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    After Words with Charles Rangel

    Representative Charles Rangel talked about his book, And I Haven’t Had a Bad Day Since: From the Streets of Harlem to the Halls of Congress, published by Thomas Dunne Books. The book describes his…

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    House Majority Leader Hoyer Interview with The Hill

    Senator Hoyer spoke to reporters and editors of The Hill about about the Democratic legislative agenda and the House floor schedule leading up to the May Congressional recess.

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    Congress and the Presidency

    Columnist Jim Hill talked about the Obama administration, the 111th Congress, and the state of the Democratic and Republican parties with students from the University of Denver and Pace…

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    Congress and Federal Spending

    Jim Mills talked about the debate in Congress over 9,000 earmarks in the fiscal year 2009 spending package. He responded to telephone calls and electronic mail.

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    1999 Radio and Television Correspondents' Association Dinner

    Radio and television correspondents gathered for their annual dinner and awarded the Barone award to Ms. Judd for her coverage of the Clinton investigation. President Clinton then gave a…

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    1998 Radio and Television Correspondents' Association Dinner

    Radio and television reporters gathered for their annual dinner. Since President and Mrs. Clinton were in Africa, cardboard cutouts were seated at the head table in their stead. CNN won the Barone award for its…

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    Congressional War Powers

    Louis Fisher, Congressional Research Service, talked about the current congressional debate about placing U.S. troops under U.N. control and about the powers of the Congress over military…

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    Washington Saturday Journal

    Political and news events were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists and legislators; and viewer comments.

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    Christmas Lighting Case

    The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the case of Jennings Osborne of Little Rock, in 1994, who appealed an Arkansas court’s decision Osborne v. Power, that ordered Osborne to either…

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    Vernonia School District v. Action

    Mr. Viano discussed the Supreme Court case Vernonia School District v. Action, in which a seventh grader is challenging a school requirement that he must take a drug test before he can play…

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    Supreme Court Term First Week

    Ms. Biskupic reviewed the first week of the new Supreme Court term, including two cases that were argued before the Court, Schlup v. Delo and U.S. v. X-Citement Video.

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    National Information Infrastructure

    A communications executive and two policy advisors talked about technology improvements and regulatory approvals which will contribute to the development of the national information…

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    U.S. Occupation of Haiti

    Robert Greenberger talked about the U.S. occupation of Haiti, where he believed slow progress was being made toward a democratic government. After sharing his thoughts on the situation, he…

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    "Family Friendly" House Schedule

    Two Congressmen, Representatives James Oberstar (D-MN) and Porter Goss (R-FL), have proposed changes in the House schedule to allow members to spend more time with their families. Each of…

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    Interstate Commerce

    Chairwoman Gail McDonald discussed the Interstate Commerce Commission and its regulatory functions.

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    Presidential Appointments

    Recent articles have asserted that the process of presidential appointments has become more politicized in the last twenty years than ever before. The guests discussed whether this is so…

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    House Post Office Investigation

    Paul Rodriguez discussed the investigation into the House Post Office. Topics included the expiration of the federal grand jury at the end of the month, the effect this will have on the…

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    Discharge Petitions Rule Change

    Congressman Solomon discussed the discharge petition vote scheduled in the House later today. The vote will determine whether the names of members who sign discharge petitions to bring…

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    Congressional Reform Committee Background

    University of Maryland Professor Roger Davidson discussed the July 1, 1993 hearing of the Joint Committee on the Organization of Congress, which featured the testimony of former Vice…

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    Congressional Reform Committee Background

    Mr. Davidson discussed the June 8, 1993 hearing of the Joint Committee on the Organization of Congress which centered around the application of laws to Congress. He spoke on the arguments…

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