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Barbara and Jenna Bush, presidential daughters and granddaughters, join the program to talk about their new book, "Sisters First."
President Trump’s base has come into focus after the retirement of Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake. In a stunning speech on the Senate floor, Flake announced he wasn’t going to run for re-election.
The former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson is on a mission: Get a bipartisan bill through Congress on a hot-button issue and, all the while, change the culture surrounding sexual harassment.
Republican Arizona Senator Jeff Flake announces he won’t run for re-election, denounces Trump and warns the GOP on its direction.
Bill O’Reilly’s 32-million sex-settlement shocker. Harvey Weinstein. A reckoning for non-disclosure agreements. Is it time to stop buying silence?
An attorney who is representing states in lawsuits against the maker of OxyContin said they’re “looking really hard” at suing owners of Purdue Pharma personally – a broadside against not just a faceless corporation, but a secretive family that has made billions from addictive drugs.
A chemical industry insider now has a top job at the EPA and is rolling back rules on toxic chemicals. Is safety being compromised?
The untold story of the family that made billions off of America's opioid flood, knowing the risks and pushing the product.
Unfettered tech monopolies want to merge humanity and machines, posing grave risks to civilization as we know it, according to the writer Franklin Foer.
President George W. Bush breaks a nine-year silence to deliver a powerful rebuke to a sitting President. President Obama's talking too. We’ll think about their critiques and President Trump.
Congressional calls for more regulation, oversight of Facebook. Google, Amazon, Apple also getting scrutiny. Is it time?
In the past week On Point, two figures from opposite ends of the ideological spectrum described something important about the echo chamber of social media and American politics.
Kirkuk and Raqqa. Sessions on Russia. Congress tries on healthcare. Trump, and fallen soldiers. #MeToo goes viral. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
Toting up the damage and lessons learned from the deadly, devastating California wildfires.
Teen anxiety in America is at record highs, and parents around the country are asking what they can do about it.
The four American Green Berets who died in Niger. We'll look at the mission, and the uproar over President Trump's comments on their deaths.
American teens are suffering record anxiety. We'll look at why. And what helps?
Former astronaut Scott Kelly joins us to talk his out-of-this-world year in space, and where we might be headed next – think Mars.
The author George Saunders won the Man Booker literary prize on Tuesday for his first novel, "Lincoln in the Bardo."
#MeToo: Women Share Stories Of Sexual Harassment, Assault