A federal judge has ruled that Jared Loughner, accused in the Tucson shooting rampage that killed six people and wounded Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and 12 others, is mentally unfit to stand trial. Judy Woodruff discusses what the ruling means for…
President Obama met Friday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after delivering a U.S. policy speech calling for a return to pre-1967 borders. Judy Woodruff discusses what comes next in the peace process with former National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley…
A week after Rep. Paul Ryan released the Republican 2012 budget blueprint, President Obama offered his plan for reducing the deficit by $4 trillion over 12 years. Jeffrey Brown discusses the competing visions with Princeton University's Paul Krugman and the…
Speaker John Boehner and Majority Leader Harry Reid comment on the budget negotiations.
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords showed signs of a promising recovery Tuesday. Gwen Ifill has the latest on the lawmaker's condition and the investigation into the Arizona shooting.
In the second installment in a series of "exit interviews," Judy Woodruff speaks with South Dakota Rep. Stephanie Herseth Sandlin about being a moderate Democrat and the Republican midterm wave that ended her time in office.
The House of Representatives took the rare step Thursday of censuring one of its own members, ending a two-year ordeal for long-serving Rep. Charles Rangel. Judy Woodruff has more on the ethics violation rebuke for the 20-term New York Democrat.
Judy Woodruff talks to Sen.-elect Mike Lee of Utah about how Republican congressional leaders will implement ideas from candidates who ran on a Tea Party platform of smaller government and reduced spending.
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Corruption and ethics are key words in the fight for Ohio's 18th District, where the specter of a Washington scandal threatens to unseat six-term incumbent.
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