Khalid Al-Jabri discusses a lawsuit his father, Dr. Saad Al-Jabri, has filed against Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman. New York Times investigative correspondent Mark Mazzetti provides further analysis. Beirut professor Mona Fawaz assesses the Lebanese government's response to the Beirut explosion. Theranos whistleblower Tyler Shultz explains how the company put lives in danger.
Christiane speaks with Hiroshima survivor Setsuko Thurlow about her campaign to abolish nuclear weapons. She also speaks with Stuart Stevens about why he turned on his former Party, the Republicans. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with LaTosha Brown and Ari Berman about voter suppression. Photographer Misan Harriman discusses his work for this year's historic British Vogue September issue.
CNN's Ben Wedeman gives a special report from Beirut. Trump 2020 adviser Steve Cortes explains the president's campaign strategy in swing states. Dr. Anthony Fauci joins Walter Isaacson to discuss the United States' battle against the COVID-19 pandemic. Author Isabel Wilkerson explains the idea behind her new book "Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents."
A special report for Beirut, Lebanon. Then, Christiane speaks with the superintendent of a Mississippi school district, former Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, and soccer icon Megan Rapinoe. Walter Isaacson speaks with NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins.
President Trump's niece Mary Trump discusses her blistering new memoir Too Much and Never Enough. Edward Enninful, British Vogue's editor-in-chief, discusses diversity and inclusion efforts. Award-winning author James McBride discusses his latest book "Deacon King Kong."
Chrisitane speaks with Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman about the state of the U.S. economy. She also speaks with Russ Feingold and Paul Rosenzweig about Attorney General William Barr's testimony earlier this week. Walter Isaacson speaks with former Miami Dade college president Eduardo Padrón about why flexibility is needed to ensure every student can get an education.
Biden adviser Antony Blinken responds to President Trump's tweet suggesting the November election should be delayed. The director-general of the WTO discusses a historic downturn in the U.S. economy. Yo-Yo Ma and Maya Soetoro discuss a new project asking artists what music means to them. Andy Slavitt explains his "kitchen sink" strategy for combating the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chrisitane speaks with former Amazon Vice President Tim Bray and scholar Shoshana Zuboff about the pitfalls of the explosive growth of the tech industry. She also speaks with comedian Fary about his Netflix special--the first French comedy special on the platform. Walter Isaacson speaks with New York Times science writer Carl Zimmer about the biology of vaccines.
Veteran civil rights activist Mary Frances Berry joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss the work that lies ahead for the Black Lives Matter movement. Deval Patrick, former governor of Massachusetts, discusses the 2020 election, police reform and racism in the U.S. Admiral Mike Mullen joins Walter Isaacson to discuss his op-ed for The Atlantic entitled “I Cannot Remain Silent.”
Christiane speaks with former California governor Jerry Brown about current events. She also speaks with policing experts Joachim Kersten and Neil Gross about police reform. Michel Martin speaks with media columnist Margaret Sullivan about the importance of local news.
Steve Leifman and Norm Ornstein discuss mental illness and the prison industrial complex. Director Amma Asante discusses Hulu's new mini series "Mrs. America." Charles Stewart, director of MIT's Election Data and Science Lab, discusses voting by mail and why election officials need to prepare now for November.
Christiane speaks with former diplomat Wendy Sherman about the global democratic order. She also speaks with Sweden's chief epidemiologist about COVID-19 and Heidi Larson, director of the Vaccine Confidence Project, about how those who are anti-vaccine could impact the coronavirus battle. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with philosophy professor Jason Stanley about what fascist regimes have in common.
Sen. Bernie Sanders explains why he thinks Joe Biden could be the most progressive president since Franklin D. Roosevelt. Persepolis creator Marjane Satrapi discusses her new film "Radioactive," based on the life of Nobel Laureate Marie Curie. Author Thomas Chatterton Williams joins Walter Isaacson to discuss "cancel culture" and his book "Self-Portrait in Black and White,"
Christiane speaks with public health professor Devi Sridhar about the UK's coronavirus response. She also speaks with Maryland Governor Larry Hogan about his criticism of President Trump. Walter Isaacson speaks with Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms about why she doesn't support defunding the police.
U.S. House Majority Whip Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) reacts to the federal crackdown on protesters in Portland. Pro-democracy activist Nathan Law and Alan Hoo, vice chair of Hong Kong's Liberal Party, respond to the UK's suspension of its extradition treaty with Hong Kong. Zerlina Maxwell joins Michel Martin to discuss her new book “The End of White Politics.”
Christiane speaks with Petra Costa about the state of her home country Brazil. She also speaks with Dawn Porter about civil rights activist John Lewis. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Dr. Sean O'Leary about how children are affected by coronavirus.
Comedian Hannah Gadsby discusses her latest stand-up special “Douglas." Economist and journalist Tim Harford explains why some governments fail to prepare for catastrophes. Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the steps towards reopening schools in the U.S.
Chrisitane speaks with Giuseppe Sala, the mayor of Milan, and LaToya Cantrell, the mayor of New Orleans, about how their cities are dealing with coronavirus. She also speaks with Sarah Longwell, co-founder of Republican Voters Against Trump. Michel Martin speaks with Mehra Baradaran about how Black communities have been systemically shut out of the banking system in the U.S.
Epidemic expert Richard Hatchett gives an update on efforts to develop a COVID-19 vaccine. Khalil Gibran Muhammad discuss racism, mass incarceration and the war on drugs. Janet Napolitano, the president of the University of California, discusses the state of higher education amidst the pandemic.
Christiane speaks with Beto O' Rourke about the politics of coronavirus in his home state of Texas. She also speaks with The Atlantic science writer Ed Yong about the latest on the virus and musicians Margo Price and Jeremy Ivey about Price's new record. Walter Isaacson speaks with retired three-star General Vincent Stewart about why he chose to speak out about racism.