Some of the nation's largest news organizations hired a research firm today to conduct a comprehensive survey of disputed presidential ballots in Florida.
President-elect Bush nominated Linda Chavez, a strong opponent of affirmative action, to lead the Department of Labor on January 2, 2001.
Arizona Senator John McCain talks about his plans in the Senate for campaign finance reform legislation.
Jim Lehrer talks with outgoing Secretary of State Madeleine Albright in a look back at her eight years in the Clinton administration.
Kwame Holman reviews Saturday's Congressional certification of the Electoral College vote.
Linda Chavez, President-elect Bush's choice for Labor Secretary, is under criticism for housing illegal immigrants. Ray Suarez discusses the Chavez nomination with labor experts.
Jim Lehrer talks with Democratic Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont and Republican Sen. John Kyl of Arizona about Chavez and other controversial Bush nominees…
CBS and NBC News announced yesterday they plan to change their election-night coverage in light of the bad calls made in the November presidential election.
A Newsmaker interview with California Republican Bill Thomas, chair of the House Ways and Means committee.
While gunfire exchanges continue in Kashmir, Indian and Pakistani leaders prepared for a regional summit in Nepal, but say they will not directly address the current crisis.
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