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By PBS NewsHour
In a recent spate of voter identification controversies sweeping the country, a federal judge in Kansas ordered election officials to help Kansas and Arizona enforce laws requiring new voters to show proof of citizenship. Hari Sreenivasan get two views from…
When Greg Whiteley first heard about a meeting with the Romney family to discuss whether he should run for president in 2008, he thought it sounded like the beginning of a great documentary. Little did he know that he would…
By Victoria Fleischer
In 'Collision 2012,' an Outside-In Look at Wider Forces That Shaped the Election…
As Va. Governor Wraps Up Term, Allegations of Undisclosed Gifts Emerge…
IRS Under Fire for Scrutinizing Tax Status of Conservative Groups…
NewsHour's political editor Christina Bellantoni talks with the Daily Download's Howard Kurtz and Lauren Ashburn about how the digital world affects and infects the culture we live in. They talk about what one should and shouldn't publish on social media…
Sen.-elect Deb Fischer on Spending, Gun Control and Bipartisanship…
In New E-Book, a Chronicle of the '34 Days That Decided' the 2012 Election…
By Paul Solman
// In an exit interview that aired on PBS NewsHour Dec. 26, economic correspondent Paul Solman spoke with Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., who plans to retire from Congress at the end of his term in January 2013. Watch this…
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