When it comes to the lack of political talk about crime, no news is good news, says anchor Jeff Greenfield.
In a report from South Carolina on the eve of the GOP primary there, anchor Jeff Greenfield describes how the sharp rise in the number of black state lawmakers creates the mistaken impression of greater black power.
Mitt Romney’s win in Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary offered few surprises, but his rivals are still moving ahead at full speed to slow his momentum for the Republican nomination.
In this new web series, Need to Know dissects the rhetoric of the campaign trail. This week: The annals of “treason” are filled with some of history’s most reviled traitors. Now, Texas Gov. Rick Perry has suggested a new candidate: Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.
Need to Know travels to Iowa to examine a unique futures market that may be better at predicting winning political candidates than traditional polling methods.
The Texas governor’s moderate track record on immigration is being billed by opponents as a major weakness in his quest for the Republican nomination.
Alison Stewart talks to Ken Herman of the Austin American-Statesman about Governor Rick Perry’s accomplishments in Texas and his national ambitions.