Gwen's PBS NewsHour Reports

Click below to read and watch a selection of Gwen's reports and analysis on the PBS NewsHour.

PBS NewsHour: Planning for the 2012 Olympics, Britain's 'Largest Peacetime Operation'

Thu, 07/19/2012

With a little more than a week until the Olympic opening ceremonies, issues such as transportation, weather and security have arisen. Gwen Ifill talks with Stephen Wilson of the Associated Press and Kevin Wamsley of Western University about whether organizers are fully prepared for the start of the games.

PBS NewsHour: What's Driving the Country's Most Coveted Voters?

Wed, 07/18/2012

The presidential campaign is targeting swing states, including Colorado, Iowa, Ohio, New Hampshire, Virginia and Florida. Gwen Ifill interviews Anna Sale of WNYC's "It's a Free Country," who is traveling through the battleground states. They discuss who these voters are and the issues that drive them.

PBS NewsHour: For Obama, Romney, New Attack Ads Pull In Al Green, 'America the Beautiful'

Tue, 07/17/2012

In interviews and attack ads, the presidential candidates have taken increasingly hostile swipes at each other as their nominating conventions approach and Mitt Romney prepares to select a running mate. Gwen Ifill discusses what's at stake for both campaigns with Politico's Jonathan Martin and the Atlantic's Molly Ball.

PBS NewsHour: In Symbolic Vote, House Republicans Move to Repeal Health Care Law

Thu, 07/12/2012

Republicans in the House on Wednesday voted to overturn the health care reform law recently upheld by the Supreme Court. For an overview of where the controversy stands in the states -- where governors have ramped up support and opposition to the law -- Gwen Ifill speaks with reporters from Nevada, Texas and Washington, D.C.

PBS NewsHour: AIDS in Black America: 'We Can Win this Battle'

Wed, 07/11/2012

Frontline examines the high rates of AIDS among African Americans and the rise of the virus among heterosexual women in the new documentary, "ENDGAME: AIDS in Black America." Gwen Ifill interviews Phill Willson, director of the Los Angeles-based Black AIDS Institute.