Q&A Schedule

Week of August 10 through August 17

All times and durations are subject to change

Saturday, August 11
8:34 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 30 min. LIVE David Shepardson on Fuel Efficiency StandardsJesse J. Holland; David ShepardsonDavid Shepardson discussed the Trump administration’s efforts to alter Obama-era fuel ... David Shepardson discussed the Trump administration’s efforts to alter Obama-era fuel efficiency standards. 9:07 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 29 min. LIVE Lara Sorokanich on School SafetyJesse J. Holland; Lara SorokanichPopular Mechanics' Lara Sorokanich discussed her article, “Guide to Safer ... Popular Mechanics' Lara Sorokanich discussed her article, “Guide to Safer Schools” which looks at measures schools can take to help keep students safe in the upcoming year.

This program is part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent magazine articles.
9:39 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 21 min. LIVE Open Phones, Part 2Jesse J. HollandTelephone lines were open for viewer calls and social media comments on news of the day. Telephone lines were open for viewer calls and social media comments on news of the day.
10:00 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 20 min. March for Our Lives Bus TourRamon Contreras; Jaclyn Corin; Colin Goddard; Lauren Hogg; Brenda James; Jammal Lemy; Matthew Post; John Swaine; Kenny WoodsStudent gun violence prevention activists from around the country, including Marjory Stoneman ... Student gun violence prevention activists from around the country, including Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, participated in a cross-country voter registration drive. We covered their stops in Greensboro, North Carolina, where the students toured the International Civil Rights Center and Museum and held a rally in LeBauer Park. The next day, we went with the students to Blacksburg, Virginia, where they held a town hall meeting and visited Virginia Tech University, which was the site of a 2007 mass shooting. 10:24 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 1 hr. 43 min. U.S. Conference of Mayors, Youth ActivismStephen "Steve" K. Benjamin; Alfonso Calderon; Vikiana Petit-Homme; John Della Volpe; Shane Bemis; David Hogg; Christine Hunschofsky; Frank I. LuntzYouth civic involvement was the topic during this portion of the 2018 annual meeting of the U.S. ... Youth civic involvement was the topic during this portion of the 2018 annual meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors. Many students addressed the gathering, including a group of international youth activists, and survivors of the Parkland, Florida, high school shooting. They spoke about some the issues they were involved in, ranging from gun violence, carbon emission reduction, education, and sexual harassment. Pollster Frank Luntz also addressed the mayors. He talked about the findings of a recent survey on the attitudes and opinions of millennials. This session began with remarks by conference president, Mayor Stephen Benjamin of Columbia, South Carolina (D). 12:10 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 1 hr. 27 min. U.S. Policy in Southeast AsiaCara Abercrombie; Daniel A. Blumenthal; Walter Lohman; Michael Mazza; Randall SchriverThe American Enterprise Institute hosted a discussion on U.S. policy in Southeast Asia. Assistant ... The American Enterprise Institute hosted a discussion on U.S. policy in Southeast Asia. Assistant Defense Secretary for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs Randall Schriver spoke about military and diplomatic objectives in the Indo-Pacific region. He said that the U.S. would seek to cooperate with China when there are mutual interests but would not hesitate to confront the country when it challenged free and open concepts. In particular, he called China’s militarization efforts in the South China Sea “problematic” and said that it goes against a pledge President Xi Jinping made in 2015 at the White House with President Obama. Mr. Schriver also talked about the suspension of some U.S. military exercises on the Korean Peninsula and said that what happens in the future will largely depend on the behavior of North Korea. Following Mr. Schriver’s remarks, a panel of experts continued the discussion on Southeast Asia and took questions from the audience.
1:38 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 1 hr. Foreign Cyber ThreatsAdam Clayton Powell III; Shawn PowersShawn Powers, senior adviser at the Broadcasting Board of Governors, spoke at a discussion on ... Shawn Powers, senior adviser at the Broadcasting Board of Governors, spoke at a discussion on foreign cyber threats hosted by the University of Southern California Annenberg Center on Communication Leadership and Policy. 2:43 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 1 hr. 1 min. Covering the White HouseJohn Cochran; Jennifer Greer; Christi Parsons; Kristen WelkerWhite House reporters shared their experiences covering the presidency from Dwight Eisenhower to ... White House reporters shared their experiences covering the presidency from Dwight Eisenhower to Donald Trump. Speakers included John Cochran, former chief Capitol Hill correspondent for ABC News and chief NBC White House correspondent; Christi Parsons, former White House correspondent for Tribune; and Kristen Welker, NBC News White House correspondent. This Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication event was moderated by the organization’s president, Jennifer Greer. 3:47 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 1 hr. 26 min. Legacy of Justice Anthony KennedyIshan Bhabha; Greta Brawner; Nicole A. SaharskyIshan Bhabha and and Nicole Saharsky talked about the legacy of Justice Anthony Kennedy, who ... Ishan Bhabha and and Nicole Saharsky talked about the legacy of Justice Anthony Kennedy, who announced his retirement from the Supreme Court in June 2018. Mr. Bhabha was a clerk to Justice Kennedy from 2011-12, and Ms. Saharsky argued 29 cases before the Court between 2007-17 as assistant to the solicitor general. Among other topics the guests discussed Justice Kennedy’s opinions in several cases on issues that included flag burning, school prayer, capital punishment, abortion rights, sexual orientation discrimination, same-sex marriage, university admissions standards, and Guantanamo Bay detainees.

In 1987 President Ronald Reagan nominated Anthony Kennedy, at the time a U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals judge, to the Supreme Court. He was confirmed unanimously and took the bench on February 18, 1988.
5:14 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 1 hr. 3 min. Judge Kavanaugh's Former Clerks on the NomineeJohn Malcolm; Roman Martinez; Sarah Pitlyk; Rebecca Taibleson; Porter WilkinsonFormer clerks of Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh participated in a discussion about ... Former clerks of Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh participated in a discussion about their former boss. Topics included Judge Kavanaugh’s judicial philosophy, his legal career, his thought process in hiring clerks, and his personal qualities as a husband and father. At the time of this program Judge Kavanaugh sat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. 6:21 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 5 min. Weekly Democratic AddressBobby ScottIn the weekly Democratic address, Representative Bobby Scott (D-NC) talked about the cost of ... In the weekly Democratic address, Representative Bobby Scott (D-NC) talked about the cost of higher education. 6:29 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 30 min. Communicators with Jonathan AdelsteinJonathan S. Adelstein; Todd Shields; Peter SlenJonathan Adelstein, president of the Wireless Infrastructure Association (WIA), talked about 5G ... Jonathan Adelstein, president of the Wireless Infrastructure Association (WIA), talked about 5G and small-cell technology. WIA builds the cell towers and other technologies needed for the next generation of mobile communications.
7:01 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Health Insurance PlansMichael F. Cannon; Christopher "Chris" Pope; Jeff VandersliceHealth policy scholars talked about the Trump administration’s decision to expand ... Health policy scholars talked about the Trump administration’s decision to expand short-term, limited-duration health insurance plans. Under the new rules, these insurance plans can last up to 12 months and can be renewed for up to 36 months. Speakers included Manhattan Institute senior fellow Chris Pope and Cato Institute health policy studies director Michael Cannon. 8:01 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 26 min. State Department Commemoration of 1998 African Embassy BombingsPrudence Bushnell; John Lange; Tibor Nagy; John SullivanDeputy Secretary of State John Sullivan was among the State Department officials who spoke at a ... Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan was among the State Department officials who spoke at a ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the bombings of the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. The former U.S. ambassador to Kenya and the chargĂ© d’affaires in the U.S. embassy in Tanzania, who were both present at the time of the bombings on August 7, 1998, also delivered remarks at the event. The attacks, which killed more than 200 people, were the first major offensive against the U.S. from the al-Qaeda terror group. 8:28 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Ceremony for Embassy Bombing VictimsMadeleine K. Albright; Bill Clinton; William S. Cohen; Joseph O'KeeffePrior to the arrival of the plane, telephone lines were opened for audience comments while live ... Prior to the arrival of the plane, telephone lines were opened for audience comments while live shots were shown of mourners arriving for the ceremony. A plane carrying the caskets of U.S. citizens killed in terrorist bombings in Kenya and Tanzania last week were shown arriving. The caskets were carried by honor guards into the hanger where ceremonies were held. President Clinton and others praised the victims and described their accomplishments.
9:29 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 1 hr. 30 min. Lynn Novick and Doug Stanton on the Vietnam War at Home in 1968Lynn Novick; Paul Orgel; Doug StantonDoug Stanton and Lynn Novick talked about the Vietnam War in 1968 as part of C-SPAN’s ... Doug Stanton and Lynn Novick talked about the Vietnam War in 1968 as part of C-SPAN’s “1968: America in Turmoil” series. The war was fought not only in the jungles of Vietnam but on American streets in 1968. Student marches and acts of civil disobedience dominated headlines, including the story of brothers and fellow priests, Daniel and Philip Berrigan, who seized and burned hundreds of draft cards along with fellow pacifists and became known as the “Catonsville Nine.” Vietnam War veterans returned to a changed country. The program began with a three-minute “CBS Reports” clip from 1969 on opposition to the war.


Mr. Stanton is the author of The Odyssey of Echo Company: The 1968 Tet Offensive and the Epic Battle to Survive the Vietnam War, and filmmaker Lynn Novick’s most recent project was with Ken Burns on the 10-part documentary, The Vietnam War.
11:02 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 26 min. State Department Commemoration of 1998 African Embassy BombingsPrudence Bushnell; John Lange; Tibor Nagy; John SullivanDeputy Secretary of State John Sullivan was among the State Department officials who spoke at a ... Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan was among the State Department officials who spoke at a ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the bombings of the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. The former U.S. ambassador to Kenya and the chargĂ© d’affaires in the U.S. embassy in Tanzania, who were both present at the time of the bombings on August 7, 1998, also delivered remarks at the event. The attacks, which killed more than 200 people, were the first major offensive against the U.S. from the al-Qaeda terror group. 11:29 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Ceremony for Embassy Bombing VictimsMadeleine K. Albright; Bill Clinton; William S. Cohen; Joseph O'KeeffePrior to the arrival of the plane, telephone lines were opened for audience comments while live ... Prior to the arrival of the plane, telephone lines were opened for audience comments while live shots were shown of mourners arriving for the ceremony. A plane carrying the caskets of U.S. citizens killed in terrorist bombings in Kenya and Tanzania last week were shown arriving. The caskets were carried by honor guards into the hanger where ceremonies were held. President Clinton and others praised the victims and described their accomplishments.
Sunday, August 12
12:28 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 1 hr. 30 min. Lynn Novick and Doug Stanton on the Vietnam War at Home in 1968Lynn Novick; Paul Orgel; Doug StantonDoug Stanton and Lynn Novick talked about the Vietnam War in 1968 as part of C-SPAN’s ... Doug Stanton and Lynn Novick talked about the Vietnam War in 1968 as part of C-SPAN’s “1968: America in Turmoil” series. The war was fought not only in the jungles of Vietnam but on American streets in 1968. Student marches and acts of civil disobedience dominated headlines, including the story of brothers and fellow priests, Daniel and Philip Berrigan, who seized and burned hundreds of draft cards along with fellow pacifists and became known as the “Catonsville Nine.” Vietnam War veterans returned to a changed country. The program began with a three-minute “CBS Reports” clip from 1969 on opposition to the war.


Mr. Stanton is the author of The Odyssey of Echo Company: The 1968 Tet Offensive and the Epic Battle to Survive the Vietnam War, and filmmaker Lynn Novick’s most recent project was with Ken Burns on the 10-part documentary, The Vietnam War.
2:00 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 1 hr. 57 min. Arms Export PoliciesMelissa Dalton; Alex Gray; Andrew Philip Hunter; Tina S. Kaidanow; Keith Webster; Jeff Abramson; Laura Cressey; Dak HardwickTina Kaidanow, the State Department’s top official overseeing federal arms sales policies, ... Tina Kaidanow, the State Department’s top official overseeing federal arms sales policies, was the keynote speaker at a discussion on the Trump administration’s arms control policies. She talked about the administration’s desire to boost the U.S. defense industry while using arm sales as a diplomatic tool. After her remarks, industry and policy experts reviewed the approach as well as concerns about some of the changes. Panelists also took questions from the audience. 3:59 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 59 min. USAID Administrator on Promoting Democracy in Latin AmericaEric Farnsworth; Mark GreenMark Green, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) administrator, talked about ... Mark Green, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) administrator, talked about promoting democracy and peace in Latin America, particularly in Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Colombia. He discussed his recent trip to Latin America and talked about some of USAID’s initiatives to provide humanitarian assistance and develop long-term stability in the region.
5:01 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 55 min. National Governors Association, Self-Driving AutomobilesDoug Burgum; John Krafcik; Susana Martinez; Brian E. Sandoval; Rick SnyderThe National Governors Association met in Santa Fe, New Mexico for their 2018 summer meeting. In ... The National Governors Association met in Santa Fe, New Mexico for their 2018 summer meeting. In this portion, the focus was on innovation as the governors heard from Waymo CEO John Krafcik who discussed the technology behind his company’s self-driving automobiles, and how they could affect everyday life. He was interviewed by Governor Brian Sandoval (R-NV) who chairs the National Governors Association. 5:58 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 1 hr. Social Media, Congress and DemocracyWilliam diGiacomantonio; Colleen J. Shogan; Jacob StrausThe U.S. Capitol Historical Society hosted an event in which speakers addressed the impact of ... The U.S. Capitol Historical Society hosted an event in which speakers addressed the impact of social media on Congress and the democratic process between members and their constituents. They talked about their ongoing research of the topic, and explained and defined their new theory of “interactive representation,” or the means by which an increasing number of congressional members are engaging online with the people they represent. 7:00 AM EDT on RadioApprox. 3 hr. Q&A with David StewartBrian Lamb; David O. StewartConstitutional lawyer David Stewart talked about his book, Impeached: The Trial of President ... Constitutional lawyer David Stewart talked about his book, Impeached: The Trial of President Andrew Johnson and the Fight for Lincoln’s Legacy.
7:00 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 3 hr. 1 min. LIVE Open Phones on Race RelationsAngie Beeman; Devin Fergus; Shaun R. Harper; Sandy Hausman; Keith Mayes; Bill ScanlanTelephone lines and social media were open for viewer comments on a question related to the ... Telephone lines and social media were open for viewer comments on a question related to the one-year anniversary of a white nationalist protest against the removal of a Charlottesville, Virginia, Confederate monument: “What is the state of race relations in your community?” At that protest, violence broke out, and a man drove his car into counter-protestors, killing one person. A “Unite the Right 2” rally was happening later in the day in Washington, D.C., to mark the anniversary as well as a “D.C. United Against Hate” counterprotest.

A Charlottesville public radio journalist spoke via Skype about activities related to the protests and the state of race relations in her city. Four professors were also interviewed on Skype about the state of race relations in their states and city of California, Minnesota, Missouri, and New York City.
7:51 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 8 min. LIVE Sandy Hauser on Race Relations in Charlottesville, VirginiaBill ScanlanSandy Hauser, the bureau chief for Virginia Public Radio/WVTF in Charlottesville, was interviewed ... Sandy Hauser, the bureau chief for Virginia Public Radio/WVTF in Charlottesville, was interviewed via Skype about the state of race relations in her city. She spoke on the one-year anniversary of a white nationalist protest against the removal of Confederate monument in Charlottesville. At that protest, violence broke out, and a man drove his car into counter-protestors, killing one person. A “Unite the Right 2” rally was happening later in the day in Washington, D.C., to mark the one-year anniversary as well as a “D.C. United Against Hate” counter-protest. 8:22 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 12 min. LIVE Devin Fergus on Race Relations In MissouriUniversity of Missouri, Kansas Professor Devin Fergus spoke via Skype about race relations in his ... University of Missouri, Kansas Professor Devin Fergus spoke via Skype about race relations in his state four years after the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri.
8:51 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 8 min. LIVE Keith Mayes on Race Relations in MinnesotaUniversity of Minnesota Profess Keith Mayes spoke via Skype about race relations in his state two ... University of Minnesota Profess Keith Mayes spoke via Skype about race relations in his state two years after the police shooting of Philando Castile in Falcon Heights, Minnesota. 9:39 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 5 min. LIVE Angie Beeman on Race Relations in New York CityBaruch College Professor Angie Beeman spoke via Skype about the state of relations in New York ... Baruch College Professor Angie Beeman spoke via Skype about the state of relations in New York City four years since the chokehold death of Eric Garner by New York City Police Department officer. 9:54 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 6 min. LIVE Shaun Harper on Race Relations in CaliforniaShaun Harper spoke via Skype about race relations in California. He is the executive director of ... Shaun Harper spoke via Skype about race relations in California. He is the executive director of the Southern California Race and Equity Center.
10:02 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 31 min. Newsmakers with Jim BridenstinePedro Echevarria; Jim Bridenstine; Christian Davenport; Caleb HenryNASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine talks about the Trump administration’s priorities for ... NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine talks about the Trump administration’s priorities for space, including the president’s proposal for a Space Force. Mr. Bridenstine, a Republican member of Congress from 2013-18 and a former Navy pilot, served as executive director of the Tulsa Air and Space Museum and Planetarium. 10:34 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 1 hr. 32 min. Offensive Speech and the First AmendmentJoseph Cabosky; Hadar Harris; Chelsea Reynolds; Rodney A. Smolla; Sally Ann Cruikshank; Jason ShepardLegal scholars and academics examined the limits of free speech, including whether the First ... Legal scholars and academics examined the limits of free speech, including whether the First Amendment protects so-called offensive or “hate speech.” Speakers included representatives from the NAACP, the Student Press Law Center, and a law school dean who has argued free speech cases before the Supreme Court. This discussion was part of the 2018 annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. 12:07 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 20 min. Open Phones on Race RelationsAngie Beeman; Devin Fergus; Shaun R. Harper; Sandy Hausman; Keith Mayes; Bill ScanlanTelephone lines and social media were open for viewer comments on a question related to the ... Telephone lines and social media were open for viewer comments on a question related to the one-year anniversary of a white nationalist protest against the removal of a Charlottesville, Virginia, Confederate monument: “What is the state of race relations in your community?” At that protest, violence broke out, and a man drove his car into counter-protestors, killing one person. A “Unite the Right 2” rally was happening later in the day in Washington, D.C., to mark the anniversary as well as a “D.C. United Against Hate” counterprotest.

A Charlottesville public radio journalist spoke via Skype about activities related to the protests and the state of race relations in her city. Four professors were also interviewed on Skype about the state of race relations in their states and city of California, Minnesota, Missouri, and New York City.
12:28 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 2 hr. 46 min. LIVE D.C. United Against Hate CounterprotestTomas ; Shaheera Jalil Albasit; Eyad Alkurabi; Aiyi'nah Ford; Makia Green; Graylan Hagler; Franz Afraim Katzir; Angel Moten; Conrado Muloc; Malik Naim; Khury Petersen-Smith; Son La Lucha; David Thurston; Ralph Watkins; Harriette WimmsDC United Against Hate held a counter-protest prior to a “Unite the Right” white ... DC United Against Hate held a counter-protest prior to a “Unite the Right” white nationalists rally marking the anniversary of their first rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

There were two brief signal losses during the live airing. The program contains language that some may find objectionable.
3:15 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 8 min. Sandy Hauser on Race Relations in Charlottesville, VirginiaBill ScanlanSandy Hauser, the bureau chief for Virginia Public Radio/WVTF in Charlottesville, was interviewed ... Sandy Hauser, the bureau chief for Virginia Public Radio/WVTF in Charlottesville, was interviewed via Skype about the state of race relations in her city. She spoke on the one-year anniversary of a white nationalist protest against the removal of Confederate monument in Charlottesville. At that protest, violence broke out, and a man drove his car into counter-protestors, killing one person. A “Unite the Right 2” rally was happening later in the day in Washington, D.C., to mark the one-year anniversary as well as a “D.C. United Against Hate” counter-protest. 3:24 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 12 min. Devin Fergus on Race Relations In MissouriUniversity of Missouri, Kansas Professor Devin Fergus spoke via Skype about race relations in his ... University of Missouri, Kansas Professor Devin Fergus spoke via Skype about race relations in his state four years after the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri.
3:36 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 8 min. Keith Mayes on Race Relations in MinnesotaUniversity of Minnesota Profess Keith Mayes spoke via Skype about race relations in his state two ... University of Minnesota Profess Keith Mayes spoke via Skype about race relations in his state two years after the police shooting of Philando Castile in Falcon Heights, Minnesota. 3:44 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 5 min. Angie Beeman on Race Relations in New York CityBaruch College Professor Angie Beeman spoke via Skype about the state of relations in New York ... Baruch College Professor Angie Beeman spoke via Skype about the state of relations in New York City four years since the chokehold death of Eric Garner by New York City Police Department officer. 3:49 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 6 min. Shaun Harper on Race Relations in CaliforniaShaun Harper spoke via Skype about race relations in California. He is the executive director of ... Shaun Harper spoke via Skype about race relations in California. He is the executive director of the Southern California Race and Equity Center.
3:58 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 3 min. Libertarianism v. Conservatism DebateChristopher Baldacci; Colleen Harmon; Kim R. Holmes; Stephanie Slade; Taylor Sutton; Andrea Vacchiano; Joshua WaechterSummer interns for the Washington D.,C., think tanks the Cato Institute and the Heritage ... Summer interns for the Washington D.,C., think tanks the Cato Institute and the Heritage Foundation participated in a debate on libertarianism versus conservatism. The students debated a range of issues, including immigration policy, physician-assisted suicide, foreign policy, and the opioid epidemic. Later, they took questions from the audience. Stephanie Slade moderated the event. 4:01 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 1 hr. 3 min. LIVE Anniversary of Charlottesville ProtestJason Kessler; Charles Lincoln; Al Stankard; Jovanni ValleJason Kessler, organizer of the “Unite the Right 2 ” rally, spoke to attendees of an ... Jason Kessler, organizer of the “Unite the Right 2 ” rally, spoke to attendees of an event to mark the anniversary of the group’s first rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Several of his supporters also spoke on what Mr. Kessler called the topic of “white civil rights.” The small group of speakers were surrounded by protestors cordoned off by police. The event ended sooner than expected, in part because of rain. 5:05 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 1 hr. 7 min. Covering the Trump White HouseMaggie Haberman; Gary IamsMaggie Haberman, a New York Times White House correspondent and CNN political analyst, ... Maggie Haberman, a New York Times White House correspondent and CNN political analyst, spoke about covering the Trump White House. Among the areas she talked about were the mechanics of the daily press briefings and how information is disseminated by the White House to the press. She also discussed the president’s use of Twitter and how she views the influence of social media on news coverage. She gave her remarks at a symposium hosted by Ohio State University at Marion.
6:17 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 31 min. Newsmakers with Jim BridenstinePedro Echevarria; Jim Bridenstine; Christian Davenport; Caleb HenryNASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine talks about the Trump administration’s priorities for ... NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine talks about the Trump administration’s priorities for space, including the president’s proposal for a Space Force. Mr. Bridenstine, a Republican member of Congress from 2013-18 and a former Navy pilot, served as executive director of the Tulsa Air and Space Museum and Planetarium. 6:52 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 1 hr. 5 min. Non-Governmental Agencies and Foreign PolicyStefanie Brown James; Alex Johnson; Anthony RobinsonThe Open Society Foundations hosted a panel discussion on the role of civil society in U.S. ... The Open Society Foundations hosted a panel discussion on the role of civil society in U.S. foreign policy. More specifically, speakers provided recommendations aimed at improving workforce diversity, inclusion, and equity in the foreign policy sector. Alex Johnson moderated the event. 7:59 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Ginger ThompsonBrian LambProPublica senior reporter Ginger Thompson talked about her story, “The Making of a ... ProPublica senior reporter Ginger Thompson talked about her story, “The Making of a Massacre,” about an attack on a small Mexican town by the Zetas drug cartel.
8:00 PM EDT on RadioApprox. 1 hr. Q&A with Ginger ThompsonBrian LambProPublica senior reporter Ginger Thompson talked about her story, “The Making of a ... ProPublica senior reporter Ginger Thompson talked about her story, “The Making of a Massacre,” about an attack on a small Mexican town by the Zetas drug cartel. 9:00 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 1 hr. 5 min. D.C. United Against Hate CounterprotestTomas ; Shaheera Jalil Albasit; Eyad Alkurabi; Aiyi'nah Ford; Makia Green; Graylan Hagler; Franz Afraim Katzir; Angel Moten; Conrado Muloc; Malik Naim; Khury Petersen-Smith; Son La Lucha; David Thurston; Ralph Watkins; Harriette WimmsDC United Against Hate held a counter-protest prior to a “Unite the Right” white ... DC United Against Hate held a counter-protest prior to a “Unite the Right” white nationalists rally marking the anniversary of their first rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

There were two brief signal losses during the live airing. The program contains language that some may find objectionable.
10:08 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 45 min. Anniversary of Charlottesville ProtestJason Kessler; Charles Lincoln; Al Stankard; Jovanni ValleJason Kessler, organizer of the “Unite the Right 2 ” rally, spoke to attendees of an ... Jason Kessler, organizer of the “Unite the Right 2 ” rally, spoke to attendees of an event to mark the anniversary of the group’s first rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Several of his supporters also spoke on what Mr. Kessler called the topic of “white civil rights.” The small group of speakers were surrounded by protestors cordoned off by police. The event ended sooner than expected, in part because of rain.
11:00 PM EDT on RadioApprox. 1 hr. Q&A with Ginger ThompsonBrian LambProPublica senior reporter Ginger Thompson talked about her story, “The Making of a ... ProPublica senior reporter Ginger Thompson talked about her story, “The Making of a Massacre,” about an attack on a small Mexican town by the Zetas drug cartel. 11:00 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Ginger ThompsonBrian LambProPublica senior reporter Ginger Thompson talked about her story, “The Making of a ... ProPublica senior reporter Ginger Thompson talked about her story, “The Making of a Massacre,” about an attack on a small Mexican town by the Zetas drug cartel.
Monday, August 13
12:00 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 1 hr. 5 min. D.C. United Against Hate CounterprotestTomas ; Shaheera Jalil Albasit; Eyad Alkurabi; Aiyi'nah Ford; Makia Green; Graylan Hagler; Franz Afraim Katzir; Angel Moten; Conrado Muloc; Malik Naim; Khury Petersen-Smith; Son La Lucha; David Thurston; Ralph Watkins; Harriette WimmsDC United Against Hate held a counter-protest prior to a “Unite the Right” white ... DC United Against Hate held a counter-protest prior to a “Unite the Right” white nationalists rally marking the anniversary of their first rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

There were two brief signal losses during the live airing. The program contains language that some may find objectionable.
1:07 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 45 min. Anniversary of Charlottesville ProtestJason Kessler; Charles Lincoln; Al Stankard; Jovanni ValleJason Kessler, organizer of the “Unite the Right 2 ” rally, spoke to attendees of an ... Jason Kessler, organizer of the “Unite the Right 2 ” rally, spoke to attendees of an event to mark the anniversary of the group’s first rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Several of his supporters also spoke on what Mr. Kessler called the topic of “white civil rights.” The small group of speakers were surrounded by protestors cordoned off by police. The event ended sooner than expected, in part because of rain. 2:00 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 2 hr. 13 min. Combating Insider ThreatsMichael Barnes; Wayne Belk; Aaron Boyd; William Evanina; Carol Flynn; Jefferson Gilkeson; Kimberly O'Grady; Charles Phalen; Alex TreadwayNextgov, a federal technology and cybersecurity website, hosted a forum with intelligence ... Nextgov, a federal technology and cybersecurity website, hosted a forum with intelligence officials and security experts on insider threats in the government and the private sector. Topics of discussion included the privacy and security implications of insider threats, training employees to identify malicious activity, and the key components for constructing an insider threat program. Notable speakers included National Counterintelligence and Security Center director William Evanina, National Insider Threat Task Force Director Wayne Belk, and Lockheed Martin intelligence analyst Kimberly O’Grady.
4:17 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 27 min. Insider Trading Charges Against Representative Chris CollinsWilliam Sweeney; Stephanie Avakian; Geoffrey Berman; Steven PeikinThe FBI, Justice Department, and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) held a news conference ... The FBI, Justice Department, and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) held a news conference to announce federal insider trading charges against Representative Chris Collins (R-NY). He was accused of tipping off his family and friends in June 2017 to insider knowledge of a drug company’s failed clinical trials for a drug to treat multiple sclerosis. Representative Collins sits on the board of directors of this company, Innate Immunotherapeutics Limited, which is based in Australia. Others facing charges include his son, son’s fiance, and her father. 4:44 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 7 min. Representative Collins News ConferenceChris CollinsRepresentative Chris Collins (R-NY) spoke to reporters In Buffalo, New York, about insider trading ... Representative Chris Collins (R-NY) spoke to reporters In Buffalo, New York, about insider trading charges filed against him by federal officials earlier in the day. He denied any wrongdoing and said he intended to remain on the ballot for reelection in November 2018. The indictment charges Representative Collins and two others, including the congressman’s son, with conspiracy, wire fraud, and other counts concerning a biotechnology company. 4:53 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 1 hr. 5 min. Non-Governmental Agencies and Foreign PolicyStefanie Brown James; Alex Johnson; Anthony RobinsonThe Open Society Foundations hosted a panel discussion on the role of civil society in U.S. ... The Open Society Foundations hosted a panel discussion on the role of civil society in U.S. foreign policy. More specifically, speakers provided recommendations aimed at improving workforce diversity, inclusion, and equity in the foreign policy sector. Alex Johnson moderated the event.
6:00 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Ginger ThompsonBrian LambProPublica senior reporter Ginger Thompson talked about her story, “The Making of a ... ProPublica senior reporter Ginger Thompson talked about her story, “The Making of a Massacre,” about an attack on a small Mexican town by the Zetas drug cartel. 7:00 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 1 hr. LIVE Open PhonesPedro EchevarriaTelephone lines and social media were open for viewer comments on Omarosa Manigault Newman’s ... Telephone lines and social media were open for viewer comments on Omarosa Manigault Newman’s comments on President Trump. 3:55 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 58 min. Q&A with Ginger ThompsonBrian LambProPublica senior reporter Ginger Thompson talked about her story, “The Making of a ... ProPublica senior reporter Ginger Thompson talked about her story, “The Making of a Massacre,” about an attack on a small Mexican town by the Zetas drug cartel.
Tuesday, August 14
4:30 AM EDT on RadioApprox. 30 min. Q&A with Congressional HistoriansRichard A. Baker; Brian Lamb; Donald A. Ritchie; Raymond "Ray" W. SmockCongressional historians Richard Baker, Ray Smock, and Donald Ritchie talked about American ... Congressional historians Richard Baker, Ray Smock, and Donald Ritchie talked about American history and the U.S. Congress.