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What Toyota’s $1.2 billion settlement means for the auto industry

March 20, 2014
The Justice Department announced a record $1.2 billion dollar penalty leveled at automaker Toyota. A four-year criminal investigation determined the car company had concealed unintended acceleration issues, a serious safety concern. That case could serve as a warning to General Motors, now facing its own federal investigation. Gwen Ifill talks to David Shepardson of the Detroit News and Joan Claybrook, president emeritus of Public Citizen.
March 14 2014
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Webcast Extra: Scott Brown's Comeback, Kerry-Lavrov Relationship, Ukraine Aid Stalls

March 14, 2014
Sen. Scott Brown moves to New Hampshire and Ukraine Aid stalled in Congress

Russia-Ukraine Standoff, Feinstein vs CIA and Florida's Special Election Review

March 14, 2014
Russia-Ukraine Standoff, Feinstein vs CIA and Florida's Special Election Review. Amy Walter of Cook Political Report moderates
Gwen's NewsHour Reports

What’s Russia’s ambition in Eastern Europe?

March 12, 2014
What are the boundaries of Vladimir Putin’s ambitions? Gwen Ifill talks to Janusz Bugajski of the Center for Strategic and International Studies and Nadia Diuk of the National Endowment for Democracy about the historical precedent for Russia trying to destabilize or partition countries that have ethnic Russian populations.
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Safety advocates question delay in recall by General Motors

March 11, 2014
Ten years ago, drivers of some older General Motors models began complaining of ignition problems, including stalling, that have been linked to 13 deaths and 31 crashes. But it wasn’t until January 2014 that GM decided to recall 1.6 million cars. Gwen Ifill talks to David Shepardson of The Detroit News about new scrutiny for the company and government regulators on why it took so long.
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UN Ambassador Power: 'Russia is looking at the path of political and economic isolation'

March 7, 2014
UN ambassador Samantha Power points to the hope of greater economic ties as a critical leverage point for the United States in persuading Russia "pull back from the brink." She joins Gwen fill to discuss the new sanctions announced by President Obama against Russia and how giving that country an "off-ramp" to deescalate the Ukraine conflict could be more appealing than the cost of economic and political isolation.

Tensions Escalate in Ukraine and Republicans Gather at CPAC

March 7, 2014
U.S. considers sanctioning Russia over Ukraine crisis & conservatives rally in Maryland
March 7 2014
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Webcast Extra: Domestic and International Politics Surrounding Ukraine

March 7, 2014
The international reaction to Russia's intervention in Ukraine

U.S. considers sanctioning Russia over Ukraine crisis & conservatives rally in Maryland

March 7, 2014
U.S. considers sanctioning Russia over Ukraine crisis & conservatives rally in Maryland