Politics

  • November 21, 1995  

    Excerpts from President Clinton in Washington, and negotiators at the Bosnian Peace Talks in Dayton, announcing an agreement. Continue reading

  • November 21, 1995  

    Following excerpts from speeches by President Clinton and House Speaker Newt Gingrich, Charlayne Hunter-Gault talks with two Congressional leaders about plans to send U.S. troops to Bosnia. She speaks with Representatives Christopher Cox (R-Ca.), and Lee Hamilton (D-Ind.). Continue reading

  • November 20, 1995  

    Kwame Holman reports on the agreement to end the budget impasse and federal shutdown reached by the President and Congress. Continue reading

  • November 20, 1995  

    Representative John Kasich (R-Ohio), chairman of the House Budget committee, is interviewed by Jim Lehrer. Continue reading

  • November 20, 1995  

    A temporary budget compromise has been reached between the President and Congress, and federal workers have returned to their jobs. Jim Lehrer interviews Laura D’Andrea Tyson, head of President Clinton’s National Economic Council. Continue reading

  • November 20, 1995  

    With the Bosnia Peace talks officially underway in Dayton, and no agreement in sight, Elizabeth Farnsworth speaks with James Graff, who is covering the talks for “Time Magazine.” Continue reading

  • November 17, 1995  

    The federal government remained partially shut for a fourth day. The larger question – balancing the budget in seven years – was a chief topic of debate on Capitol Hill. Kwame Holman reports. Continue reading

  • November 17, 1995  

    Excerpts from the Congressional debate, and an interview in Dayton with James Graff of Time Magazine, are featured in an update from Charlayne Hunter-Gault. Continue reading

  • November 17, 1995  

    A government decision to approve Olestra, a zero-calorie fat substitute, is thought to be near. Medical correspondent Fred De Sam Lazaro, KTCA-Minneapolis-St. Paul, talks with Dr. Arthur Frank of The George Washington University. Continue reading

  • November 16, 1995  

    As the United Nations war crimes tribunal hands down indictments against the two top leaders of the Bosnian Serbs, Nik Gowing and Peter Morgan of Independent Television News present reports on atrocities that followed the Bosnian Serb capture of Srebrenica last July. Continue reading