The latest from On Point
Robert Mueller’s investigation is looking into Trump finances and Russia. So will we.
When a cleaner footprint is no longer enough on climate change. Scientists now say we need negative CO2 emissions. Cleaning carbon from our skies.
The GOP health care push collapses. Trump and Putin’s private conversation. John McCain fights brain cancer. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
Minnesota Senator Al Franken joins us. The one time comedian shares his view of Washington now.
Doctors say Sen. John McCain has a brain tumor. What could a McCain absence mean for the Senate? For Congress? We'll dig in.
The White House’s voter fraud commission meets for the first time this week. There’s a big backlash across the country. We’ll get the whole story.
Beyoncé’s out front with new twins. A pregnant Serena Williams is nude on the cover of Vanity Fair. We’ll look at American images of black motherhood.
The Trump administration is talking tough tariffs on imported steel. Will that make America great again?
Talk in the West Wing about using a private army of mercenaries to take over the war in Afghanistan. Blackwater founder Erik Prince is with us.
A proposed natural gas pipeline would cut through a portion of the Appalachian Trail in Virginia. We'll look at what the impacts could be.
With the collapse of the current GOP effort to repeal and replace Obamacare, what’s next?
The Yellowstone Grizzly has been taken off the threatened species list. Many conservationists say that’s a big mistake.
Last week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions praised the Drug Abuse Resistance Education, or D.A.R.E, program, but decades-worth of research doesn’t back that up.
The Senate unveils its revised health care bill. We’ll unpack what’s in it, and where it goes from here.
With the death of China’s dissident Liu Xiaobo, we look at human rights under the Trump administration.
Don Jr.’s emails. FBI nominee says heck no to a loyalty pledge. GOP stares down failure on health care bill. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
What’s the media’s responsibility to vulnerable audiences? The new Netflix film about anorexia stirs the pot.
After a bad bank loan for Burlington College, Jane Sanders, wife of Sen. Bernie Sanders, resigned as college president, and the school folded. Now, the U.S. is investigating. We'll dig in.
The NFL is losing two major sponsors -- Viagra and Cialis. Ad sales are down. Ratings are dipping. What's up with the NFL?
A ProPublica and New York Times investigation of President Trump’s regulatory rollbacks raises red flags. We’ll dig in.