As the one year anniversary of President Barack Obama's Inauguration arrives, Jeffrey Brown speaks with a panel of experts about how the president has performed so far in the Oval Office and the challenges that remain ahead.
In an exclusive interview with Jim Lehrer, President Obama says despite Republican opposition and backlash from some members of his own party, he is '95 percent' satisfied with the Senate's health care reform bill set for another vote on Thursday.
By Ray Suarez
Fresh off of his reporting trip to Copenhagen for international climate talks, Ray Suarez stopped by the Rundown Monday to talk to Hari Sreenivasan about the summit’s conclusions and lingering questions over the climate agreements reached. Watch their conversation…
By Larisa Epatko
As nations move forward with managing carbon dioxide emissions, how will they track their progress? The answer comes in part from a global network of CO2 sampling sites that was born decades ago at Mauna Loa in Hawaii.
In the aftermath of the Copenhagen climate summit, about the only thing certain is the need for more talks. Ray Suarez speaks with Jeffrey Brown about how the nonbinding agreement struck in Copenhagen will impact future negotiations.
By Jason Breslow
Update 5:50 pm ET: President Obama said Friday a “meaningful and unprecedented breakthrough” had been reached between the U.S., China, India, South Africa and Brazil on a global effort to curb climate change, but said much work was still needed…
By Hari Sreenivasan
Over the past two weeks, the PBS Newshour has had comprehensive coverage of the climate conference in Copenhagen, not only with our updates during the day in our Rundown blog from Ray Suarez and…
By Talea Miller
A truly environmentally friendly international climate summit would probably have to take place via the Internet, with all parties and observers comfortably parked in their favorite chairs at home. But that would mean no wheeling and dealing in the corridors,…
By Maureen Hoch
President Barack Obama told world leaders Friday that it was time to come together on a climate change agreement, calling out stubborn positions that have stood in the way of progress, namely between rich and poorer countries.
Judy Woodruff asks two experts to weigh the outcome of the non-binding agreement reached Friday at the international climate summit in Copenhagen.
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