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Washington Week Remembers Ben Bradlee

October 29, 2014
"He was an intimidating figure...but a lovable one." Gwen Ifill remembers the legendary Washington Post editor, Ben Bradlee with CNBC and The New York Times' John Harwood and The Washington Post's Dan Balz.
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From the Vault: 2006 Mid-term Elections

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November 10, 2006
We look back to another midterm election in November 2006 when Republicans lost control of Congress with an unpopular second-term president, George W. Bush, still in office.
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Tuesday, November 4: PBS NewsHour Election Night Special Report

October 29, 2014
On election day, rely on PBS NewsHour for analysis, live results, and the latest news.
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N.C. voters consider clashing messages in high-stakes Senate race

October 29, 2014
In politically divided North Carolina, Democrat Sen. Kay Hagan is defending her seat against challenger Thom Tillis, the Republican speaker of the N.C. House. Gwen Ifill reports on the finger-pointing, the hostile TV ads, the new voter ID laws and other factors that could play a role in determining this very tight race.
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Why did no one flag UNC’s bogus classes?

October 24, 2014
For more than 18 years, thousands of students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill took credit courses that never met as a class with a professor; a disproportionate number of the students in those classes were athletes. Gwen Ifill talks to former federal prosecutor Kenneth Wainstein about the investigation that unearthed the fraud and why it lasted so long.
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Election 2014: Campaign Surrogates Hit the Trail

October 24, 2014
Hillary Clinton, Rand Paul and Michelle Obama campaign for candidates across the country.
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Rare shooting in Ottawa prompts questions about shooter

October 23, 2014
The shooting in Ottawa has prompted questions about the suspected shooter, his motives and possible connections to past attacks or multiple shooters. Gwen Ifill speaks with Campbell Clark of The Globe and Mail, for a report from Canada’s capital.
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CDC sets new protocols for healthcare workers and airport screenings

October 22, 2014
The Department of Homeland Security has directed travelers entering the U.S. from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea to five airports for further screening before entering the country. The new travel protocol comes after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new safety plans for healthcare workers. Gwen Ifill speaks with Dr. Thomas Frieden of the CDC.