Christiane speaks with South African Foreign Minister Nalendi Pandor about what's ahead in Africa's fight against COVID. Kara Swisher discusses the upholding of President Trump's ban from Facebook. Cindy McCain remembers her late husband in a new book, "Stronger: Courage, Hope & Humor in My Life with John McCain." Barkha Dutt talks India's systemic failure in dealing with the pandemic.
America’s vaccine rollout has seen more than half of adults get their first shots, but vaccine hesitancy remains an issue, especially among Republicans. So can anything change those minds?
Originally broadcast on March 9. Former ambassador David Scheffer and activist Jewher Ilham discuss China's genocide against the Uyghur people. Bumble founder Emily Wolfe Herd discusses dating in the age of COVID-19. Amy Castro Baker and Sukhi Samra join Hari Sreenivasan to explain the results of a groundbreaking new study on guaranteed income.
Black Lives Matter co-founder Opal Tometi reacts to yesterday's verdict. Miami Police Chief Art Acevedo offers his opinion. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan talks future of country after Chauvin conviction. Political philosopher Danielle Allen relates ancient Greek ethics to modern day police reform.
Skye Fitzgerald; Nima Elbagir; Blake Bailey; Thomas Roberts. The interview with author Blake Bailey that appears in this program was conducted and broadcast prior to the allegations of sexual assault becoming public.
Experts reflect on the life and legacy of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. Plus: Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh discusses efforts to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
Donald De Lucca and Laura Coates discuss the ongoing trial of Derek Chauvin. Regina King and Kemp Powers discuss their new movie "“One Night in Miami…” Tax law professor Dorothy A. Brown talks about the racism present in tax policy.
Rep. Linda Sanchez discusses a new immigration bill. Attorney Andrea Martinez reveals the human stories behind immigration. Jodie Foster and Nancy Hollander discuss the film "The Mauritanian." Reuben Miller discusses his book "The Afterlife of Mass Incarceration."