Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama traded barbs over campaign tactics and NAFTA -- an issue central to many Ohio voters -- in Tuesday night's debate. On Wednesday, Sen. John McCain highlighted the policy differences between himself and his Democratic…
Presidential hopefuls Sens. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., and Barack Obama, D-Ill. condemned each other's use of negative campaigning on the trail this weekend. Ohio voters received fliers attacking Clinton's trade and health plans, while a photo showing Obama in traditional Somali…
In a series of interviews with presidential candidates, Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio, talks about his track record of voting against the Iraq war as well as his take on domestic issues such as health care and abortion.
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…
As the U.S. trade deficit hits a record $800 billion a year and manufacturing jobs continue to flow overseas, AFL-CIO policy director Thea Lee discusses free trade's impact on U.S. jobs.
As Democratic Rep. Nancy Pelosi becomes the first female speaker of the House, the NewsHour traces her journey from homemaker to big-time fundraiser to one of the most powerful women in Washington.
Gwen Ifill interviews Mexico's Foreign Minister Jorge Castaneda.
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