In his new book, "The Place to Be", veteran television news journalist and former NewsHour correspondent Roger Mudd describes more than 20 years working in the Washington bureau of CBS News and assesses the future of the television news business.
Large jobs loses, stock market tremors and a slumping housing market continued to build fears this week of a recession. NewsHour analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the latest economic developments and reflect on the Martin Luther King, Jr.
On the evening of April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated on the balcony of a Memphis hotel, leaving the civil rights movement he led to forge its own path. A panel of analysts discuss King's complex legacy…
Forty years ago, civil rights pioneer Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on his hotel balcony in Memphis. Judy Woodruff looks back on that fateful day in American history.
Sen. Barack Obama delivered a speech on racial divisions in the U.S Tuesday in a bid to address both controversy over remarks made by his former pastor and the role of race on campaign trail. A panel of analysts reflects…
On the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, a look back at excerpts from the civil rights leader's famed 1963 speech at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C.
Fifty years ago, nine black students entered Little Rock Central High School, marking a critical moment in the efforts to desegregate the nation's schools. Seven of the "Little Rock Nine" recall their experiences.
The Library of Congress issued its 2006 list of audio recordings to be preserved. James Billington, the librarian of Congress, talks about the latest additions to the national registry of recordings.
House Republicans decided to delay a renewal of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. The act, which will expire at the end of 2007, was approved during the civil rights movement to ensure that Americans were not discriminated at the polls.
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