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.
Shoshana Zuboff examines the growing business of collecting and selling consumer data. She is interviewed by Nilay Patel, editor in chief of The Verge.
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.
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].
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.
Reniqua Allen examines whether the "American Dream" is attainable today. She's interviewed by [The Root] editor-in-chief Danielle Belton.
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.
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.
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.
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].
Fox News host Tucker Carlson offers his thoughts on elitism in America. He's interviewed by Matt Schlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Union.
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].
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.
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."
Journalist Beth Macy reports on the opioid crisis in America in her book, [Dopesick]. She's interviewed by Representative Gerald Connolly (D-VA).
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).
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).
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.
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.