Before the third night of the Republican convention, columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss what's likely ahead from speakers trying to rally the party.
As the GOP gears up for general election, the party faces challenges on economic policy and uniting its base around John McCain's White House bid. Analysts Andy Kohut and Amy Walter examine the challenges ahead for the Republicans.
In an interview with Judy Woodruff, Cindy McCain reflects on her husband's run for the presidency and on questions over the vetting process for Sen. John McCain's newly named running mate, Alaska. Gov. Sarah Palin.
At the close of the Republican convention's second day, political analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks and historians Michael Beschloss and Richard Norton Smith examine the strengths of the night's speeches and the rally for the GOP party in St.
Sen. John McCain's colleague from Arizona, Sen. Jon Kyl, and former campaign manager Terry Nelson provide insight on the candidate and the campaign.
As the Republican National Convention resumes with its first full night of prime-time speakers, analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks assess the Sen. John McCain's vice presidential pick, the speeches ahead and the issues at play within the Republican party.
At the Republican convention in St. Paul, GOP delegates have been discussing the economic downturn and their support for Sen. John McCain's policies. The NewsHour speaks with delegates from Michigan about their viewpoints and with political experts about the delegates'…
Amid a scaled-back opening day at the Republican convention, First Lady Laura Bush spoke to Texas delegates in St. Paul and Cindy McCain focused the party's attention on Hurricane Gustav relief efforts.
Republicans will shift from the war on terror to domestic issues such as the economy and education during the second day of the convention.
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