Secrets, lies, truths and U.S.-Saudi relations. Gloves come off in midterm battles. Elizabeth Warren’s DNA. The roundtable dives in.
The Trump Administration wants pharma companies to list drug prices on ads for all prescriptions paid for by Medicare and Medicaid. Could it drive down costs?
Sears once changed the American marketplace. Now, it’s filed for bankruptcy. We’ll look at the retail industry’s latest disruption.
Top journalists open their notebooks and look ahead to the week’s news at home and abroad.
Justice Kavanaugh takes his seat on the Supreme Court. Nikki Haley heads for the exits. Hurricane Michael threatens lives. The weekly news roundtable digs in.
Reporting from WHYY in Philadelphia, Meghna and her guests will discuss redistricting in Pennsylvania ahead of the midterms.
The FBI’s Kavanaugh file. Trump’s taxes. A new trade deal. And an Amazon wage hike. The roundtable digs in.
Top reporters help us look ahead to the week’s news, including what could be a pivotal moment for the Senate and the Supreme Court.
Sheila Bair was the head of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation during the 2008 financial crisis. She warns that American democracy may not be able to withstand another bank bailout.
Kavanaugh and Ford under oath. President Trump at the U.N. The news roundtable takes it all up.
Are online shopping and all those deals turning us into a nation of hoarders? What you should know before clicking buy.
Top Chinese technologist Kai-Fu Lee talks about China, the U.S., the race for dominance in artificial intelligence and how we can survive the AI revolution.
Kavanaugh and his accuser. Florence’s path of destruction. North Korea talks. We unpack it all with CBS News’ chief White House correspondent Major Garrett.
Our global roundtable returns, with the top news you need to know from around the world.
We’ll kick-start the week with the latest news from the hurricane zone, and a panel of reporters share what they’re watching for in the week ahead at home and abroad.
The wrath of Hurricane Florence. Pence says he’d take a lie detector test in a heartbeat. Moonves out at CBS. The roundtable dives in.
Before the recession, Leo Murrieta and his family lived in North Las Vegas — in one of the zip codes that would become the hardest hit in the foreclosure crisis.
It’s been 10 years since Lehman Brothers collapsed and the nightmare of the global financial crisis. The author of the book “Too Big to Fail” takes us back to those...
The Cosby actor, job-shaming and the dignity of work. The photo that went viral sparked an emotional debate. We’ll hear it.
Partisanship and Judge Kavanaugh. "Crazytown” and Bob Woodward’s new book. Twitter and Facebook executives grilled. The roundtable dives in.