Jim Lehrer speaks with Sens. Jack Reed, D-R.I., and Republican Kit Bond of Missouri about national security concerns about WikiLeaks publishing sensitive information about the Afghan war and potentially helping enemies.
By Dave Gustafson
As longtime West Virginia Sen. Robert C. Byrd is laid to rest today today, Art Beat looks back at the statesman's musical side, which shone through in his fiddling prowess.
As memorial services continue for Sen. Edward Kennedy, some of his memories will live on through an oral history project at the University of Virginia's Miller Center for Public Affairs.
As Congress works to draft health care reform legislation, the Hotline's Amy Walter and NPR's Julie Rovner assess President Obama's latest remarks on a public insurance option, concerns over the cost of an overhaul and how the public is viewing…
Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor met with more lawmakers Wednesday as controversy continued to simmer over some of her past remarks. Sens. Lindsay Graham, R-S.C., and Ben Cardin, D-Md., weigh in on Sotomayor's nomination.
Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor met with key lawmakers Tuesday to explain her record and make her case for confirmation. The Hotline's Amy Walter offers insight.
Kwame Holman reports on the day's Capitol Hill debates, which included resistance to the president's plan to close Guantanamo Bay and passage of a credit card reform bill to protect consumers that included a measure legalizing guns in national parks.
A jury found Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens guilty Monday of lying about free home renovations and other gifts he received from an oil contractor. A Capitol Hill reporter details the court's ruling and how it may impact Stevens' political future.
The presidential candidates met for their second debate, covering topics ranging from economics to foreign policy and environmental issues. Political analysts and historians discuss the senators' performances and possible reaction will be from voters.
Sen. Joe Biden and Gov. Sarah Palin defended their running mates and sparred over tax policy, the war in Iraq and other issues during Thursday night's vice presidential debate. Political analysts and historians discuss the candidates' performances.
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