Former Virginia Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe recounts events that led up to the tragedy in Charlottesville following the Unite the Right rally in 2017. He's interviewed by Slate editor Dahlia Lithwick.
Journalist Natalie Wexler argues that the U.S. education system can be improved by expanding the curriculum content of elementary school students in history, science, & the arts. She's interviewed by Kaya Henderson former chancellor of DC Public Scho
Michael Malice discusses his first-hand account of the far right movement and its origins. He's interviewed by Ben Domenech, publisher of the Federalist.
MSNBC's Joy-Ann Reid argues that President Trump is damaging American democracy. She's interviewed by author and journalist Sophia Nelson.
The Federalist's Mollie Hemingway & Judicial Crisis Network's Carrie Severino examine the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh & the future of the Court. They are interviewed by LA Times Supreme Court correspondent David Savage.
Former Bush administration Special Adviser for Cyber Security Richard Clarke discusses how to make cyberspace less dangerous. He's interviewed by Dustin Volz, cybersecurity and intelligence reporter for the Wall Street Journal.
Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens died on Tuesday. He was 99-years-old. In this program from 2014, Mr. Stevens talks about his book, [Six Amendments: How and Why We Should Change the Constitution].
Jamil Jivani examines the rise in violence committed by young men around the world. He's interviewed by Brooklyn Law School professor Bennett Capers.
George Sorial discusses his time as an executive in the Trump Organization. He's interviewed by John Avlon, CNN Anchor and Senior Political Analyst.
Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist George Will offers his thoughts on American conservatism. He's interviewed by Jonah Goldberg, National Review senior editor.
Anuradha Bhagwati details her time in the Marine Corps and her efforts to overturn the ban on women in combat. She is interviewed by Lt. Colonel Kate Germano, author of [Fight Like a Girl].
60 Minutes correspondent Scott Pelley discusses major news events he's covered as a reporter and offers his thoughts on a free press. He's interviewed by CNN political analyst David Gregory.
CNN's Chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta offers his first-hand account of covering the Trump Administration. He's interviewed by Jay Rosen, founder of PressThink and New York University journalism professor.
Former CIA intelligence analyst Nada Bakos offers insight into the inner workings of the agency and her work in tracking terrorists. She's interviewed by the Intelligence Committee's Rep. Andre Carson (D-IN).
Former [New York Times] executive editor Jill Abramson reports on the state of the news business with the influx of new technologies. She's interviewed by Vivian Schiller, former president and CEO of NPR.
Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) offers his thoughts on the overreach of government in colonial times and today. He's interviewed by Georgetown Law professor Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz.
Longtime American Enterprise Institute president Arthur Brooks offers strategies on how to bridge the political divide in America. He's interviewed by Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE).
Journalist Rachel Louise Snyder reports on the intersection of domestic violence with other social issues impacting American society. She's interviewed by Representative Debbie Dingell (D-MI).
Stanford University professor Jennifer Eberhardt offers her insights on implicit racial bias. She's intereviewed by Rep. Val Demings (D-FL).
Preet Bharara provides an inside look at how the judicial process works drawing from his personal experiences & case histories as a fmr. federal prosecutor for the Southern District of New York. He's interviewed by Sen. Richard Blumenthal of Connecti
George Papadopoulos details his role in the Trump administration and the Russia investigation. He is interviewed by the [Wall Street Journal] justice department reporter Aruna Viswanatha.
Senator Doug Jones (D-AL) recounts his prosecution of two former KKK members involved in the 1963 Birmingham church bombing that killed four black girls. He's interviewed by author and journalist Diane McWhorter.
Reniqua Allen examines whether the "American Dream" is attainable today. She's interviewed by [The Root] editor-in-chief Danielle Belton.
Georgetown University professor Angela Stent examines Russia's foreign policy and international goals. She's interviewed by Representative Dina Titus (D-NV), a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee.
Victor Davis Hanson discusses the campaign, election, and presidency of Donald Trump. He's interviewed by former Congressman Dave Brat (R-VA).
Investigative reporter Vicky Ward reports on the careers of Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump and their roles in the Trump administration. She's interviewed by former New York Observer Editor in Chief Elizabeth Spiers.
Former New Jersey Governor and presidential candidate Chris Christie discusses his political career and offers his insights about President Trump's administration. He's interviewed by CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett.
Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe discusses his career, the FBI, and his firing from the Bureau. He's interviewed by [New York Times] reporter Adam Goldman.
The [Washington Post]'s Jason Rezaian discusses the 544 days he was held in an Iranian prison. He's interviewed by Rep. Jared Huffman of California.
Former Trump Administration strategist Sebastian Gorka offers his thoughts on how the U.S. can strengthen its national security. He's interviewed by Amb. Paula Dobriansky, fmr. Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs in the Bush administration.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson offers his thoughts on elitism in America. He's interviewed by Matt Schlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Union.
Shoshana Zuboff examines the growing business of collecting and selling consumer data. She is interviewed by Nilay Patel, editor in chief of The Verge.
Stephanie Land discusses her path from working as a maid to earning a journalism degree and later writing about the working poor. She is interviewed by Rachel Schneider, co-author of [The Financial Diaries].
On Friday, former Trump adviser Roger Stone was arrested & indicted on charges of making false statements to Special Counsel Robert Mueller, obstruction of justice, and witness tampering. In this 2017 interview, Stone discusses the 2016 election.
Economist Stephen Moore discusses the economic policies of the Trump administration. He is interviewed by Veronique de Rugy, senior research fellow at George Mason University Mercatus Center.
Louise Shelley examines the growth in illegal trade globally with the emergence of new technologies. She's interviewed by Yaya Fanusie of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.
Former White House speechwriter and [The Atlantic] columnist David Frum argues that the Trump presidency is damaging American democracy. He is interviewed by [Washington Post] book critic and associate editor Carlos Lozada.
Tara Westover details her life growing up with survivalist parents in the Idaho mountains and her introduction to formal education at age 17. She is interviewed by author and journalist Susannah Cahalan.
Former military intelligence officer Malcolm Nance examines cyber warfare and other tactics used by Russia to interfere with the 2016 presidential election. He is interviewed by Suzanne Spaulding, former Homeland Security under secretary.
Journalist Jerome Corsi argues that there is an effort to thwart the presidency of Donald J. Trump. He is interviewed by investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson.
Syndicated columnist Jonah Goldberg argues that tribalism, populism, and nationalism are threatening American democracy. He's interviewed by John Podhoretz, editor of [Commentary] magazine.
Citizens United president David Bossie and former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski argue that Washington bureaucrats are seeking to undermine the presidency of Donald Trump. They're interviewed by Sharyl Attkisson, author of [Smear].
Activist and Pod Save the People podcast host DeRay Mckesson reflects on his work with Black Lives Matter and offers the framework he believes will move social justice activism forward. He's interviewed by NAACP president and CEO Derrick Johnson.
Economist Stephen Moore discusses the economic policies of the Trump administration. He's interviewed by Veronique de Rugy, senior research fellow at George Mason University Mercatus Center.
Human Rights Campaign press secretary Sarah McBride discusses her life as a transgender person and LGBTQ rights. She is interviewed by Vanita Gupta, former head of the U.S. Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division during the Obama administration
South Carolina Republicans Senator Tim Scott and Representative Trey Gowdy discuss their friendship and time in Congress. They are interviewed by former South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint.
Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors discusses her life, activism, and the beginnings of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Economist Dambisa Moyo discusses why democracies around the world are failing to produce economic growth. She's interviewed by Jason Furman, former Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers during the Obama Administration.
Vice President Mike Pence's daughter Charlotte Pence shares important lessons she's learned from her father. She's interviewed by Kate Brower, journalist and author of "First in Line: Presidents, Vice Presidents, and the Pursuit of Power."
Lt. Col. (Ret.) Kate Germano discusses gender bias in the military. She's interviewed by Military Times reporter Todd South.
Journalist Beth Macy reports on the opioid crisis in America in her book, [Dopesick]. She's interviewed by Representative Gerald Connolly (D-VA).
National Review executive editor Reihan Salam argues the case against open borders. He's interviewed by Doris Meissner, former commissioner of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas reflects on living in the United States as an undocumented immigrant. He's interviewed by Rinku Sen, senior strategist for Race Forward and author of [The Accidental American].
Political writer Derek Hunter offers his thoughts on how progressives influence academia, the media, and pop culture to advance their agenda. He's interviewed by Brent Bozell, founder and president of the Media Research Center.
Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) argues that the country lacks unity and offers his thoughts on how to repair it. He's interviewed by Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute.
Gina Loudon, Fox News guest analyst and member of the Trump 2020 Campaign Media Advisory Board, offers her analysis of the current political climate. She's interviewed by Representative Louie Gohmert (R-TX).
Former Secretary of State John Kerry discusses his life and career. He's interviewed by former Congresswoman Jane Harman, current President and CEO of the Wilson Center.
New York Magazine's Rebecca Traister traces the history of female anger and how it has fueled political movements. She's interviewed by Brittany Cooper, Rutgers University Women's & Gender Studies professor and author of "Eloquent Rage."
Emory University professor Carol Anderson chronicles the changes to voting requirements following the 2013 Supreme Court ruling in [Shelby v. Holder]. She's interviewed by Representative Jamie Raskin (D-MD).
Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) talks about his book [Conscience of a Conservative], in which he calls for a return to core conservative principles. He is interviewed by S.E. Cupp.
Obama administration Education Secretary Arne Duncan discusses the successes and failures of schools in America. He's interviewed by Kaya Henderson, former chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools.
Physician Mona Hanna-Attisha details her efforts to provide scientific evidence that children in Flint, Michigan, were being exposed to lead poisoning through the water supply. She's interviewed by Senator Gary Peters (D-MI).
Comedian and actor D.L. Hughley shares his thoughts on race in America. He's interviewed by Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY).