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Washington Week with The Atlantic is the longest-running primetime news and public affairs program on television. The show features a group of journalists participating in a roundtable discussion of major news events and can be found at 8pm ET on most local PBS stations.

Washington Week with The Atlantic full episode, 3/1/24
McConnell’s lasting legacy and his role in Trump's domination of the GOP
Biden’s and Trump’s electoral weaknesses and strengths
Major funding for “Washington Week with The Atlantic” is provided by Consumer Cellular, Otsuka, Kaiser Permanente, the Yuen Foundation, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Episodes
President Nixon's 1972 budget proposal
President Nixon's re-election and tensions with Congressional Democrats.
Ronald Reagan sworn in as President and the Iranian hostages are released.
The Washington Week panel discusses the 1987 confirmation battle over Judge Robert Bork.
President George H.W. Bush pushes his health care reform plan in 1992.
An historic take-over and rumors of a third-party presidential candidate.
The Washington Week panel analyzes the decision to overturn DC's gun law.
The Haiti earthquake, Haiti's history, new bank fees and a hot Senate race
Roundtable analysis of President Obama's first State of the Union address.
The partisan divide, the Christmas terror plot, the review of Don't Ask Don't Tell
Gwen and the panel discuss the polls, attempts at bipartisanship, jobs and Iran
Sen. Evan Bayh retires, the 2010 elections, the stimulus and the debt reduction commission
Extras
Ukraine's 2-year fight for survival against Russia
If Trump returns office, will he abandon Ukraine to Putin?
Russian opposition leader Navalny dies at pivotal moment for world security
How Trump’s legal setbacks affect the 2024 election
Will tanking the bipartisan border deal help or hurt Trump?
How will questions about Biden's age influence voters?
Will Iran-backed militias back down after U.S. retaliatory strikes?
How foreign conflicts could sway American voters in November
Trump closes in on Republican nomination as his campaign plays out in court
As rematch takes shape, Biden uses Trump's tactics
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