As presidential hopefuls Sens. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., and Barack Obama, D-Ill., take aim at one another following a Democratic debate, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales may face perjury charges. NewsHour analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the week's political events.
Venezuela President Hugo Chavez's new policies, including the nationalization of oil, have received mixed reviews within the country. Margaret Warner gives a report from Caracas.
President Hugo Chavez has promised to nationalize Venezuela's telecommunications and energy industries as part of a "socialist revolution." Analysts discuss the country's leftist politics and Chavez's role in promoting anti-U.S. ideology in Latin America.
By PBS NewsHour
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez swept to victory in Sunday's elections and pledged to increase socialist reforms in the South American country.
Venezuelan Pres. Hugo Chavez celebrated his victory Sunday in a national recall effort, while his opponents charged widespread fraud in the electoral results.
Less than two days after he was forced to resign by his nation's military, President Hugo Chavez returned to power in Venezuela Sunday following a weekend of violence and confusion.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez resigned from office under military pressure Friday, after at least 14 people were killed and 250 were wounded during a massive protest against recent government moves.
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