Pursuing the man who has pursued so many
Washington Correspondent Sarah Smith tells of her pursuit of the former News of the World assistant editor Greg Miskiw – and her experiences of door-stepping the man who ordered so many door-steps.
Mitt Romney overshadowed
Mitt Romney’s official announcement – even with the free chili – will not do anything to change the view that this is one of the weakest republican fields that’s been seen in a very long time. Sarah Smith blogs.
US presidential hopeful Rick Santorum and the curse of notoriety
Former US Senator Rick Santorum has a unique problem in American politics – his name to TOO well known and it is producing far more sniggers than it is supporters, writes Sarah Smith.
Obama can't laugh off birth rumours
Our Washington Correspondent, Sarah Smith, reports on President Obama’s attempts to lay to rest Republican rumours that he was born outside the USA. And Republican fears that the row could rebound on them.
Obama and Libya – and the big question: Why?
Our Washington Correspondent, Sarah Smith looks at the questions the Obama Administration is still to answer about its intervention in Libya.
Who's the target over US 'home-grown terror'?
Channel 4 News Washington Correspondent Sarah Smith looks at the controversial Congressional hearings into “home-grown terrorism” and asks who is really being targeted?
Will age of civility in American politics change Presidential campaign?
US politicians pledged to be less vitriolic in their rhetoric after the shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords. But will this last to the 2012 Presidential campaign?
From Egypt to – Wisconsin?
As protesters in Wisconsin compare their sit in to Egypt, Sarah Smith discovers that pizza is at the centre of keeping their resolve strong.
Obama: from spectator to peace envoy?
Washington Correspondent Sarah Smith blogs on America’s next move amidst Egypt’s power change, and asks if it’s time for President Obama to earn his Nobel Peace Prize?
The strange case of the missing biscuit…who lost the nuclear codes?
Washington correspondent Sarah Smith on claims that Bill Clinton “lost” vital nuclear codes for several months during his time in the White House.