The wild, funny, blithely offensive comedian Russell Brand takes on the world’s woes with us. He says he’s got the answer.
All about hard cider. It’s all over these days. And sweet, fresh apple cider, too. We’ll look at the history and comeback.
#WhyIStayed. We’re looking at women in and out of relationships of domestic violence.
Seventy years ago, 160,000 allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy for D-Day. Now they’re turning 90. We remember.
Historic elections in India. We’ll go deep on the results and what they’ll mean for India, the world and the US.
Grammy-winning folk-rock musician Ray LaMontagne goes psychedelic in his brand-new album, “Supernova.”
A Sherpa boycott on Everest after a deadly avalanche. We’ll look at climbing, culture, life, death and money at the top of the world.
Oceans in Space. The new discovery on a moon of Saturn, and the possibility of life there.
The future of the GOP from Obamacare to 2016. We’ll talk to Ohio Senator Rob Portman and Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal.
What are the odds? Nobody won the perfect March Madness bracket billion. We’ll look at the science and emotions of probability.
From Chicago, a young, new poet gives voice to one of America’s great cities, and its tough streets. Malcolm London joins us.
We’ll talk with Russian political activist, and world chess champion Garry Kasparov about Russia, Ukraine and going after Vladimir Putin’s oligarchs.
Alt-rock goddess Annie Clark -- aka St. Vincent – is with us with her latest album, “St. Vincent.”
When dementia comes. "Father of the Bride” and “Nashville” star Kimberly Williams-Paisley opens up about facing -- dealing with -- her mother’s dementia.
American teens are stressed. They may not outgrow it in adulthood says a new report. We’ll look at troubling new findings, and solutions.
Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers is warning of deep economic stagnation, or “secular stagnation.” He’ll explain, plus his thoughts on the debt and deficit, income inequality, infrastructure investment and more.
Fighting for life without parole for young offenders. Tough states do not want to back down -- or re-open old cases.
Sports and politics at the Winter Olympics in Sochi. We’ll talk with top Olympians -- Alpine skier Mikaela Shiffrin and figure skater Jason Brown -- on the games in Russia.
Outbreaks of measles, whooping cough and more are growing, spreading because of the anti-vaccine movement. Now there’s pushback. We’ll check in.
Out with the old. We’re listening to great new music – a new playlist – for 2014. Don’t miss it.