Rex Tillerson fired. Nationwide, students walk out. A special election in Pennsylvania. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
Relations with Russia may be worse than the Cold War, the former U.S. ambassador to Russia says.
Prominent members of Austin's African American community have been targeted in bombing attacks. Two people have died. We'll get the latest on the investigation.
The U.K. expels 23 Russian diplomats in response to the poisoning of a former spy. We’ll look at the escalating tensions between Russia and America’s closest ally.
The famed physicist Stephen Hawking has died at age 76. We'll talk about how his vision changed the world.
We'll look at what the results of the Pennsylvania special congressional election say about the mood of the country going into pivotal midterm elections.
Equipment failures at two fertility clinics across the country from each other. Thousands of embryos lost. How did that happen?
On Point tackled a pressing subject Tuesday: procrastination.
In turbulent times for foreign affairs, President Trump on Tuesday ousted Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. We'll look at the global implications.
President Trump visits California to check out border wall prototypes. We’ll take a look at how the immigration debate is playing out in America’s most populous state.
From da Vinci to Darwin, how great minds put things off, but changed the world anyway.
The White House releases a school safety plan that backs off President Trump's comments about raising the age limits for purchasing certain weapons, but sticks to a plan to arm...
For the first time, a sitting US president agrees to meet with North Korea’s dictator. We’ll unpack what each side has to gain and lose when they sit down face...
Six months after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico struggles on. What’s it going to take to fix it? Who will do it?
Tariffs and a White House resignation. A porn star sues the president. The Trump administration sues California. A former Russia spy is poisoned. The roundtable covers it all.
After the most dramatic finale ever, we’ll ask: Why do we love and loathe "The Bachelor"?
The departures of key White House figures like chief economic adviser Gary Cohn and communications director Hope Hicks have sparked fears of a "brain drain" in the high-level Trump administration....
The Senate is poised to pass a major rewrite of the Dodd-Frank law. It could offer critical relief to mid-sized lenders, but also remove some consumer protections.
West Virginia lawmakers strike a deal to give teachers a pay raise. But teachers in other states are ready to walk out. We’ll look at the crisis in teacher pay...
In the post-Parkland era, some retailers won’t sell guns to anyone under 21. Some investors are dumping shares. Is this just PR or the start of something big?