FEED - On Point With Tom Ashbrook
A live, two-hour morning news-analysis program.
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Rex Tillerson has been called the worst-ever Secretary of State. His boss hasn’t made it any easier. We talk Tillerson --and a State Department rudderless in a dangerous world.
Homeownership’s at a 50-year low. We’ll unpack why and look at those controversial reverse mortgages.
Massacre in Las Vegas. Tillerson tensions. Trump’s message in Puerto Rico. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
From Jimmy Kimmel on health care to Trevor Noah on police shootings, late -night comedy is getting serious.
Many states have legislation that makes it legal.
A disease called frosty pod rot is affecting the cacao industry in Central America. We look at the battle to save chocolate.
Court-approved guardians—strangers swooping in and taking over the lives of elderly people who are helpless to stop them. We’ll dig in on who, why and how.
Florida’s orange industry is feeling the squeeze from disease, hurricanes, and climate change. Can it be saved?
General Motors lays out an all-electric future. Twenty new electric car and truck models by 2023. Are gas and diesel engines going the way of the horse and buggy?
Millions of Americans are getting sucked into multi-level-marketing schemes – selling from home. We ask how that’s going.
To help make sense of this moment in our country we spoke with the Pulitzer-prize-winning novelist and essayist.
Longtime journalist Bob Schieffer joins us to discuss his new book, "Overload: Finding the Truth in Today's Deluge of News."
Terror in the streets of Las Vegas. How should Americans understand and confront the now-drumbeat of mass killings in this country.
America’s local news-gathering operations are in trouble. We’ll look at efforts to save and strengthen local news.
A gunman opened fire on concertgoers in Las Vegas Sunday night, making it the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history, according to police.
ICE officials recently arrested nearly 500 undocumented immigrants living in sanctuary cities across the country. We look at the implications.
Construction begins on prototypes for President Trump’s border wall. Will the real one ever be built? And who will pay for it?
Russian-American journalist Masha Gessen on how modern Russia took a wrong turn on the road to democracy and its march, now, to totalitarianism.
A GOP health care bill dies. Trump versus the NFL. Tax overhaul. Private jets scandal. Puerto Rico. Our weekly news round table goes behind the headlines.
As Ken Burns’ “The Vietnam War” documentary wraps up, we look at those memories, lessons learned and lost, and Afghanistan right now.