This week, Andy tells you what’s going to happen in the world of money. Don’t worry — he’s still on his meds.
To become a U.S. citizen, candidates must know a few things about history, geography and American rights. How much do you know?
Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman to sit on the Supreme Court, spoke with Need to Know’s Alison Stewart about the confirmation process, civics in schools and motherhood.
Prosecutors say former Liberian president Charles Taylor gave the supermodel a blood diamond. Plus, five things you need to know to avoid buying one yourself.
Need to Know talks to Jamal Greene, a professor at the Columbia University School of Law and former clerk for Justice John Paul Stevens.
Joe Sullivan has been in jail since he was 13. Now, thanks to a Supreme Court ruling, he has a chance at redemption.
Andy Borowitz reviews the “containment dome,” and many other gizmos, in this special tech edition of “Next Week’s News.”
Of the more than 13,000 asylum claims only 232 have been granted.