Elizabeth Cohen and John Pomfret give an update on coronavirus.
Yale Historian Timothy Snyder discusses his book "On Tyranny."
Timothy O’Brien responds to allegations against presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi discusses President Trump's State of the Union address.
President Volodymyr Zelensky responds to President Trump's comments on Ukraine.
James Jacoby discusses the new film "Amazon Empire: The Rise and Reign of Jeff Bezos."
Nobel Prize-winning economist Esther Duflo discusses the role of women in her field.
Writer and social commentator Fran Lebowitz gives her take on the political climate.
Author Ibram Kendi discusses his new book on fighting racism.
Douglas Wigdor, lead attorney for Tarale Wulff in the Weinstein trial, joins the program.
Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe discusses the Roger Stone case.
Public health professor Gilbert Gee provides a historical perspective on coronavirus.
Ro Khanna, Co-Chair of the Sanders 2020 Campaign, on the candidate's chances.
Conservative intellectual Yuval Levin discusses the importance of institutions in the U.S.
Ehud Olmert explains why he rejects President Trump's Middle East peace plan.
Charlotte Alter discusses young voters and the 2020 election.
Husam Zomlot discusses palestine's President Mahmoud Abbas.
The secretary general of the Norwegian Refugee Council discusses the situation in Syria.
Film critics Karen Han and A. O. Scott discuss "Parasite" and the Oscars.
Latif Nasser and Carol Rosenberg tell the story of a detainee at Guantanamo Bay.
New Yorker journalist David Rohde discusses AG William Barr and the Trump administration.
Writer Isabel Allende discusses her new novel “A Long Petal of the Sea.”