How are gay Muslims responding to the massacre in Orlando, Florida? Sarah Eltantawi, a professor of comparative religion at Evergreen State College, and Hussain Turk, a gay Muslim student in Los Angeles, weigh in.
How will security at nightclubs, concert venues, and sports arenas change after the Orlando shooting? For answers, we turn to David A. Yorio, managing director of Citadel Security Agency.
On Tuesday, members of the Senate agreed that they would be willing to negotiate changes to policy that have allowed suspected terrorists to purchase a firearm. Takeaway Washington Correspondent Todd Zwillich has the details.
In 1932, North Dakota banned non-family corporations from owning farmland or operating farms. But last March, the state legislature passed a bill that would relax the ban. Citizens protested, and were able to defeat the law in a referendum held yesterday. Dave Thompson, news director at Prairie Public Broadcasting, explains.
Takeaway Washington Correspondent Todd Zwillich talks withGillian Tett, U.S. managing editor of the Financial Times, about what next week’s Brexit vote could mean for the global economy.
American novelist, playwright, and essayist Don DeLillo discusses his new book, "Zero K," which looks at the relationship between a man and his billionaire father in the future.