Peter Baker, chief White House correspondent for The New York Times, says Dick Cheney was arguably the most influential vice president, but that his relationship with President George W. Bush was quite complicated and unique. Baker joins Judy Woodruff to…
Reflecting on U.S. Presence, Policy and Performance in Africa…
President Barack Obama began an eight-day tour of Africa with a stop in Senegal. In a meeting with President Macky Sall, both leaders embraced transparent government, economic development and food security efforts, but they disagreed on the topic of gay…
By Hari Sreenivasan
The musings of syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks return in this, another episode of the Doubleheader, where we tackle the sport of politics and the politics of sport. Our captains of civility…
The dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Library was attended by its namesake and the four other living presidents. Jeffrey Brown discusses presidential legacy with Ellen Fitzpatrick of the University of New Hampshire, University of Texas at Austin's H.W.
By Tom LeGro
The George W. Bush Presidential Center, set to open May 1, 2013, is home to the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, the George W. Bush Institute and offices of the George W. Bush Foundation.
Ten Years After The Fall of Baghdad, A Look Back at a Decade of Conflict in Iraq…
Senator-Elect Tim Kaine 'Heartened' by Openness to Bipartisan Budget Solutions…
By Jason Kane
Part One: Many perceive a disconnect between big promises and a properly funded, well-defined plan.
By Christina Bellantoni
Summing up Thursday in politics: A guy who desperately wanted to be president upstaged another guy who wants the job, two former commanders in chief and the one currently living in the White House.
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