President Obama traveled to Massachusetts on Sunday to stump for Democratic candidate Martha Coakley in the increasingly tight race to fill the Senate seat of the late Edward M. Kennedy.
Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks sort through the week's news, including the tight Senate race in Massachusetts and the American response to the devastating earthquake in Haiti.
Massachusetts' special election to fill the late Sen. Edward Kennedy's seat is heating up as a Republican candidate is polling well in a bastion for Democratic politics. Margaret Warner reports.
As speculation swirls about which politicians will vie for the first open Massachusetts Senate seat in 25 years, the process of determining a successor for the late Sen. Edward Kennedy will hinge on the actions of the state Legislature.
By Quinn Bowman
Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the week's top news, including Sen. Edward Kennedy's legacy, the health reform debate and detainee interrogation.
Ray Suarez examines the impacts of the 1965 Immigration Reform Act, one of Sen. Edward Kennedy's earliest and most-enduring pieces of legislation.
Kwame Holman reports on the scene in Boston, where mourners braved long lines to bid a final farewell to Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass.
As memorial services continue for Sen. Edward Kennedy, some of his memories will live on through an oral history project at the University of Virginia's Miller Center for Public Affairs.
The late Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., is well-known for his efforts in the domestic policy front, but in the diplomatic arena he also used his high-profile status to help galvanize support for anti-apartheid efforts in South Africa.
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