Vault - December 30, 1994

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Secret Service Security Breaches 3/13

Secret Service Security Breaches 3/13

Washington Week with Gwen Ifill and National Journal

Two Secret Service agents are being investigated for driving a vehicle into a White House security barricade while under the influence of alcohol. 

Webcast Extra: 2016 Hopefuls in N.H. 3/13

Webcast Extra: 2016 Hopefuls in N.H. 3/13

Washington Week with Gwen Ifill and National Journal

Several potential Republican presidential candidates travelled to New Hampshire this week. 

DOJ's Ferguson Report 3/6

DOJ's Ferguson Report 3/6

Washington Week with Gwen Ifill and National Journal

The Justice Department released a “scathing” report on the systemic racial bias of the Ferguson Police Department.

Webcast Extra: SCOTUS to Tackle Same-Sex Marriage 3/6

Webcast Extra: SCOTUS to Tackle Same-Sex Marriage 3/6

Washington Week with Gwen Ifill and National Journal

On the Webcast Extra, Joan Biskupic of Reuters details the upcoming Supreme Court case tackling the nation's same-sex marriage laws.

Homeland Security Funding Fight in Congress 2/27

Homeland Security Funding Fight in Congress 2/27

Washington Week with Gwen Ifill and National Journal

In the hours before funding for the Department of Homeland Security was set to run out, the House of Representatives failed to pass a 3-week stopgap measure.

Webcast Extra: What Homeland Security Lapse Would Look Like 2/27

Webcast Extra: What Homeland Security Lapse Would Look Like 2/27

Washington Week with Gwen Ifill and National Journal

On the Webcast Extra, NPR's Juana Summers explains the practical impact of failing to fund the Department of Homeland Security.


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