In the final report in a series focusing on the presidential candidates' governing styles, advisers and colleagues of Sen. Barack Obama detail how he has managed to overcome adversity during his life and career.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The rematch for the governor's office in Washington between Democratic Gov. Chris Gregoire and Republican challenger Dino Rossi is turning out to be very, very close -- again. Just weeks before Election Day, polls show the candidates virtually tied.
During his years of military service and in Congress, Sen. John McCain has faced many personally challenging moments. The GOP presidential nominee's closest advisers detail how McCain has dealt with difficult situations during his life.
Sen. John McCain called for Friday's debate to be delayed amid the financial crisis, a move quickly rebuffed by Sen. Barack Obama. Analysts Ruth Marcus and Byron York assess the developments.
The race for New Mexico's first open Senate seat in 26 years has brought the national renewable energy debate into local focus as Republican Rep. Steve Pearce battles Democratic Rep. Tom Udall for the job.
In the second of a series of reports examining the presidential candidates' leadership styles, Margaret Warner talks to colleagues and advisers of Sen. Barack Obama about how his decision making style would translate to the White House.
In the first of a series of reports on the leadership qualities of the presidential candidates, Judy Woodruff talks to colleagues of Sen. John McCain about how the GOP hopeful makes decisions and how his governing style would translate in…
As the government seeks to shore up the stability of U.S. financial markets, Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama expressed concern over the consequences of the massive bailouts for average taxpayers. Political reporters recap the latest news from the campaign…
Troubles on Wall Street and concerns over the U.S. economy took center stage on the campaign trail again Wednesday. Judy Woodruff reports on the latest remarks from Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama on financial sector shifts.
Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama promised tighter government regulation of Wall Street Tuesday as they struggled to address the country's economic woes from the campaign trail. Campaign advisers debate the candidates' proposals to regulate the investment industry.
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