The latest from On Point
We hear from a roundtable of American Jews about their thoughts and responses to President Trump’s claims about who they should be loyal to and why.
The Amazon in Brazil is on fire. We look at deforestation, climate change and what’s at stake for the planet.
Economic anxiety. Trump’s new migration policy. The G7 rendezvous in France. Greenland stands its ground. The roundtable is here.
Dollar stores are popping up across the country and raking in the profits. Critics say it all comes with a cost to the nation's poor. We’re on it.
Newark has been distributing bottled water to more than 14,000 homes for the last 10 days after an EPA order over high lead levels.
Newark, New Jersey, residents are lining up for bottled water after lead was found in tap water. We look at crumbling infrastructure and public health.
The Trump administration moves to end the Flores agreement. They say it’s to keep families together in detention, but now they could be detained indefinitely.
The illicit market for pot is hot in some states where weed is legal. We look at why.
Love or detest it, the semicolon is the most divisive punctuation mark of the modern era. Should we even care?
With just about a month until the seasons change, we present the fall book preview.
Is the achievement gap the result of students' lack of achievement, or the lack of opportunities they're offered? What kinds of things are students working on, building and creating in...
"Saving lives is so important, by keeping guns out of the hands of people who are dangerous to themselves or others," Blumenthal, D-Conn., said.
Congress readies to take up a slew of new gun-violence measures in September. We look at what’s on the table and what gun laws states are passing on their own.
SOS for moms and dads. How to nurture your child by caring for yourself. Self-compassion for parents.
Democratic congressman and presidential hopeful Tim Ryan joins us. We talk about gun violence in his home state, his views on "Medicare for All" and more.
Five years after Ferguson, the national conversation about race and policing is still ongoing – and residents of Ferguson, Missouri, are still searching for answers.
Facial recognition technology is rapidly developing — but so are the methods for tricking and subverting it. We take a closer look.
The Trump Administration toughens immigration policy. The markets tumble. And the DOJ investigates the jail that held Jeffrey Epstein.
In the Arctic, a warming planet is accelerating the loss of sea ice and raising the stakes for the region.
Sen. Michael Bennet is hoping to bring his successful legislative track record to the White House. We hear about vision for the office.