Washington Week

Post-Shutdown Washington: Political Divides & Dysfunction

President Barack Obama signed a law to end the government shutdown and extend the U.S. debt limit into 2014. We examine the real cost of the shutdown and what it will take to overcome Washington dysfunction to reach a budget deal. Joining Gwen: Dan Balz, Washington Post; Charles Babington, Associated Press; Jackie Calmes, The New York Times; Jeff Zeleny, ABC News. 
  • Obama's Asia Pivot, Rand Paul's GOP Rise
  • Ukraine Crisis, Defending Obamacare, Campaign Fundraising
  • Sebelius Resigns, Civil Rights Summit, Income Inequality
  • Campaign Donation Limits; Healthcare Politics
  • Obama admonishes Putin, the Pope & the President, SCOTUS
  • Crisis in Ukraine, U.S. Foreign Policy Credentials, 2014 Mid
  • Scott Brown's Comeback, Kerry-Lavrov Relationship, Ukraine
  • Russia-Ukraine Standoff, Feinstein vs CIA
  • Domestic and International Politics Surrounding Ukraine
  • Tensions Escalate in Ukraine and Republicans Gather at CPAC
  • Lawmakers & Shutdown Pay, Fixing Healthcare.gov
  • Ukraine, Equal Rights for LGBT community, Dingell retirement
  • Ukraine Erupts, Minimum Wage, 2014 Election Spending
  • Is Scott Brown trying to make a New Hampshire comeback?
  • Obama's Clean Debt Ceiling Bill, Obamacare Delays & GOP 2014
  • Healthcare & Jobs, Economic Jitters, Healthcare Law
  • State of the Union, Obama's Action Agenda and GOP Response
  • GOP War on Women, Clemency for Snowden, and the SOTU
  • Christie Saga, McDonnell's Downfall, Election Reform
  • NSA Reforms, Benghazi Probe, ACA Political Fallout
  • What Will 2014 Bring In Washington?
  • The Stories That Shaped 2013
  • Obama's End of Year Presser, Monitoring the NSA
  • Budget Breakthroughs, White House Shake-ups, and Diplomacy

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