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A contentious debate and another primary state. The government response to coronavirus. Plus, the conviction of Harvey Weinstein. The news roundtable is here.
Oklahoma announces the state will incorporate the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre into the statewide school curriculum. We'll learn why.
As coronavirus continues to spread globally, some are raising questions about whether the U.S. is prepared for an outbreak.
From an endless stream of political misinformation to inescapable lies on social media, are we living in a post-truth world?
Judicial appointees and the Trump administration. A slate of new judges will have a major impact on the 9th circuit in the Western United States. We’ll take a look.
In the third installment of our series on truth, we'll unpack how media, the information machine and the powerful manipulate the truth.
Harvey Weinstein is found guilty of third-degree rape, but acquitted of the most serious charges against him. We’ll take a look at the impact of this watershed moment.
In the second installment of our series on truth, we dive into the science behind truth.
Candidates take the Nevada results and move on to South Carolina. Plus, post-impeachment shake-ups in the Trump administration. We look at the week ahead in news.
We kickoff our series on truth – how we use it, how we abuse it, what it means and what it’s worth to us.
Democrats take the debate stage. President Trump issues a round of pardons. Former DOJ prosecutors call for AG Barr’s resignation. The roundtable is here.
Local newspapers have steadily gone out of business throughout the digital age. We’ll dig into the fate of local journalism and what can be done to save it.
Next week, in collaboration with The Conversation, On Point will air a four-part series that explores what we mean when we talk about "truth."
Just three days ahead of the Nevada Caucus, six Democrats took to the debate stage in Las Vegas. But there was one notable newcomer on the stage: Michael Bloomberg.
David Brooks wants Americans to ditch the idea of the nuclear family. We'll hear why.
Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy after years of declining enrollment and mounting allegations of widespread sexual abuse. Is this the death knell for the organization?
Chinese espionage is a real problem for this country. But is the FBI overreacting to Chinese theft of intellectual property, and creating a new red scare?
We talk to Walter Shaub about how he ran the Office of Government Ethics and the future of ethics in government.
Independent bookstores aren’t just back, they’re thriving. How do indie booksellers continue to attract and maintain a loyal base of customers?
Looking to the week ahead in news. The Nevada caucus is next as Democrats fight for the soul of their party. Plus, the latest from Washington and legacy of impeachment.