Filter by

Magazine Article

Videos

Sorted by Most Recent Airing
Showing 1 - of 229 Show 100
  • Last Aired

    Robby Soave on Media Coverage of 2020 Campaign

    Reason Magazine senior editor Robby Soave talked about his recent article, “The Media Had Four Years to Figure Out Trump Voters. They Blew It,” in which he criticized media coverage of the Trump…

    690 views
  • Last Aired

    Daniel Franklin on the World in 2020

    The Economist’s Daniel Franklin discussed the magazine’s annual issue previewing the year ahead, looking at 2020. This program is part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent…

    663 views
  • Last Aired

    Susan Berfield on FDA Oversight of Generic Drugs

    Bloomberg Businessweek’s Susan Berfield discussed issues with FDA oversight of generic pharmaceuticals. This program is part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent magazine…

    252 views
  • Last Aired

    Harry Bruinius on Socialism and Campaign 2020

    Christian Science Monitor’s Harry Bruinius discussed his piece about his conversations with swing country voters in Pennsylvania about socialism. This program is part of a “Washington…

    523 views
  • Last Aired

    Peter Canellos on U.S. Historical Sites and the Telling of American History

    Politico editor-at-large Peter Canellos discussed his recent article on whether people are still turning to historical sites to learn more about American history. This program is part of a…

    304 views
  • Last Aired

    Stephen Rodrick on the Suicide Epidemic

    Rolling Stone senior writer Stephen Rodrick discussed his piece “All-American Despair” looking at the suicide epidemic, particularly in the western U.S. This program is part of a “Washington…

    874 views
  • Last Aired

    Adam Harris on the College Graduation Gap in Rural America

    Adam Harris talked about his Atlantic article, “The Education Deserts of Rural America,” on the college graduation gap between those living in rural and urban areas in the U.S. This program is part of a…

    552 views
  • Last Aired

    Susan Milligan on the Impact of "Brain Drain" on States

    Susan Milligan talked about her recent U.S. News and World Report article on the impact that “brain drain” has had on state economies, as well as the political polarization in those areas. This program…

    454 views
  • Last Aired

    Naomi Schaefer Riley on Efforts to Change Charitable Foundation Giving

    Washington Examiner contributor Naomi Schaefer Riley discussed her recent article looking at efforts to dictate how charitable foundations spend their money. This program is part of a “Washington…

    462 views
  • Last Aired

    Gopal Ratnam on Oversight and Regulation of Artificial Intelligence

    CQ Roll Call’s Gopal Ratnam discussed Congress' role in the oversight and regulation of artificial intelligence as the use of the technology increases. This program is part of a “Washington…

    487 views
  • Last Aired

    Peter Grier on Challenges to American Democracy

    Christian Science Monitor Washington editor Peter Grier discussed the magazine’s “Democracy Under Strain” series looking at America’s political structure and the challenges it’s currently facing. This…

    415 views
  • Last Aired

    Aviva Stahl on Prisoner Treatment and Hunger Strikes

    Aviva Stahl talked about her special investigation piece for The Nation Magazine, “Gag Order,” which looks at the treatment of prisoners in a U.S. super maximum security prison in Colorado. This…

    468 views
  • Last Aired

    Matt Ford on 2020 Democrats and Future of the IRS

    The New Republic’s Matt Ford discussed his article “Make the IRS Great Again” and how Democrats can use this issue in the 2020 race for the White House. This program is part of a “Washington…

    421 views
  • Last Aired

    John Dale Grover on Potential Conflict With Iran

    The National Interest’s John Dale Grover discussed growing tensions between the U.S. and Iran and the risk of a “miscalculation” between the two countries leading to a military conflict. This program…

    315 views
  • Last Aired

    Robert Atkinson on China's Economy

    National Review contributor Robert Atkinson discussed his recent piece examining China’s economic model. This program is part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent magazine…

    527 views
  • Last Aired

    Stephanie Savell on America's Role in Global War Against Terrorism

    Costs of War Project’s Stephanie Savell talked about her work with Smithsonian Magazine article on her research into the U.S.'s expanding role in the global war against terrorism. This program is part of a…

    707 views
  • Last Aired

    Elizabeth Zach on Tax Lobby's Influence on the IRS

    In These Times contributor Elizabeth Zach discussed her piece looking at the influence of tax preparers like Intuit and H&R Block on the IRS. This program is part of a “Washington Journal”…

    550 views
  • Last Aired

    Nick Gillespie on Trust in Government

    Nick Gillespie talked about his Reason.com article, "Everyone Agrees Government Is a Hot Mess. So Why Does It Keep Getting Bigger Anyway?', on Americans' trust of government. This program is part of a…

    3,891 views
  • Last Aired

    Austin Frerick on Agriculture and Rural America

    Austin Frerick talked about his recent American Conservative article on the U.S. agriculture industry and its impact on rural America. This program is part of a “Washington Journal” series…

    1,811 views
  • Last Aired

    Mark Trumbull on the "Wealth Tax"

    Christian Science Monitor economy editor Mark Trumbull discussed the idea of the “wealth tax” that is being floated by some progressives. This program is part of a “Washington Journal”…

    469 views
  • Load 20 More