Politics

  • October 15, 2003   BY  

    A roadside bomb ripped through an armored van Wednesday, killing three Americans traveling through the Gaza Strip in a U.S. diplomatic convoy. Continue reading

  • October 15, 2003   BY  

    A federal judge has ordered five reporters to reveal their sources for articles that portrayed Dr. Wen Ho Lee, a former nuclear weapons scientist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, as a chief suspect in a Chinese espionage investigation. Continue reading

  • October 15, 2003  

    A roadside bomb ripped through an armored van in the Gaza Strip Wednesday, killing three Americans traveling through the area in a U.S. diplomatic convoy. New York Times reporter John Burns discusses the attack and the situation on the ground in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from his perspective in Jerusalem. Continue reading

  • October 15, 2003  

    Money is the lifeblood of the modern American political campaign, and is the deadline for President Bush and his nine Democratic opponents to submit their third-quarter fundraising reports to the Federal Election Commission. Margaret Warner crunches the latest numbers with two New York Times reporters. Continue reading

  • October 14, 2003   BY  

    Businessman Gyude Bryant was sworn in as the leader of Liberia’s postwar government Tuesday, raising hopes that the nation can return to order and stability after 12 years of civil war. Continue reading

  • October 14, 2003  

    The Supreme Court said Tuesday it would not involve itself in a debate over whether doctors can talk to patients about medical marijuana. Gwen Ifill gets two perspectives on the controversial decision. Continue reading

  • October 13, 2003   BY  

    Saudi Arabia announced Monday that it would hold its first elections ever to select members for local municipal councils, in what is considered the first concrete political reform by the conservative Arab state. Continue reading

  • October 13, 2003   BY  

    Los Angeles Times editor John Carroll on Sunday staunchly defended his paper’s decision to publish articles detailing allegations of sexual improprieties by Republican candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger just days before the California recall election. Continue reading

  • October 13, 2003  

    Timothy Muris, the head of the Federal Trade Commission that runs the Do-Not-Call list, discusses the continuing standoff in court and what consumers can expect in the meantime. Continue reading

  • October 13, 2003  

    Terence Smith explores the success of conservative talk radio shows and the failure of liberal programs, and talk radio’s increasing importance in politics. Continue reading