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Ray Suarez speaks with Christian Science Monitor reporter Annia Ciezadlo in Beirut about ongoing tensions between Lebanon and Syria, including the killing of an anti-Syrian journalist.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Jim Lehrer to discuss the revelation of Watergate source Deep Throat, the Guantanamo abuse allegations and SEC chairman nominee Christopher Cox.
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President Bush on Thursday nominated Rep. Christopher Cox, R-Calif., to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission after current Chairman William Donaldson announced his departure effective June 30.
Antonio Villaraigosa was elected last month as Los Angeles' first Hispanic mayor in over 100 years. The mayor-elect joins Ray Suarez to discuss the challenges he faces in his new role.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday overturned the conviction of now defunct accounting firm Arthur Andersen for destroying Enron Corp.-related documents because of flawed jury instructions.
Battered by its withdrawal from Lebanon under international pressure and a continued weak economy at home, Syria may usher in a new period of transition when the Baath Party, which has ruled the country for more than 30 years, meets…
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Jim Lehrer to discuss the Senate vote to delay John Bolton's nomination to the United Nations, the Senate compromise on judicial nominations and the House bill that would…
The vote to end debate on the nomination of John Bolton as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations fell four votes short on the Senate floor Thursday night, delaying a final vote on Bolton's confirmation until after the Memorial Day…
Palestinian Foreign Minister Nasser al-Kidwa speaks about Thursday's meeting between President Bush and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. In their first ever meeting, President Bush praised Abbas' leadership and pledged $50 million to the Palestinian Authority for construction and housing in…
Until the White House releases classified information about U.N. ambassador designate John Bolton, Democrats have promised to try to delay a vote on the embattled nominee until next month.
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