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PBS NewsHour: Cameron 'Weakened' by Scandal, But Appears to Be Out of Immediate Danger

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July 20, 2011

Prime Minister David Cameron came under tough questioning Wednesday before Parliament about his link to the News of the World's phone-hacking scandal. Gwen Ifill discusses how a media scandal has turned into a political one with The Guardian's Richard Adams and the Center for Strategic and International Studies' Heather Conley.

PBS NewsHour: Murdochs, Brooks Prepare for 'Made-for-TV Drama' Testimony in Parliament

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July 18, 2011

Fallout from the News of the World scandal allegedly involving phone-hacking and police bribery grew Monday as Scotland Yard saw two high-level resignations within 24 hours and officials reported the death of an early whistle-blowers. Gwen Ifill discusses the latest developments with The Observer's Ned Temko in London.

July 22, 2011

Weekly Show

House Speaker Boehner has walked away from debt ceiling talks at the White House. President Obama has called for new talks with congressional leaders on Saturday.  Can a deal be made before the Aug 2 deadline?  Joining Gwen Ifill: Jackie Calmes, The New York Times; Naftali Bendavid, The Wall Street Journal; Dan Balz, The Washington Post; and John Harwood, CNBC and The New York Times
 

Eating One’s Peas and Other Dilemmas

Gwen's Take

It’s a conundrum. We in the news business are constantly justifying to ourselves why we cover the stories we cover, and why you should care.

It is the second part of that formula that confounds news decision makers on a daily basis. Because if you don’t care, you don’t watch. And we kind of like it when you watch.

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