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January 01, 1990 - November 16, 2012 + To the Point
Tomorrow's recall election in Wisconsin and the purge of voting rolls in Florida could determine the outcome of the presidential election.
The Bill of Rights guarantees a trial by jury to every American accused of a crime. So why do more than 95% of defendants plead...
President Obama is taking personal responsibility for deciding which terrorist suspect on a so-called "kill list" will live or die. What are the consequences for...
After the latest massacre by the Assad regime's army, western nations have thrown Syrian diplomats out of their countries, but there's no consensus on what...
Wisconsin’s Republican Governor's become the symbol of conservative efforts to "slay the beast" of government. What's at stake for the presidential race in the swing...
Memorial Day is a holiday dedicated to America’s war dead, but which is spent in very different ways in different cities, towns, neighborhoods and by...
The "PSA test" for prostate cancer has become an annual ritual for millions of middle-aged men. But what’s billed as "early detection" may be doing...
Months before the presidential election, millions of dollars are already being spent on campaign ads. Are you listening? What are the risks of turning you...
Egyptians are making history today, voting to choose their national leader. We look at the candidates and the role of religion, women, the military and...
After sanctions, a threatened oil boycott and possible outright war, Iran may be ready to make concessions about its nuclear program. We get the latest.
Back-to-back summits have produced accords that could have long-term consequences for Afghanistan and the European economy. We hear different opinions about the results.
College graduates have racked up more than a trillion dollars in student loan debt, raising questions about tuition, online learning and the "knowledge economy."
Tomorrow, shares in Facebook will start publically trading. Will it really be a financial milestone or another dotcom disappointment? We hear strikingly different views.
Wall Street's biggest bank lost $2B from risky trading, re-igniting the debate over financial regulation. Should JP Morgan be reigned in before another taxpayer bailout?
500 US citizens are on the FBI's No-Fly list, without explanation or appeal. We hear about the latest in high-tech terrorist technology and the denial...