The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday members of the news media cannot be held liable for repeating the contents of telephone calls illegally taped by third parties. Continue reading →
Two Middle East watchers discuss Secretary of State Powell’s call for renewed American involvement in stopping violence in the region. Continue reading →
NewsHour regulars Mark Shields and Paul Gigot discuss the week in politics, including President Bush’s newly unveiled energy plan and Ted Olson’s nomination as solicitor general. Continue reading →
Ray Suarez talks with former ambassador to China James Lilley; American University President Benjamin Ladner; and law professor Donald Clarke of the University of Washington, about China’s crackdown on visiting Chinese Americans. Continue reading →
President Bush outlines a national energy strategy that focuses on increasing supply. Continue reading →
Kwame Holman outlines President Bush’s energy plan and the initial reactions. Continue reading →
FBI Director Louis Freeh acknowledges the FBI withheld thousands of documents during the trial of Timothy McVeigh. Continue reading →
A Senate committee Tuesday considered details of a $1.35 trillion tax cut. Kwame Holman reports from Capitol Hill. Continue reading →
Right-wing billionaire Silvio Berlusconi has been elected prime minister of Italy, a post he held briefly in 1994. Continue reading →
The Supreme Court unanimously rules against California’s medical marijuana law. Continue reading →
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