Emotions flare at divided State of the Union

Emotions flare at divided State of the Union

JUDY WOODRUFF: We now move to the other end of the Capitol, where, in the U.S. House of Representatives chamber last night, President Trump addressed the nation. The deep political divisions of our time were on clear display. Yamiche Alcindor is back to unpack the speech. PAUL IRVING, U.S. House of Representatives Sergeant at Arms: […]

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Bloomberg overgeneralizing black community: Herman Cain

Bloomberg overgeneralizing black community: Herman Cain

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State Of The Union will cause Americans to rally around nation: James

State Of The Union will cause Americans to rally around nation: James

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Possible impact of state of the union address, Iowa caucus debacle | Political Panel

Possible impact of state of the union address, Iowa caucus debacle | Political Panel

From the chaos in Iowa last night to the triumphant tone from Trump tonight. Our panel of political experts is watching. David Frum, senior editor with the Atlantic is here with me in Washington. Republican strategist Jai Chabria is in Columbus Ohio. And Democratic strategist Tracy Sefl is joining us from Washington. So everyone, thank […]

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What topics will Trump cover in State of the Union?

What topics will Trump cover in State of the Union?

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Kevin as a union worker and was told his job was safe. He is now homeless in Portland.

Kevin as a union worker and was told his job was safe. He is now homeless in Portland.

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State of the Union 2019 — interview with Marc Thiessen and Danielle Pletka | VIEWPOINT

State of the Union 2019 — interview with Marc Thiessen and Danielle Pletka | VIEWPOINT

Marc: We’ll never get rid of the State of the Union because only once a year does the president of the United States get to speak to 48, 50 million people, unfiltered by the media. Danielle: Good morning. Marc Thiessen, your resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, previously chief speech writer to George W. […]

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Valor y Cambio: A Community Currency Project in Puerto Rico

Valor y Cambio: A Community Currency Project in Puerto Rico

[MUSIC PLAYING] [NON-ENGLISH SPEECH] What? My name is Frances Negron-Muntaner. I am a professor at Columbia University in the Department of English and Comparative Literature. And the project that I’ve been developing is called Valor y Cambio which is supported by the Center for the Study of Social Difference. And it emerged from a working […]

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A lump of coal minus a canary – December 30th – TimeGhost of Christmas Past – Day 7

A lump of coal minus a canary – December 30th – TimeGhost of Christmas Past – Day 7

The Swan Song for the Canary in the Coal Mine? For many people, December 30th is the last day of work of the year. But, you know, for anyone working in a coal mine, particularly going back through the past, every work day can be the last day of your life. So on this the […]

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