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Democrats debated Iraq scenarios and health care policy at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H., on Wednesday at an MSNBC forum moderated by Tim Russert.
By PBS NewsHour
The United Auto Workers union ended its two-day strike on General Motors early Wednesday with a tentative deal that includes a health care plan funded by GM but managed by the union.
As Democrats debated health care policy Thursday night, the Senate hit a snag on the defense authorization bill. Analysts Mark Shields and Rich Lowry discuss the week's political news.
Presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., unveiled her health care plan Monday. The plan would aim to insure all Americans. NewsHour health correspondent Susan Dentzer and a political reporter discuss Clinton's proposal.
Seven of the Democratic presidential candidates debated again Tuesday night in Chicago at the AFL-CIO-sponsored forum that turned into the most spirited meeting yet. The NewsHour reports on the debate's highlights and what they mean for the race to the…
After voting on ethics reform and children's health insurance, House Republicans walked off the floor Thursday to protest the Democrats' handling of an agricultural spending bill. Political analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the week's events.
Democratic presidential hopefuls fielded questions directly from the voters Monday in a debate sponsored by CNN and the video sharing Web site YouTube. A reporter and political analyst discuss the candidates' answers and new debate format.
Three major U.S. automakers, including General Motors, are negotiating with United Auto Workers on wages, pension plans and health care. Analysts talk about what the industry hopes to achieve.
Former Sen. John Edwards, D-N.C., ended his three-day "Road to One America" tour on Wednesday after visiting 12 cities in eight states to highlight issues facing Americans living in poverty. A professor and political columnist discuss his campaign.
Filmmaker Michael Moore's newest movie, "Sicko," opened in theaters nationwide Friday. NewsHour health correspondent Susan Dentzer reports on the film's criticism of the health care and insurance industries, and the debate it has sparked.
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