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Quinn Bowman is PBS NewsHour's Capitol Hill producer.
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Health Oct 14Dealmaking on Health Reform Goes Behind Closed Doors
One day after Sen. Max Baucus' finance committee passed its version of health insurance reform legislation, Senate Democrats and the White House met behind closed doors to fix differences among other reform bills.
Politics Oct 05New Court Term to Tackle Free Speech, Business Regulation, Gun Rights
The Supreme Court, newly reconfigured with the addition of Justice Sonia Sotomayor, will hear several cases involving high-profile issues this term, including First Amendment rights, gun control, criminal law and business regulation.
Science Oct 01Judy Woodruff Reports: Cities Worldwide Taking Action on Climate Change
NewsHour senior correspondent Judy Woodruff moderated a panel of local and regional leaders from around the world Wednesday in Los Angeles as part of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's Global Climate Summit 2.
Politics Sep 09Role of Corporate Money in Politics at Stake in Special Supreme Court Argument
A Supreme Court case that originally focused on a movie that was critical of Hillary Clinton during the 2008 presidential election is being reconsidered and could potentially change how corporate donations to political campaigns are regulated.
Economy Sep 04Unemployment Rises to 9.7%, Though Hints of Recovery Remain
U.S. employers shed 216,000 jobs in August, increasing the unemployment rate to 9.7 percent, the highest level since 1983.
Politics Sep 03Obama to Deliver Major Health Care Address
President Barack Obama plans to address a joint session of Congress Wednesday to outline his goals for health insurance reform and reshape a debate that has mostly been in the hands of legislators.
Science Sep 02Scientists: More Wildfires in West a Consequence of Climate Change
Large wildfires in the western United States, such as the week-old Station Fire that has charred more than 215 square miles north of Los Angeles, have been increasing in both frequency and size in recent years.
Politics Aug 31Future of Kennedy’s Senate Seat in the Hands of Mass. Legislature
As speculation swirls about which politicians will vie for the first open Massachusetts Senate seat in 25 years, the process of determining a successor for the late Sen. Edward Kennedy will hinge on the actions of the state Legislature.