American History/BookTV Schedule

Week of July 22 through July 29

All times and durations are subject to change

Saturday, July 24
6:36 AM EDTApprox. 1 hr. 26 min.Legal Experts Discuss Social Media ContentThe Federalist Society hosted a virtual discussion with legal experts on regulating social media ... The Federalist Society hosted a virtual discussion with legal experts on regulating social media content. Topics included were the role of the FCC, the perceived censorship of conservative voices by big tech, and antitrust enforcement. 8:02 AM EDTApprox. 59 min.Lectures in History Joseph Glatthaar on Korean War & Civil-Military RelationsUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill professor Joseph Glatthaar teaches a class about the ... University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill professor Joseph Glatthaar teaches a class about the Korean War, General Douglas MacArthur's removal from command by President Harry Truman, and civil-military relations. 9:01 AM EDTApprox. 1 hr.Freed Slaves & Native AmericansAlaina Roberts discussed her new book, "I've Been Here All the While - Black Freedom on Native ... Alaina Roberts discussed her new book, "I've Been Here All the While - Black Freedom on Native Land," in which she uses archival research and family history to reexamine the land rights of Indigenous peoples, freed African Americans, and white settlers during Reconstruction. This virtual program was hosted by The Newberry.
10:01 AM EDTApprox. 50 min.U.S. Capitol Ghost StoriesAre there ghosts in the Capitol? The U.S. Capitol Historical Society's Steve Livengood, chief ... Are there ghosts in the Capitol? The U.S. Capitol Historical Society's Steve Livengood, chief guide and public historian, talked about the ghost stories and legends associated with the seat of Congress. The society hosted this event and provided the video. 10:51 AM EDTApprox. 11 min.Reel America "Let's Go America!" - 1936This National Association of Manufacturers film was produced during the Great Depression to ... This National Association of Manufacturers film was produced during the Great Depression to promote an optimistic view of the U.S. economy. The film shows dramatized scenes from the so-called "good old days" when Americans toiled for long hours with primitive tools. The 1936 film argues that American creativity, ingenuity and modern machines will make life easier and the future brighter. 11:02 AM EDTApprox. 59 min.Lectures in History Joseph Glatthaar on Korean War & Civil-Military RelationsUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill professor Joseph Glatthaar teaches a class about the ... University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill professor Joseph Glatthaar teaches a class about the Korean War, General Douglas MacArthur's removal from command by President Harry Truman, and civil-military relations.
12:01 PM EDTApprox. 1 hr.Freed Slaves & Native AmericansAlaina Roberts discussed her new book, "I've Been Here All the While - Black Freedom on Native ... Alaina Roberts discussed her new book, "I've Been Here All the While - Black Freedom on Native Land," in which she uses archival research and family history to reexamine the land rights of Indigenous peoples, freed African Americans, and white settlers during Reconstruction. This virtual program was hosted by The Newberry. 1:01 PM EDTApprox. 50 min.U.S. Capitol Ghost StoriesAre there ghosts in the Capitol? The U.S. Capitol Historical Society's Steve Livengood, chief ... Are there ghosts in the Capitol? The U.S. Capitol Historical Society's Steve Livengood, chief guide and public historian, talked about the ghost stories and legends associated with the seat of Congress. The society hosted this event and provided the video. 1:51 PM EDTApprox. 10 min.Reel America "Let's Go America!" - 1936This National Association of Manufacturers film was produced during the Great Depression to ... This National Association of Manufacturers film was produced during the Great Depression to promote an optimistic view of the U.S. economy. The film shows dramatized scenes from the so-called "good old days" when Americans toiled for long hours with primitive tools. The 1936 film argues that American creativity, ingenuity and modern machines will make life easier and the future brighter.
2:01 PM EDTApprox. 1 hr.The Presidency LBJ's White House TapesThe Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library, together with the University of Virginia's Miller ... The Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library, together with the University of Virginia's Miller Center, debuted a website giving increased access to LBJ's 650 hours of White House phone calls. This conversation focused on what the tapes reveal about Mr. Johnson and his presidency. Speakers included University of Virginia scholar Melody Barnes, presidential historian Michael Beschloss, and MSNBC News anchor Brian Williams. 3:01 PM EDTApprox. 29 min.Reel America "The First Forty Days in Korea" - 1951The first episode in the U.S. Army's long-running "Big Picture" series tells the story of ... The first episode in the U.S. Army's long-running "Big Picture" series tells the story of defensive operations and delay tactics used early in the Korean War, when U.S. and South Korean forces were outnumbered and retreating. North Korean forces had crossed the 38th parallel on June 25, 1950 and invaded the South in an effort to capture the entire Korean Peninsula. 3:30 PM EDTApprox. 28 min.Reel America "Turning of the Tide" - 1951This U.S. Army report describes events in Korea from August 10 to September 20, 1950 when U.S.- ... This U.S. Army report describes events in Korea from August 10 to September 20, 1950 when U.S.- led forces in South Korea were in retreat, then held the line and carried out several counterattacks. The film shows the arrival of British forces, air support operations, defensive operations around Pusan, and the invasion of Inchon by General MacArthur and a subsequent drive to retake the capitall city of Seoul near the 38th parallel.
3:58 PM EDTApprox. 26 min.Reel America "Atrocities in Korea" - 1953This 1953 U.S. Army "Big Picture" report documents war crimes committed by communist North Korean ... This 1953 U.S. Army "Big Picture" report documents war crimes committed by communist North Korean and Chinese forces against U.S. & other United Nations forces during the Korean War. with scenes of tortured and executed corpses. The report includes interviews with returned eyewitness prisoners of war including Medal of Honor recipient General William Dean. 4:24 PM EDTApprox. 32 min.Reel America "To Help Peace Survive" - 1974This Defense Department orientation film for soldiers assigned to South Korea gives a brief ... This Defense Department orientation film for soldiers assigned to South Korea gives a brief history of Korea and details the events that led to the Korean War and its aftermath. After detailing the war and the armistice, the film describes what life is like for soldiers stationed there and argues that there is much to see and enjoy in the country. 4:56 PM EDTApprox. 1 hr. 20 min.Freemasonry HistoryAuthor John Dickie discussed the Freemasons' history and the misconceptions surrounding this ... Author John Dickie discussed the Freemasons' history and the misconceptions surrounding this secret society.
6:16 PM EDTApprox. 44 min.Johnny Carson & Political HumorJohnny Carson hosted the Tonight Show from 1962 to 1992 - with millions of Americans tuning in ... Johnny Carson hosted the Tonight Show from 1962 to 1992 - with millions of Americans tuning in each night. Stephen Farnsworth examined Carson's use of political humor and how it shaped the narrative on political issues. This talk was part of the "Great Lives" lecture series - presented by the University of Mary Washington who also provided the video. 7:00 PM EDTApprox. 1 hr. 3 min.History Bookshelf Bryan Burrough, Chris Tomlinson, Jason Stanford, "Forget the Alamo"The Battle of the Alamo has been mythologized according to a new book by author Bryan Burrough, ... The Battle of the Alamo has been mythologized according to a new book by author Bryan Burrough, columnist Chris Tomlinson, and political consultant Jason Stanford. Past accounts omitted the participation of Texans of Mexican descent and the role that slavery factored into the conflict according to the authors. This was a virtual event hosted by BookPeople Bookstore in Austin, Texas. 8:03 PM EDTApprox. 58 min.Lectures in History Joseph Glatthaar on Korean War & Civil-Military RelationsUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill professor Joseph Glatthaar teaches a class about the ... University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill professor Joseph Glatthaar teaches a class about the Korean War, General Douglas MacArthur's removal from command by President Harry Truman, and civil-military relations.
9:01 PM EDTApprox. 1 hr.Freed Slaves & Native AmericansAlaina Roberts discussed her new book, "I've Been Here All the While - Black Freedom on Native ... Alaina Roberts discussed her new book, "I've Been Here All the While - Black Freedom on Native Land," in which she uses archival research and family history to reexamine the land rights of Indigenous peoples, freed African Americans, and white settlers during Reconstruction. This virtual program was hosted by The Newberry. 10:01 PM EDTApprox. 50 min.U.S. Capitol Ghost StoriesAre there ghosts in the Capitol? The U.S. Capitol Historical Society's Steve Livengood, chief ... Are there ghosts in the Capitol? The U.S. Capitol Historical Society's Steve Livengood, chief guide and public historian, talked about the ghost stories and legends associated with the seat of Congress. The society hosted this event and provided the video. 10:51 PM EDTApprox. 10 min.Reel America "Let's Go America!" - 1936This National Association of Manufacturers film was produced during the Great Depression to ... This National Association of Manufacturers film was produced during the Great Depression to promote an optimistic view of the U.S. economy. The film shows dramatized scenes from the so-called "good old days" when Americans toiled for long hours with primitive tools. The 1936 film argues that American creativity, ingenuity and modern machines will make life easier and the future brighter.
11:01 PM EDTApprox. 59 min.Lectures in History Joseph Glatthaar on Korean War & Civil-Military RelationsUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill professor Joseph Glatthaar teaches a class about the ... University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill professor Joseph Glatthaar teaches a class about the Korean War, General Douglas MacArthur's removal from command by President Harry Truman, and civil-military relations.
Sunday, July 25
12:00 AM EDTApprox. 59 min.Freed Slaves & Native AmericansAlaina Roberts discussed her new book, "I've Been Here All the While - Black Freedom on Native ... Alaina Roberts discussed her new book, "I've Been Here All the While - Black Freedom on Native Land," in which she uses archival research and family history to reexamine the land rights of Indigenous peoples, freed African Americans, and white settlers during Reconstruction. This virtual program was hosted by The Newberry. 12:59 AM EDTApprox. 50 min.U.S. Capitol Ghost StoriesAre there ghosts in the Capitol? The U.S. Capitol Historical Society's Steve Livengood, chief ... Are there ghosts in the Capitol? The U.S. Capitol Historical Society's Steve Livengood, chief guide and public historian, talked about the ghost stories and legends associated with the seat of Congress. The society hosted this event and provided the video. 1:49 AM EDTApprox. 11 min.Reel America "Let's Go America!" - 1936This National Association of Manufacturers film was produced during the Great Depression to ... This National Association of Manufacturers film was produced during the Great Depression to promote an optimistic view of the U.S. economy. The film shows dramatized scenes from the so-called "good old days" when Americans toiled for long hours with primitive tools. The 1936 film argues that American creativity, ingenuity and modern machines will make life easier and the future brighter.
2:00 AM EDTApprox. 1 hr.The Presidency LBJ's White House TapesThe Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library, together with the University of Virginia's Miller ... The Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library, together with the University of Virginia's Miller Center, debuted a website giving increased access to LBJ's 650 hours of White House phone calls. This conversation focused on what the tapes reveal about Mr. Johnson and his presidency. Speakers included University of Virginia scholar Melody Barnes, presidential historian Michael Beschloss, and MSNBC News anchor Brian Williams. 3:00 AM EDTApprox. 28 min.Reel America "The First Forty Days in Korea" - 1951The first episode in the U.S. Army's long-running "Big Picture" series tells the story of ... The first episode in the U.S. Army's long-running "Big Picture" series tells the story of defensive operations and delay tactics used early in the Korean War, when U.S. and South Korean forces were outnumbered and retreating. North Korean forces had crossed the 38th parallel on June 25, 1950 and invaded the South in an effort to capture the entire Korean Peninsula. 3:28 AM EDTApprox. 28 min.Reel America "Turning of the Tide" - 1951This U.S. Army report describes events in Korea from August 10 to September 20, 1950 when U.S.- ... This U.S. Army report describes events in Korea from August 10 to September 20, 1950 when U.S.- led forces in South Korea were in retreat, then held the line and carried out several counterattacks. The film shows the arrival of British forces, air support operations, defensive operations around Pusan, and the invasion of Inchon by General MacArthur and a subsequent drive to retake the capitall city of Seoul near the 38th parallel.
3:56 AM EDTApprox. 26 min.Reel America "Atrocities in Korea" - 1953This 1953 U.S. Army "Big Picture" report documents war crimes committed by communist North Korean ... This 1953 U.S. Army "Big Picture" report documents war crimes committed by communist North Korean and Chinese forces against U.S. & other United Nations forces during the Korean War. with scenes of tortured and executed corpses. The report includes interviews with returned eyewitness prisoners of war including Medal of Honor recipient General William Dean. 4:22 AM EDTApprox. 32 min.Reel America "To Help Peace Survive" - 1974This Defense Department orientation film for soldiers assigned to South Korea gives a brief ... This Defense Department orientation film for soldiers assigned to South Korea gives a brief history of Korea and details the events that led to the Korean War and its aftermath. After detailing the war and the armistice, the film describes what life is like for soldiers stationed there and argues that there is much to see and enjoy in the country. 4:54 AM EDTApprox. 1 hr. 21 min.Freemasonry HistoryAuthor John Dickie discussed the Freemasons' history and the misconceptions surrounding this ... Author John Dickie discussed the Freemasons' history and the misconceptions surrounding this secret society.
6:15 AM EDTApprox. 44 min.Johnny Carson & Political HumorJohnny Carson hosted the Tonight Show from 1962 to 1992 - with millions of Americans tuning in ... Johnny Carson hosted the Tonight Show from 1962 to 1992 - with millions of Americans tuning in each night. Stephen Farnsworth examined Carson's use of political humor and how it shaped the narrative on political issues. This talk was part of the "Great Lives" lecture series - presented by the University of Mary Washington who also provided the video. 6:59 AM EDTApprox. 1 hr. 1 min.History Bookshelf Bryan Burrough, Chris Tomlinson, Jason Stanford, "Forget the Alamo"The Battle of the Alamo has been mythologized according to a new book by author Bryan Burrough, ... The Battle of the Alamo has been mythologized according to a new book by author Bryan Burrough, columnist Chris Tomlinson, and political consultant Jason Stanford. Past accounts omitted the participation of Texans of Mexican descent and the role that slavery factored into the conflict according to the authors. This was a virtual event hosted by BookPeople Bookstore in Austin, Texas. 8:00 AM EDTApprox. 56 min.Brandon Fleming, "Miseducated - A Memoir"Harvard University assistant debate coach Brandon Fleming spoke about his troubled youth and how ... Harvard University assistant debate coach Brandon Fleming spoke about his troubled youth and how literature by Black writers was the catalyst for transforming his life. Harvard Book Store in Cambridge, Massachusetts, hosted this virtual event.
8:56 AM EDTApprox. 1 hr. 3 min.Yasmeen Abutaleb and Damian Paletta, "Nightmare Scenario"Washington Post journalists Yasmeen Abutaleb and Damian Paletta took an in-depth look at the Trump ... Washington Post journalists Yasmeen Abutaleb and Damian Paletta took an in-depth look at the Trump administration's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. This virtual event was hosted by Politics & Prose bookstore in Washington, D.C. 9:59 AM EDTApprox. 1 hr.After Words Lt. Col. Wayne Phelps Ret., "On Killing Remotely - The Psychology of Killing with Drones" VirtualDrones are used more and more as weapons in combat. In his new book, retired Marine Lt. Col. Wayne ... Drones are used more and more as weapons in combat. In his new book, retired Marine Lt. Col. Wayne Phelps looked at their impact in combat and their effect on the military units operating them remotely. He was interviewed by author, Cornell University professor, and former U.S. Air Force officer Sarah Kreps. 10:59 AM EDTApprox. 56 min.Brandon Fleming, "Miseducated - A Memoir"Harvard University assistant debate coach Brandon Fleming spoke about his troubled youth and how ... Harvard University assistant debate coach Brandon Fleming spoke about his troubled youth and how literature by Black writers was the catalyst for transforming his life. Harvard Book Store in Cambridge, Massachusetts, hosted this virtual event.
11:55 AM EDTApprox. 1 hr. 4 min.Yasmeen Abutaleb and Damian Paletta, "Nightmare Scenario"Washington Post journalists Yasmeen Abutaleb and Damian Paletta took an in-depth look at the Trump ... Washington Post journalists Yasmeen Abutaleb and Damian Paletta took an in-depth look at the Trump administration's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. This virtual event was hosted by Politics & Prose bookstore in Washington, D.C. 12:59 PM EDTApprox. 1 hr.After Words Lt. Col. Wayne Phelps Ret., "On Killing Remotely - The Psychology of Killing with Drones" VirtualDrones are used more and more as weapons in combat. In his new book, retired Marine Lt. Col. Wayne ... Drones are used more and more as weapons in combat. In his new book, retired Marine Lt. Col. Wayne Phelps looked at their impact in combat and their effect on the military units operating them remotely. He was interviewed by author, Cornell University professor, and former U.S. Air Force officer Sarah Kreps. 1:59 PM EDTApprox. 1 hr.Washington Journal Michael Wolff, "Landslide"Author Michael Wolff discussed his book "Landslide: The Final Days of the Trump Presidency." Author Michael Wolff discussed his book "Landslide: The Final Days of the Trump Presidency."
2:59 PM EDTApprox. 1 hr.Carol Roth, "The War on Small Business"Former investment banker Carol Roth argued that government bureaucrats used the COVID pandemic to ... Former investment banker Carol Roth argued that government bureaucrats used the COVID pandemic to crush small businesses and make Wall Street richer. This virtual event was hosted by the Pacific Research Institute in Pasadena, California. 3:59 PM EDTApprox. 1 hr. 10 min.Ban Ki-moon, "Resolved'Former United Nations secretry-general Ban Ki-moon looked back on his life and career. This ... Former United Nations secretry-general Ban Ki-moon looked back on his life and career. This virtual event was hosted by the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. 5:09 PM EDTApprox. 50 min.Michael O'Hanlon, "The Art of War in the Age of Peace"Brookings Institution senior fellow Michael O'Hanlon outlined his vision for the future of ... Brookings Institution senior fellow Michael O'Hanlon outlined his vision for the future of American national security policy. This virtual event was hosted by the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C.
5:59 PM EDTApprox. 42 min.Jeff Guinn, "War on the Border"Historian Jeff Guinn looked back at the U.S. Army's 'Punitive Expedition' of 1916, a retaliatory ... Historian Jeff Guinn looked back at the U.S. Army's 'Punitive Expedition' of 1916, a retaliatory attack on Pancho Villa's forces in Mexico after the guerilla leader's incursion of Columbus, New Mexico. This was a virtual event hosted by Lemuria Books in Jackson, Mississippi. 6:41 PM EDTApprox. 39 min.Jack Phillips, "The Cost of My Faith"In 2012, Christian baker Jack Phillips was sued for refusing to make a cake for a same-sex wedding ... In 2012, Christian baker Jack Phillips was sued for refusing to make a cake for a same-sex wedding in Colorado. The case eventually reached the U.S. Supreme Court. Mr. Phillips talked about his legal battles and his First Amendment defense. He was in discussion with Becket Cook, host of the Los Angeles-based "Becket Cook Show." 7:20 PM EDTApprox. 30 min.Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker, "I Alone Can Fix It"Washington Post reporters Carol Leonnig and Phil Rucker looked at the final year of the Trump ... Washington Post reporters Carol Leonnig and Phil Rucker looked at the final year of the Trump administration. Washington Post Live in Washington, D.C. hosted this virtual program.
7:50 PM EDTApprox. 10 min.Ekpe's Book ClubFormer NBA player Ekpe Udoh discussed his online book club. Former NBA player Ekpe Udoh discussed his online book club. 8:00 PM EDTApprox. 56 min.Brandon Fleming, "Miseducated - A Memoir"Harvard University assistant debate coach Brandon Fleming spoke about his troubled youth and how ... Harvard University assistant debate coach Brandon Fleming spoke about his troubled youth and how literature by Black writers was the catalyst for transforming his life. Harvard Book Store in Cambridge, Massachusetts, hosted this virtual event. 8:56 PM EDTApprox. 1 hr. 3 min.Yasmeen Abutaleb and Damian Paletta, "Nightmare Scenario"Washington Post journalists Yasmeen Abutaleb and Damian Paletta took an in-depth look at the Trump ... Washington Post journalists Yasmeen Abutaleb and Damian Paletta took an in-depth look at the Trump administration's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. This virtual event was hosted by Politics & Prose bookstore in Washington, D.C.
9:59 PM EDTApprox. 1 hr. 1 min.After Words Lt. Col. Wayne Phelps Ret., "On Killing Remotely - The Psychology of Killing with Drones" VirtualDrones are used more and more as weapons in combat. In his new book, retired Marine Lt. Col. Wayne ... Drones are used more and more as weapons in combat. In his new book, retired Marine Lt. Col. Wayne Phelps looked at their impact in combat and their effect on the military units operating them remotely. He was interviewed by author, Cornell University professor, and former U.S. Air Force officer Sarah Kreps. 11:00 PM EDTApprox. 55 min.Brandon Fleming, "Miseducated - A Memoir"Harvard University assistant debate coach Brandon Fleming spoke about his troubled youth and how ... Harvard University assistant debate coach Brandon Fleming spoke about his troubled youth and how literature by Black writers was the catalyst for transforming his life. Harvard Book Store in Cambridge, Massachusetts, hosted this virtual event. 11:55 PM EDTApprox. 1 hr. 4 min.Yasmeen Abutaleb and Damian Paletta, "Nightmare Scenario"Washington Post journalists Yasmeen Abutaleb and Damian Paletta took an in-depth look at the Trump ... Washington Post journalists Yasmeen Abutaleb and Damian Paletta took an in-depth look at the Trump administration's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. This virtual event was hosted by Politics & Prose bookstore in Washington, D.C.
Monday, July 26
12:59 AM EDTApprox. 1 hr.After Words Lt. Col. Wayne Phelps Ret., "On Killing Remotely - The Psychology of Killing with Drones" VirtualDrones are used more and more as weapons in combat. In his new book, retired Marine Lt. Col. Wayne ... Drones are used more and more as weapons in combat. In his new book, retired Marine Lt. Col. Wayne Phelps looked at their impact in combat and their effect on the military units operating them remotely. He was interviewed by author, Cornell University professor, and former U.S. Air Force officer Sarah Kreps. 1:59 AM EDTApprox. 1 hr.Washington Journal Michael Wolff, "Landslide"Author Michael Wolff discussed his book "Landslide: The Final Days of the Trump Presidency." Author Michael Wolff discussed his book "Landslide: The Final Days of the Trump Presidency." 2:59 AM EDTApprox. 1 hr.Carol Roth, "The War on Small Business"Former investment banker Carol Roth argued that government bureaucrats used the COVID pandemic to ... Former investment banker Carol Roth argued that government bureaucrats used the COVID pandemic to crush small businesses and make Wall Street richer. This virtual event was hosted by the Pacific Research Institute in Pasadena, California.
3:59 AM EDTApprox. 1 hr. 10 min.Ban Ki-moon, "Resolved'Former United Nations secretry-general Ban Ki-moon looked back on his life and career. This ... Former United Nations secretry-general Ban Ki-moon looked back on his life and career. This virtual event was hosted by the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. 5:09 AM EDTApprox. 50 min.Michael O'Hanlon, "The Art of War in the Age of Peace"Brookings Institution senior fellow Michael O'Hanlon outlined his vision for the future of ... Brookings Institution senior fellow Michael O'Hanlon outlined his vision for the future of American national security policy. This virtual event was hosted by the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C. 5:59 AM EDTApprox. 42 min.Jeff Guinn, "War on the Border"Historian Jeff Guinn looked back at the U.S. Army's 'Punitive Expedition' of 1916, a retaliatory ... Historian Jeff Guinn looked back at the U.S. Army's 'Punitive Expedition' of 1916, a retaliatory attack on Pancho Villa's forces in Mexico after the guerilla leader's incursion of Columbus, New Mexico. This was a virtual event hosted by Lemuria Books in Jackson, Mississippi.
6:41 AM EDTApprox. 39 min.Jack Phillips, "The Cost of My Faith"In 2012, Christian baker Jack Phillips was sued for refusing to make a cake for a same-sex wedding ... In 2012, Christian baker Jack Phillips was sued for refusing to make a cake for a same-sex wedding in Colorado. The case eventually reached the U.S. Supreme Court. Mr. Phillips talked about his legal battles and his First Amendment defense. He was in discussion with Becket Cook, host of the Los Angeles-based "Becket Cook Show." 7:20 AM EDTApprox. 30 min.Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker, "I Alone Can Fix It"Washington Post reporters Carol Leonnig and Phil Rucker looked at the final year of the Trump ... Washington Post reporters Carol Leonnig and Phil Rucker looked at the final year of the Trump administration. Washington Post Live in Washington, D.C. hosted this virtual program. 7:50 AM EDTApprox. 10 min.Ekpe's Book ClubFormer NBA player Ekpe Udoh discussed his online book club. Former NBA player Ekpe Udoh discussed his online book club.