Politics

  • May 17, 1999  

    Despite signs of a robust economy, a record-level of people are filing for bankruptcies. Congress currently is looking at legislation that will make it more difficult to file for bankruptcy. Continue reading

  • May 17, 1999  

    Despite signs of a robust economy, a record-level of people are filing for bankruptcies. Congress currently is looking at legislation that will make it more difficult to file for bankruptcy. Elizabeth Farnsworth and guests discuss the bill. Continue reading

  • May 14, 1999  

    Congressional correspondent Kwame Holman reports on the latest gun control debate in the U.S. Senate. Continue reading

  • May 11, 1999  

    Key Democrat donor Johnny Chung testified before a House campaign financing committee regarding allegations that the Chinese government tried to buy influence in the 1996 elections. Continue reading

  • May 7, 1999  

    Chief Correspondent Elizabeth Farnsworth moderates a discussion among Denver area parents and teachers in the aftermath of the Littleton shootings. Continue reading

  • May 5, 1999  

    The tragedy in Littleton, CO has brought new awareness to issues of teen culture and the tense school atmosphere that can lead to violence. In the first of two discussions about responsibility, Elizabeth Farnsworth talks with Denver high school students. Continue reading

  • May 3, 1999  

    The school shootings in Littleton, CO have led to copycat crimes and a new awareness that all US schools need to rethink how they deal with violence and conflict between dfferent groups. Continue reading

  • April 30, 1999  

    According to law enforcement officials, live television coverage of police emergencies may run the risk of compromising the safety of those at the scene. Media correspondent Terence Smith takes a look at what some police departments and media outlets are doing to minimize the danger. Continue reading

  • April 29, 1999  

    The House Appropriations Committee approved $11 billion in emergency spending to fund U.S. participation in the NATO air strikes in Yugoslavia, but last night the House deadlocked over a resolution in support of the strikes. Continue reading

  • April 29, 1999  

    The House Appropriations Committee approved $11 billion in emergency spending to fund U.S. participation in the NATO air strikes in Yugoslavia, but last night the House deadlocked over a resolution in support of the strikes. Two members of Congress discuss the latest House actions. Continue reading