The latest from On Point
Twenty years after Bill Clinton’s sex scandal, is it time to rethink how that played out, and its lessons for now?
The great trust shift. Public trust in institutions at an all-time low. But are we really living in an age of distrust? We’ll explore.
Charles Manson is dead. We'll talk to a Manson biographer about the life he lived, and the lives ended by his murderous cult.
We'll have the latest on the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Sam Sifton and Melissa Clark of the New York Times talk how to do Thanksgiving dinner now.
More women accuse Roy Moore. The tax bill goes after Obamacare. Jeff Sessions’ hazy memory. Our weekly news round table goes behind the headlines.
The Hobby Lobby family’s “Museum of the Bible” opens in Washington with fanfare and controversy over stolen antiquities. We’ll dive in.
President Trump is remaking the federal bench. Naming judges in record numbers. Some called unqualified. We’ll dive in.
We're talking to author A.J. Jacobs about the family tree — his new take on genealogy, DNA and the ties that bind us.
Republicans in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday proposed repealing Obamacare's mandate that all Americans have health insurance as part of their tax overhaul bill. We'll get the latest.
Digital pills that report from inside your body on what you’ve taken and when. They’re approved. Where does this go?
Purge and palace intrigue in Saudi Arabia. The mysterious resignation of Lebanon’s Prime Minister. We’ll try to pull back the curtain on what’s really going on.
The governor of Washington state said Tuesday that President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris climate accord has only encouraged other countries to redouble their efforts to combat...
The United States now stands alone, the world's only country not in the Paris agreement.
On the heels of the Las Vegas and Texas massacres, Newtown families want gun makers held liable. They’re in court again. Could this be the way?
A Senate candidate in Alabama is accused of pursuing teen girls, one as young as 14, when he was in his early 30s. Roy Moore, a Republican, refuses to drop...
President Trump pitches his “America First” trade policy in Asia. We’ll look at what’s really going on with US-China trade and beyond.
The floodgates have opened on calling out sexual abuse and harassment. Are we at a tipping point? What’s on the other side?
Democratic victories in Virginia and elsewhere. President Trump's trip to Asia. Allegations against a Senate candidate. And the latest developments on the shooting at a church in Texas.
Tom is in Ames, Iowa, last stop on the show’s year-long national listening tour, talking with Iowans about the country’s way ahead.