Future of Democrats

November 12, 2002

Now that the GOP holds both the White House and majorities in both chambers of Congress, Democrats around the country are wondering what direction the party will take heading into the 2004 elections. Diane and her guests talk about the...

Harvey Pitt and the SEC

November 7, 2002

Embattled SEC chairman Harvey Pitt resigned Tuesday night after coming under intense criticism for his handling of the appointment of ex-CIA chief William Webster to head an accounting oversight board. Diane talks with a panel about Pitt's...

Election Analysis: Gubernatorial

November 6, 2002

Post-election analysis continues with a focus on results in the governors' races around the country - the large number of female candidates, the key states of California, Florida and Texas, and much more.

Election Analysis: Congress

November 6, 2002

Get the latest returns and expert analysis of Tuesday's results in House and Senate races around the country. Diane and her panel of political experts talk about what it will all mean for the new Congress in January - and for the lame-duck...

Election Day Thoughts

November 5, 2002

Diane talks with listeners and experts around the country about the campaigns of 2002 and their hopes and expectations for the congressional and gubernatorial elections.

Madeleine Albright

November 5, 2002

The former Secretary of State joins Diane to talk about U.S. policy toward Iraq, North Korea, and other nations in the headlines, plus the latest on U.S. relations with our allies in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, and the diplomatic...

History of Voting

November 4, 2002

On the eve of Election Day, Diane and her guests take a look at how our voting system came to be, from the Founding Fathers, through the suffragette and civil rights movements, up to current debates over voting rights and systems.

Senate Races

October 29, 2002

Mid term elections are one week away. A panel of political analysts discusses some of the many close Senate races across the country and prospects for Senate party control.

U.N. Resolution on Iraq

October 28, 2002

A panel talks about the work in the U.N. on a resolution against Iraq, and what the ongoing negotiations and their outcome mean for U.S. policy towards Iraq.

Rep. J.C. Watts: "What Color Is a Conservative?" (Harper Collins)

October 23, 2002

Rep. J.C. Watts (R-OK), currently serving as chairman of the Republican Conference in the U.S. House of Representatives, announced earlier this year that he's leaving the House at the end of his term. He joins Diane to discuss his years in...

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