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  • Webcast Extra - November 23, 2011

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    11/23/11

    On the Webcast Extra: Mitt Romney releases a television advertisement that uses Barack Obama's words out of context. And what are Romney's chances in Iowa? Also, is Grover Norquist the Democrats' budget bogeyman. And why the Holiday economic news is a little better this year.moreless
  • Webcast Extra - November 18, 2011

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    11/18/11

    On the Webcast Extra: The latest National Journal poll on the debt reduction deal. Who's more skeptical, Democrats or Republicans? Also, will the Supreme Court make history allowing cameras in the courtroom to hear the legal challenges to health care reform? And, Rick Perry turns President Obama's "lazy" comment into a campaign ad.moreless
  • The GOP Debate In Under 5 Minutes

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    11/10/11

    The GOP candidates for President met last night in Michigan to debate the economy. We pull together the most important moments and condensed the debate down to 5 minutes.
  • Webcast Extra - November 4, 2011

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    11/4/11

    On the Webcast Extra: Politics is at its most interesting when politicians color outside the lines. GOP candidates Rick Perry and Herman Cain loosen up with humor while hitting the campaign trail. And, who are the Koch brothers? Plus, economic optimists are mostly in the upper middle class group and the pessimists are in the working middle classes. How will Obama avoid alienating either group?moreless
  • Webcast Extra - October 28, 2011

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    10/28/11

    On the Webcast Extra: the panelists respond to the viral Herman Cain video of his campaign manager smoking a cigarette. Also, is there room in the campaign for another front runner? And the Obama administration still struggles to take control of the economy. Plus, the super committee has some wiggle room when it comes to budget cuts.moreless
  • Webcast Extra - October 21, 2011

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    10/21/11

    A day after Moamar Gadhafi's death, the U.N. Security Council has condemned Yemen's President Saleh for refusing to cede power. If Saleh is ousted, how will this play out for other countries like Assad and Syria? Plus, a poll indicates that the Occupy Wall Street movement reflects the frustration of Americans. And, are the GOP debates beginning to feel more like a reality TV series?moreless
  • Webcast Extra - October 14, 2011

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    10/14/11

    The National Journal Insiders Poll shows overwhelming bipartisan support for Florida senator Marco Rubio to be the Republican vice-presidential nominee. Plus, Karen Tumulty behind the scenes experience moderating the latest GOP debate. Also, President Obama's upcoming bus tour to NC and VA and why the relationship between the US & Iran never improves.moreless
  • Webcast Extra - September 30, 2011

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    9/30/11

    American-born terrorist leader Anwar al-Awlaki operated the most active Al-Qaeda branch and was obsessed with killing Americans. What is the status of al-Qaeda now? Florida's decision to change their primary date has the GOP scrambling. And with regular budget fights in Congress, have they gone mad?moreless
  • Webcast Extra - May 20, 2011

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    5/20/11

    Time Magazine asks, 'What makes powerful men pigs?' and our panel answers. A National Journal Political Insiders Poll shows the Democrats and Republicans both think Tim Pawlenty benefits most from Mike Huckabee's decision not to run. Also, a look at Obama's Mid-East speech intended audience and what happens to Dominique Strauss-Kahn now.moreless
  • From the Vault, Nov. 26, 1993

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    11/24/10

    The end of the Congressional session in 1993 with a number of Clinton initiatives passing Congress and a crisis averted for Thanksgiving week travelers as the White House brings American Airlines and its flight attendants to the bargaining table.moreless
  • Vault Video -- May 14, 1993

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    5/14/93

    The issue of cutting the deficit was front and center in the spring of 1993. The issues then seem to be the same as they are now. Bill Clinton's deficit reduction plan increased taxes and created a deficit reduction trust fund.moreless
  • Webcast Extra - July 20, 2012

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    7/21/12

    On the Webcast Extra: Michele Bachmann incited some controversy this week when she, along with four other Republicans, accused Hillary Clinton'?s advisor Huma Abedin of ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. John McCain came to her defense. Also, as the campaign continues, our panelists speculate the list of Romney'?s potential VP pick.moreless
  • Washington Week - Minneapolis Edition

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    8/28/08

    "As the eyes of the country turn to Tampa for the 2012 Republican Convention, we take a look back to our August 2008 Minneapolis roadshow where presidential candidate John McCain picked running mate Sarah Palin just hours before. Joining Gwen: Michael Duffy, TIME Magazine; Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times; John Dickerson, Slate Magazine; and Michele Norris, NPR.moreless
  • The Backstory: 9/11 and the Death of Osama bin Laden

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    Martha Raddatz, ABC News Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent, recalls a personal conversation with her son on the night Osama bin Laden was killed. She also discusses how September 11th changed Americans and changed journalism in Washington Week's "The Backstory."moreless
  • May 4, 2012

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    The U.S. and China continue to negotiate over activist Chen Guangcheng's travel to America. Plus, President Obama visited Afghanistan on the one year anniversary of Osama bin Laden's death. Also, new unemployment numbers and the 2012 presidential race. Joining Gwen: Martha Raddatz, ABC News; Peter Baker, New York Times; David Wessel, Wall Street Journal; Charles Babington, Associated Press.moreless
  • Webcast Extra - May 4, 2012

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    On the Webcast Extra: Today's unemployment numbers can be viewed in a variety of ways. How do these different interpretations influence rhetoric on the campaign trail? Plus, the link between educational attainment and unemployment. Also, what is needed to make the new agreement between Afghanistan and the US a success? And what the Virginia senate race might say about the presidential election.moreless
  • Webcast Extra - June 1, 2012

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    On the Webcast Extra: The economies and unemployment rates in swing-states are better than in other parts of the country. How will this affect the presidential campaign? Plus, how do the candidates compare in terms of Latino and White voters in swing-states? Also, what a non-guilt verdict in the John Edwards trial means to his political future.moreless
  • Webcast Extra - May 25, 2012

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    On the Webcast Extra: Obama attacks Romney's record at Bain Capital as both try to control Romney's image. National Journal's Political Insiders poll asks if this tactic is effective. And has Obama abandoned bringing people together in favor of more aggressive campaigning?moreless
  • Town Hall: June 29, 2012

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    Gwen Ifill hosts an immigration electronic town hall with PBS Stations in Arizona and California.
  • From the Vault: Wikileaks

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    Britain's Supreme Court wants to deport Wikileak founder Julian Assange to Sweden to face sex-crime allegations. Assange is also facing espionage charges in the U.S. for publishing hundreds of thousands of classified U.S. military and diplomatic documents. The case against Assange from the Vault with Gwen Ifill, Karen Tumulty, Washington Post; Pete Williams, NBC News; and Martha Raddatz, ABC News.moreless
  • The Backstory: Covering the President

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    What's it like to be a reporter covering a president who's also running for re-election? Gwen Ifill gets "The Backstory" from Peter Baker of The New York Times who explains what it's like traveling on on Air Force One with President Obama, the time pressures and fine line between official duties and campaigning.moreless
  • From the Vault: 2008 Bank Bailout

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    The 2008 financial crisis and bank bailouts have undoubtedly shaped the current economy and the politics leading to the 2012 Presidential election. How did the 2008 presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama approach these subjects in their campaigns? Joining Gwen: Jeff Zeleny, New York Times; Charles Babington, Associated Press; John Dickerson, Slate/CBS News; Jeanne Cummings, Politico.moreless
  • Webcast Extra - May 18, 2012

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    On the Webcast Extra: Deb Fischer surprising won a Senate primary in Nebraska this week. Also, George W. Bush endorses Mitt Romney. Meanwhile, world leaders are converging on Camp David for the G-8 summit. Also, according to the latest unemployment numbers, our workforce is shrinking. Where is everyone going?moreless
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