President Bush's comments about "appeasement" of dictators touched off a firestorm on the presidential campaign trail. Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the remarks, as well as Hillary Clinton's West Virginia win and recent GOP losses in state contests.
The wide field of Republican presidential candidates sparred on the issues in a debate Wednesday, the last such meeting in Iowa before the state's Jan. 3 caucus. Kwame Holman reports on the highlights of the debate.
In the latest in a series of in-depth interviews with the 2008 presidential hopefuls, Republican Arizona Sen. John McCain explains his views on the Iraq war, national security and why his credentials and experience make him a contender for the…
Top foreign policy analysts debated the war in Iraq on Thursday night. Margaret Warner moderated the Iraq debate at the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia.
Adm. Mike Mullen, President Bush's nominee to head the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told the Senate Tuesday that the troop surge in Iraq is making some headway. He also said security in Iraq is better, though still "not great."…
President Bush pressed major U.S. automakers Monday to increase production of vehicles capable of running on ethanol and other biofuel blends as part of his proposal to reduce gas use. Robert Dinneen of the Renewable Fuels Association and Energy Tribune's…
By PBS NewsHour
The Justice Department said Wednesday a secret but independent panel of federal judges will oversee the government's controversial domestic spying program.
President Bush chastises the media for disclosing a secret program that seeks block terrorists by tracing financial records. Analysts debate the conflict between government and the press over the counterterrorism initiatives.
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