News headlines were read and phone lines were open for viewer calls on the events of the day. The New York Times' Noam Scheiber also joined by phone to talk about the Obama administration’s proposed changes to overtime pay.
Live daily at 7 a.m. ET, “Washington Journal” is a forum for leading journalists and public policy makers to discuss events and legislation. Guests discussed proposed changes to overtime pay, 2016 campaigns, and the Greek and Puerto Rican debt crises.
Matt Schlapp talked about Republican strategy for winning the presidency in 2016. He discussed some of the key issues in the 2016 elections, the role of moderates and the tea party movement, campaign finance, and the large number of Republicans announcing presidential bids. fter the interview the reporters discussed his responses with the host.
New York Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., and Executive Editor Dean Baquet talk about the past, present, and future of the newspaper. They are interviewed by Jack Rosenthal, interim director of the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute.
Innovators, venture capitalists, and members of the media gathered for the sixth annual TechCrunch Disrupt New York conference for a look at some of the new products and services in the technology startup world.
American Conservative Union Chair Matt Schlapp joins us this week to discuss the large 2016 Republican field of candidates, key issues in the campaign, and what the party needs to do to win the next presidential election.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) speaks about President Ronald Reagan’s influence on his life in politics and his belief in American exceptionalism in remarks at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, California.
Former Vice President Walter Mondale and former Senator Gary Hart (D-CO) give opening keynote remarks on the future of intelligence reform at an all-day forum hosted by the New York University School of Law’s Brennan Center for Justice.
American Prospect Senior Writer Paul Waldman and Washington Examiner Politics Editor James Antle discuss the 2016 presidential contest and how current events at home and abroad have altered the political campaigns.
Reporters who cover the Supreme Court discuss the recent Court term, including key decisions and the personalities and interactions among the nine justices, and give their predictions for the next term.
Live daily at 7 a.m. ET, “Washington Journal” is a forum for leading journalists and public policy makers to discuss events and legislation. Guests discuss Congress' week ahead, redistricting in Arizona, and President Obama’s legacy.
Cook Political Report House Editor David Wasserman explains the impact of the Supreme Court decision in Arizona State Legislature v. Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission and what it means for other states across the country.
Author and Presidential Historian Richard Norton Smith discusses interpretations of what President Obama’s legacy is and might be following recent Supreme Court decisions, the Charleston shooting, and his handling of the economy and foreign policy.
Former Chair of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) Deborah Hersman discusses her group’s role in addressing key safety issues in the U.S., including distracted driving, workplace safety, and prescription drug overdoses.