From Cairo, Margaret Warner reports on the day's protests in Tahrir Square and reactions to President Hosni Mubarak's announcement that he's handing over some powers to Vice President Omar Suleiman, but not resigning immediately as many had expected.
Jeffrey Brown speaks with Georgetown University's Samer Shehata and Mary-Jane Deeb of the Library of Congress about the speeches by Egyptian President Mubarak and Vice President Suleiman, and what's ahead in Egypt's unrest and transfer of political power.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks speak with Jim Lehrer about the week's top developments, including the Obama administration "recalibrating" the U.S. stance on the growing political unrest in Egypt and the president's messages in…
A day after his State of the Union address focused on job creation and innovation, President Obama toured an energy technology firm to promote his economic message. Correspondent Kwame Holman recaps the day, then Gwen Ifill talks to public media…
Gwen Ifill talks to White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs about the message the president hopes to convey to Congress and the American people in his State of the Union address.
At the midpoint of his term, President Obama is expected to emphasize bipartisanship to address critical issues, including the economy and federal spending, as he reaches out to a Republican-dominated House of Representatives in his State of the Union address…
On the 50th anniversary of his inauguration, watch an excerpt of John F. Kennedy's famous speech on the steps of the Capitol that began his presidency on Jan. 20, 1961.
In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr., fourth graders gathered on the Lincoln Memorial's steps to commemorate his famous speech in 1963 and the nation's civil rights movement.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks analyze the week's news, including the president's address at the Tucson memorial service.
Reporters give a broader reaction to the president's speech on the Tucson tragedy from public broadcasting stations in New York, Ohio, California, and Oklahoma.
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