The Senate opens debate on President Bush’s efforts to increase federal education spending, testing and school choice. Continue reading →
The NewsHour’s panel of historians looks at President Bush’s first 100 days and those of his predecessors. Continue reading →
Margaret Warner talks with Anne Nivat, author of Chienne de Guerre, a book about the war in Chechnya. Continue reading →
Andrew Kohut, of the Pew Center for the People and the Press, joins Mark Shields and Paul Gigot for a discussion of President Bush’s first 100 days and the week in politics. Continue reading →
Lee Hochberg of Oregon Public Radio examines barriers to receiving food stamps. Continue reading →
A background report on the Japanese parliament’s selection of a new prime minister. Continue reading →
Terence Smith discusses the Japanese parliament’s selection of a new prime minister. Continue reading →
China expresses outrage at President Bush’s pledge to defend Taiwan against future Chinese attacks. Continue reading →
Terence Smith looks at President Bush’s relationship with the media during the first 100 days of his presidency. Continue reading →
A Federal Trade Commission report today had harsh words for the music industry, saying record companies continue to market products with violent or sexual content to children. Continue reading →
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