Washington Week

Boston, Ricin, Sandford’s Woes and Bush’s Library

Clip: Season 2013 | 9m 15s

In the webcast extra we look at what the media got wrong in its coverage of Boston and  the Ricin laced letters that amplified tensions in an already turbulent time. Also, what does Mark Sanford’s future hold void of GOP support? Finally, on a lighter note, a former president welcomes a new granddaughter and opens his library.

Aired: 04/19/13

Rating: NR

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10 big stories Washington Week covered

Celebrating 50 Years

10 big stories Washington Week covered

Washington Week came on the air February 23, 1967. In the 50 years that followed, we covered a lot of history-making events. Read up on 10 of the biggest stories Washington Week covered in its first 50 years.

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