France readies for a high-stakes election that could lead to the end of the European Union itself. We’ll look at the populist wave and France.
The U.S. and its allies when Donald Trump promises to put America first. Provocative diplomacy and the new administration.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz joins us, to look at what the world is facing – economically – right now. And Douglas Holtz-Eakin responds.
A top former US diplomat says refugees and tribalism are pulling Europe apart and that the US needs to get involved- to help Europe by helping refugees.
After the Paris Attacks, how to handle the refugees out of Syria in Europe and the U.S. It’s a hot, divisive question. And winter is coming.
The GOP debate. Congress and government shutdown. Clashes as Hungarian troops confront migrants on the border. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
Decision time on the Iran Deal. Kentucky clerk, out of jail. The US looks at the refugees of Syria. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
Migrant crisis in Europe. The Iran deal, cleared. A Kentucky clerk and gay marriage. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
Overtime pay. Diplomatic ties with Cuba. Greece defaults. Iran deadline missed. Chris Christie jumps in. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
The migrant crisis spills into Southeast Asia. Desperate people on the move. Blocked. Abandoned at sea. Europe’s still reeling from its own influx. What’s to be done?
Famed correspondent John Burns has covered the world for 40 years for the New York Times. He’s hanging up his notebook. He joins us.
New breakthroughs on peanut allergies – treatment and prevention. And a question: are we too clean for our own good? Plus: did giant gerbils from Asia really bring the bubonic plague to Europe?
Immigration showdown. ISIS killings. A ceasefire mockery in Ukraine. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
Twenty-one Egyptians beheaded on the shores of Libya by ISIS. On to Rome, they say. We’ll look at North Africa, Europe and the ISIS threat.
War powers and ISIS. Eyeball to eyeball over Ukraine. Alabama, defiant on gay marriage. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
The New York Times’ Roger Cohen and Oxford University’s Tariq Ramadan on terrorism, Jews and Muslims in Europe, displacement, immigration and the way forward.
The Paris attack and the new face of terror: small, soft targets. The coffee shop. The office. If this is it, what do we do?
The terror strike on the French satirical magazine in Paris. We’ll be on the ground with the latest details and the big picture.
The global economic wobble. Europe weakness. China fears. Wild markets. We’ll lay out the global economy now.
Another beheading. Obama and NATO. Nude pics hacked from the cloud. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.