The House Energy and Commerce Committee holds a hearing on the television networks' election night mistakes. Terence Smith reports.
Ray Suarez talks with Rick Dube of Webnoize and American University law professor Peter Jaszi about Tuesday's legal decision against Napster, the online music swapping service.
Terence Smith talks with network news anchors Tom Brokaw, Peter Jennings and Dan Rather about upcoming Congressional hearings on their 2000 election night coverage.
How much does it take to run the U.S. military? Gwen Ifill discusses military spending with four experts.
An American submarine surfaced under a Japanese fishing boat yesterday, sinking the smaller craft. Nine Japanese are feared dead. Gwen Ifill talks with Navy Captain Jim Bush and military author Sherry Sontag about what went wrong.
In a continuing war between the Russian government and the nation's only independent national television station, prosecutors yesterday raided a bank owned by Russian media mogul Vladimir Gusinsky. The U.S. State Department cried foul.
Former WBBM anchor Carol Marin and analysts Marty Haag and Carl Gottlieb look at the rise and fall of WBBM-Chicago's effort to change local news.
Television coverage of election night returns interfered with the electoral process and in CNN's case was "a debacle," according to an independent report released today.
The CBS Evening News anchor gives his take on the continuing evolution of network news broadcasting. The following are extended excerpts of his interview with media correspondent Terence Smith.
The NBC Nightly News anchor discusses the changing face of television, American society and the network newscast. The following are extended excerpts of his interview with media correspondent Terence Smith.
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