than the others. But just what makes a conservative? Continue reading →
The Republican presidential candidates each say they’re more conservative than the others. But just what makes a conservative? Margaret Warner talks with commentators and politicians who try to find the answer. Continue reading →
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