New US diplomacy in the Middle East has raised some hope of getting Israel and the Palestinians in the same room at the same time. What's the role of the so-called "Israel Lobby" in Washington? Is it too conservative for many American Jews? Is it so powerful that it has stifled debate on US policy in the Middle East? Also, Protestant leader Ian Paisley and Gerry Adams of Sinn Féin agree to power-sharing negotiations and, on Reporter's Notebook, a new study on day-care options for the children of working parents.
New Controversy over the So-called Israeli Lobby
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Day Care Linked to Later Behavioral Issues
Working parents all over the country are struggling over what to do with their pre-schoolers when they themselves aren't available. Should the kids get nanny care, family...
Paisley and Adams Strike Historic Deal in Northern Ireland
In Belfast, Northern Ireland today, a joint news conference many thought never would happen. They did not shake hands--but Ian Paisley of the Protestant Democratic...