With 14 state governments suing over health care reform, Judy Woodruff gets opposing views about the constitutionality of the new federal law.
In other news Friday, former President Bill Clinton returned home after an overnight hospitalization following a heart procedure and much of the Deep South was paralyzed as a rare winter storm deposited several inches of snow.
In his first State of the Union, President Obama said he plans to focus his second year in office on jobs, and renewed his call for more civility in Washington. Judy Woodruff leads a panel of experts about what the…
In other news, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid apologized for making controversial remarks regarding President Obama's race in 2008, and three U.S. troops were killed in Afghanistan following a firefight with militants in the south.
A Florida inmate has become the longest-serving prisoner to be exonerated using DNA evidence. Jeffrey Brown reports.
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The National Law Journal's Marcia Coyle spoke with the NewsHour Wednesday about Supreme Court oral arguments in a case about government takeover of beach property in Florida.
In other news, police killed the man suspected of shooting four police officers over the weekend, and the chief executive of General Motors was forced out Tuesday by the board of directors.
The Supreme Court heard arguments in two cases Monday over whether sentencing minors to life in prison without a chance for parole constitutes cruel and unusual punishment. Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal discusses the cases with Jim Lehrer.
At the end of an especially eventful August recess, Jeffrey Brown speaks with reporters and analysts from around the nation about how the economy and health care debates are shaping up.
After waiting a year for a response from the White House, 11-year-old Damon Weaver landed an interview with President Obama.
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