Dan Balz, chief correspondent at the Washington Post on his new book called "Collision 2012: Obama vs. Romney and the Future of Elections in America."
Dan Balz, Susan Page and Carolyn Ryan join Chuck Todd to discuss the upcoming primary races leading to the 2014 midterm elections.
Jon Meacham, editor of Newsweek, will anchor a six-hour live webcast covering the Super Tuesday primaries on February 5. The webcast will originate from the Washington Post Newsweek Interactive studios in Arlington, Virginia.The show will have a line-up of reporters and columnists from the Post and Newsweek including Jonathan Alter, Dan Balz, Howard Fineman, Michael Isikoff, Anne Kornblut, Howard Kurtz, Ruth Marcus and Sally Quinn.
Top Democrat says if Shinseki stays, it could cost Democrats the Senate. The Washington Post's Dan Balz weighs in.
John King, Margaret Talev and Dan Balz discuss the GOP's big primary wins in Oregon, Georgia, Idaho and Kentucky.
John King, Margaret Talev and Dan Balz on Marjorie Margolies loss in Pennsylvania, despite help from the Clintons.
John King, Margaret Talev and Dan Balz on the Kentucky matchup between Mitch McConnell and Alison Lundergan Grimes.
John King, Margaret Talev & Dan Balz weigh in on the announcement that Obama will meet with Secy. Shinseki later today.
Dan Balz wrote the book Collision 2012, which covered the last presidential election and Gov. Chris Christie's decision not to run for president. Balz says it appears that Christie is preparing for a presidential run in 2016.
As Congress prepares to start its month-long August recess, it is on track to being the least productive in history. What will it take to get the White House and Congress to break through the Washington gridlock? Joining Gwen: Dan Balz, Washington Post; Jackie Calmes, The New York Times and John Dickerson, Slate Magazine and CBS News.
Dan Balz is Chief Correspondent at the Washington Post, covering national politics. He
previously served as White House Correspondent. Balz authored the New York Times
bestseller, The Battle for America 2008.
Several national polls now show GOP hopeful Rick Santorum in a new dead heat with longtime front-runner Mitt Romney. Gwen Ifill discusses Santorum's rise and efforts to win Michigan's Feb. 28 primary with The Washington Post's Dan Balz and Bill Ballenger of the Inside Michigan Politics newsletter.
As the president leaves for his Hawaiian vacation, Dan Balz discusses the optics of his year-end press conference. Will the nomination of Max Baucus to be Ambassador to China get a smooth confirmation in the Senate? Susan Davis discusses. Pete Williams discusses federal sentencing guidelines for drug charges, and Greg Ip compares Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke to his predecessor Alan Greenspan.
After Mitt Romney announced Paul Ryan as his running mate, the Obama and Romney campaigns have tried to capitalize on the news, especially in key swing states. How might Ryan affect the election outcome? Judy Woodruff talks campaign strategy with Dan Balz of The Washington Post and NewsHour Politics Editor Christina Bellantoni.
Dan Balz, who has been with The Washington Post since 1978 and is its chief political correspondent, sits down with guest host Charles Bierbauer to discuss the 2012 campaign, beginning in the early days of the crowded primary and leading up to election night. He also discusses the politics inside Washington now, compared to 30 years ago.
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