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    • September 11, 2001
      Season 2001 - Episode 09.11.01
      9/5/11
      0.0
      On the night of September 11, 2001, as part of PBS's continuing coverage, Gwen Ifill hosted a Washington Week special Edition featuring reporting and analysis from the late David Broder (Washington Post), Doyle McManus (LA Times), Tom Gjelten (NPR), who was at the Pentagon at the time of the attacks, and Martha Raddatz (ABC News), who was at the State Department when it was evacuated.moreless
    • June 4, 2010
      June 4, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 06.3.10
      6/3/10
      0.0
      A roundtable discussion on how President Obama is juggling both domestic and international challenges, including the oil spill in the Gulf and new tensions in the Middle East.
    • June 11, 2010
      June 11, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 06.10.10
      6/10/10
      0.0
      The panel takes on the politics of the Gulf oil spill, Tuesday's election results and what they could mean for November. And are Democrats beginning to distance themselves from the President?
    • June 18, 2010
      June 18, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 06.18.10
      6/18/10
      0.0
      In his first Oval Office address to the nation on Tuesday, President Obama reiterated his pledge to hold BP fully accountable for the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history. Then on Wednesday, he met with BP executives at the White House...
    • June 25, 2010
      June 25, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 06.25.10
      6/25/10
      0.0
      This week, Gwen and the panel discuss General Stanley McChrystal's dismissal as commander of military forces in Afghanistan after the now infamous Rolling Stone Magazine article; the ground-breaking financial reform legislation about to become law; and the trends that primary election results are signaling for the mid-term elections this November.
    • May 28, 2010
      May 28, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.27.10
      5/27/10
      0.0
      Oil continues to spill into the Gulf as the President turns up the heat on his response to the crisis. Congress votes to repeal Don't Ask Don't Tell and tension continues to mount between North and South Korea.
    • May 21, 2010
      May 21, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.20.10
      5/20/10
      0.0
      It's all politics around the table this week with the panel discussing the results from primary elections in Pennsylvania, Arkansas and Kentucky.
    • April 23, 2010
      April 23, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 04.22.10
      4/22/10
      0.0
      This week, Gwen will discuss Obama's message to Wall Street, the Senate scrambles on finance reform, the state of the auto industry, and the push for energy reform.
    • April 30,2010
      April 30,2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 04.29.10
      4/29/10
      0.0
      The panel discusses the oil spill in the gulf of Mexico and the implications for the President's energy policy, immigration, Florida politics and financial reform.
    • May 7, 2010
      May 7, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.6.10
      5/6/10
      0.0
      The panel discusses the homegrown terror threat to New York City, the man-made disaster in the Gulf, and a high-stakes election overseas.
    • May 14, 2010
      May 14, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.13.10
      5/13/10
      0.0
      A week of rapidly developing stories, including the President's nomination of Solicitor General Elena Kagan to The Supreme Court, President Hamid Karzai's visit to Washington, the continuing oil spill in the Gulf and its effects on energy policy, the upcoming primary elections in Pennsylvania and Arkansas this weekend and incumbent Republican's loss in the Utah primaries.moreless
    • July 2, 2010
      July 2, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 07.2.10
      7/2/10
      0.0
      This week, Gwen and the panel analyze the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan; the Supreme Court's controversial 5-4 decision on handgun ownership; the latest economic and employment news; and the President's push to refocus on some of his high priority issues like climate change and immigration reform. Plus, remembering Senator Robert Byrd.moreless
    • July 9, 2010
      July 9, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 07.9.10
      7/9/10
      0.0
      This week, Gwen and the panel review the Cold War era spy swap between the US and Russia; the relationship between the US and Israel in the wake of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's visit to Washington; and the jockeying for advantage between Republicans and Democrats leading up to this November's mid-term elections.moreless
    • August 27, 2010
      August 27, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 08.27.10
      8/27/10
      0.0
      Outsiders make news in AK & FL primaries, while John McCain bucked the trend in AZ. The war of words on the economy heats up as House GOP Leader John Boehner fires the latest salvo. And federal funding of embryonic stem cell research is halted. Karen Tumulty of The Washington Post; Charles Babington of the Associated Press; Eamon Javers of CNBC; and Pete Williams of NBC News join Gwen.moreless
    • September 3, 2010
      September 3, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 09.3.10
      9/3/10
      0.0
      This week, the President characterized the end of US combat in Iraq as turning the page. But what does the next chapter include? Fixing the economy looms large, mid-term elections are around the corner & Mid-East peace is also on the agenda. Joining Gwen: Dan Balz (Washington Post); Deborah Solomon (Wall Street Journal); Doyle McManus (LA Times) & John Dickerson (SLATE Magazine & CBS News).moreless
    • September 10, 2010
      September 10, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 09.10.10
      9/10/10
      0.0
      Anxiety, fear, insecurity illustrated by continued slow economic growth, looming mid-terms elections and a Florida pastor's threats to burn the Quran on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks made for an unsettled week in Washington. Joining Gwen around the table: Jackie Calmes (New York Times), David Wessel (Wall Street Journal), Karen Tumulty (Washington Post) and Michael Duffy (TIME Magazine).moreless
    • September 24, 2010
      September 24, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 09.24.10
      9/24/10
      0.0
      The recession officially ended 15 months ago, but Americans don't believe it's over. Jackie Calmes (New York Times) and Naftali Bendavid (Wall Street Journal) discuss the Dem & GOP election-year strategies on the economy. Nancy Youssef (McClatchy Newspapers) has details of the 'Don't Ask-Don't Tell' vote in the Senate. Tom Gjelten (NPR) on the UN speeches from both the US and Iranian presidents.moreless
    • August 20, 2010
      August 20, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 08.20.10
      8/20/10
      0.0
      The US tries to jump-start the Middle-East peace process; American combat troops wind up their mission in Iraq; campaign fundraising kicks into high gear for the mid-term elections; and is America Islamophobic? Joining Gwen tonight: Helene Cooper of the NY Times, Martha Raddatz of ABC News, Jeanne Cummings of POLITICO and Michael Duffy of TIME Magazine.moreless
    • August 13, 2010
      August 13, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 08.13.10
      8/13/10
      0.0
      Reading the tea leaves on this week's primary election results, the uproar about Defense Secretary Robert Gates cutting his budget and a look at whether Washington works. Joining Gwen: Dan Balz of the Washington Post, Charles Babington of the Associated Press, Nancy Youssef of McClatchy Newspapers, and Todd Purdum of Vanity Fair.moreless
    • July 16, 2010
      July 16, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 07.16.10
      7/16/10
      0.0
      This week, a discussion of the financial reform legislation passed this week; the recent polls and political in-fighting between the White House and House Democrats; The ripple effect of the recession; the latest developments in Afghanistan under new commander David Petraeus. Panelists include: Eamon Javers-CNBC, Dan Balz-The Washington Post, Doyle McManus-The LA Times and Martha Raddatz-ABC News.moreless
    • July 23, 2010
      July 23, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 07.23.10
      7/23/10
      0.0
      While the President focused on the economy, two major accomplishments were overshadowed somewhat by the hasty firing of an unknown government official. Plus, has the expanded US intelligence community become too big? Panelists include: John Harwood of CNBC and The New York Times, Naftali Bendavid of the Wall Street Journal, Michael Duffy of TIME Magazine and Dana Priest of The Washington Post.moreless
    • July 30, 2010
      July 30, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 07.30.10
      7/30/10
      0.0
      This week, Democratic hand-wringing over Rep. Charles Rangel's (D-NY) ethics charges; push-back by GOP and Dems to Obama priorities; both sides try to figure out the next steps in the Arizona immigration battle & what the leak of classified documents on the Afghanistan war really means. Panelists include: Karen Tumulty, Washington Post; Pete Williams, NBC News; and Martha Raddatz, ABC News.moreless
    • August 6, 2010
      August 6, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 08.6.10
      8/6/10
      0.0
      The unemployment rate continues to be stagnant while the Obama Administration and Congress grapple with how to create new jobs. The Supreme Court has a new justice as Elena Kagan was confirmed by the Senate, but a ruling on California's ban against same-sex marriage could take the case to the high court. Panelists include: Eamon Javers of CNBC, Joan Biskupic of USA Today & Gloria Borger of CNN.moreless
    • April 16, 2010
      April 16, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 04.15.10
      4/15/10
      0.0
      This week, Gwen and the panel discuss taxes, mixed signals on the economy, the battle over financial reform, plus Palin's Tea Party, Supreme Court politics, and President Obama's foreign policy agenda
    • April 9, 2010
      April 9, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 04.8.10
      4/8/10
      0.0
      This week Gwen and the panel will discuss Justice John Paul Stevens' announcement that he will retire this summer, the recently-signed START treaty, recent developments in Afghanistan, and the debate within the Republican Party over the Tea Party and RNC Chairman Michael Steele.
    • February 23, 1967
      February 23, 1967
      Season 1 - Episode 1
      2/23/67
      0.0
      Discussing the current political issues.
    • Washington Week 12.04.09
      Washington Week 12.04.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 12.4.09
      12/4/09
      0.0
      This week Gwen and the panel discuss the President's decision to send 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan.
    • Washington Week 12.11.09
      Washington Week 12.11.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 12.11.09
      12/11/09
      0.0
      The awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to a wartime president, the senate health care debate, disagreement of TARP reallocation, and the president's full plate.
    • Washington Week 12.18.09
      Washington Week 12.18.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 12.18.09
      12/18/09
      0.0
      This week: Health care & the democrats' dilemma,U.S. banks & government go toe to toe, the President's climate change push.
    • Washington Week 12.25.09
      Washington Week 12.25.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 12.25.09
      12/25/09
      0.0
      The health care reform compromises, the politics behind the reform debate, the President's efforts to right the economy and his trip to Copenhagen.
    • Washington Week 11.27.09
      Washington Week 11.27.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 11.27.09
      11/27/09
      0.0
      Unease over the economy, the President's pending announcement on Afghanistan troop levels and the upcoming health care reform debate in the senate.
    • Washington Week 11.13.09
      Washington Week 11.13.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 11.13.09
      11/13/09
      0.0
      Accused terror suspects to be tried in NYC, disagreements over Iraq troop levels, the shooting at Fort Hood, divisions among democrats on health care.
    • Washington Week 09.16.19
      Washington Week 09.16.19
      Season 2009 - Episode 09.16.09
      9/16/09
      0.0
      Sen. Snow's vote, are interest groups jumping ship on reform, deliberations continue on Afghanistan troop-levels, and the White House & state politics.
    • Washington Week 10.23.09
      Washington Week 10.23.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 10.23.09
      10/23/09
      0.0
      Pay cuts for bailed out executives, the run-off election in Afghanistan, is healthcare reform public option support growing? The U.S.'s new strategy in Iran.
    • Washington Week 10.30.09
      Washington Week 10.30.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 10.30.09
      10/30/09
      0.0
      Health care reform, violence levels in Afghanistan, recent economic developments and the reasons behind the president's declarations of an H1N1 emergency.
    • Washington Week 11.06.09
      Washington Week 11.06.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 11.6.09
      11/6/09
      0.0
      The October jobless rate, the state election results, new developments in healthcare reform, and violence at home and abroad.
    • Washington Week 01.01.10
      Washington Week 01.01.10
      Season 2010 - Episode 01.1.10
      1/1/10
      0.0
      Look back at 2009 and look ahead to 2010 with our Washington Week regulars.
    • Washington Week 01.08.10
      Washington Week 01.08.10
      Season 2010 - Episode 01.8.10
      1/8/10
      0.0
      The declassified report on security lapses, negotiations to reconcile House and Senate health care bills, open seats and the 2010 political landscape.
    • March 5, 2010
      March 5, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 03.4.10
      3/4/10
      0.0
      Gwen and the panel discuss the scandals facing Democrats, including New York Governor David Paterson and Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-NY). The panel also breaks down the health care debate, the new unemployment numbers and the debate over financial reform legislation.
    • March 12, 2010
      March 12, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 03.11.10
      3/11/10
      0.0
      This week Gwen and the panel discuss the administration's final health care push, the influential role of the Blue Dog Democrats, the messy exit of Rep. Eric Massa (D-NY) and the the role of White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel.
    • March 19, 2010
      March 19, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 03.18.10
      3/18/10
      0.0
      Gwen and the panel examine the particulars, the process, and the hurdles that remain in the countdown to health care reform.
    • March 26, 2010
      March 26, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 03.25.10
      3/25/10
      0.0
      The roundtable reports on historic healthcare legislation, the standoff between the U.S. and Israel over Jewish settlements, and a new nuclear arms reduction agreement with Russia.
    • February 26, 2010
      February 26, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 02.25.10
      2/25/10
      0.0
      This week Gwen and the panel discuss the health care summit, the Toyota hearings and the recently-passed jobs bill.
    • Washington Week 02.19.10
      Season 2010 - Episode 02.19.10
      2/19/10
      0.0
      This week Gwen and the panel discuss the retirement of Sen. Evan Bayh, the ramifications for the 2010 elections, the stimulus one year later and the newly-announced debt reduction commission.
    • Washington Week 01.15.10
      Washington Week 01.15.10
      Season 2010 - Episode 01.15.10
      1/15/10
      0.0
      This week Gwen and the panel discuss the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti, Haiti's history, new bank fees, and the Massachusetts senate race.
    • Washington Week 01.29.10
      Washington Week 01.29.10
      Season 2010 - Episode 01.29.10
      1/29/10
      0.0
      Analysis of President Obama's focus on domestic issues including jobs, healthcare and his calls for greater cooperation on Capitol Hill.
    • Washington Week 02.05.10
      Washington Week 02.05.10
      Season 2010 - Episode 02.5.10
      2/5/10
      0.0
      Mr. Obama fights for agenda despite partisan divide, new details on Christmas terror plot, "Don't Ask Don't Tell" review begins.
    • Washington Week 02.12.19
      Washington Week 02.12.19
      Season 2010 - Episode 02.12.10
      2/12/10
      0.0
      Bipartisan thaw, the president's overtures and GOP skepticism, the focus on the new jobs bill and Iran's taunting of the west.
    • April 2, 2010
      April 2, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 04.1.10
      4/1/10
      0.0
      The panel discusses the president's energy announcement, his first trip to Afghanistan, the recently announced job numbers and the Hutaree militia.
    • October 1, 2010
      October 1, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 10.1.10
      10/1/10
      0.0
      The White House and both parties face a critical month ahead as Congress leaves Washington and the midterm campaigns begin in earnest. Joining Gwen to discuss the uncertainty facing Democrats, the President hits the campaign trail and Obama Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel exits: Gloria Borger (CNN), Jeff Zeleny (New York Times), Susan Davis (National Journal) & Christi Parsons (Chicago Tribune).moreless
    • April 29, 2011
      April 29, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 04.29.11
      4/29/11
      0.0
      Washington D.C. was busy this week with a national security team shuffle, newly published Wiki-leaks documents on Guantanamo Bay, the release of the President's long form birth certificate, and Ben Bernanke's first press conference. Joining Gwen: Mark Mazzetti, New York Times; Tom Gjelten, NPR; John Harwood, CNBC/New York Times; and Karen Tumulty, Washington Post.moreless
    • May 6, 2011
      May 6, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 05.06.11
      5/6/11
      0.0
      On this episode of Washington Week With Gwen Ifill current political and news topics are discussed such as the recent killing of Osama Bin Laden by U.S forces. A panel looks into the intelligence reports that finally led the US to Bin Laden and how this may impact political and national security as well as the strained US-Pakistan relationship. On this episode's panel are guest host Gloria Borger as well as James Kitfield from the National Journal, Tom Gjelten from NPR, Peter Baker from the New York Times and Charles Babington from AP.moreless
    • May 13, 2011
      May 13, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 05.13.10
      5/13/11
      0.0
      The impact of Osama bin Laden's death continues to ripple, straining the U.S.'s relationship with Pakistan. After a bump in the polls, Obama returns to domestic policy while the GOP presidential field adds a few more candidates. Joining Gwen: David Sanger, New York Times; Nancy Youssef, McClatchy Newspapers; John Dickerson, Slate/CBS News; Dan Balz, Washington Post.moreless
    • September 17, 2010
      September 17, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 09.17.10
      9/17/10
      0.0
      Little-known, Tea Party-backed candidate Christine O'Donnell surprisingly won the GOP Senate nomination in Delaware this week. Was it another reminder that establishment, Washington-connected politicians are in trouble, and will it be a "wave election" this year? Dan Balz (Washington Post), John Dickerson (SLATE & CBS), Jeanne Cummings (Politico) & John Harwood (CNBC & New York Times) join Gwen.moreless
    • April 22, 2011
      April 22, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 04.22.11
      4/22/11
      0.0
      With gas prices on the rise, an S&P report lowering America's credit outlook, continuing debate over the deficit and a stalemate in Libya, President Obama's approval numbers have declined just at the moment he launched his reelection campaign. Joining Gwen tonight: David Wessel/Wall Street Journal; Coral Davenport/National Journal; Dan Balz/Washington Post and Martha Raddatz/ABC News.moreless
    • April 15, 2011
      April 15, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 04.15.11
      4/15/11
      0.0
      President Obama and Rep. Paul Ryan have both unveiled their plans to cut four trillion dollars from the national debt. Each plan is very different and are causing political arguments. The GOP and the Democrats continue this deficit fight. Discussing these issues this week are Susan Davis from The National Journal; Jeff Zeleny from The New York Times; Janet Hook from The Wall Street Journal; and John Harwood from CNBC/NY Times.moreless
    • March 18, 2011
      March 18, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 03.18.11
      3/18/11
      0.0
      Moammar Gadhafi is warned by the U.N and President Obama to stop his military action against the rebels or else 'face consequences.' Elsewhere, in response to the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear plant meltdown fears in Japan, the United States is reviewing their own nuclear safety. The U.S is also looking into the future, towards the global economic impact of the disaster. This episode features Gwen, NPR, Tom Gjelten, The National Journal, Coral Davenport, The Wall Street Journal and David Wessel.moreless
    • March 25, 2011
      March 25, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 03.25.11
      3/25/11
      0.0
      On this episode of Washington Week With Gwen Ifill Gwen is joined by Helene Cooper from the New York Times, Doyle McManus from the Los Angeles Times, John Dickerson from Slate Magazine and CBS News and Gloria Borger from CNN. They discuss the recent bombings in Libya by the U.S Military and how NATO has agreed to take control of the no fly zone.moreless
    • April 1, 2011
      April 1, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 04.01.11
      4/1/11
      0.0
      Encouraging new unemployment figures arrive as Congress debates the budget and tries to avoid a government shutdown. Also, the U.S. hands over some military control in Libya to NATO. Plus, the panel looks at the 2012 GOP hopefuls. Joining Gwen Ifill: Yochi Dreazen, National Journal; Greg Ip, The Economist; Naftali Bendavid, The Wall Street Journal; and Karen Tumulty, The Washington Post.moreless
    • April 8, 2011
      April 8, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 04.08.11
      4/8/11
      0.0
      With a $39 billion spending cut agreed upon, the possibility of a government shutdown is finally over. The panel discusses why leaders of neither side wanted a shutdown in the first place, and how their constituents may feel. Joining Gwen Ifill: John Dickerson, Slate Magazine/CBS News; Michael Duffy, TIME Magazine; and Jeanne Cummings, Politico.moreless
    • May 20, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 05.20.11
      5/20/11
      0.0
      After infighting between New Gingrich and fellow republicans, the panel examines the current field of GOP candidates. Also, the table reports on campaign fundraising efforts, the scandal rocking the IMF, and the President's clash with Israel's PM on the path to peace in the Mideast. Joining Gwen: Jeanne Cummings/POLITICO, Michael Duffy/TIME, Doyle McManus/Los Angeles Times, Eamon Javers/CNBC.moreless
    • May 27, 2011
      May 27, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 05.27.11
      5/27/11
      0.0
      With Sarah Palin's new nationwide tour, the panel looks at the changing complexion of the GOP field and reaction to this week's NY special election. Also, President Obama works with European allies on the Mid-East and Libya. And the Supreme Court decides two important cases. With Helene Cooper, New York Times, Major Garrett, National Journal, Dan Balz, Washington Post, Joan Biskupic, USA Today.moreless
    • July 15, 2011
      July 15, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 07.15.11
      7/15/11
      0.0
      President Obama predicts economic "Armageddon" if the debt ceiling isn't raised by the Aug 2 deadline. Democrats want tax hikes. Republicans want spending cuts. Gwen Ifill drills down on the facts & fiction surrounding the budget crisis with Michael Duffy, TIME Magazine; Gloria Borger, CNN; John Dickerson, Slate Magazine/CBS News; David Wessel, The Wall Street Journal.moreless
    • July 22, 2011
      July 22, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 07.22.11
      7/22/11
      0.0
      House Speaker Boehner has walked away from debt ceiling talks at the White House. President Obama has called for new talks with congressional leaders on Saturday. Can a deal be made before the Aug 2 deadline?
    • July 29, 2011
      July 29, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 07.29.11
      7/29/11
      0.0
      Lawmakers prepare to work through the weekend to reach a debt deal and avoid a U.S. default. What will it take to break the stalemate and how would a default impact Americans? Plus, how Obama, Boehner, and Reid have played it so far. Joining Gwen Ifill: Major Garrett, National Journal; Jeanne Cummings, Bloomberg News; David Wessel, The Wall Street Journal; and Karen Tumulty, The Washington Post.moreless
    • August 5, 2011
      August 5, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 08.05.11
      8/5/11
      0.0
      The economy is the worst it's been in years. Why and how did we get to this point? Also, with all the infighting in Washington these past 3-months, how did the debt deal come together and how will it effect the 2012 elections? Also, voter confidence and its impact on the polls. With Michael Duffy, Time; Deborah Solomon, The Wall Street Journal; and Charles Babington, Associated Press.moreless
    • July 8, 2011
      July 8, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 07.08.11
      7/8/11
      0.0
      Discouraging June unemployment numbers help to frame the contentious debt ceiling negotiations. A look at GOP presidential hopefuls and their fundraising, and the White House changes course on acknowledging suicides in the military.
    • July 1, 2011
      July 1, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 07.01.11
      7/1/11
      0.0
      What will the global economic implications be if Congress does not raise the nation's $14.3 trillion debt limit? Also, Bachmann launched her presidential campaign. Plus, SCOTUS' ruling on the sale of violent video games to children. Joining Pete Williams: David Wessel of The Wall Street Journal; Major Garrett of National Journal; Jeff Zeleny of The New York Times; and Joan Biskupic of USA Todaymoreless
    • June 3, 2011
      June 3, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 06.03.11
      6/3/11
      0.0
      Today, with news of unemployment rising to 9.1%, Barack Obama visited Toledo, Ohio to refocus on the economy. The panel examines several disappointing economic numbers, the debate around the debt ceiling, the GOP demand for spending cuts, and the growing 2012 presidential field.
    • June 10, 2011
      June 10, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 06.10.11
      6/10/11
      0.0
      As his top staff resigns, Newt Gingrich's presidential ambitions seem to falter while Democrats distance themselves from Rep. Anthony Weiner after he confessed to sexually explicit online activity. Also, a report on the future of Afghanistan as U.S. troops get set to withdraw. Joining Gwen: James Kitfield, National Journal; John Dickerson, Slate/CBS News; and Karen Tumulty, Washington Post.moreless
    • June 17, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 06.17.11
      6/17/11
      0.0
      Analysis of the 2nd GOP Presidential debate, and a new fact check feature 'Just the Facts.' Plus, details of VP Biden's negotiations on raising the debt ceiling. Also, the Pentagon and Defense Dept post-Robert Gates & controversy over the US involvement in Libya. Joining Gwen: Michael Duffy, Time; Nancy Youssef, McClatchy Newspapers; Dan Balz, Washington Post; and Jim Barnes, National Journal.moreless
    • June 24, 2011
      June 24, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 06.24.11
      6/24/11
      0.0
      President Obama's announcement to begin drawing down U.S. troops from Afghanistan and what it means; the impact on class action suits because of the Supreme Court's Wal-Mart decision; and the latest on the growing GOP presidential field. Joining Gwen: Martha Raddatz, ABC News; Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times; Nia-Malika Henderson, Washington Post; and Pete Williams, NBC News.moreless
    • Friday, March 11, 2011
      Friday, March 11, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 03.11.11
      3/11/11
      0.0
      The panel looks at the developments in Libya, rising gas prices, the battles over the federal budget and the US assistance after the Japanese earthquake and tsunami. Plus, we look at the life of our colleague and longtime Washington Week panelist, David Broder. Gwen is joined by Dan Balz, The Washington Post, Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times and Karen Tumulty of The Washington Post.moreless
    • March 4, 2011
      March 4, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 03.04.11
      3/4/11
      0.0
      As Democrats and Republicans debate spending cuts for the 2011 and 2012 budgets, the Obama administration also focuses on the continuing unrest in Libya. Also, the Supreme Court makes a controversial first amendment ruling, siding with a provacative Kansas church. Joining Gwen Ifill: John Harwood, CNBC & The NY Times; James Kitfield, National Journal; and Joan Biskupic, USA Today.moreless
    • November 19, 2010
      November 19, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 11.19.10
      11/19/10
      0.0
      Conflict looms in Washington over tax cuts, the budget, and a nuclear arms treaty. Janet Hook (Wall Street Journal) & John Harwood (CNBC & NY Times) analyze the biggest issues before Congress, and the public's perceptions of the new Washington. David Sanger (NY Times) discusses the troubled new START treaty & Pete Williams (NBC News) on the civilian trial of Guantanamo detainee Ahmed Ghailani.moreless
    • November 26, 2010
      November 26, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 11.26.10
      11/26/10
      0.0
      There's a full plate for Washington after the Thanksgiving break with challenges at home & abroad. Peter Baker (New York Times) on domestic and foreign policy issues for President Obama; John Dickerson (Slate Magazine and CBS News) on Sarah Palin's 2012 ambitions; & Joan Biskupic (USA Today) on cases of immigration and veterans' rights before a Supreme Court with a new justice on the bench.moreless
    • December 03, 2010
      December 03, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 12.3.10
      12/3/10
      0.0
      President Obama visits Afghanistan while conflict continues at home over tax cuts, jobless benefits and cutting the deficit. Yochi Dreazen (National Journal) discusses Obama's surprise trip to Afghanistan. John Harwood (CNBC & NY Times) details the fights between Obama and the GOP on taxes. Doyle McManus (LA Times) reports on the effects of the new secretive document disclosure from WikiLeaks.moreless
    • December 10, 2010
      December 10, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 12.10.10
      12/10/10
      0.0
      House Democrats turned against President Obama because of his tax compromise with the GOP. Gwen Ifill discusses the deadlock in the current lame duck congress with Jackie Calmes (NY Times) Charles Babington (Associated Press) and Lori Montgomery (Washington Post). Also, Tom Gjelten (NPR) reports on the latest news surrounding the WikiLeaks disclosures, including the arrest of Julian Assange.moreless
    • November 12, 2010
      November 12, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 11.12.10
      11/12/10
      0.0
      Election fallout continues: the President faces challenges abroad and George W. Bush focuses on his legacy. Jackie Calmes (NY Times) on the deficit commission's draft proposals, Naftali Bendavid (Wall Street Journal) examines leadership battles in Congress, Tom Gjelten (NPR) analyzes the global economy as Mr. Obama travels to Asia, and Martha Raddatz (ABC News) on the Bush memoir.moreless
    • November 5, 2010
      November 5, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 11.5.10
      11/5/10
      0.0
      Analysis of the election fallout, newly divided Congress, possible partisan gridlock and power plays on Capitol Hill, plus Washington Week remembers long-time panelist Charles McDowell. Covering the remarkable political week: Michael Duffy (Time Magazine), Peter Baker (The New York Times), Karen Tumulty (Washington Post) and John Harris (Politico).
    • October 8, 2010
      October 8, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 10.8.10
      10/8/10
      0.0
      As both parties rush to fire up their bases, can Democrats regain their footing by November? Peter Baker (New York Times) and Michael Duffy (Time Magazine) discuss party strategies and the latest polling. David Wessel (Wall Street Journal) looks at why the economic recovery has stalled. And Joan Biskupic (USA Today) on whether protesting at military funerals constitutes free speech.moreless
    • October 15, 2010
      October 15, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 10.15.10
      10/15/10
      0.0
      Pulling out all the stops, Obama and Biden campaign hard while Republicans reach astonishing funding highs. Major Garrett of National Journal looks at vulnerable House races; Jeanne Cummings of Politico on midterm fundraising and spending; John Dickerson of Slate Magazine and CBS News analyzes the NV Senate race; and Nancy Youssef of McClatchy News on gays in the military.moreless
    • October 22, 2010
      October 22, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 10.22.10
      10/22/10
      0.0
      Accusations and attack ads abound as midterm races get down to the wire. Karen Tumulty (Washington Post) reports on California's contentious elections, Doyle McManus (Los Angeles Times) analyzes the too-close-to-call PA Senate race, Charles Babington (AP) discusses Obama's last-minute campaign blitz. And Kate Zernike (New York Times) looks at the Tea Party's impact on the 2010 elections.moreless
    • October 29, 2010
      October 29, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 10.29.10
      10/29/10
      0.0
      With just days until the elections, candidates unleash a final avalanche of accusations and ads. A look at the landscape and the final push to energize voters. Dan Balz (Washington Post), Jeanne Cummings (Politico), Major Garrett (National Journal) & Jeff Zeleny (New York Times) report on races to watch, unprecedented campaign spending, & look ahead to the post-Election Day political landscape.moreless
    • December 17, 2010
      December 17, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 12.17.10
      12/17/10
      0.0
      Congress passes a tax deal compromise; the administration's assessment of the war in Afghanistan; and could a Federal judge's ruling jeopardize the Obama's healthcare overhaul? Plus, the legacy of diplomat Richard Holbrooke. Joining Gwen this week: Janet Hook (Wall Street Journal), Pete Williams (NBC News), Martha Raddatz (ABC News), and Doyle McManus, (LA Times).moreless
    • December 24, 2010
      December 24, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 12.24.10
      12/24/10
      0.0
      During a very busy last week of the lame-duck session, Congress repeals "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" and passes the START treaty as well as additional benefits for 9/11 first responders and survivors. But not everything President Obama wanted from Congress came to pass. Joining Gwen: Peter Baker (NY Times), Dan Balz (Washington Post), Gloria Borger (CNN) and Susan Davis (National Journal).moreless
    • February 11, 2011
      February 11, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 02.11.11
      2/8/11
      0.0
      After three weeks of mostly peaceful protests, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has resigned. What is next for Egypt? Reporting on this historic day, Tom Gjelten, NPR, and Yochi Dreazen, National Journal. In the US, President Obama courts big business and the GOP leadership, plus the first Republican cattle call of 2012 with John Harwood, CNBC/New York Times and Dan Balz, Washington Post.moreless
    • February 18, 2011
      February 18, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 02.18.11
      2/18/11
      0.0
      Spreading unrest in Bahrain causes a military crackdown while tensions in Yemen and Iran flair up. The Obama administration urges democratic reform while trying to protect strategic relationships. At home, Republicans and Democrats fight over federal budget priorities. Gwen is joined by Doyle McManus, LA Times; Jim Sciutto, ABC News; Jeanne Cummings, POLITICO; and John Dickerson, Slate/CBS News.moreless
    • February 12, 2010
      February 12, 2010
      Season 2011 - Episode 02.12.11
      2/12/10
      0.0
      This week Gwen and the panel discuss the bipartisan thaw, the President's overtures and GOP skepticism, the focus on the new jobs bill and Iran's taunting of the West.
    • February 25, 2011
      February 25, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 02.25.11
      2/25/11
      0.0
      With continuing violence in Libya, Martha Raddatz (ABC News) reports on President Obama's response toward an unstable Moammar Gadhafi. Also, Major Garrett (National Journal) & Karen Tumulty (Washington Post) analyze polarization in Washington and state capitols during dramatic budget showdowns. And, Pete Williams (NBC News) on the administration's new stance toward the Defense of Marriage Act.moreless
    • February 4, 2011
      February 4, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 02.04.11
      2/4/11
      0.0
      Protests in Egypt continue into their 2nd week, with escalating violence and dissent spreading in the Middle East. After urging from the U.S., Egyptian President Mubarak said he will not run for re-election, but pressure remains for him to resign immediately. This week: David Sanger, NY Times; Martha Raddatz, ABC News; Nancy Youssef, McClatchy Newspapers; and James Kitfield, National Journal.moreless
    • January 28, 2011
      January 28, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 01.28.11
      1/28/11
      0.0
      With violent protests erupting across Egypt, Nancy Youssef of McClatchy Newspapers, reports on the struggle on the streets of Cairo. Also, we get analysis of the State of the Union address with John Dickerson of Slate Magazine and CBS News, Jackie Calmes of The New York Times and Susan Davis of National Journal.moreless
    • December 31, 2010
      December 31, 2010
      Season 2010 - Episode 12.31.10
      12/31/10
      0.0
      Will a new year bring more bipartisanship and less gridlock to Washington? This week, Michael Duffy (TIME Magazine), Todd Purdum (Vanity Fair), Karen Tumulty (Washington Post), and David Wessel (Wall Street Journal) join Gwen to discuss the major political stories of 2010 and the issues to watch in 2011 including a new Congress, legal challenges to health care reform, and the economic recovery.moreless
    • January 7, 2011
      January 7, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 01.7.11
      1/7/11
      0.0
      2011 starts with a bang of the gavel. John Boehner and the GOP take control of the House but are already arguing with Democrats over the deficit and health care. A reorganization at the White House too, with new players coming and going. Joining Gwen this week, John Dickerson (Slate/CBS), Major Garrett (National Journal), Julianna Goldman (Bloomberg) and Jeff Zeleny (NY Times).moreless
    • January 14, 2011
      January 14, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 01.14.11
      1/14/11
      0.0
      After the tragedy in Tucson, the panel looks back at the impact of the events in Arizona and Barack Obama as Healer in Chief. Also, the latest on the investigation of Jared Loughner and a profile of Gabrielle Giffords. Gwen is joined by Dan Balz of the Washington Post, Janet Hook of the Wall Street Journal, Pete Williams of NBC News, and Charles Babington of the Associated Press.moreless
    • January 21, 2011
      January 21, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 01.21.11
      1/21/11
      0.0
      As President Obama welcomes Chinese president Hu Jintao to Washington, the House GOP votes to repeal his health care bill. Now, the focus on the State of the Union address and President Obama's economic goals for 2011. Plus, the new wave of retiring senators. Around the table: Peter Baker, Doyle McManus, Karen Tumulty and David Wessel.moreless
    • Washington Week 10.09.09
      Washington Week 10.09.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 10.9.09
      10/9/09
      0.0
      President Obama wins Nobel Peace Peace Prize, the debate over Afghan/Pakistan strategy, health care reform, and the Supreme Court begins a new term with a new justice.
    • Washington Week 09.25.09
      Washington Week 09.25.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 09.25.09
      9/25/09
      0.0
      Health care reform battle continues. New strategy, more troops headed to Afghanistan, The Obama White House's political operation.
    • Washington Week 09.18.09
      Washington Week 09.18.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 09.18.09
      9/18/09
      0.0
      The GOP's new voice of dissent. Is the recession likely over? The Defense situation in Europe & the Middle East.
    • Washington Week 05.09.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 05.09.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 05.9.08
      5/9/08
      0.0
      Barack Obama moved a step closer to the Democratic nomination this week, and voices in the party are increasingly calling for Hillary Clinton to drop out. But Clinton is showing no sign of quitting before the last primary on June 3.
    • Washington Week 05.16.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 05.16.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 05.16.08
      5/16/08
      0.0
      Clinton Takes West Virginia in a Landslide.Although Hillary Clinton took West Virginia in a landslide victory, the last primaries are rapidly approaching and leave the New York Senator with limited time to win the Democratic party's nomination. Will she be able to beat out Obama or be forced to make a timely exit to for the sake of party unity? McCain Makes Tentative White House Plans. Obama Moves Steadily Toward Democratic Nomination.moreless
    • Washington Week 05.23.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 05.23.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 05.23.08
      5/23/08
      0.0
      With his nomination all but official, Barack Obama is beginning to adapt his campaign strategy to gain Clinton supporters and polish his stance against Republican competitor John McCain. In the face of her presumptive defeat, the panel projects what Hillary Clinton's next course of action will be: politely bow out or make a bid for vice presidency.moreless
    • Washington Week 05.30.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 05.30.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 05.30.08
      5/30/08
      0.0
      Presidential challenger Hillary Clinton hinted this week at continuing to pursue her party's nomination despite rival Barack Obama's insurmountable delegate lead. Whether the disputed Florida and Michigan delegates are counted could influence Clinton's plans. The panel provides an update on the Democratic race.
    • Washington Week 05.02.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 05.02.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 05.2.08
      5/2/08
      0.0
      Which voters and what issues could decide it all? The Jeremiah Wright controversy and the superdelegate story may be sideshow issues to what really concerns the voters: the slumping economy.
    • Washington Week 04.25.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 04.25.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 04.25.08
      4/25/08
      0.0
      Despite Hillary Clinton's crucial victory Tuesday, Barack Obama still retains an edge both in popular votes and pledged delegates. The panel examines the fallout from the Pennsylvania contest and the strengths and vulnerabilities of the two candidates as the race swings to North Carolina and Indiana. Barack Obama supporter and pastor Rev. Jeremiah Wright resumed talking to the press, perhaps to the chagrin of the Democratic front-runner. Meanwhile, Bill Clinton brought the issue of race back into the debate during a radio interview this week.moreless
    • Washington Week 03.21.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 03.21.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 03.21.08
      3/21/08
      0.0
      While the Federal Reserve attempted to aid the floundering economy this week by cutting an additional interest rate and bailing out banks, many Americans still worry about the future as the cost of gas and common household items continues to rise. With the increasingly acerbic backlash against his pastor's controversial sermons, Barack Obama gave a historic speech earnestly confronting the deep-seated racial hostilities in America and the need for change.moreless
    • Washington Week 03.28.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 03.28.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 03.28.08
      3/28/08
      0.0
      The rhetorical bickering between Senators Clinton and Obama heated up this week as both candidates defended themselves from controversial comments. But questions arose concerning whether or not this Democratic infighting is hurting or helping the party. This week found all three presidential contenders outlining their solutions to America's continuing economic crises.moreless
    • Washington Week 04.04.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 04.04.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 04.4.08
      4/4/08
      0.0
      With the fight for the Democratic nomination still raging, all three remaining candidates are seeking to distinguish themselves on the big issues as they look toward the general election. With so few real ideological differences between Clinton and Obama, Democratic voters and superdelegates alike are starting to think about whether to vote based on issues or on who can best go up against McCain in November.moreless
    • Washington Week 04.11.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 04.11.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 04.11.08
      4/11/08
      0.0
      President Bush has decided to stop all troop withdrawals for the foreseeable future, which means that until a new president takes his place next year the U.S. will continue to have a strong presence in Iraq. Just prior to Bush's announcement, Gen. David Petraeus insisted in a testimony that the surge strategy is effective, although its results could be reversed. While the Senate has approved several credits and tax breaks in an attempt to boost the housing market, many argue that this measure aids businesses and homebuilders far more than it eases the disastrous situation that many borrowers are currently facing.moreless
    • Washington Week 06.06.08 Webcast: Obama Secures Democratic Presidential Nomination
      Sen. Barack Obama became the nation's first African-American major-party presidential nominee this week, with Sen. Hillary Clinton expected to officially concede on Saturday.
    • Washington Week 06.27.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 06.27.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 06.27.08
      6/27/08
      0.0
      Landmark Supreme Court rulings, unity in New Hampshire, and a nuclear reversal; a lot to talk about tonight on "Washington Week."
    • Washington Week 08.08.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 08.08.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 08.8.08
      8/8/08
      0.0
      The 2008 presidential campaign adopted a testier tone this week as the two candidates took shots at each other's public image. Republican John McCain mocked Barack Obama's spiking worldwide popularity while Obama challenged his opponent's maverick persona. Panelist David Broder interviewed both presidential contenders this week.
    • Washington Week 08.15.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 08.15.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 08.15.08
      8/15/08
      0.0
      Despite a formally declared cease-fire, tensions remain high as Russian troops have yet to leave neighboring Georgia. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has pressed for a peaceful resolution, but the White House has little real leverage should hostilities continue.
    • Washington Week 08.22.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 08.22.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 08.22.08
      8/22/08
      0.0
      The anticipation leading up to the announcement of presidential hopeful Barack Obama's running mate is mounting rapidly. While speculation continues, Obama has dropped a few hints about the identity and stated that his running mate will complement him well.
    • Washington Week 08.29.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 08.29.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 08.29.08
      8/29/08
      0.0
      Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain announced his choice of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as his vice presidential running mate. McCain hopes that the surprise announcement will attract Hillary Clinton supporters and establish momentum heading into next week's Republican National Convention.
    • Washington Week 08.01.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 08.01.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 08.1.08
      8/1/08
      0.0
      The presidential candidates are setting up their strategic positions against one another through a series of inflammatory television ads this summer, with John McCain denouncing the cult of celebrity surrounding Barack Obama and the Illinois senator countering against his rival's 'juvenile' tactics of fear-mongering.
    • Washington Week 07.25.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 07.25.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 07.25.08
      7/25/08
      0.0
      Barack Obama began his overseas tour in Europe, where he made quite a splash with a powerfully moving speech that he delivered to a crowd of tens of thousands in Berlin, Germany. Obama spoke on the importance of removing the divides that hold us apart due to race, religion and nationality.moreless
    • Washington Week 06.20.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 06.20.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 06.20.08
      6/20/08
      0.0
      Panelist: Charles Babington, Associated Press; Jeanne Cummings, Politico; John Harwood, CNBC; Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times Category: Domestic Affairs, Elections
    • Washington Week 06.13.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 06.13.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 06.13.08
      6/13/08
      0.0
      Panelist: David Wessel, Wall Street Journal; Juliet Eilperin, The Washington Post; Karen Tumulty, Time; Linda Greenhouse, New York Times Category: Domestic Affairs, Elections, Supreme Court, White House
    • Washington Week 07.11.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 07.11.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 07.11.08
      7/11/08
      0.0
      Presidential hopefuls John McCain and Barack Obama both spent the week recovering from harsh comments made by close advisers. They also presented plans for propping up the ailing American economy.
    • Washington Week 07.18.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 07.18.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 07.18.08
      7/18/08
      0.0
      Bank failures, rising inflation, and high gas prices continue to exert downward pressure on the U.S. economy. The Bush administration extended credit this week to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to help stabilize the teetering mortgage industry. Our panelists discuss whether government intervention will help right the ship.
    • Washington Week 03.14.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 03.14.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 03.14.08
      3/14/08
      0.0
      Festering issues could yet dramatically impact the Democratic presidential campaign between now and next month's primaries. Chief among them are gender and race. Hillary Clinton's side was rocked after finance committee member Geraldine Ferraro directed racially charged remarks at Democratic front-runner Barack Obama. Ferraro stepped down this week amid the fallout. A looming impasse over disputed Democratic primaries in Florida and Michigan could further agitate an already testy campaign atmosphere. The panel analyzes which candidate played by the rules in these disputed states and whether this complicated issue risks tuning out voters.moreless
    • Washington Week 03.07.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 03.07.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 03.7.08
      3/7/08
      0.0
      Although Senator Hillary Clinton experienced a resurgence in popularity by securing Texas, Ohio, and Rhode Island, it apparently was not sufficient to take the lead over Senator Barack Obama, who is currently persevering as the Democratic front-runner. While many Democrats have wished they could vote for both Obama and Clinton, there is speculation that Clinton might push for Obama to be her running mate should she win the nomination.moreless
    • Washington Week 02.29.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 02.29.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 02.29.08
      2/29/08
      0.0
      Critical primaries next week in Texas and Ohio are expected to draw unprecedented numbers of voters in two states once thought to be irrelevant early in the 2008 campaign. Hillary Clinton's prospects for remaining a viable candidate depend on victories there. Barack Obama, meanwhile, plans to continue attacking controversial positions Clinton has taken on two volatile issues -- the Iraq war and NAFTA. Gender, race and economic factors could play major roles in the upcoming Ohio and Texas Democratic primaries. Clinton looks to lure blue-collar workers besieged by a faltering economy and to retain her powerful support from women constituents, while Obama seeks to cut into Clinton's popularity among women and Hispanics and to target urban voters in hopes of collecting a larger number of delegates.moreless
    • December 08, 1972
      December 08, 1972
      Season 6 - Episode 49
      12/8/72
      0.0
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    • December 01, 1972
      December 01, 1972
      Season 6 - Episode 48
      12/1/72
      0.0
      Discussing the current political issues.
    • Washington Week 11.02.07 Webcast
      Washington Week 11.02.07 Webcast
      Season 2007 - Episode 11.1.07
      11/1/07
      0.0
      Presidential hopefuls ganged up on frontrunner Hillary Clinton during this week's Democratic debate in Philadelphia. Criticized for not taking a more confrontational approach, Senator Barack Obama lagged behind other candidates who questioned Clinton's inconsistencies on issues ranging from Iraq to Social Security. The Republican presidential debate this week was also marked by a healthy dose of Hillary-bashing. Our panelists consider how the specter of a Clinton nomination influences how Republicans run against each other. Iran, health care reform, and immigration are hot-button issues shaping the platforms in Democratic and Republican presidential camps. The panelists discuss the political personalities behind the scenes who could help determine the winners and losers in 2008.moreless
    • Washington Week 11.16.07 Webcast
      Washington Week 11.16.07 Webcast
      Season 2007 - Episode 11.23.07
      11/23/07
      0.0
      After taking a beating in the last debate, front-runner Hillary Clinton came out swinging in Thursday's Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas, but Edwards, Obama and others were also on the offensive as they tried to knock down Clinton on real policy issues. While Republicans have long considered illegal immigration a key topic, Democratic candidates are having trouble forming a coherent stance on the issue as it becomes more and more important in the presidential race. This week saw President Bush's veto of a domestic appropriations bill and the failure in the Senate of both Republican and Democratic war-funding bills. With such a contrast in spending priorities, can either side get anything done? As Gen. Pervez Musharraf's control of Pakistan weakens, fears are rising in Washington that his country's nuclear arsenal may be vulnerable to potential seizure by terrorist groups such as Al Qaeda.moreless
    • December 15, 1972
      December 15, 1972
      Season 6 - Episode 50
      12/15/72
      0.0
      Discussing the current political issues.
    • December 22, 1972
      December 22, 1972
      Season 6 - Episode 51
      12/22/72
      0.0
      Discussing the current political issues.
    • November 10, 1972
      November 10, 1972
      Season 6 - Episode 45
      11/10/72
      0.0
      Discussing the current political issues.
    • November 03, 1972
      November 03, 1972
      Season 6 - Episode 44
      11/3/72
      0.0
      Discussing the current political issues.
    • January 05, 1973
      January 05, 1973
      Season 7 - Episode 1
      1/5/73
      0.0
      Discussing the current political issues.
    • December 29, 1972
      December 29, 1972
      Season 6 - Episode 52
      12/29/72
      0.0
      Discussing the current political issues.
    • Washington Week 11.30.07 Webcast
      Washington Week 11.30.07 Webcast
      Season 2007 - Episode 11.30.07
      11/30/07
      0.0
      The US-backed summit between Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has given cause for cautious optimism in the Middle East as the two leaders have agreed to set bi-weekly meetings for the creation of a sovereign Palestinian state by the end of 2008. The Republican presidential contenders battled over hot topics such as abortion, gun control, and immigration during the televised CNN-YouTube debate, yet no clear victor emerged from the fray. The impending Iowa caucuses are increasing the heat in the presidential race as the Democratic candidates utilize celebrity endorsements and escalate their rhetoric against their rivals' experience and competency.moreless
    • Washington Week 12.07.07 Webcast
      Washington Week 12.07.07 Webcast
      Season 2007 - Episode 12.14.07
      12/14/07
      0.0
      The presidential candidates faced-off in Des Moines this week for the final two debates before the crucial Iowa caucuses. Depending on what polls you look at, and in what states, the Republican race remains up for grabs among frontrunners Mitt Romney, Rudy Giuliani, John McCain and Mike Huckabee who continues to surge in the polls. A similar story on the Democratic side where it's neck-and-neck between Barack Obama who hopes to turn Oprah fans into primary-election voters and Hillary Clinton who is battling to restore her unofficial status as the party's "inevitable" nominee.moreless
    • Washington Week 02.01.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 02.01.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 02.1.08
      2/1/08
      0.0
      The next few weeks are going to leave very little room for mistakes, as they will be crucial in deciding who will become the Democratic candidate. The two front-runners are taking very different approaches, with Obama running ads about who he is as a person and Clinton focusing on her stances on specific issues. Mitt Romney and John McCain are shaking up the debates, with both taking jabs at each other's un-Republican elements and struggling to prove who the real conservative is. In the meantime, Rudy Giuliani has dropped out of the race for good and given his endorsement to McCain.moreless
    • Washington Week 02.08.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 02.08.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 02.8.08
      2/8/08
      0.0
      Now that John McCain has secured his position as the Republican front-runner with main rival Mitt Romney's capitulation, more conservative party members are in an uproar about McCain's seemingly moderate policies and his viability as a candidate. With the results of Super Tuesday showing Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton still in a dead heat, the focus now turns to the next set of primaries on Saturday and Tuesday to give more definite answers about the Democrats' future presidential nominee.moreless
    • Washington Week 02.15.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 02.15.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 02.15.08
      2/15/08
      0.0
      A string of Super Tuesday election victories this week left the back-and-forth Democratic presidential race with its first clear frontrunner, Barack Obama. Recent union endorsement may help Obama sustain his burst while Hillary Clinton hopes to rebound in potentially favorable primaries still ahead in Ohio and Texas. In searching for answers to Barack Obama's recent success, Hillary Clinton's camp may insist upon counting disputed delegations in states where she has already won the popular vote. Our panelists discuss Obama's surge and possible Clinton tactics for derailing her rival's momentum.moreless
    • Washington Week 02.22.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 02.22.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 02.22.08
      2/22/08
      0.0
      As Sen. Barack Obama's campaign racked up ten straight primary and caucus wins, Sen. Hillary Clinton's camp struggled to regain her early dominance among Democrats. After a New York Times article published this week suggested that Sen. John McCain engaged in an inappropriate relationship with a Washington lobbyist, the presidential hopeful held a press conference to deny the charges. The 81-year-old Fidel Castro stepped down this week after nearly half a century as the ruler of Cuba. Castro has vowed to remain politically active as a writer, but the end of his rule marks a new era for U.S.-Cuban relations.moreless
    • Washington Week 01.25.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 01.25.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 01.25.08
      1/25/08
      0.0
      President Bush and the House reached a tentative agreement this week on a bipartisan plan to stimulate the flagging economy with, among other things, rebate checks for millions of taxpayers and tax breaks for businesses. But will it be too little, too late? With a single front-runner in either party still yet to emerge, the presidential race has taken on a decidedly sharper tone this week as candidates campaign in Florida and South Carolina, with an eye toward the crucial 'Super Tuesday' primaries on Feb. 5.moreless
    • Washington Week 01.18.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 01.18.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 01.18.08
      1/18/08
      0.0
      Democratic presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama put an end to the war of words that ensued over Clinton's questionable comments about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Meanwhile the Republican race has no one candidate taking a significant lead over the pack with John McCain, Mike Huckabee and Mitt Romney each having one primary win. As the fallout from the subprime mortgage crisis continues to dominate the headlines, the future of the American economy has replaced the Iraq War as the hot-button issue among candidates and voters. Meanwhile, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke makes recommendations for staving off a recession.moreless
    • Washington Week 12.21.07 Webcast
      Washington Week 12.21.07 Webcast
      Season 2007 - Episode 12.21.07
      12/21/07
      0.0
      The 110th Congress, whose Democratic majority was frustrated this year by Republicans and Bush's vetos, wrapped up its first session with a flurry of compromise legislation this week, including an energy bill, a deferral of the alternative minimum tax for the middle class, and a $555 billion spending bill. On the verge of the first presidential primaries, the panel looks at the latest developments in the race for the White House: the fight for 'poll position,' the Republican quandary, who's got the money and who doesn't.moreless
    • Washington Week 12.14.07 Webcast
      Washington Week 12.14.07 Webcast
      Season 2007 - Episode 12.14.07
      12/14/07
      0.0
      A couple steps forward, a couple steps back. That's Congress at the end of the year. While, for the Presidential front runners of both parties, its several steps back. Tonight on Washington Week.
    • Washington Week 01.04.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 01.04.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 01.4.08
      1/4/08
      0.0
      Barack Obama, riding the overwhelming Democratic surge in the Iowa caucuses, attributed the stunning victory to his demand, and the voters' desire, for a new, unifying style of politics in Washington and in the Democratic Party. Drawing on the power of his charisma, Mike Huckabee emerged as a surprising front-runner in the Iowa caucuses, but will it be enough to see him through the New Hampshire primary and beyond?moreless
    • Washington Week 01.11.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 01.11.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 01.11.08
      1/11/08
      0.0
      Following her disappointing showing in Iowa, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton rebounded Tuesday with a stunning triumph in the New Hampshire primary. An emotional pre-primary interview response may have changed perceptions of Clinton, especially those of women voters who turned out in unexpected numbers to support her. Now, it is Barack Obama's turn to regroup. Arizona Senator John McCain staged a resurrection of his own in New Hampshire, comfortably winning the Republican primary. Republican rival and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney failed to capitalize on his considerable regional profile while Mike Huckabee was unable to sustain momentum from his surprising win in Iowa.moreless
    • Washington Week 09.05.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 09.05.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 09.5.08
      9/5/08
      0.0
      Now that both conventions are over, the general election has taken on an unexpected new tone, especially after John McCain's sudden adoption of the 'change' message and his selection of Gov. Sarah Palin as his running mate.
    • Washington Week 09.12.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 09.12.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 09.12.08
      9/12/08
      0.0
      Senator McCain's vice presidential choice of Sarah Palin, the moose-hunting, hockey-mom governor of Alaska, has created a surge of enthusiasm that has shaken up Barack Obama's lead in the polls and interjected a whole new dimension of controversy into the race.
    • Washington Week 05.29.09
      Washington Week 05.29.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 05.29.09
      5/29/09
      0.0
      President Obama chooses Judge Sonia Sotomayor to replace Justice David Souter. Democrats and Republicans prepare for Supreme Court confirmation battle. North Korea's nuclear tests and threats put the international community on alert.
    • Washington Week 06.05.09
      Washington Week 06.05.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 06.5.09
      6/5/09
      0.0
      President Obama addresses the Muslim World in a speech at Cairo University. Judge Sotomayor visits with Senators on Capitol Hill. General Motors declares bankruptcy, leaving U.S. taxpayers with a 60% share in the company.
    • Washington Week 06.12.09
      Washington Week 06.12.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 06.12.09
      6/12/09
      0.0
      President Obama takes his health care reform pitch on the road. Why ten banks are giving back government bailout funds. New Jersey and Virginia gubernatorial races make national headlines.
    • Washington Week 06.19.09
      Washington Week 06.19.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 06.19.09
      6/19/09
      0.0
      Mass protests follow election results in Iran. New White House plan for financial regulatory reform. President Obama navigates tough political terrain with GLBT community.
    • Washington Week 05.22.09
      Washington Week 05.22.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 05.22.09
      5/22/09
      0.0
      President Obama & Former Vice President Cheney engage in a war of words over national security. The GOP looks to sharpen its message and take on the President. A new credit card reform plan becomes law, but what will it mean for consumers?
    • Washington Week 05.15.09
      Washington Week 05.15.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 05.15.09
      5/15/09
      0.0
      President Obama's decision to withhold photos of abused detainees, analysis on how the weight of the recession is depleting Social Security and Medicare trust funds, the administration's efforts to pass health care reform legislation, former Vice President Dick Cheney's recently elevated profile.
    • Washington Week 04.17.09
      Washington Week 04.17.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 04.17.09
      4/17/09
      0.0
      Bush administration memos justifying harsh CIA interrogation techniques were revealed this week. The panel discusses whether the Obama White House will pursue a formal investigation. The Obama administration this week announced a new policy that will allow Cuban-Americans to travel to their homeland and conduct money transfers to their families. The panel discusses whether this accommodation will help thaw diplomatic relations between the two nations.moreless
    • Washington Week 04.24.09
      Washington Week 04.24.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 04.24.09
      4/24/09
      0.0
      The CIA's decision to use harsh interrogation techniques on terror suspects. Two key cases before the Supreme Court that could change the landscape of civil rights law. What the White House and lawmakers are proposing to do to rein in soaring credit card interest rates and fees.
    • Washington Week 05.01.09
      Washington Week 05.01.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 05.1.09
      5/1/09
      0.0
      Analysis of President Obama's first 100 days, Chrysler's plan to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter's decision to switch his party affiliation, The World Health Organization's decision to raise the pandemic threat alert.
    • Washington Week 05.08.09
      Washington Week 05.08.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 05.8.09
      5/8/09
      0.0
      Results of the government's bank stress tests. Analysis of President Obama's strategy in Afghanistan and Pakistan. The Obama administration's efforts to find a replacement for Justice Souter. A look at the potential political battles between the White House and Republicans on Capitol Hill over contentious social issues.
    • Washington Week 06.26.09
      Washington Week 06.26.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 06.25.09
      6/25/09
      0.0
      President Obama hardens his stance against violence in Iran as his relationship with the press begins to evolve. The Supreme Court decides cases involving both the Voting Rights Act and the strip-search of a middle-school student. South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford reveals his marital infidelity. What does it mean for the GOP?moreless
    • Washington Week 07.03.09
      Washington Week 07.03.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 07.3.09
      7/3/09
      0.0
      Iraqi troops take the lead as US combat troops pull back. Democratic majorities don't guarantee smooth sailing for President Obama. Minnesota Senate race ends with Senator-elect Al Franken. Supreme Court rules in favor of the New Haven Firefighters and says 'goodbye' to Justice Souter.
    • Washington Week 08.21.09
      Washington Week 08.21.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 08.21.09
      8/21/09
      0.0
      The health care debate reaches a fever pitch, and we put your questions to the panelists on this special edition of Washington Week.
    • Washington Week 08.28.09
      Washington Week 08.28.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 08.28.09
      8/28/09
      0.0
      Sen. Ted Kennedy dies, the president re-appoints Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke and the Attorney General orders an investigation into CIA interrogation techniques.
    • Washington Week 09.04.09
      Washington Week 09.04.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 09.4.09
      9/4/09
      0.0
      The President's major address, unemployment creeps higher, and a change in strategy in Afghanistan?
    • Washington Week 09.11.09
      Washington Week 09.11.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 09.11.09
      9/11/09
      0.0
      The President pressures Congress on health care, high court tackles pivotal campaign finance case, and eight years after 9-11.
    • Washington Week 08.14.09
      Washington Week 08.14.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 08.14.09
      8/14/09
      0.0
      The health care debate rages on, organizations prepare for swine flu, violence escalates in Afghanistan. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's trip to Africa.
    • Washington Week 08.07.09
      Washington Week 08.07.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 08.7.09
      8/7/09
      0.0
      Mixed messages on taxes, and new unemployment numbers. Congress goes on recess as the health care debate shifts into a new gear. President Clinton's humanitarian trip and back-channel diplomacy.
    • Washington Week 07.10.09
      Washington Week 07.10.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 07.10.09
      7/10/09
      0.0
      The G8 summit and a meeting with the Russian president may have been a reality check for President Obama. The panel looks at what he got achieved and what he didn't in terms of the global economy, climate change, Iran and more.
    • Washington Week 07.17.09
      Washington Week 07.17.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 07.17.09
      7/17/09
      0.0
      This week's Senate confirmation hearings for Supreme Court justice nominee Sonia Sotomayor went as anticipated: Democrats heralded the nominee's much-publicized background and Republicans attacked her judicial philosophy. The panel discusses whether any of Sotomayor's responses put her expected confirmation at risk.
    • Washington Week 07.24.09
      Washington Week 07.24.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 07.24.09
      7/24/09
      0.0
      Health Care: Front & center six months into the Obama presidency. Is Massachusetts's universal health coverage program a sign of things to come? Are rising unemployment and mounting deficits slowing the economic recovery?
    • Washington Week 07.31.09
      Washington Week 07.31.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 07.31.09
      7/31/09
      0.0
      The President's event-a-day strategy to keep health care reform afloat, the economy and a beer break featuring a professor, a cop, and the President.
    • Washington Week 04.10.09
      Washington Week 04.10.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 04.10.09
      4/10/09
      0.0
      Days after denouncing North Korea's failed launch of a satellite, suspected as being a covert test for delivering an intercontinental nuclear payload, the US has announced that it will open talks with Iran about its controversial nuclear program.
    • Washington Week 04.03.09
      Washington Week 04.03.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 04.3.09
      4/3/09
      0.0
      It was President Obama's first time on the international stage as he met with world leaders at the G-20 summit in London. These figures worked toward ways to implement more transparency for banks, more scrutiny for businesses, and increased resources for international funds.
    • Washington Week 01.02.09
      Washington Week 01.02.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 01.2.09
      1/2/09
      0.0
      Israel launched a series of air raids against Hamas in Gaza this week, targeting the infrastructure and leadership of the militant organization. The panel discusses the challenges facing U.S. diplomatic efforts in the region.
    • Washington Week 10.31.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 10.31.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 10.31.08
      10/31/08
      0.0
      Just days before the election, polls have several historically Republican states leaning in Barack Obama's direction. The panel examines the electoral map and looks at why these states have suddenly and unexpectedly come into play.
    • Washington Week 11.07.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 11.07.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 11.7.08
      11/7/08
      0.0
      With more bad news regarding unemployment and a faltering auto industry, President-elect Barack Obama is already planning his strategy in order to tackle the issues he will inherit as president.
    • Washington Week 11.14.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 11.14.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 11.14.08
      11/14/08
      0.0
      In the face of the still-struggling economy, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson unveiled a new strategy to use the $700 billion to unfreeze consumer credit instead of scooping up toxic mortgages. President-elect Barack Obama's early and methodical approach to staffing his Cabinet sheds light on how he will govern the country. While Barack Obama and his team begin the president-elect's transition into office, Congress is already creating legislation intended to be passed under the new administration.moreless
    • Washington Week 11.21.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 11.21.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 11.21.08
      11/21/08
      0.0
      Washington lawmakers bailed on auto industry bailout talks, demanding that the Big Three car manufacturers present a legitimate rescue plan to Congress within two weeks. At stake is a $25 billion emergency loan. The panel weighs in on the politics of Capitol Hill's tough stance.
    • Washington Week 10.24.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 10.24.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 10.24.08
      10/24/08
      0.0
      Democrats predict that it will be nearly impossible for Sen. McCain to secure the presidency without a victory in Pennsylvania. With an influx of minorities and single women into the state, it seems its 21 electoral votes will go to Obama.
    • Washington Week 10.17.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 10.17.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 10.17.08
      10/17/08
      0.0
      Despite Sen. McCain's attempts to distinguish his platform from Sen. Obama's, the final presidential debate failed to make a dramatic turnabout in public opinion.
    • Washington Week 09.19.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 09.19.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 09.19.08
      9/19/08
      0.0
      The U.S. government again intervened in the private business sector this week by bailing out AIG, one of the world's largest corporations. This stunning development culminated an historically tumultuous 10-day period which saw bankruptcies, company sales and bailouts of other leading financial institutions.
    • Washington Week 09.26.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 09.26.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 09.26.08
      9/26/08
      0.0
      John McCain and Barack Obama squared off in their first presidential debate Friday night in Oxford, Mississippi. With the current U.S. economic crisis hovering over the proceedings, both candidates appeared reluctant to offer specifics on how to address the calamity. Our panelists examine the exchange.
    • Washington Week 10.03.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 10.03.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 10.3.08
      10/3/08
      0.0
      The panel looks at how Sen. Joe Biden and Gov. Sarah Palin fared in Thursday's hotly anticipated debate, the candidates' first - and last - matchup before the election.
    • Washington Week 10.10.08 Webcast
      Washington Week 10.10.08 Webcast
      Season 2008 - Episode 10.10.08
      10/10/08
      0.0
      In one of many statements made in the past couple of weeks, President Bush has once again addressed the nation to reassure citizens that the government has the tools to solve the economic crisis. Meanwhile, in the presidential campaign, Obama and McCain argue over the best solution to the housing crisis.moreless
    • Washington Week 03.27.09
      Washington Week 03.27.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 03.27.09
      3/27/09
      0.0
      As President Obama prepares to travel abroad to meet with world leaders, he is reassuring the American people that matters are under control but reaffirms that defeating al-Qaeda is crucial to international security.
    • Washington Week 03.20.09
      Washington Week 03.20.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 03.20.09
      3/20/09
      0.0
      The revelation last weekend that insurance giant AIG doled out $165 million of government bailout funds in bonuses sparked national outrage. The panel analyzes the role that the bailouts have played in the controversy and the process underway to recoup the payouts.
    • Washington Week 01.30.09
      Washington Week 01.30.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 01.30.09
      1/30/09
      0.0
      Despite President Obama's efforts to reach across the aisle, his $819 billion economic stimulus plan won House approval this week without garnering even one Republican vote. After barely a week in office, is Obama's promise of more bipartisanship already in jeopardy?
    • Washington Week 01.23.09
      Washington Week 01.23.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 01.23.09
      1/23/09
      0.0
      After a moving inaugural speech, President Barack Obama has already implemented various changes that are setting the stage for his presidency. Some actions that he has taken include freezing certain White House salaries, making plans for the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq, and promising to close down Guantanamo within one year.moreless
    • Washington Week 01.16.09
      Washington Week 01.16.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 01.16.09
      1/16/09
      0.0
      The turbulent tenure of President George W. Bush concludes next week while the presidency of Barack Obama begins. The panel discusses this much-anticipated transition.
    • Washington Week 01.09.09
      Washington Week 01.09.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 01.9.09
      1/9/09
      0.0
      In the face of mounting economic woes, President-elect Barack Obama warns that any congressional balking at his stimulus plan, which calls for middle-class tax cuts, a public-works program, and other ambitious measures, would exacerbate the crisis beyond containment.
    • Washington Week 02.06.09
      Washington Week 02.06.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 02.6.09
      2/6/09
      0.0
      Senatorial negotiators finally arrived at a consensus for a $780 billion stimulus package that has yet to be ratified by the entire Senate.
    • Washington Week 02.13.09
      Washington Week 02.13.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 02.13.09
      2/13/09
      0.0
      Even though there was not much Republican support of the stimulus plan to speak of, the House and Senate have finally reached a point of reconciliation. The $789 billion stimulus package will be only one of Obama's first steps to bring the economy toward stability.
    • Washington Week 03.13.09
      Washington Week 03.13.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 03.13.09
      3/13/09
      0.0
      Barack Obama's sweeping agenda for reform picked up speed this week. The panel discusses whether the president's recent emphasis on education, earmarks, stem-cell research and the sliding economy is too much too fast.
    • Washington Week 03.06.09
      Washington Week 03.06.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 03.6.09
      3/6/09
      0.0
      Surging unemployment numbers, a plummeting stock market, and another Wall Street bailout topped another week of dismal economic news. The panelists discuss these developments as well as reactions from Republicans on Capitol Hill.
    • Washington Week 02.27.09
      Washington Week 02.27.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 02.27.09
      2/27/09
      0.0
      It was a frantic week for Barack Obama, highlighted by his new budget, his sobering speech before the nation and a joint session of Congress. The panel discusses whether the new president bit off more than he can chew.
    • Washington Week 02.20.09
      Washington Week 02.20.09
      Season 2009 - Episode 02.20.09
      2/20/09
      0.0
      The panel examines the ideas and the politics of the multipronged governmental effort to shore up the faltering economy and keep the country from slipping from recession into a depression.
    • August 12, 2011
      August 12, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 08.12.11
      8/12/11
      0.0
      Gwen Ifill reports from Iowa on the 2nd Republican primary debate and the Ames Straw Poll. Joined by Dan Balz, The Washington Post, they look at the testy exchanges on the debate stage. Plus, in the Washington Week studio, Judy Woodruff examines the White House's response to recent troublesome economic news with John Harwood of CNBC/The New York Times and Jackie Calmes, The New York Times.moreless
    • August 19, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 08.19.11
      8/19/11
      0.0
      Perry is in the race, Pawlenty is out and Bachmann won the straw poll. The GOP candidates continue to blame Obama for the sluggish economic recovery. Also, President Obama plans to announce a jobs program. John Dickerson guest hosts with: Jeff Zeleny, New York Times; Karen Tumulty, Washington Post; Alexis Simendinger, RealClearPolitics.com, David Wessel, Wall Street Journal.moreless
    • August 26, 2011
      August 26, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 08.26.11
      8/26/11
      0.0
      Libyan rebels seized Tripoli, invaded Col. Moammar Gadhafi's compound and he's on the run. What will it take to establish a new government? Also, Rick Perry vaults to the lead for the GOP presidential nomination, and Ben Bernanke assesses the economy. Joining Gwen Ifill: Nancy Youssef, McClathy Newspapers; Doyle McManus, LA Times; Michael Duffy, TIME Magazine; & Jim Tankersley, National Journal.moreless
    • May 11, 2012
      May 11, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 05.11.12
      0.0
      What's the political fallout of President Obama's support for same-sex marriage? Plus, longtime Senator Richard Lugar, R-Ind., lost his party's primary. What does that mean for moderate republicans and incumbents? Also, the double-agent al-Qaeda plotter. Joining Gwen: Major Garrett, National Journal; John Dickerson, Slate Magazine & CBS News; Susan Davis, USA Today; Pierre Thomas, ABC News.moreless
    • Webcast Extra - April 20, 2012
      Webcast Extra - April 20, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 04.20.12
      0.0
      In the Washington Week Election 2012 Town Hall, Gwen and the panel talk with viewers in Cleveland, OH and Portland, OR. How are these economies recovering and what issues matter most to voters? Plus, do conversations in Washington on healthcare and education reflect conversations across the country? Joining Gwen: Jim Tankersley, National Journal; Michael Duffy, TIME; Jackie Calmes, New York Times.moreless
    • April 20, 2012
      April 20, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 04.20.12
      0.0
      Conflicting polls show both Mitt Romney and President Obama leading in November's election. What do the numbers reveal? Plus, a breakdown of the candidates' economic plans. Also, Super PAC numbers, the Secret Service prostitution scandal & the GSA spending scandal. Joining Gwen: Michael Duffy, TIME; Jim Tankersley, National Journal; Jeff Zeleny, New York Times; Jeanne Cummings, Bloomberg News.moreless
    • April 27, 2012
      April 27, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 04.27.12
      0.0
      As the campaigns look ahead, Mitt Romney targets Barack Obama, but he is targeting youth voters. The Supreme Court hears arguments on Arizona immigration law. Also, a year after Osama bin Laden's death, balancing terrorism and civil liberties. Joining Gwen: John Dickerson, Slate Magazine/CBS News; Alexis Simendinger, RealClearPolitics; Pete Williams, NBC News; James Kitfield, National Journal.moreless
    • June 1, 2012
      June 1, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 06.01.12
      0.0
      What do disappointing job numbers mean for the already unemployed and the state of economic recovery? Mitt Romney wins enough delegates to make him the unofficial Republican nominee and finds himself in a dead heat with President Obama in three key swing states. Plus the latest on the crisis in Syria.moreless
    • May 25, 2012
      May 25, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 05.25.12
      0.0
      A special "President's Club" edition of Washington Week: we look at the bipartisan solidarity between current and former presidents. Joining Gwen, four white house reporters covering 4 different presidents: Michael Duffy, TIME magazine; Peter Baker, The New York Times; John Harris, POLITICO; Christi Parsons, Tribune News.
    • May 18, 2012
      May 18, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 05.18.12
      0.0
      As attacks fly between President Obama and Mitt Romney, a conservative super PAC's developed a controversial Rev. Wright ad campaign. Plus, is Congress heading towards another partisan debt-ceiling showdown? Also, JP Morgan's losses and Wall Street regulation. Joining Gwen: Jeff Zeleny, New York Times; Karen Tumulty, Washington Post; David Wessel, Wall Street Journal; John Harwood, CNBC/NY Times.moreless
    • March 16, 2012
      March 16, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 03.16.12
      0.0
      The killing of 16 civilians in Afghanistan, allegedly by a U.S. soldier, has further strained the relationship between the two countries. Plus, Rick Santorum won big in the South, yet Mitt Romney scored more delegates. And President Obama's re-election campaign is in full swing. Joining Gwen: Martha Raddatz, ABC News; Alexis Simendinger, RealClearPolitics; Karen Tumulty, The Washington Post.moreless
    • March 9, 2012
      March 9, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 03.09.12
      3/9/12
      0.0
      Mitt Romney won big on Super Tuesday, giving him more than 35% of the delegates needed to clinch the nomination. But Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, and Ron Paul stay defiant, continuing their campaigns as the race focuses on Mississippi and Alabama next Tuesday. What's next? Joining Gwen: Jeff Zeleny, New York Times; Beth Reinhard, National Journal; Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times.moreless
    • March 23, 2012
      March 23, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 03.23.12
      0.0
      After the controversial killing of teenager Trayvon Martin, in Florida, national attention focuses on "Stand Your Ground" laws & the local police department. Plus, Mitt Romney wins Illinois but still faces criticism from conservatives. Also, a look at the GOP budget. Joining Gwen: Pierre Thomas, ABC News; Dan Balz, Washington Post; Sam Youngman, Reuters; Naftali Bendavid, Wall Street Journal.moreless
    • April 6, 2012
      April 6, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 04.06.12
      0.0
      After three big wins Mitt Romney has scored more than half of the delegates needed for the GOP presidential nomination. Plus, new unemployment numbers shed light on the economy. Also, female voters, the President's Supreme Court remarks and more. Joining Gwen: John Dickerson, Slate Magazine/CBS News; Karen Tumulty, Washington Post; Jackie Calmes, New York Times; David Wessel, Wall Street Journal.moreless
    • April 13, 2012
      April 13, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 04.13.12
      0.0
      With Rick Santorum out of the GOP race, Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama are gearing up for the general election. But recent comments about Romney's wife, Ann, have caused controversy over gender politics. Plus, a look at the fragile ceasefire in Syria. Joining Gwen: Dan Balz, Washington Post; Beth Reinhard, National Journal; John Harris, POLITICO; Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times.moreless
    • March 30, 2012
      March 30, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 03.30.12
      0.0
      The Supreme Court heard three days of arguments on the 2010 Affordable Care Act. What were the key issues before the court? Plus, a mic catches a private comment between President Obama and Russian President Medvedev. Also, Mitt Romney's latest endorsements and the GOP race. Joining Gwen: Joan Biskupic, Reuters; Pete Williams, NBC News; Jeff Zeleny, New York Times; Julianna Goldman, Bloomberg Newsmoreless
    • June 8, 2012
      June 8, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 06.08.12
      0.0
      What do the results from the recall election in Wisconsin mean for the 2012 Presidential election? The Obama and Romney campaigns ramp up fundraising efforts. Also, a look at how Obama has accelerated drone attacks against terrorist targets and related intelligence leaks. Joining Gwen: John Dickerson, Slate Magazine and CBS News; Jeanne Cummings, Bloomberg News; David Sanger, New York Times.moreless
    • September 7, 2012
      September 7, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 09.70.12
      9/7/12
      0.0
      "Did Obama\'s appeal to the nation for a second term resonate? How did Democrats rebut Republican attacks? Plus what was Bill Clinton\'s ultimate contribution to the convention? Also, did Friday\'s job numbers boost or quell Obama'?s post-convention shine? Joining Gwen: Dan Balz, The Washington Post; Peter Baker, The New York Times; Michael Duffy, TIME Magazine; Jeanne Cummings, Bloomberg News.moreless
    • September 14, 2012
      September 14, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 09.14.12
      9/14/12
      0.0
      "After the deaths of a U.S. ambassador and three others in Libya and continuing protests around the Muslim world, the focus shifts to foreign policy in the government and on the presidential campaign trail. Joining Gwen: Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times; David Sanger, The New York Times; Major Garrett, National Journal; Laura Meckler, The Wall Street Journal.moreless
    • August 24, 2012
      August 24, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 08.24.12
      8/24/12
      0.0
      "A Special Washington Week from St. Petersburg, Florida ahead of the Republican National Convention. How did the Mitt Romney campaign attempt to remain on-topic amidst the Todd Akin debacle? Why are the candidates sparring over Medicare again? Joining Gwen: Dan Balz, Washington Post; Beth Reinhard, National Journal; John Dickerson, Slate and CBS News; Amy Walter of ABC News.moreless
    • August 31, 2012
      August 31, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 08.31.12
      8/31/12
      0.0
      "Special Washington Week from Charlotte, North Carolina: Did Mitt Romney fulfill expectations at Republican National Convention? Plus what affect did Clint Eastwood\'s unscripted speech have? Also, we preview the Democratic National Convention. Joining Gwen: Jeff Zeleny, New York Times; Karen Tumulty, Washington Post; Alexis Simendinger, Real Clear Politics; John Hardwood of CNBC / New York Times.moreless
    • Webcast Extra | August 31, 2012
      Webcast Extra | August 31, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 08.31.12
      8/31/12
      0.0
      "In the Washington Week Election 2012 Town Hall: Gwen and the panel talk with citizens and voters at University of North Carolina Charlotte, in North Carolina, about the 2012 presidential campaign. How does North Carolina sit as a battleground state months before the election? What are they expecting from the Democrats as they descend on Charlotte for their convention?moreless
    • September 21, 2012
      September 21, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 09.21.12
      9/21/12
      0.0
      "As Mitt Romney ends a tough week by releasing another year of tax returns, we look at the effects of the leaked '?47 percent'? video on his campaign. Also, we sift through the recent onslaught of polls in the countdown to November. Joining Gwen: John Harwood, CNBC and New York Times; Gloria Borger, CNN; John Dickerson, Slate Magazine and CBS News; Sam Youngman of Reuters.moreless
    • October 19, 2012
      October 19, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 10.19.12
      10/19/12
      0.0
      As President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney prepare for their final debate, the roundtable analyzes the fiesty, second debate, the ever-tightening poll numbers, and the issues that are most important in the countdown to Election Day. Joining Gwen: Peter Baker, New York Times; John Dickerson, Slate Magazine; Amy Walter, ABC News; Charles Babington, Associated Press.moreless
    • October 26, 2012
      October 26, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 10.26.12
      10/26/12
      0.0
      With less than two weeks to go, the roundtable takes a look at the candidates'? swing-state campaign sprint. Also, we analyze the foreign policy plans of both candidates after the final debate. Plus, we examine the battle for Senate control which rests in the hands of a few states. Joining Gwen: James Kitfield, National Journal; Gloria Borger, CNN; Molly Ball, The Atlantic; Susan Davis, USA Todaymoreless
    • October 12, 2012
      October 12, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 10.12.12
      10/12/12
      0.0
      The roundtable analyzes the vice-presidential debate as Vice President Joe Biden and his republican opponent Rep. Paul Ryan traded sharp words over domestic and foreign policy. Also, with both political parties happy with their candidate'?s performance, who came out on top? Joining Gwen: Jeff Zeleny, New York Times; Karen Tumulty, Washington Post; Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times; Alexis Simendinmoreless
    • Webcast Extra -September 28, 2012
      Webcast Extra -September 28, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 09.28.12
      9/28/12
      0.0
      In the Washington Week Election 2012 Town Hall: Gwen and the panel talk with citizens and voters in St. Louis, Missouri about the 2012 presidential campaign. Also, what is the temperature of the Missouri senate race? Can Todd Akin still win or is he politically dead?
    • September 28, 2012
      September 28, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 09.28.12
      9/28/12
      0.0
      Special Washington Week from St. Louis, Missouri: With 40 days to go before the election, can Mitt Romney regain lost ground in a half dozen battleground states? Does early voting have an impact on the election? Also, we preview the upcoming debates. Joining Gwen: Jeff Zeleny, New York Times; Nia-Malika Henderson, Washington Post; Jim Tankersley, National Journal; and Charles Babington, Associatemoreless
    • October 5, 2012
      October 5, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 10.05.12
      10/5/12
      0.0
      The panel analyzes the first of three presidential debates of the 2012 election. Will Romney's dominance influence the campaign? And a deeper look into the numbers and facts presented by Romney and Obama. Plus, a look at the new unemployment numbers. Joining Gwen: Peter Baker, New York Times; Dan Balz, Washington Post; Jeanne Cummings, Bloomberg News; John Dickerson, Slate Magazine and CBS News.moreless
    • June 29, 2012
      June 29, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 06.29.12
      0.0
      How did the Supreme Court'?s decision to uphold President Obama'?s health care law come together? Plus, what effect will it have on the election? And a review of other Supreme Court rulings. Also, the House voted to hold Eric Holder in contempt of congress. Joining Gwen: Pete Williams, NBC News; Joan Biskupic, Reuters; John Dickerson, Slate and CBS News; Naftali Bendavid, the Wall Street Journal.moreless
    • Webcast Extra - June 29, 2012
      Webcast Extra - June 29, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 06.29.12
      0.0
      In the Washington Week Electronic Town Hall: Gwen and the panel talk with communities in San Diego, CA and Tucson, AZ, about immigration and border security. Along the border how are citizens dealing with these issues? And how has Arizona reacted to Supreme Court'?s ruling on the state'?s immigration law, SB 1070? Joining Gwen: Pete Williams, NBC News; Fawn Johnson, National Journal.moreless
    • June 22, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 06.22.12
      0.0
      Mitt Romney and President Obama court Latino voters as immigration politics enters the spotlight. Plus, Obama invokes executive privilege as Attorney General Eric Holder faces a contempt of Congress charge. Also, what'?s Europe'?s economic future? This Week: Jeff Zeleny, New York Times; Laura Meckler, Wall Street Journal; Major Garrett, National Journal; Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times.moreless
    • June 15, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 06.15.12
      0.0
      The Obama administration's new immigration policy that allows some undocumented immigrants to stay and get work permits. Plus, who is winning the debate on the economy: President Obama or Mitt Romney? Also, tensions between the U.S. & Russia on Syria, intelligence leaks and more. Joining Gwen: Karen Tumulty, Washington Post; Pierre Thomas, ABC News; Peter Baker, New York Times; Tom Gjelten, NPR.moreless
    • July 6, 2012
      July 6, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 07.06.12
      7/7/12
      0.0
      President Barack Obama campaigns in Ohio and Pennsylvania and accuses Romney of outsourcing jobs during his time at Bain Capital. Meanwhile, Mitt Romney says that the federal health care mandate is indeed a tax. Plus, new unemployment numbers. Joining Gwen: Dan Balz, The Washington Post; Jan Crawford, CBS News; Charles Babington, Associated Press; Amy Walter, ABC News.moreless
    • Webcast Extra - July 13, 2012
      Webcast Extra - July 13, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 07.13.12
      7/14/12
      0.0
      In the Washington Week Electronic Town Hall: Gwen and the panel talk with panels in Madison, WI and Denver, CO, about the Presidential election in battleground states. How are independent voters in these states viewing the two candidates? And how are voters reacting to the flood of campaign ads? Joining Gwen: Michael Duffy, Time Magazine; Beth Reinhard, National Journal.moreless
    • August 3, 2012
      August 3, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 08.03.12
      8/4/12
      0.0
      Mitt Romney and President Obama rally undecided voters in battleground states. The Tea Party scores a big victory in Texas with Senate nominee Ted Cruz. Plus July jobs numbers and Congress starts its summer recess with key legislation left undone. Joining Gwen: Amy Walter, ABC News; Karen Tumulty, The Washington Post; David Wessel, The Wall Street Journal; Susan Davis, USA Today.moreless
    • August 10, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 08.10.12
      8/11/12
      0.0
      New polls show that the presidential race is as close as ever. Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama campaign in key swing states as the campaigns and super PACs release more controversial advertisements. Also, when will Romney pick his running mate? Joining Gwen: Jeff Zeleny, The New York Times; Beth Reinhard, National Journal; John Harwood, CNBC and The New York Times.moreless
    • August 17, 2012
      August 17, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 08.17.12
      8/17/12
      0.0
      Mitt Romney'?s campaign received a jolt after announcing his running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan. Both campaigns came out swinging with new attacks ranging from policy to personal. Will Paul Ryan'?s addition to the campaign change the direction of election? Joining Gwen: Jackie Calmes, The New York Times; Alexis Simendinger, RealClearPolitics; John Harris, POLITICO.moreless
    • July 27, 2012
      July 27, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 07.27.12
      7/28/12
      0.0
      Mitt Romney has a rocky start to his overseas trip while the campaigns debate foreign policy and the role of government in private business. Legal challenges facing state voter ID laws. And who is making money from the Presidential campaigns? Joining Gwen: Dan Balz, The Washington Post; Laura Meckler, The Wall Street Journal; Robert Barnes, The Washington Post; Jeanne Cummings, Bloomberg News.moreless
    • July 13, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 07.13.12
      7/14/12
      0.0
      This Week, President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney both campaigned in battleground states. Obama called for an extension of middle class tax cuts while Romney addressed the NAACP. Also, House Republicans voted to repeal the president's health care law. Joining Gwen: Michael Duffy, TIME Magazine; Lori Montgomery, The Washington Post; Alexis Simendinger, RealClearPolitics; Sam Youngman, Reuters.moreless
    • July 20, 2012
      July 20, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 07.20.12
      7/21/12
      0.0
      A horrific mass shooting at a movie theatre near Denver, Colorado. The campaigns talk about tax history and economic policy as attack ads from both campaigns intensify. And the fighting in Syria spreads to Damascus as the rebels achieve new victories. Joining Gwen: Pierre Thomas, ABC News; Karen Tumulty, The Washington Post; Jeff Zeleny, The New York Times; Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times.moreless
    • March 2, 2012
      March 2, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 03.02.12
      3/2/12
      0.0
      As we head into Super Tuesday, which GOP candidate has momentum and how will Tuesday's primaries change the race? Meanwhile, President Obama makes campaign-like speeches in Michigan and New York. Also, Senator Olympia Snow resigns, saying there is no longer bipartisanship in Congress. Joining Gwen: John Dickerson, Slate/CBS News; Gloria Borger, CNN; Charles Babington, Associated Press.moreless
    • September 9, 2011
      September 9, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 09.09.11
      9/9/11
      0.0
      President Obama addressed a joint session of Congress on his new jobs plan. Will his speech be enough to rally support? Also, analysis on this week's GOP presidential candidates' debate. Plus, our reporters reflect on 9/11 and how it has shaped their lives and America in the past 10 years. Joining Gwen Ifill: Jackie Calmes, The New York Times and John Harris, Politico.moreless
    • September 16, 2011
      September 16, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 09.16.11
      9/16/11
      0.0
      President Obama took his jobs plan straight to voters this week amidst a bounty of bad news including a jump in unemployment benefit applications, and a spike in the number of people living in poverty. And analysis of the Tea Party debate. Joining Gwen Ifill: John Dickerson of Slate/CBS News, Beth Reinhard of National Journal, Charles Babington of AP, Michael Fletcher of The Washington Post.moreless
    • September 23, 2011
      September 23, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 09.23.11
      9/23/11
      0.0
      President Obama unveils his deficit reduction plan, with new taxes and spending cuts. Plus, Congress argues over disaster relief and a possible government shutdown. Also, Palestinians appeal for full membership at the UN. And the GOP presidential candidates debate.
    • September 30, 2011
      September 30, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 09.30.11
      9/30/11
      0.0
      Airstrikes killed Anwar al-Awlaki, a U.S.-born Al-Qaeda leader in Yemen. At home, dissatisfied GOP voters want Gov. Chris Christie to join the presidential race. Also, President Obama feuds with his base. Plus, a stopgap bill temporarily prevents a government shutdown. Joining Gwen: John Dickerson, Slate/CBS News; Sam Youngman, The Hill; Major Garrett, National Journal; Pierre Thomas, ABC News.moreless
    • Vault: September 14, 2001
      Season 2011 - Episode 09.14.11
      9/9/11
      0.0
      As part of PBS's full evening special, America Responds, Gwen Ifill hosts a special Washington Week program just four days after attacks of 9/11 with reporting and analysis of that historic week from the late David Broder (Washington Post), Richard Berke (NY Times), Ceci Connolly (Washington Post), Martha Raddatz (ABC News), Barbara Bradley (NPR) and Alan Murry (Wall Street Journal).moreless
    • Vault: September 13, 2001
      Vault: September 13, 2001
      Season 2011 - Episode 09.13.11
      9/8/11
      0.0
      As part of PBS's continuing coverage of the aftermath of 9/11, Gwen Ifill hosted a Washington Week Specail Edition featuring reporting and analysis from the late David Broder (Washington Post), Tom Gjelten (NPR), Richard Berke (NY Times), Juliet Eilperin (Washington Post), Gloria Borger (US News/CBS News) as President Bush, his cabinet and Congress decide how respond to the attacks.moreless
    • September 13, 2002
      September 13, 2002
      Season 2002 - Episode 09.13.02
      9/1/11
      0.0
      One year after the September 11 attacks, 18 journalists joined Gwen Ifill in a special one hour Washington Week. We looked back at how the country evolved over the first year post-September 11. In Part 1, we examined how President Bush and the presidency had changed, the approaching war in Iraq, the balance between security and freedom, and the remaining fears of more terrorist attacks.moreless
    • September 13, 2002 (Part 2)
      September 13, 2002 (Part 2)
      Season 2002 - Episode 09.13.02
      9/1/11
      0.0
      One year after the September 11 attacks, 18 journalists joined Gwen Ifill in a special one hour Washington Week. We looked back at how the country evolved over the first year post-September 11. In Part 2, we explore whether or not America is safer, the growing government, the expansion of law enforcement, relations with the wider Muslim world, and the future of political campaigns.moreless
    • September 2, 2011
      September 2, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 09.02.11
      9/2/11
      0.0
      As unemployment numbers stay at 9.1%, a very public spat between President Obama and House Speaker Boehner on the timing of an address to Congress. Plus, analysis on the politics & finances of rebuilding after Hurricane Irene. And an update on GOP fundraising. Joining Gwen: Naftali Bendavid, Wall St Journal; Jeanne Cummings, Bloomberg News; Charles Babington, Associated Press; Eamon Javers, CNBC.moreless
    • Vault: September 12, 2001
      Vault: September 12, 2001
      Season 2001 - Episode 09.12.01
      9/6/11
      0.0
      As part of PBS's continuing coverage of the aftermath of 9/11, Gwen Ifill hosted a Washington Week Special Edition featuring reporting and analysis from the late David Broder (Washington Post), Alan Murray (Wall St Journal), David Shribman (Boston Globe), and with reaction from overseas from Julie McCarthy (NPR) in London and Tom Friedman (NY Times) in Jerusalem.moreless
    • October 7, 2011
      October 7, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 10.07.011
      10/7/11
      0.0
      Now that Christie and Palin are officially out of the GOP Presidential race, which other candidates will benefit most? Plus, what fundraising totals reveal about the race. Also, President Obama fights for the Jobs Act. And a preview of SCOTUS's new term. Joining Gwen: Dan Balz, Washington Post; Jeanne Cummings, Bloomberg News; Janet Hook, Wall Street Journal; Joan Biskupic, USA Today.moreless
    • October 14, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 10.14.11
      10/14/11
      0.0
      As the GOP candidates debate economics, President Obama promotes his jobs plan. But with its defeat in the Senate, what's next? Also, the strange story of an assassination plot against a Saudi Ambassador involving Iran and a Mexican drug cartel. Joining Gwen: Karen Tumulty, Washington Post; Michael Duffy, TIME; Alexis Simendinger, RealClearPolitics; James Kitfield, National Journal.moreless
    • November 25, 2011
      November 25, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 11.25.11
      11/25/11
      0.0
      The supercommittee failed to reach a budget deal this week, affecting national politics and the economy. Also, the GOP presidential candidates debated foreign policy, with Newt Gingrich facing new scrutiny on his immigration stance. John Dickerson guest-hosts with: Susan Davis, National Journal; David Wessel, The Wall Street Journal; Dan Balz, The Washington Post; Gloria Borger, CNN.moreless
    • November 11, 2011
      November 11, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 11.11.11
      11/11/11
      0.0
      GOP presidential candidates debate the economic recovery. Rick Perry's memory lapse. Herman Cain's harassment scandal. A Newt Gingrich surge? What's motivating U.S. voters? The potential impact of the Euro debt crisis on America. US. Pete Williams hosts with: John Harwood, CNBC/New York Times; Michael Duffy, TIME; Karen Tumulty, Washington Post; Greg Ip, The Economist.moreless
    • October 21, 2011
      October 21, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 10.21.11
      10/21/11
      0.0
      Analysis of possible paths forward in Libya now that Moammar Gadhafi is dead. Will the U.S. play a role in nation building? President Obama announces all U.S. troops will be out of Iraq by year's end. And why the GOP debates have become pivotal in the 2012 presidential race. Joining Gwen: Martha Raddatz, ABC News; Doyle McManus, LA Times; Dan Balz, Washington Post; Gloria Borger, CNN.moreless
    • October 28, 2011
      October 28, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 10.28.11
      10/28/11
      0.0
      A long shot a short time ago, Herman Cain is shaking up the GOP race. But rising polls numbers brings greater scrutiny. And what happened to Rick Perry's surge? Also, the President tries to bypass Congress. Plus the clock is ticking on the Deficit Reduction Committee. Joining Gwen: John Dickerson, Slate/CBS News; John Harwood, CNBC/NY Times; Jackie Calmes, NY Times; Janet Hook, Wall St. Journal.moreless
    • November 4, 2011
      November 4, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 11.04.11
      11/4/11
      0.0
      Alleged harassment scandals continue to dog Republican presidential frontrunner Herman Cain, as the other GOP candidates consider how to handle the controversy. Plus a discussion on the global economy, Greece, the G20 meetings, and new U.S. job numbers. Joining Gwen: John Harris, Politico; Chuck Babington, Associated Press; Alexis Simendinger, RealClearPolitics; Jim Tankersley, National Journal.moreless
    • November 18, 2011
      November 18, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 11.18.11
      11/18/11
      0.0
      As the GOP candidates debated foreign policy, President Obama met with Asia-Pacific leaders. Newt Gingrich's bumpy climb in the polls. And, what happens if the Super Committee fails to deliver? Plus, SCOTUS to decide constitutionality of health reform. Joining Gwen: Major Garrett, National Journal; Jeanne Cummings, Bloomberg News; Lori Montgomery, The Washington Post; Joan Biskupic, USA TODAY.moreless
    • February 3 2012
      February 3 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 02.03.12
      2/3/12
      0.0
      What do January's unemployment numbers tell us about the economy? Plus, Mitt Romney won the Florida primary, but his comments about the poor are making headlines. Also, new FEC disclosures shine light on Super PAC money. Joining Gwen: Karen Tumulty, Washington Post; John Harwood, CNBC and New York Times; Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times; Jim Tankersley, National Journal.moreless
    • January 27, 2012
      January 27, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 01.27.12
      1/27/12
      0.0
      Ahead of next week's Florida Republican primary, the 4 remaining candidates squared off on the ground and in two debates. Plus, following his State of the Union Address, President Obama hit the road to push his economic and jobs plan. Joining Gwen: Dan Balz, The Washington Post; John Dickerson, Slate Magazine & CBS News; Jackie Calmes, The New York Times; David Wessel, The Wall Street Journal.moreless
    • February 10, 2012
      February 10, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 02.10.12
      2/10/12
      0.0
      President Obama modified a controversial mandate on birth control access. But could there be lingering political fallout? Plus, did Rick Santorum's big wins this week change the GOP presidential race? And a decision on California's same-sex marriage ban. Joining Gwen: John Dickerson, Slate & CBS News; Nia Malika Henderson, Washington Post; Pete Williams, NBC News; Beth Reinhard, National Journal.moreless
    • February 24, 2012
      February 24, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 02.24.12
      2/24/12
      0.0
      Rick Santorum is the main target in the GOP race as 13 states prepare to vote between now and Super Tuesday. Plus, international leaders meet in Tunisia to prevent more bloodshed in Syria. And unrest continues in Afghanistan after the burning of Qurans. Joining Gwen: Michael Duffy, TIME Magazine; Jeanne Cummings, Bloomberg News; Nancy Youssef, McClatchy; Yochi Dreazen, National Journal.moreless
    • February 17, 2012
      February 17, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 02.17.12
      2/17/12
      0.0
      As the GOP presidential primary race between Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney tightens, the panel previews the Arizona and Michigan primaries. Plus, President Barack Obama's proposed budget, a deal to extend payroll tax cuts, and tensions over Iran's nuclear program. Joining Gwen: Karen Tumulty, Washington Post; Jackie Calmes, New York Times; Susan Davis, USA Today; Martha Raddatz, ABC News.moreless
    • January 20, 2012
      January 20, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 01.20.12
      1/20/12
      0.0
      This week Washington Week is on the road in South Carolina. Mitt Romney's lead shrank as Newt Gingrich climbed in the polls, but Gingrich's ex-wife made potentially damaging claims about their marriage. Plus, two candidates drop out of the GOP race, and more. Joining Gwen: Jeff Zeleny, New York Times; Karen Tumulty, Washington Post; Charles Babington, Associated Press; Sam Youngman, Reuters.moreless
    • January 13, 2012
      January 13, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 01.13.12
      1/13/12
      0.0
      Will Mitt Romney's momentum from successive wins in Iowa and New Hampshire help him win South Carolina? Plus, the Supreme Court will decide on the FCC's authority to regulate the airwaves, and President Obama's aims to shrink government. Joining Gwen: Beth Reinhard, National Journal; Jeanne Cummings, Bloomberg News; Alexis Simendinger, RealClearPolitics.com; Pete Williams, NBC News.moreless
    • December 30, 2011
      December 30, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 12.30.11
      12/30/11
      0.0
      Four days before the Iowa Caucuses, Mitt Romney and Ron Paul lead, but Rick Santorum may surprise come voting day. Plus, how will Congressional retirements affect Democrats' efforts to retain control of the Senate in 2012? Joining Gwen from Iowa: Karen Tumulty, The Washington Post; Jeff Zeleny, The New York Times. Around the table: Christina Bellatoni, CQ Roll Call; Susan Davis, USA Today.moreless
    • January 6, 2012
      January 6, 2012
      Season 2012 - Episode 01.06.12
      1/6/12
      0.0
      This week, we're on the ground in Manchester, New Hampshire to preview the primaries. After a close finish in Iowa, will Mitt Romney stay ahead of the pack in the Granite State? Joining Gwen: Dan Balz, Washington Post; John Dickerson, Slate Magazine and CBS News; Julianna Goldman, Bloomberg News; John Harwood, CNBC and The New York Times.moreless
    • December 2, 2011
      December 2, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 12.02.11
      12/2/11
      0.0
      The unemployment rate fell last month to the lowest since March 2009. Is this a sign of the economy stabilizing? Also, Herman Cain faced allegations of an extramarital affair, Rick Perry had another "oops" moment, and Newt Gingrich surged in the polls. Joining Gwen: Jim Tankersley, National Journal; Greg Ip, The Economist; Karen Tumulty, The Washington Post; Jeff Zeleny, The New York Timesmoreless
    • December 9, 2011
      December 9, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 12.09.11
      12/9/11
      0.0
      Newt Gingrich soars past Mitt Romney in the polls in three out of four early primary states. Rick Perry makes a push, but is it now a two-man race? Plus President Barack Obama makes a push for the payroll tax cut extensions. Joining Gwen: Major Garrett, National Journal; Charles Babington, Associated Press; John Harwood, CNBC and The New York Times; Alexis Simendinger, RealClearPolitics.com.moreless
    • December 16, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 12.16.11
      12/16/11
      0.0
      Congress fights the clock to avert a government shutdown. Also, now that the last GOP presidential debate before the Iowa caucus is over, who is the frontrunner? Plus, the war in Iraq officially ends as the U.S. hands over military control to Iraqis. Joining Gwen: Jeanne Cummings, Bloomberg News; Dan Balz, The Washington Post; Jeff Zeleny, The New York Times; Laura Meckler, The Wall Street Journalmoreless
    • December 23, 2011
      December 23, 2011
      Season 2011 - Episode 12.23.11
      12/23/11
      0.0
      This week, we look back at 2011 and forward to 2012. We'll analyze battles between Congress and the President, the economy, the killing of Osama bin Laden, the pullout of US troops in Iraq while fighting continues in Afghanistan, and more. Joining Gwen: Helene Cooper, New York Times; Michael Duffy, Time Magazine; Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times; David Wessel, Wall Street Journal.moreless
    • November 17, 1972
      November 17, 1972
      Season 6 - Episode 46
      11/17/72
      0.0
      Discussing the current political issues.
    • November 24, 1972
      November 24, 1972
      Season 6 - Episode 47
      11/24/72
      0.0
      Discussing the current political issues.
    • December 07, 1967
      December 07, 1967
      Season 1 - Episode 41
      12/7/67
      0.0
      Discussing the current political issues.
    • January 04, 1968
      January 04, 1968
      Season 2 - Episode 1
      1/4/68
      0.0
      Discussing the current political issues.
    • January 18, 1968
      January 18, 1968
      Season 2 - Episode 3
      1/18/68
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      Discussing the current political issues.
    • February 01, 1968
      February 01, 1968
      Season 2 - Episode 5
      2/1/68
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      Discussing the current political issues.
    • December 14, 1967
      December 14, 1967
      Season 1 - Episode 42
      12/14/67
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      Discussing the current political issues.
    • December 21, 1967
      December 21, 1967
      Season 1 - Episode 43
      12/21/67
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      Discussing the current political issues.
    • November 02, 1967
      November 02, 1967
      Season 1 - Episode 36
      11/2/67
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      Discussing the current political issues.
    • November 16, 1967
      November 16, 1967
      Season 1 - Episode 38
      11/16/67
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      Discussing the current political issues.
    • November 30, 1967
      November 30, 1967
      Season 1 - Episode 40
      11/30/67
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      Discussing the current political issues.
    • December 28, 1967
      December 28, 1967
      Season 1 - Episode 44
      12/28/67
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      Discussing the current political issues.
    • January 25, 1968
      January 25, 1968
      Season 2 - Episode 4
      1/25/68
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      Discussing the current political issues.
    • January 11, 1968
      January 11, 1968
      Season 2 - Episode 2
      1/11/68
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      Discussing the current political issues.
    • March 14, 1968
      March 14, 1968
      Season 2 - Episode 11
      3/14/68
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      Discussing the current political issues.
    • March 07, 1968
      March 07, 1968
      Season 2 - Episode 10
      3/7/68
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      Discussing the current political issues.
    • April 25, 1968
      April 25, 1968
      Season 2 - Episode 17
      4/25/68
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      Discussing the current political issues.
    • April 18, 1968
      April 18, 1968
      Season 2 - Episode 16
      4/18/68
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      Discussing the current political issues.
    • March 21, 1968
      March 21, 1968
      Season 2 - Episode 12
      3/21/68
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      Discussing the current political issues.
    • March 28, 1968
      March 28, 1968
      Season 2 - Episode 13
      3/28/68
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      Discussing the current political issues.
    • February 29, 1968
      February 29, 1968
      Season 2 - Episode 9
      2/28/68
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    • February 22, 1968
      February 22, 1968
      Season 2 - Episode 8
      2/22/68
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    • February 15, 1968
      February 15, 1968
      Season 2 - Episode 7
      2/15/68
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    • February 08, 1968
      February 08, 1968
      Season 2 - Episode 6
      2/8/68
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    • November 09, 1967
      November 09, 1967
      Season 1 - Episode 37
      11/9/67
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    • November 23, 1967
      November 23, 1967
      Season 1 - Episode 39
      11/23/67
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    • October 05, 1967
      October 05, 1967
      Season 1 - Episode 32
      10/5/67
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    • June 01, 1967
      June 01, 1967
      Season 1 - Episode 15
      6/1/67
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    • July 27, 1967
      July 27, 1967
      Season 1 - Episode 23
      7/27/67
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    • July 20, 1967
      July 20, 1967
      Season 1 - Episode 22
      7/20/67
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    • July 13, 1967
      July 13, 1967
      Season 1 - Episode 21
      7/13/67
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    • June 08, 1967
      June 08, 1967
      Season 1 - Episode 16
      6/8/67
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    • June 15, 1967
      June 15, 1967
      Season 1 - Episode 17
      6/15/67
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    • May 11, 1967
      May 11, 1967
      Season 1 - Episode 12
      5/11/67
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      October 26, 1967
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      December 26, 1968
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      2/23/07
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    • March 30, 2007
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      3/30/07
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      Season 40 - Episode 12
      3/23/07
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      6/1/07
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    • May 25, 2007
      May 25, 2007
      Season 40 - Episode 21
      5/25/07
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    • May 18, 2007
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      Season 40 - Episode 20
      5/18/07
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    • May 11, 2007
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      Season 40 - Episode 19
      5/11/07
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      June 08, 2007
      Season 40 - Episode 23
      6/8/07
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      June 15, 2007
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      6/15/07
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    • July 13, 2007
      July 13, 2007
      Season 40 - Episode 28
      7/13/07
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