Christiane speaks with Evan Osnos about his new book “Joe Biden: The Life, The Run and What Matters Now.” She also speaks with Laura Bates, who studies the impact of toxic masculinity. Walter Isaacson speaks with CBS News President Susan Zirinsky about the challenges of covering this unique election.
Christiane speaks with Christiana Figueres and Bill McKibben about the state of the climate. She also speaks with BBC journalist David Dimbleby about the invasion of Iraq and poet Bernardine Evaristo about her new project. Walter Isaacson speaks with evolutionary biology professor Joseph Henrich about “The WEIRDest People in the World.”
Activist Leopoldo López discusses the Venezuelan opposition. Anti-death penalty activist Sister Helen Prejean discusses the federal executions scheduled in the final days of President Trump's term. COVID crisis travel nurse Chelsea Walsh explains why nurses need more support from hospitals. Musical siblings Sheku, Braimah, Konya and Jeneba Kanneh-Mason discuss their creative process in lockdown.
David Miliband and Anthony Gardner discuss the transition from the Trump administration to the Biden administration. Mayor Sadiq Khan of London and Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum of Mexico City discuss a new international initiative for gender equality. Smith College professor Loretta J. Ross discusses the perils of cancel culture.
Christiane speaks with Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby about the importance of the UK maintaining its international aid commitments. She also speaks with Bard College President Leon Botstein about how the college has extended education opportunities to both disadvantaged youth and inmates. Walter Isaacson speaks with WIRED editor-in-chief Nicholas Thompson about misinformation.
Former Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd explains why he is calling for a royal commission into Rupert Murdoch’s media monopoly. Director Steve McQueen discusses his new anthology film series "Small Axe." Moderna co-founder and chairman Noubar Afeyan discusses COVID-19 vaccine efficacy, distribution and more.
Reporter Nima Elbagir gives a special report on Nigeria's crackdown on peaceful protesters. El Paso's mayor Dee Margo discusses the catastrophic COVID spike in West Texas. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Thomas E. Ricks discusses his new book "First Principles." Vox co-founder Matthew Yglesias argues that when it comes to America's population size, bigger is better.
Christiane speaks with former senior adviser to Barack Obama Valerie Jarrett about the former president's new memoir. She also speaks with chess grandmasters Judit Polgar and Garry Kasparov about the new hit Netflix show "The Queen's Gambit." Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Economics Dan Ariely about the stranger side of human behavior brought on by the pandemic
CNN senior medical correspondent Elizabeth Cohen reacts to today's announcement that Moderna's coronavirus vaccine is 94.5% effective. Walter Isaacson discusses his experience as a participant in Pfizer's vaccine trial. Senate candidate Jon Ossoff (D-GA) discusses his race against Sen. David Perdue. Sociologist Nicholas A. Christakis discusses COVID-19's ripple effect on society.
Christiane speaks with French Minister of the Economy and Finance Bruno Le Maire about the anniversary of the Paris terrorist attacks. She also speaks with novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Renee DiResta, technical research manager at the Stanford Internet Observatory, about the dangers of false narratives on the internet.
Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE) discusses President Trump's refusal to concede the election. James Jeffrey discusses the international challenges that lie ahead for President-elect Joe Biden's administration. Michael Osterholm, a member of Biden's COVID task force, discusses the leadership the U.S. needs to fight the pandemic. Mary Trump explains how President Trump came to despise the concept of losing.
Christiane speaks with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair about the world reaction to the U.S. election. She also speaks with father daughter pair Jorge Ramos, a Univision anchor, and Paola Ramos, author of "Finding Latix," about President Trump's strong performance with Latinx voters. Michel Martin speaks with journalist Masha Gessen about autocracy and the road ahead for the U.S.
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and Newsmax Media CEO Chris Ruddy each weigh in on President Trump's refusal to concede the election. House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn reacts to President-elect Joe Biden's win. Hugh Montgomery, chair of the National Emergency COVID Critical Care Committee, discusses the current spike in cases.
Christiane speaks with U.S. Rep. Pramila Jayapal about the election. She also speaks with former EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini about what the election means for America's place in the world. Former attorney for the George W. Bush campaign Barry Richard about President Trump's potential lawsuits regarding the election. Walter Isaacson speaks with NYT media columnist Ben Smith.
Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) discusses Pennsylvania's decisive role in the presidential election. Trevor Potter, one of America's foremost election law experts, analyzes the Trump campaign's baseless claims of fraud in battleground states. Gun reform activists David Hogg and Alex King discuss the youth vote. Psychotherapist Lori Gottlieb explains how this week of uncertainty is affecting mental health.
Christiane speaks with Mary Landrieu and Christine Todd Whitman about the U.S. election results so far. She also speaks with former Financial Times editor Lionel Barber about his new book "The Powerful and the Damned: Private Diaries in Turbulent Times." Michel Martin speaks with civil rights attorney Ben Crump, who is representing the families of both George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.
Christiane speaks with Christiana Figueres and Bill McKibben about the state of the climate. She also speaks with BBC journalist David Dimbleby about the invasion of Iraq and poet Bernardine Evaristo about her new project. Walter Isaacson speaks with evolutionary biology professor Joseph Henrich about "The WEIRDest People in the World."
Veteran reporter Tim Alberta assesses the state of the presidential race and the GOP. Historian Jon Meacham explains why he's endorsing Joe Biden. John McCain's former Chief of Staff Mark Salter discusses the late senator's legacy.