Gwen's PBS NewsHour Reports
Click below to read and watch a selection of Gwen's reports and analysis on the PBS NewsHour.
November 29, 2010
The publication of secret State Department cables by the WikiLeaks website sparked strong reaction from U.S. and foreign governments as candid insights and intelligence were made public. Gwen Ifill reports.
November 15, 2010
Today is the first day of the lame-duck session of the 111th Congress. What will (and what won't) they accomplish in the next few months before a new, more Republican Congress is sworn in?
Gwen Ifill briefs Hari Sreenivasan on the Congress' four top concerns: Bush-era tax cuts, the START Treaty, Don't Ask Don't Tell, and the Budget Continuing Resolution.PBS NewsHour: Reporters Explore Possible Causes for Deepwater Horizon Explosion, Oil Leak
June 21, 2010
New reports suggest that BP cut corners on safety in the design of the blown-out oil well in the Gulf. Gwen Ifill talks to two reporters about what investigations are revealing about the oil giant's actions before the rig exploded and the oil leak began.PBS NewsHour: Gulf States Face Long Road to Environmental, Economic Recovery
June 15, 2010
As criticism of BP and the Obama administration's handling of the Gulf spill continues, Gwen Ifill talks to two local officials about the president's visit and what it will take for the region to bounce back from the environmental and economic devastation.PBS NewsHour: Gulf Faces Long Road to Restoration From Oil Spill
June 7, 2010
Federal officials said the amount of oil escaping into the Gulf of Mexico is beginning to slow, but the cleanup and restoration will likely span years. Gwen Ifill talks to two environmental experts about efforts to mitigate the damage.