HHS Secretary Donna Shalala

October 27, 2000

Donna Shalala, the secretary of Health and Human Services, joins Diane in her hometown of Cleveland, Ohio, to look back at her tenure in the Clinton Administration, and to talk about the many health-related issues that have been important...

Open Phones

October 26, 2000

Due to fog in Washington D.C., Art Speigelman and Francoise Mouly were unable to join Diane as scheduled. The interview will be rescheduled. Diane instead opened the phones for conversation with listeners on the national elections and...

Truth-telling in Political Campaigns

October 23, 2000

Vice President Al Gore has been sharply rebuked by his opponents for misstating the truth. Whether mistakes or lies, these missteps have become a focal point for Bush supporters. But some observers say that Bush's public misstatements have...

Samuel Berger

October 19, 2000

National security advisor Samuel "Sandy" Berger joins Diane to talk about President Clinton's foreign policy legacy, from Somalia to Northern Ireland to Serbia and beyond.

Debate Analysis

October 18, 2000

The morning after the final presidential debate, Diane and her guests analyze the candidates' performances, and talk about how the debate could influence voters in the final weeks before the election.

Hadassah Lieberman

October 13, 2000

Hadassah Lieberman is the wife of the Democratic candidate for vice president, Connecticut Sen. Joseph Lieberman. She joins Diane to talk about the reaction to the nomination of her husband, a Jewish man, to the number two position in the...

Debate Analysis

October 12, 2000

The morning after the second presidential debate, guests compare the second debate to the first, and talk about how these events may be influencing voters in the final weeks of the campaigns.

International Debt Relief

October 10, 2000

A panel talks about the growing consensus that substantial debt relief is the best way to bring so-called developing countries into the global economy with consideration for the needs of those countries' citizens.

Debate Analysis

October 4, 2000

The morning after the first debate between presidential candidates Al Gore and George Bush, Diane talks with people all around the country about each man's performance, and about what effect the debates may have on public opinion in the...

Elections in Yugoslavia

September 28, 2000

Observers have been pleasantly surprised at the civility that prevailed during and since Sunday's elections in Yugoslavia, but whether longtime President Slobodan Milosevic will allow a peaceful transition of leadership remains to be seen...

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