The latest from On Point
At least four women are now running for president in 2020. We’ll look at the field and their prospects.
What really happened between students from a Kentucky Catholic school and a Native American elder? And what does it say about us?
Sen. George Mitchell and the search for a way out of this government shutdown.
How do you end an intractable impasse? Former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell helped do exactly that in Northern Ireland. Mitchell joins us with his advice on ending the shutdown.
Sociologist Tressie McMillan Cottom discusses upending stereotypes of black womanhood.
Blame and pain as the federal shutdown rolls on. "I will not be bullied," says Trump’s pick for attorney general. Brexit implodes. The reporter’s roundtable on the week that was.
Allegations against R&B singer R. Kelly have been circulating for decades. Why did it take a TV documentary to get people to pay attention?
Last year, a South Carolina faith-based organization turned away a couple that wanted to become foster parents. Why? The couple was Jewish, and Miracle Hill Ministries accepts only Christian parents...
"Laura" was locked in her room for periods of eight to nine months at a time. She fled from Saudi Arabia to Canada in 2013.
We check in with those hit hardest by the government shutdown, now in its record 27th day.
A Saudi teen who fled her allegedly abusive family is granted asylum in Canada. We’ll look at what’s changing and what’s not for women in Saudi Arabia.
A South Carolina ministry's Christian-only foster care policy is the latest flashpoint in the debate over religious freedom and government social services. We’ll take it up.
The British Parliament delivered a crushing, historic defeat of Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan yesterday, 432-202. Where does that leave things now?
The make-or-break vote on the Brexit deal with Britain’s future hanging in the balance. We’ll turn to London for reaction and what's next.
Teachers on strike, this time in Los Angeles, the country’s second-largest school district. We’ll hear the debate on both sides.
"Digital technologies offer us tremendous gifts. 21st century citizens should not pay for those privileges with ... having been relegated to the status of free, raw material for a new...
On Day 25 of the longest government shutdown in U.S. history, we wanted to focus on what Congress’ most powerful Republican — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell — is doing...
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has the legislative arsenal to end the shutdown. So, why isn’t he? We’ll look at why McConnell is sitting this one out.
There are new calls for tech companies to stop selling your location to third parties. We’ll look at the economics and perils of "surveillance capitalism."
Burnout. It’s that feeling beyond exhaustion where you keep pushing yourself, past the point where you even know why you’re pushing at all.