Emily Bazelon and John Dickerson are joined by Jeffrey Goldberg, editor-in-chief of The Atlantic, to discuss President Trump's response to Charlottesville, the impact of Charlottesville on the nation, and the upcoming Alabama Senate Race.
Three siblings discuss why people sometimes hide money troubles from loved ones.
Gabriel Roth, Rebecca Lavoie, and Carvell Wallace discuss how to talk to your kids about recent events in Charlottesville Virginia, and whether smartphones are "destroying a generation," with Lisa Guernsey and Janelle Krupicka.
Jacob Weisberg is joined by fellow Trumpcast cohosts Virginia Heffernan and Jamelle Bouie to talk about Donald Trump's press conference yesterday and why this is a significant turning point in his presidency.
Dana Stevens, Aisha Harris, and Julia Turner discuss HBO's Insecure with Slate's Veralyn Williams, the classic film Dr. Strangelove, and the Vulture article: "The Toxic Drama on YA Twitter" with Slate's Laura Miller.
The action-packed series showed that even if the hero gets out alive, the conspiracy never ends.
Virginia Heffernan talks to Jamelle Bouie about the tragic events of this weekend in Charlottesville, VA and how this can no longer allow Americans to put their heads in the sand about what really got Trump elected.
Stefan Fatsis and Josh Levin are joined by Johnette Howard to discuss Ezekiel Elliott’s suspension, tennis writer Ben Rothenberg comes on to talk about Sascha Zverev, and Mike Schur analyzes the Los Angeles Dodgers’ excellence.
Josh Voorhees on three things you need to know about this weekend's violence in Charlottesville, Virginia
In our thirty-second weekly recap, we'll highlight the lessons learned in this week. Also: more listener Q&A!
Tensions between the U.S. and North Korea, as well as some poor earnings, led to weekly drops for the major stock averages. The Wall Street Journal's Corrie Driebusch says disappointing earnings were as much a factor as geopolitics.
Spencer Jakab dissects the market impact over President Donald Trump's comments on North Korea, with a look at its long history of ignoring provocations. Plus, Corrie Driebusch talks how reports from Snap Inc. and Blue Apron jolted stocks with disappointing earnings results.
On her game-changing role on the hit Starz series Power
Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson and Jamelle Bouie discuss Trump's improvisational words for North Korea, the unintended consequences of the Federal immigration stance and the value of public debate about the Google memo.
Rebecca Lavoie and Carvell Wallace discuss choosing a school district in a segregated city, and how to encourage a teen's individual style while keeping their values intact. Plus triumphs and fails and recommendations.
The DoubleX Gabfest on Google's anti-diversity memo, The Bold Type, and "Boys"
Jamelle Bouie talks to Osita Nwanevu, a writer at Slate covering conservative media, about what is happening over at Fox News and Sinclair Broadcasting and why Trump is just making right wing media more of what they already were.
Miriam Gottfried joins Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to talk why Disney pulling content from Netflix may not matter much for its shares. Plus, as earnings roll in, a look at what we can expect out of the retail industry, from department stores to e-commerce.
Dana Stevens, Julia Turner and Stephen Metcalf discuss The Public Theater's new production of Hamlet starring Oscar Isaac, Netflix's Friends From College, and the maligned genre of prog rock with Dave Weigel.
Stefan Fatsis and Josh Levin are joined by ProPublica’s David Epstein to discuss Usain Bolt’s loss to Justin Gatlin. The Irish Times’ Ken Early also talks about Neymar’s record-setting transfer, and Josh and Stefan analyze Colin Kaepernick’s NFL exile.
DeLashea Strawder teaches music to young people with Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit.
In our 31st weekly recap, we'll highlight the lessons learned in this week. Also: a listener asks about her dog’s Instagram account.
Tired of a road warrior’s tangle of cables and plugs, a Hong-Kong-based entrepreneur makes chargers and adapters truly current.
Josh King talks to Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ 5th District) about the Problem Solvers – a group of 43 members of the House of Representatives split between both parties offerings solutions to stabilize the individual health care market.
The Wall Street Journal's Timothy Puko joins MoneyBeat with Skylar Capital's Bill Perkins for an in-depth discussion about the state of commodities trading, and why traders like Mr. Perkins are a dying breed.
Tanya Bustos reports on the Dow's eighth straight record close, Martin Shkreli being found guilty of three counts in a federal securities-fraud trial, and Toyota getting on President Trump's good side with a $1.6 billion factory.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has impaneled a grand jury in Washington to investigate Russia's interference in the 2016 elections, a sign that his inquiry is growing in intensity. The Wall Street Journal's Byron Tau has the latest details.
U.S. employers added 209,000 jobs in July as the unemployment rate matched a 16-year-low of 4.3%. The Wall Street Journal Chief Economics Commentator, Greg Ip, joins Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to break down the latest jobs report.
As developers move in to build new mega-mansions in Sag Harbor, the Wall Street Journal's Leslie Brody discusses how residents are pushing to preserve their sense of community in the popular New York summer spot.