What’s really on the table for American health care with the new senate bill – the winners, the losers, the hard facts.
Curtain’s up on the Republican Senate health care bill. The GOP scores in Georgia. Dashcam video of the Philando Castile shooting. Otto Warmbier dies. Our weekly news round table goes behind the headlines.
Georgia’s state of mind and message for the nation after the most expensive congressional race ever.
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.
After the baseball field shooting, we’ll look at civil society under fire. Are we coming undone?
Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ testimony, and what’s happening in the U.S. Senate behind closed doors on healthcare.
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.”
It was a weekend of protests across the country. Hundreds of LGBT marches celebrated gay pride. Meanwhile there were some two dozen marches by right wing groups against the Muslim code of Sharia.
What now for Britain and the Brexit after stunning election losses by Theresa May and her Conservative Party?
Comey testifies. A new FBI Director nominated. Iran terror attack. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines
Legal minds and the press parse the Comey testimony and Russia investigation.
Getting ready for Comey: A primer. We look at the key players, the unanswered questions about Russia, and what’s at stake.
Harvard revokes acceptances from 10 students who shared offensive messages on Facebook. Are they curbing hate, or censoring free speech? A little of both?
The president turns to the nation’s infrastructure this week and is floating plans to sell off highways and airports and privatize air traffic controllers.
Trump's tweeting about terrorism. But what is he doing about it?
Theresa May says the internet must be regulated following the London Bridge attack. So, how do you regulate cyberspace and should we?
Jared Kushner’s Kremlin back channel. White House shake ups. A deadly bombing in Kabul. Our weekly news round table goes behind the headlines.
The stabbing deaths of two men in Oregon, who tried to stand up against a man yelling hateful remarks to passengers on a train, have many wondering: is it safe to be an active bystander?