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By PBS NewsHour
Former President Bill Clinton discussed debt, deficit, economic growth and inequality Wednesday with Gwen Ifill as part of the 2014 Fiscal Summit sponsored by the Peterson Foundation in Washington, D.C. Mr. Clinton also answered questions on other topics like immigration,…
By News Desk
Attorney General Michael Mukasey appointed a special prosecutor Monday to pursue possible criminal charges against individuals involved in the controversial firings of nine U.S. attorneys.
Scott McClellan reflects on his new memoir about his time as White House press chief, which has stoked controversy for its pointed criticism of the Bush administration. Then, analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks weigh in on McClellan's book.
Former White House press spokesman Scott McClellan released a book giving his take on the policies and practices of the White House, leading to stormy reactions from some current and retired staff.
The media's breakneck coverage of the 2008 primaries has drawn reactions from critics and campaigns on a number of issues: from unreliable poll numbers to the debate over whether the press has been too kind to Barack Obama or too…
President Bush's chief of staff Joshua Bolten talks about the impact of high-level vacancies in the administration as well as the president's view on recent developments in the Iraq war.
Pressure had been building for months in Washington surrounding the resignation of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, and his departure was finally announced on Monday. Political analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the politically-charged announcement.
White House deputy chief of staff Karl Rove announced his resignation, while the Federal Reserve took its most decisive action yet to help an uncertain economy. Political analysts David Brooks and Harold Meyerson discuss the week's top stories.
Karl Rove, deputy chief of staff to President Bush and one of his closest advisers, announced Monday that he will resign at the end of August. A former presidential adviser and a political journalist discuss Rove's legacy.
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