In what he called "the ultimate exit interview," President George W. Bush gave his final press conference Monday, admitting to some mistakes while defending the bulk of his decisions on domestic, economic, and foreign policy.
Harold Pinter, the Nobel Prize-winning playwright who has been lauded as the most influential dramatist of his generation, died Wednesday after battling cancer. Jeffrey Brown discusses Pinter's life and work with theater critic Ben Brantley.
Before President George W. Bush speaks at the Republican Convention, Christine Todd Whitman and Michael Gerson, former members of his administration, provide insight on the legacy President Bush will leave behind.
As President Bush instituted major changes among his Iraq policy advisors, Sen. Harry Reid and Rep. Nancy Pelosi requested early troop redeployment from Iraq. Political analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the shifts and the newly sworn-in 110th Congress.
With some Democratic senators pushing for talks with Syria and Iran, and President Bush postponing his decision on Iraq policy until the new year, politics columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks offer analysis of the U.S. role in the Middle…
Author Gunter Grass, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1999, shocked the Germany when he revealed his membership in the infamous Nazi Waffen SS during World War II. German writer Peter Schneider discusses the confession's impact on Germany.
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