Philip Rucker & Carol Leonnig: A Very Stable Genius
Washington Post reporters discuss their No. 1 NYT Best Seller “A Very Stable Genius – Donald J. Trump’s Testing of America.”
Ronan Farrow: War on Peace
The Pulitzer Prize winner discusses the shrinking — and militarization — of U.S. foreign policy.
Tim Alberta: How Trump Filled the GOP Leadership Vacuum
The GOP change has been swift, stark, and you might be led to believe, all because of one person: Donald Trump. But is that true?
Michael Lewis: Who’s Running Our Government?
Lewis discusses his new book, The Fifth Risk, revealing truths that might seem funny if they weren’t so scary.
Sen. Maggie Hassan: “No More Surprise Medical Bills”
Sen. Hassan (D-NH) discusses her new bill to protect patients from outrageous bills that suddenly land folks deep in medical debt.
Bill Browder: Putin’s Public Enemy No. 1?
If you know his story already, you surely won’t mind hearing it again. It’s extraordinary. If you haven’t heard it before, get ready.
Doris Kearns Goodwin: Leadership in Turbulent Times
Goodwin draws upon Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, FDR, and LBJ to show how they first recognized leadership qualities within themselves and were recognized by others as leaders.
Live at Harvard: Midterm Elections Preview
Chris Riback hosts a panel discussion on the 2018 midterm elections at Harvard’s Kennedy School.