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: Special Coverage of the Iowa Caucuses

Wed, 01/04/2012

After a long night of counting votes in Iowa, Gwen Ifill analyzes the first-in-the-nation caucus with Stuart Rothenberg of the Rothenberg Political Report and PBS NewsHour Political Editor Christina Bellatoni. What issues drove voters, and how will this impact the next primaries?

PBS NewsHour: As Iowa Winnows the Republican Field, Who Will Survive for N.H. Primary Fight?

Tue, 01/03/2012

In the final 24 hours of campaigning before Iowa's Caucuses, the pressure is on GOP presidential candidates to convince many undecided voters to caucus for them on Tuesday night. Gwen Ifill discusses what to expect coming out of the Caucuses with The Rothenberg Political Report's Stuart Rothenberg and USA Today's Susan Page.

PBS NewsHour: Could U.S. 'Start Fresh' With North Korea's New Leader?

Thu, 12/29/2011

Mourners in North Korea said goodbye to Kim Jong-il Wednesday. The funeral procession, led by Kim's designated successor, signified the end of an era for an isolated nation. Gwen Ifill discusses how the leadership change could affect U.S. policy with Donald Gregg of The Korea Society and Georgetown University's Balbina Hwang.

PBS NewsHour: Could Arab League's Monitoring Efforts Help End Bloodshed in Syria?

Wed, 12/28/2011

Arab League peace monitors arrived Tuesday in Syria's embattled city of Homs, where up to 70,000 protesters turned out. Gwen Ifill discusses international efforts to end the country's bloodshed with Matt Bradley of The Wall Street Journal.

PBS NewsHour: Romney Focuses More on Iowa, Hoping to Become 'Unstoppable Force' in Primaries

Tue, 12/27/2011

In a flurry of bus touring, pheasant hunting and endorsement courting, GOP presidential candidates are honing and sharing their last-minute campaign messages before next week's Iowa Caucuses. Gwen Ifill discusses the race and year in politics with The Rothenberg Political Report's Stuart Rothenberg and USA Today's Susan Page.