President Obama bids farewell. We’ll weigh his message from Chicago and his years in the White House.
Obamacare showdown. Russian hacking hearing. Terror in Istanbul. Mariah Carey’s New Year’s meltdown. Our weekly news round table goes behind the headlines.
Ford nixes a Mexico plant and promises 700 U.S. jobs. Can Trump’s arm-twisting bring manufacturing jobs back home in a big way?
We look back on 2016. Trump's win. Brexit. Syria. The big news stories out of a remarkable year, and where they're headed now.
Senator Bernie Sanders is with us. We’ll ask how Democrats will fight or work with the new administration.
Ian Bremmer says the era of American global leadership is over with the election of Donald Trump. He makes the case for why and what comes next.
The economy in 2017. With the Dow nearing 20,000. Rising consumer confidence and Fed rate hikes, we’ll look at what’s shaping up for the new year.
American innovation. Has it stalled out? Can it rev up the U.S. economy?
Income inequality in the United States continues to deepen. We'll lay out the baseline for the Trump years.
Donald Trump picks Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State. We look at the oil chief’s worldview.
Tennessee wildfire. Trump’s team. Fidel Castro. No charges in Charlotte. Our weekly news round table goes behind the headlines.
Online shopping continues to remake the world. Mobile shopping, now in the lead. And retail culture, remade.
Oklahoma public schools are on the ropes after years of budget cuts. Four-day school weeks and more. We’ll take it as a big case study and and look at Donald Trump’s new education secretary.
The number of older workers is on the rise. We’ll tackle the myths and realities of landing a job after 50.
Democrats facing big leadership issues and struggling with defeat. We’ll look at who will lead the Democratic Party.
A business empire, conflict of interest concerns and President-elect Donald Trump. We’ll look at the challenge.
No more ‘empty nest’. A third of millennials now live at home with their parents. We’ll look at what’s still pushing that trend.
Diversity and the Democratic Party. Hillary Clinton campaigned on it -- and lost. Mark Lilla says “identity liberalism” is over. Is it? He’s with us.
The New York Times’ Thomas Friedman on Donald Trump and the world we are facing now.
The US and Mexico after Donald Trump’s election. From the wall to NAFTA to big deportation threats, we’ll drill down into what’s next in a US-Mexico face-off.