Clinical psychologist Steven Taylor discusses his book "The Psychology of Pandemics" and shares how the COVID-19 pandemic parallels past pandemics.
A year of COVID, economic downturns and poisonous politics. So how are you doing? Really. We discuss the pandemic's impact on collective mental health.
The 'California exodus.' From big tech to everyday Americans, many are leaving California. What's driving the state's record low population growth?
Did experts and leaders get the message right when the pandemic began? Are they getting it right now?
Millions of farmers are protesting in India. What's driving them? And what does it reveal about India?
The second impeachment trial of Donald Trump begins tomorrow. It's the first-ever trial of a former president. What's at stake?
"This is actually a chance for Americans ... to rejoin the rest of the world. But God knows, it's going to be a painful awakening."
The rally before the attack on the Capitol. Who funded it? How much did they spend? Who are they funding now? We talk dark money and the insurrection.
Social media platforms have the power to shut down voices and amplify what we see. But is that singular power perilous to democracy?
What would an anthem for the U.S. Space Force sound like? Well, cue the Voices of Freedom, a Miami, Florida music group.
Space Force, a new military branch, turns one. But what exactly is its mission?
Redditors banded together to rock the stock market. What does GameStop actually tell us about wealth, power and how Wall Street works?
The Senate is split 50-50. The power center of gravity? Democrat Joe Manchin. How will he wield his influence?
President Joe Biden's new bar for the COVID vaccine rollout: 200 million doses by summer. But what about people who hope to get the vaccine now? What can the government...
Online school. Virtual playdates. Video games. What does it mean for children that more and more of their world is now mediated through a screen? After the pandemic, how will...
What Avril Haines' work supporting the Obama administration's drone program says about the future of American national intelligence.
In 1995, three white soldiers killed a Black couple in Fayetteville, N.C. George Reed was an Army supervisor assigned to the case. The details are still fresh in his mind.
Nearly 20% of people charged in connection with the Capitol attack have some sort of military background. How far-reaching is extremism in the United States military?
President Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID economic relief plan is on the table. We talk about President Biden's first big legislative push.
The transition in the White House has taken place. Is the nation now capable of change? How do historians look upon this moment. We hear their long view of this...