Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo is holding fast to power, despite international appeals to end an election stalemate. As the nation teeters on a political precipice, Gwen Ifill gets insight on the situation from Christopher Fomunyoh, senior associate for Central…
Despite calls from the U.N. and West African leaders to accept election results and step down, Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo has refused to surrender power and retains control of the nation's military forces. Nearly 200 people have been killed…
Margaret Warner has an update on tensions on the Korean peninsula after several incidents between North and South Korea in recent days.
The brief suspension of MSNBC's Keith Olbermann reignited an ethical debate over whether journalists, commentators and news organizations should be allowed to make contributions to political candidates. Jeffrey Brown gets two perspectives on the matter.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks speak with Judy Woodruff about moderate Democrats' widespread losses on Tuesday, and how President Obama will have to change his administration's political strategies with the House headed for GOP…
What happens after the polling numbers are in and the seats in Congress are determined? Leslie Sanchez and Karen Finney -- strategists from both parties -- join Judy Woodruff to discuss what's at stake for Democrats and Republicans.
Six days before the midterm elections, candidates are making their arguments to voters in final debates and airing a slew of new campaign ads.
Former Vice President Walter Mondale talks to Judy Woodruff about his life in the political arena and his new autobiography "The Good Fight: A Life in Liberal Politics."…
Third-party groups on both sides of the political aisle are spending big on advertising this fall - but not at the same rate. Judy Woodruff talks with Evan Tracey, founder of the Campaign Media Analysis Group, for details.
Margaret Warner discusses Cuba's political and economic future with two analysts.
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