In South Africa, thousands were killed and tens of thousands were detained under the watch of former apartheid-era government official Adriaan Vlok. Once seen by some as the regime’s “face of evil,” Vlok is now seeking redemption by reaching out…
When the Apartheid regime fell in 1994, South Africa established the Constitutional Court. One of the original justices began collecting artwork for the court, with prominent South African artists donating the majority of pieces.
By Victoria Fleischer
President Obama enacted a sweeping remake of the student lending market by signing the final piece of the health care overhaul into law. Jeffrey Brown talks to a higher education reporter about how the new law will impact college students…
Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks sort through the top political stories of the week, including the passage of health care reform and how it may shape the political landscape looking toward the midterm elections.
Jeffrey Brown talks to Indiana Republican Rep. Mike Pence about the GOP view of health care reform as the reconciliation changes move back to the House for a final vote.
Democrats and Republicans denounced threats and vandalism aimed at lawmakers who voted for the new health care law, as the changes from the reconciliation process were sent the bill back to the House for a final vote. Ray Suarez reports.
Republicans proposed a long list of amendments during Senate debate on a package of changes to the new health care bill, as Democrats attempt to finish the legislation. Ray Suarez reports.
House Democrats are taking final headcounts on health care reform in the run-up to a possible Sunday vote, as President Barack Obama rallied public support at a Virginia university on Friday. Kwame Holman reports.
Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks sort through the top political stories of the past week, including the nervousness behind Democrats' cautious optimism before the potential weekend health care reform vote in the House.
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