The White House announced that the president is planning to speak about health care reform before a joint session of Congress. Joining The Takeaway is Time Magazine reporter Jay Newton-Small and presidential historian Allan Lichtman.
President Obama is back at work, and health care reform undoubtedly will remain at the top of the his agenda. Joining The Takeaway to talk about the path that remains to health care reform is Jay Newton-Small, Washington reporter for Time Magazine.
Joining The Takeaway to make sense of the health care reform debate is Jay Newton-Small, Washington reporter for Time Magazine, Jonathan Wilson, public radio reporter for WAMU in Washington, and Congressman Gerald Connolly.
After several recounts and challenges, Al Franken, humorist turned politician, finally won Minnesota's Senate race. The Takeaway turns to Minnesota Public Radio's Tom Scheck and Time Magazine's Jay Newton-Small to explain the effect on Washington.
President Obama marked his first 100 days in office last night with a prime-time news conference, the third of his presidency, and the first not dominated by the recession. Time Magazine reporter Jay Newton-Small joins us to analyze the press conference.
For a preview of President Obama's national budget outline, we are joined by Jay Newton-Small, a reporter for Time Magazine. The Takeaway discusses how his health care plan and his projections for the budget actually match up.
There are reports that Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius is about to be selected as the new Secretary of Health and Human Services in President Obama's cabinet. We're joined by Steve Kraske at KCUR in Kansas City.
The economic stimulus bill faces its key test vote in the Senate today. Here with a road map for the negotiations ahead are David Herszenhorn of the New York Times and Jay Newton-Small, Washington Correspondent for Time Magazine.
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