From the president’s Pocahontas slur to new tweets about Muslims and more, we’ll look at how racism within nationalism has taken off in the Trump era.
Slaves on the auction block in 2017 in North Africa. We’ll investigate.
The proposal sweeps in the entirety of the 501(c)3 world, possibly opening the floodgates for nonprofit electioneering.
Tax-exempt religious groups could jump both feet into politics under the GOP tax bill. Endorsing, backing, bankrolling candidates. It’s a big change if it happens.
Rex Tillerson’s changes to the State Department are putting the United States at risk, two veterans of the diplomatic world said on Tuesday’s On Point.
Rex Tillerson’s State Department: Diplomats pushed out, empty desks, morale rock-bottom. Is American diplomacy in freefall?
Congress hopes to wrap up the GOP’s tax plan before Christmas. The New York Times’ David Leonhardt says it will hurt middle-class families. He’s with us.
In this high-volume world, do we need more stillness in our lives? We’ll tag along on one man’s quest to find silence in the middle of New York City all...
Will your next home be built by robots? We’ll look at the growing robot boom and American jobs.
The journalist Joe Klein, a leading Bill Clinton chronicler in the 1990s, said Tuesday that he was an “enabler” for defending the then-president.
As families gather for Thanksgiving, we look at difficult conversations many will have about eldercare. How to do it right, and with love.
Twenty years after Bill Clinton’s sex scandal, is it time to rethink how that played out, and its lessons for now?
The great trust shift. Public trust in institutions at an all-time low. But are we really living in an age of distrust? We’ll explore.
Charles Manson is dead. We'll talk to a Manson biographer about the life he lived, and the lives ended by his murderous cult.
We'll have the latest on the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
More women accuse Roy Moore. The tax bill goes after Obamacare. Jeff Sessions’ hazy memory. Our weekly news round table goes behind the headlines.
The Hobby Lobby family’s “Museum of the Bible” opens in Washington with fanfare and controversy over stolen antiquities. We’ll dive in.
President Trump is remaking the federal bench. Naming judges in record numbers. Some called unqualified. We’ll dive in.
Republicans in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday proposed repealing Obamacare's mandate that all Americans have health insurance as part of their tax overhaul bill. We'll get the latest.
Digital pills that report from inside your body on what you’ve taken and when. They’re approved. Where does this go?