Judy Woodruff talks to Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett and Charlotte, N.C., Mayor Anthony Foxx about their meeting Thursday with President Obama and Vice President Biden, where they addressed how to cope with the economic crunch facing cities across the…
In other news Tuesday, severe storms hit Oklahoma and Kansas overnight, killing at least five people and injuring nearly 60 and Afghan President Hamid Karzai met with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as part of his four-day trip to Washington.
As legislators return to work after the holidays, a troubling picture is emerging in almost every state in the nation. Budget woes and big deficits will mean tough decisions for lawmakers. Jeffrey Brown reports.
An excerpt from a PBS special on one family's struggle to obtain affordable health care.
In the final installment of her Generation Next series, which has aired on both the NewsHour and NPR, Judy Woodruff reports on how wind energy is generating new career prospects for young Americans in the Sooner State.
Last month, President Barack Obama lifted 8-year-old restrictions on federal funding for most embryonic stem cell research.
By PBS NewsHour
As the most expensive Senate race in Oklahoma history reaches the home stretch, Republican Tom Coburn has spent down to $60,000 in his campaign bank account, while opponent Democrat Brad Carson has more than ten times that amount.
Two men with very different voting records as congressmen representing the same district are battling for one of the few open seats in the U.S. Senate.
1999: Picking Up the Pieces in Oklahoma…
By PBS NewsHour
A series of vicious tornadoes in the Midwest have left at least 44 people dead and hundreds more injured in Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas and Arkansas. Officials estimate that damage from the twisters could aproach a billion dollars.
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