Diane talks with Mary McCord, Legal Director at the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection and Visiting Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center.
Diane talks with Yoni Appelbaum, senior editor at The Atlantic, about why he thinks impeachment is needed for the country to move forward.
Diane talks with Norman Ornstein,resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute
Diane talks with Elisabeth Rosenthal, editor-in-chief of Kaiser Health News, a contributing opinion writer for the New York Times and author of “An American Sickness: How Healthcare Became Big Business and How You Can Take It Back."
Diane's 2013 interview with poet Maya Angelou is one of her most treasured conversations. In an interview that took place a year before Angelou's death, the women reflect on forgiveness, healing and reconciliation.
Diane talks with José Andrés, owner of ThinkFoodGroup and founder of World Central Kitchen.
As President Trump has battled the election results in courts - and lost, the New Yorker's Susan Glasser tells Diane that his campaign to overturn the 2020 outcome has only reinforced his defeat, over and over again.
Diane talks with Cecilia Kang, technology reporter for the New York Times, about the government's antitrust lawsuit against Facebook and why it's happening now.
Diane asks Richard Hasen, professor of law and political science at U.C. Irvine.
Diane talks with Dr. Angela Rasmussen, virologist and affiliate at the Georgetown Center for Global Health Science and Security, about how the vaccine works and questions about its safety.