Politics

  • April 25, 1997  

    D.A.R.E., the Drug Abuse Resistance Education program, has been tried out in many schools across the country. Rod Minott of KTCS-Seattle reports Continue reading

  • April 24, 1997  

    Following the 1996 elections, both the Republican and Democratic national committees turned to Coloradans to head their parties. Since then, the new chairmen have had to deal with finance scandals. Margaret Warner leads a debate between Democratic chair Governor Roy Romer and GOP chair Jim Nicholson. Continue reading

  • April 24, 1997  

    The Senate moved toward ratification of the chemical weapons ban treaty. Kwame Holman reports. Continue reading

  • April 24, 1997  

    In an heavily guarded courthouse in Denver, Colorado, the trial of Oklahoma City bombing suspect Timothy McVeigh began. Continue reading

  • April 24, 1997  

    In an heavily guarded courthouse in Denver, Colorado, the trial of Oklahoma City bombing suspect Timothy McVeigh began. Jim Lehrer discusses the day’s events with Patrick Cole of Time Magazine. Continue reading

  • April 23, 1997  

    Rural hospitals, a vital lifeline for many Americans, have traditionally suffered when Congress considers cuts in Medicare. Would becoming managed care facilities help? Continue reading

  • April 23, 1997  

    Tuesday former Whitewater Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr sought and won a six-month extension of the Whitewater grand jury in Arkansas. Here to give us some perspective on this is Los Angeles Times reporter Sara Fritz, who’s been covering the Whitewater story. Continue reading

  • April 21, 1997  

    Betty Ann Bowser reports on the falling crime rate from Boston. Continue reading

  • April 18, 1997  

    Betty Ann Bowser reports on the second anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing on how some of the survivors and family members are doing now. Continue reading

  • April 18, 1997  

    A panel discusses secret meetings between the nation’s Attorneys General and U.S. tobacco makers. At issue: FDA regulation and a huge medical fund in return for future legal immunity. Continue reading