Todd Zwillich, The Takeaway's Washington correspondent, and Ron Christie, former special assistant to President George W. Bush and fellow at Harvard University's Institute of Politics, analyze last night's debate.
People in Iran and Iranian-Americans are reacting to news of the United States's accusation that the Iranian government backed a plan to assassinate a Saudi ambassador on U.S. soil. We talk with Siamak Kalhour and Dr. Mohammad Marandi.
Mark Whitaker, correspondent for the BBC, sat down with one Cleveland protester, Kyle DeForest, a songwriter, to explore the motivations of one man confronting corporate greed in America.
We talk to graphic designer John Maeda and former Apple store employee Adaliz Guzman about how the iconoclastic innovator impacted their lives and the world around them.
On Wednesday, the Pew Research Center released a poll indicating that only a third of American servicemen and women believe the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have been worth the costs. David Loyn and Genevieve Chase respond to the Pew poll.