NPR's decision to fire news analyst Juan Williams this week over controversial comments he made on Fox News have raised big questions on media, ethics and opinion. Jeffrey Brown talks to a panel of experts for insight.
Kwame Holman reports from the Values Voter Summit on how social conservatives are trying to shape the Republican message for the fall campaign.
Judy Woodruff reports on the philosophical war inside the Republican Party, where some energized voters are calling for limited government, big spending cuts and fewer "Washington insiders."…
Four states held primaries and runoffs on Tuesday, with outcomes that could foreshadow an anti-incumbent backlash by voters in November's general election. Judy Woodruff has an update on those contests.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced his resignation as Conservative and Liberal Democrats neared an agreement on forming a new coalition government. Jeffrey Brown talks to reporter Ned Temko about the new administration.
President Obama nominated Solicitor General and former Harvard Law School Dean Elena Kagan to fill Justice John Paul Stevens' seat on the Supreme Court. Gwen Ifill gets four points of view from constitutional and Supreme Court experts on the announcement…
Britain's conservative party won more seats than the ruling Labor party in this week's elections, but it lacks a clear majority to establish the government. Simon Marks reports on the country's first hung parliament in 36 years, as three political…
British voters are preparing to weigh in at the polls in the country's general election on Thursday. Simon Marks previews the heated election as three political parties vie for a majority in Parliament.
Farmers in Sioux Center managed to avert much of the financial crisis by keeping a close eye on their balance sheets.
Jeffrey Brown looks back at the life of William Safire, a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and former speechwriter for President Nixon, who died Sunday at the age of 79.
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