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Healthcare & Jobs, Economic Jitters and 2014 Election Strategies

February 7, 2014
Healthcare & Jobs, Economic Jitters and 2014 Election Strategies
Gwen's NewsHour Reports

Will various military scandals erode public confidence in the armed forces?

February 6, 2014
Three of the military’s five branches are ramping up investigations into some of the most serious scandals for the armed forces in a generation. The latest involves charges that Navy trainers cheated on certification exams to teach at a nuclear reactor school. Gwen Ifill...
Gwen's NewsHour Reports

Has the Catholic Church done enough to address sexual abuse by clergy?

February 6, 2014
A United Nations panel has sharply critiqued how the Vatican responded to widespread sexual abuse by Catholic priests, which the Vatican calls distorted and unfair. Rev. Thomas Rosica of the Catholic Salt and Light Television Network and Katherine Gallagher of the Center...
Gwen's NewsHour Reports

Afghanistan’s Karzai reportedly engaged in secret peace talks with Taliban

February 5, 2014
While Afghan President Hamid Karzai has resisted signing a long-term security agreement with the United States, the leader has met secretly with the Taliban to engage in peace talks, according to the New York Times. How would a Taliban peace deal work? Gwen Ifill talks to...
Gwen's NewsHour Reports

New report forecasts health care reform law will decrease U.S. labor supply

February 5, 2014
In the Congressional Budget Office’s economic outlook report for 2014, analysts predicted that as many as 2.3 million will stop working or work less as a result of the Affordable Care Act. Gwen Ifill talks to NPR’s Julie Rovner about the findings and the political reactions...
Gwen's NewsHour Reports

‘Talking cars’ could prevent accidents before they happen

February 4, 2014
On some new car models, sensors can monitor outside surroundings and warn drivers of peril or kick in automatic braking. The Department Of Transportation is considering a mandate for all automakers to adopt this vehicle-to-vehicle technology. Gwen Ifill talks to Wall Street...
Gwen's NewsHour Reports

House GOP recasts agenda as White House alternative, not opposition

January 31, 2014
While President Obama pushed his economic agenda on the road, House Republicans met to discuss their way forward on major issues, including immigration. Gwen Ifill gets views on the year’s political outlook from Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson, Neera Tanden of the...
Jan 31 2014
Webcast Extra

Webcast Extra: The Latest Developments for Chris Christie in Bridge Shutdown Investigations

January 31, 2014
Chris Christie involvement with the Bridge Shutdown and impact of Farm Bill

2014 State of the Union, Obama's Action Agenda and GOP Response

January 31, 2014
2014 State of the Union, Obama's Action Agenda and GOP Response...