Gwen's PBS NewsHour Reports
Click below to read and watch a selection of Gwen's reports and analysis on the PBS NewsHour.
A comprehensive nuclear agreement with Iran could include "limited" enrichment if the nation agrees to intrusive monitoring says Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman. Gwen Ifill talks to Sherman about what the U.S. gained in the interim deal and what could be lost if Congress imposes additional sanctions.PBS Newshour: Examining U.S. interests in calming tensions between China and Japan
Tensions are rising between global powers China and Japan over newly declared air defense zone over disputed islands. For insight into the seriousness of the dispute and potential ramifications, Gwen Ifill talks to two former State Department officials, Kurt Campbell and Susan Shirk.
PBS Newshour: White House reports progress, but will HealthCare.gov keep up with demand?
As the December deadline for health care enrollment nears, the White House reports the online insurance exchanges are now working nearly 90 percent of the time. But problems remain for insurers trying to access enrollment data. Gwen Ifill gets an update from Mary Agnes Carey of Kaiser Health News and John Engates of RackSpace.
PBS Newshour: How much discretion does Obama have in setting deportation priorities?
While immigration reform currently seems politically out of reach, hundreds of thousands of undocumented residents are still being deported. Gwen Ifill gets viewpoints on the debate over deportation from Marielena Hincapié of the National Immigration Law Center and David Martin of the University of Virginia School of Law.PBS Newshour: 'Many Rivers to Cross' brings African-American history up to current day
In "Many Rivers to Cross," Henry Louis Gates Jr. recounts 500 years of African-American history in a six-part series for PBS. Gwen Ifill sits down with Gates, a Harvard University professor, to discuss the journey of black Americans who created hope and persistence in the face of brutal discrimination.