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.
Former attorney general Loretta Lynch joins Christiane for an exclusive interview as part of the annual CNN Citizen forum. Climate activist Alexandria Villaseñor and former Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) discuss the West Coast wildfires and global warming. NPR correspondent Hansi Lo Wang discusses the politicization of the 2020 census with Hari Sreenivasan.
Christiane speaks with Stacey Abrams about Ruth Bader Ginsburg most famous dissent--against the decision to roll back major parts of the Voting Rights Act. She also speaks with Jeremy Farrar about the new coronavirus surge that has been steadily mounting in Europe. Walter Isaacson speaks with Doris Kearns Goodwin about the legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Christiane speaks to Andrew McCabe and Alex Gibney about election interference and the new documentary "Agents of Chaos." Filmmaker Yoruba Richen explains the vision behind her new documentary "The Sit-In." Jay Shetty joins Hari Sreenivasan to explain how to think like a monk.
Christiane speaks with former British Ambassador to the U.S. Kim Darroch about his new memoir. She also speaks with Billie Jean King about her influence on and off the tennis court. Michel Martin speaks with former NRA senior strategist Joshua L. Powell about his new book "Inside the NRA," which accuses the organization of corruption and political extremism.
Kwame Kwei-Armah, artistic director of The Young Vic, discusses the Black Lives Matter movement and the pandemic's effect on the arts. Former Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) gives his thoughts on President Trump's first televised town hall of this election cycle. Journalists Adrian Wooldridge and John Micklethwait explain how the pandemic has highlighted weaknesses in Western governments.
Christiane speaks with former National Security Council spokesman Michael Anton about current events. She also speaks with Brendan Byrne about the documentary "Gaza." Melinda Gates sounds the alarm on what the Gates Foundation calls “mutually exacerbating catastrophes." Eddie S. Glaude Jr. tells Walter Isaacson that the U.S. must confront the lies it tells itself about being a redeemer nation.
Military veteran Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) reacts to President Trump’s reported comments about veterans. Photojournalist Kent Nishimura discusses his work documenting the West Coast wildfires. FRONTLINE correspondent Jelani Cobb reflects on police reform and the struggle for racial justice. Joan C. Williams explains how the pandemic is overburdening working mothers.
Jonathan Powell and Mark Landler join Christiane to explain how the UK's Brexit plans could violate international law. Pianist Lang Lang plays from Bach's Goldberg Variations. Journalist Jim Tankersley debunks myths of America's middle class.
Former FBI agent Ali Soufan joins Christiane to discuss his declassified memoir "The Black Banners." Celebrated philosopher Michael Sandel explains how meritocracy devalues the contributions of the working class. Netflix CEO Reed Hastings tells Walter Isaacson his principles in running a successful business.
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) discusses gun control. Belarusian opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya discusses her fight against authoritarianism. Environmental activist Erin Brockovich urges Americans to fight for universal access to clean water. Actor John Leguizamo joins Ana Cabrera to explain the inspiration for his latest film "Critical Thinking.
Activists Aalayah Eastmond and Alicia Garza reflect on the role of young people in social movements like Black Lives Matter and the March for Our Lives. Author Lemn Sissay recounts his experiences of systemic racism growing up in Britain. Historians Annette Gordon-Reed and Jon Meacham discuss Thomas Jefferson’s complicated legacy.
Christiane and CNN correspondent Jim Sciutto discuss John Bolton’s forthcoming memoir, “The Room Where It Happens.” Gabriela Jauregui and journalist Farnaz Fassihi shed light on the rise of domestic abuse in areas under lockdown. Epidemiologist Dr. Larry Brilliant joins Walter Isaacson to explain what’s going wrong at the CDC.
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.
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 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.
Christiane speaks with former U.S. Secretary of Defense William Cohen about America’s relationship with the rest of the world and sociologist Clifford Stott about his work advising the UK government on how to reduce the risk of civil unrest in the wake of the pandemic. Michel Martin speaks with former Seattle Police Chief Norm Stamper about the “dark side” of police culture and how to fix it.