Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks recap the week's economic and political news, and recall significant campaign twists and turns in their last analysis before Nov. 4.
Key GOP strongholds Georgia, North Carolina and Florida show possible big gains for Democrats. Reporters probe the reasons behind the shifts in presidential and down-ballot races.
Barack Obama easily won the North Carolina primary Tuesday, while Hillary Clinton narrowly won in Indiana -- leading to fresh speculation as to whether the nominating battle may be nearing an end. Mark Shields and David Brooks weigh the road…
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Both Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton sought to make the most out of their respective primary wins Tuesday, elbowing one another in their effort to claim momentum in the ongoing fight for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton made their final pitches to voters in Indiana and North Carolina, looking for support ahead of Tuesday's primary contests. Two correspondents fresh off the campaign trail discuss whether these two states can change the…
Sen. Barack Obama responded on Tuesday to Rev. Jeremiah Wright's recent media blitz in the run up to primary elections in North Carolina and Indiana. Veteran political reporters discuss the upcoming votes and the impact of the Wright controversy.
Following Tuesday's Pennsylvania primary, Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton turned their focus to upcoming primaries in Indiana and North Carolina. Clinton seeks to keep her momentum going while Obama looks to clinch the Democratic nomination.
Ammie McRae Jenkins, founder of the Sandhills Family Heritage Association, helps preserve black family-owned land and culture. The NewsHour reports on her efforts.
By PBS NewsHour
North Carolina Senate hopefuls Democrat Erskine Bowles and Republican Richard Burr outlined clear policy differences and varied strategies for representing the state in the first televised debate between the two on Monday night.
By PBS NewsHour
The sleepy, yet civil, contest to replace outgoing Sen. John Edwards, D-N.C., took on new energy and fierceness in the last week as the candidates debated tobacco and planned an all-out advertising assault on North Carolina voters.
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