How is the Biden administration handling the unusual circumstances in which it finds itself? In what ways will the president-elect's planning differ due to the situation the country finds itself?
We talk with Rina Shah (Republican Women for Trump) about the media and racism, and discuss the backdrop of social issues as the riots flared inside the US Capitol.
As 2020 wraps up, we discuss prominent achievements and groundbreaking roles women played. What is expected in 2021? Panel: Hadley Heath Manning, Rina Shah, Former Rep. Donna Edwards (D-MD), Lara Brown
Vegas gamblers are taking bets as to whether or not First Lady Melania Trump will stay married to President Donald Trump once the results of the election are finalized. Panel: Latifa Lyles, Tiana Lowe, Rina Shah, Debra Carnahan
Will Susan Collins (R-ME) be able to hold off a tough challenge from Sara Gideon, a Democrat? Collins recently voted against the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Barrett's nomination went ahead regardless due to support from all other Republicans. PANEL: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Carrie Lukas, Rina Shah Bharara, Hilary Rosen
We discuss Amy Coney Barrett's nomination to the US Supreme Court. How will it affect the ideological lean of the court, and particularly, women's rights? PANEL: Linda Chavez, Carrie Lukas, Atima Omara, Anushay Hossain
A former federal prosecutor during the Watergate investigation said Donald and Ivanka Trump "could go to jail" for tax evasion. Will he be charged once he leaves office? We ask our panel: Fmr. Rep. Donna Edwards (D-MD), Debra Carnahan, Rina Shah Bharara, and Patrice Lee Onwuka.
When will the winner of this year's presidential election be known? With mail-in ballots and other delays, we may not have a clear idea the night of November 3rd, or even the next day. How will the candidates react? Would President Trump accept the results or would he challenge them if he lost? PANEL: Fmr. Rep. Donna Edwards (D-MD) and Rina Shah Bharara of Republican Women for Biden.
What happens if there is a crisis and we don't have a president after the election? What happens if President Trump challenges the results of the election or refuses to leave the White House? We discuss with Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton and Tara Setmayer of the Lincoln Project.
Dr. Jill Biden could become the first First Lady to keep her day job, if former VP Joe Biden wins the presidency. She has said she will continue her job as an English professor at the local community college, even if her husband becomes president. We discuss with Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) and Patrice Onwuka. Watch this week's episode for more discussion as the Democratic Convention wraps u
We discuss the relative strengths and weaknesses of some possible vice-presidential running mates for Joe Biden, including Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Kamala Harris (D-CA), and Reps. Karen Bass (D-CA) and Val Demings (D-FL). Please watch this week's episode, where we interview one of them, Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL). PANEL: Fmr. Rep. Donna Edwards (D-MD) & Ann Stone (Women for Trump)
The Supreme Court delivered a historic victory for LGBT people, ruling that they are protected from workplace discrimination under federal law. We speak with the president and CEO of GLAAD, Sarah Kate Ellis, about what this means for the LGBT community.
How to deal with the pandemic. In this snippet, host Bonnie Erbe speaks with Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) on the impact of the coronavirus.
We revisit our interview with Lilly Ledbetter about her book Grace and Grit: My fight for equal pay and fairness at Goodyear and Beyond. Panel: Del Eleanor Norton, Linda Chavez, Genevieve Wood, Ruth Conniff
Advocates for reproductive rights spoke out about an abortion law focused on hospital admitting privileges for doctors who perform the service in clinic. A similar case out of Texas was struck down in 2016. We heard from Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA) , National Organization for Women 's Toni Van Pelt, Center For Reproductive Rights' Susan Inman and Guttmacher Institute's Dr. Herminia Palacio.
Women-owned tech startups are getting very little funding, and a new survey shows most men do not find this concerning. Venture capitalists, who make most of these decisions, are mostly men. Women are gaining some influence, but very slowly. PANEL: Patrice Onwuka, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Genevieve Wood, Fmr. Rep. Donna Edwards (D-MD)
A new survey says Republican women see Melania Trump as an asset for President Trump's reelection campaign. These women, who support the president, say Melania's "class" is one important reason they want to vote for him again. PANEL: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC); Frmr Rep. Donna Edwards (D-MD); Genevieve Wood, Patrice Onwuka
The House of Representatives has repealed the Equal Rights Amendment’s deadline. The ERA would Constitutionally guarantee equal rights for women. It is unknown whether the Senate will follow suit. Panel: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Donna Edwards, Patrice Onwuka, Liz Matory