Symone Sanders, the Biden campaign's senior adviser, joins the program.
Scott Jennings, former Special Assistant to President George W. Bush, joins the program.
Rep. Karen Bass discusses protests across the U.S. and police accountability.
Criminal justice reformer Bryan Stevenson assesses the culture around policing in the U.S.
Houston police chief Art Acevedo discusses recent protests in the U.S.
Activists Martin Luther King III and DeRay Mckesson reflect on the George Floyd protests.
Pulitzer Prize-winner Nikole Hannah-Jones reflects on recent protests in the U.S.
Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton reflects on protests across the U.S.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson discusses the death of George Floyd and the Minneapolis protests.
Melvin Carter, Mayor of St. Paul, Minnesota, discusses the arrest of Derek Chauvin.
Oskar Eustis, artistic director of The Public Theater, joins the program.
Artist Eric Fischl discusses his painting "Late America II."
Writer Matt Ridley explains the history of innovation.
Mike Bloomberg's former presidential campaign adviser joins the program.
Arizona Senator Martha McSally discusses the government's response to the pandemic.
The street artist JR joins the program.
Mark Landler and Anna Soubry join the program.
Drew Dixon and Joan Morgan join the program.
David Urban and Michael D'Antonio join the program to dissect the president's thinking.
What would the world look like if Hillary and Bill Clinton never married?