The latest from On Point
Commuter planes that can’t fly. Door handles too hot to touch. The heat dome crushing the southwestern U.S. This week puts other heatwaves to shame. We’ll look at dealing with heat in abnormal new normal.
The unaffordable urban paradise. Richard Florida says that startups are now tearing cities apart.
Start telling one section of society that they're holding back another, and you'll get fierce reactions in no time.
Georgia’s state of mind and message for the nation after the most expensive congressional race ever.
The top 20 percent of this country, not just the top one percenters, is leaving everyone else behind. We’ll talk with the author of "Dream Hoarders."
Many of us remember trips to the grocery store when we were growing up -- riding in the carriage with our parents as they waffled between Cheerios or Wheaties, this brand or that.
Michelle Carter is guilty of involuntary manslaughter after sending her boyfriend text messages urging him to kill himself. What precedent does this set?
“Alexa, I want to order a pound of kale.” We’ll unpack Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods and the future of retail.
Digitized therapy. Are apps the new frontier to manage our mental health? We’ll get the download.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos suspends the crackdown on for-profit college abuses. What else is she up to?
Megyn Kelly’s interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, and what deserves the national television spotlight.
Political violence. The president under investigation. Jeff Sessions testifies. Manslaughter charges in Flint, Michigan. Our weekly news round table goes behind the headlines.
Before Father's Day, the evolving role and perceptions of modern-day dads. What's changing. What's not.
After the baseball field shooting, we’ll look at civil society under fire. Are we coming undone?
American dental. The story our teeth tell about beauty, wealth, poverty and American healthcare.
What’s happening in the U.S. Senate behind closed doors on health care?
Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ testimony, and what’s happening in the U.S. Senate behind closed doors on healthcare.
A New York staging of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” sparks hot controversy in the age of Donald Trump. We’ll go to the play, and its politics.
At President Trump's first full cabinet meeting yesterday, an invitation to lavish praise on the Commander-in-Chief.
Kansas lawmakers – Republicans -- revolt and undo their own austere tax cuts. We’ll unpack what happened to the GOP’s “Kansas Experiment.”