Christiane speaks with activists Leah Greenberg and Lori Goldman about the upcoming election. Walter Isaacson speaks with political theorist Danielle Allen about how the U.S. can achieve unity. We re-air Christiane's conversation with David Byrne about his Broadway masterpiece "American Utopia."
Alex Gibney and Rick Bright reveal the tragic trail of missteps that have brought the U.S. into chaos during the COVID-19 pandemic. French journalist Caroline Fourest reacts to the death of teacher Samuel Paty. Technology journalist Kara Swisher discusses tech giants, conspiracy theories, and how Facebook is trying to step up.
Christiane speaks with Andy Slavitt about health reform. She also speaks with Gary Knight and Robin Wright about "Imagine: Reflections on Peace." Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Major General John C. Harris, Commander of the Ohio National Guard, about food in security on location at Mid-Ohio Food Collective, the state's largest food bank.
Professor Mariana Mazzucato discusses the pandemic's economic devastation across the world. "Monty Python" co-founder Michael Palin reflects on his career. Pro-life evangelical leader Joel C. Hunter explains why he's backing Biden in 2020.
Former Sen. Carol Moseley Braun weighs in on the Amy Coney Barrett hearing. The W.H.O.'s Regional Director for Europe discusses the disastrous second wave of the pandemic. Sleep scientist Matthew Walker explains how to get better rest in these uncertain times. National Urban League CEO Marc Morial explains how the cities can rethink healthcare and housing in the post-COVID-19 future.
Christiane speaks with activist and author Angela Davis about the current political moment. She also speaks with Molly Dineen and Blacker Dread about the film "Being Blacker." Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Elizabeth Neumann, former Assistant Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, about why, despite being a lifelong Republican, she is not voting for the GOP this time around.
Christiane speaks with former CIA Director John Brennan about the state of the nation. She also speaks with Michigan's Attorney General about the foiled plot to kidnap the state's governor. Former "Daily Show" correspondent and comedian Larry Wilmore discusses his new series. Walter Isaacson speaks with energy expert Daniel Yergin about how energy shapes America's position in the world.
Susan Glasser and Peter Baker discuss their new book on former Secretary of State James Baker. Stella McCartney reflects on the future of fashion. Reverend Samuel Rodriguez discusses Roe v. Wade, the evangelical vote, and more.
Rep. Donna Shalala (D-FL) and global health expert Devi Sridhar give a reality check on COVID and presidential politics. Andrew Weissman gives new insight into the Mueller investigation. U.S. army veteran Kristofer Goldsmith explains how white supremacists are targeting veterans for recruitment.
Christiane speaks with Elliott Abrams and Vali Nasr about national security. She also speaks with historian Margaret MacMillan about what this moment will mean in the future. Walter Isaacson speaks with John Dickerson about whether or not we expect too much of U.S. presidents.
Christiane speaks with Gloria Steinem and Julie Taymor about "The Glorias." Walter Isaacson speaks with Julián Castro about the election. President Trump's friend Christopher Ruddy gives his take on the debate. Photographer Misan Harriman explains the significance of Black History Month in the UK and why he's auctioning off his historic British Vogue cover image for charity.
Pollster Frank Luntz and former Bloomberg campaign manager Kevin Sheekey react to last night's presidential debate. Rep. Adam Schiff discusses a new report from the House Intelligence Committee on U.S.-China relations. Actor Jeff Daniels explains what it was like to play former FBI Director James Comey on screen.
Christiane speaks with Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healy about election interference. She also speaks with Gérard Araud and Norbert Röttgen about how Europe is handling COVID-19. Michel Martin speaks with Eric Liu and Pete Peterson about how to create more resilient democracies.
Former national security adviser H.R. McMaster reacts to The New York Times report on President Trump’s taxes. Conservationists Beverly and Dereck Joubert discuss the extraordinary global collapse in biodiversity. Global health professor George Aumoithe explains why there is a devastating shortage of ICU beds in low-income communities.
Christiane speaks with director Ron Howard about his latest documentary, "Rebuilding Paradise." She also speaks with author Anjan Sundaram about the political climate in Rwanda and photographer Firooz Zahedi about his new collection of work "Look at Me." Ana Cabrera speaks with Jaime Casap, former Education Evangelist at Google, about how technology can be used to improve learning experiences.
Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors reacts to the news that none of the officers involved in Breonna Taylor's death will be charged with her killing. Charles Ramsey joins the program to give his take. Novelist Robert Harris reflects on the passing of legendary journalist Sir Harold Evans. BuzzFeed Media Editor Craig Silverman analyzes recent allegations against Facebook.
Christiane speaks about the charges--or lack thereof--against the Louisville police officers responsible for the death of Breonna Taylor. She also speaks with Carrie Severino and Neal Katyal about the potential outcomes of a new Supreme Court justice. Alexander Betts discusses the European Union's new asylum policy.