Two members of Congress join to discuss whether or not impeachment is inevitable.
It is a tremendous risk for women to publicly come forward with their experiences of sexual assault.
When people don’t have internet at home, or don't know how to use digital tools, they turn to their local libraries.
There's a lot of confusion over what exactly Ukraine's role is.
With William P. Barr set to take over the DOJ, a Paul Manafort court filing reveals new details of Robert Mueller's investigation.
On Friday, "Hamilton" kicks off a two-week run in Puerto Rico. The production aims to bring tourism and media attention back to the island, but some Puerto Ricans have reservations.
They're worried about paying their mortgages, racking up debt, and the work they left behind.
There are doubts that the wall would actually make much of a difference to the already-enforced border.
Patrick, who asked that we not use his last name, is a cyber security contractor with NASA.
Coming up on today's show:In an executive order announced Friday, President Trump has begun the process of dismantling the Dodd Frank Act which regulates bank lending. It’s one of many rollbacks on the Obama administration’s financial regulations that is expected to be announced today. Barney Frank, former member of the U.S. House of Representatives for Massachusetts from 1981 to 2013, was one of the law's main sponsors.
President Trump promised to take steps to remove himself from his business, but there continues to be no record of him doing so. Susanne Craig, reporter for The New York Times, discusses Trump's potential conflicts of interest.An increase in shelling in Russian-occupied Eastern Ukraine puts pressure on Donald Trump to rethink his amiable approach to Russia. Christopher Miller, Kyiv-based correspondent for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, reports from the scene. In one of the most exciting games in Superbowl history, the New England Patriots overcame a 25 point deficit to beat the Atlanta Falcons 34-28. Dave Zirin, Sports Editor for The Nation magazine and host of "The Edge of Sports" podcast, has the recap. In a new era marked by vehement resistance and protest, an investigation by The Intercept reveals the FBI's unprecedented spying powers and provides a vital glimpse into how the agency holds itself accountable to its byzantine rules and regulations.