Washington Journal


Subjects: Civics, English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Source: C-SPAN

Live examination of the issues and events on Capitol Hill, featuring public-policy officials, a point/counterpoint segment, and viewer call-ins. Viewers nationwide are invited to e-mail questions to journal@c-span.org.

 

Runtimes vary; unrestricted copyright clearance.

Airs Daily at 7:00 am ET


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