Republican leaders unveiled their 2010 campaign platform Thursday, promising that if they win control of the House of Representatives to repeal the 6-month-old health reform law and undo other policies enacted by Democrats. Kwame Holman reports.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks analyze the week's top news including what role "values voters" are playing in this year's midterm elections and what effect Elizabeth Warren's new consumer protection agency will have on…
Kwame Holman reports from the Values Voter Summit on how social conservatives are trying to shape the Republican message for the fall campaign.
Political strategists take a closer look at what new primary results could mean for the Republican and Democratic parties as Election Day approaches.
President Obama spent Labor Day in the Midwest and introduced a new $50 billion infrastructure proposal that he says will create new jobs. Jeffrey Brown has more.
After two failed attempts, an extension of unemployment benefits is up for yet another vote Tuesday in the Senate. Jeffery Brown speaks with Norm Ornstein of the American Enterprise Institute and NewsHour Political Editor David Chalian for more.
For more on the political fractures in the Republican Party, Jim Lehrer speaks with Political Editor David Chalian, the newest addition to PBS NewsHour's team.
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."…
Nikki Haley was one of two conservative minority Republicans to post primary wins in South Carolina, thanks to strong backing from tea party voters. Judy Woodruff talks to two political watchers about what those wins mean for the general election.
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.
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