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OF SYMBOLS AND MEANING: Or, how to read too much into anything

Gwen's Take

Just a few weeks before Christmas in 1996, I was seated in the front row in an auditorium at the Old Executive Office Building across from the White House. My job, then for NBC News, was to cover the announcement of a clutch of new administration officials for Bill Clinton’s second term.

December 10, 2010

Weekly Show

House Democrats turned against President Obama because of his tax compromise with the GOP. Gwen Ifill discusses the deadlock in the current lame duck congress with Jackie Calmes (NY Times) Charles Babington (Associated Press) and Lori Montgomery (Washington Post).  Also, Tom Gjelten (NPR) reports on the latest news surrounding the WikiLeaks disclosures, including the arrest of Julian Assange.
 

On the Radar: December 6, 2010

Legacy: On The Radar

November 26, 1993

Vault Show

The end of the Congressional session in 1993 with a number of Clinton initiatives passing Congress & a crisis averted for Thanksgiving week travelers as the White House brings American Airlines and its flight attendants to the bargaining table.

On the Radar: October 22, 2010

Legacy: On The Radar

September 24, 2010

Weekly Show

The recession officially ended 15-months ago, but Americans don’t believe it’s over. Jackie Calmes (New York Times) and Naftali Bendavid (Wall Street Journal) discuss the Dem & GOP election year strategies on the economy. Nancy Youssef (McClatchy Newspapers) has details of the "Don't Ask-Don't Tell" vote in the Senate. Tom Gjelten (NPR) on the UN speeches from both the US and Iranian presidents.

Why We Love It When the President Goes Away

Gwen's Take

The President of the United States is on vacation. I am not. It rained for his first three days in Martha’s Vineyard. The sun was shining here. (Tee hee.)

Forgive my enjoyment. But it’s nice to take a break from news of floods, imminent hurricanes, mosque debates and the impending spectacle of Glenn Beck and Al Sharpton facing off on the National Mall this weekend, to meditate on something lighter for a change – time off.

December 30, 1994

Vault Show

As talk of the impact of the Tea Party is shaping the primary and general election mid-terms this year, we take a look back to 1994. With Republicans capturing the House for the first time in nearly a half century and Bill Clinton's presidency on the rocks, there was a buzz in Washington about whether a third party or independent candidacy headed by Colin Powell could emerge to challenge Clinton for re-election in 1996.

Moderator:
Ken Bode

On the Radar: February 12, 2010

Legacy: On The Radar