Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post journalist and author of the award-winning book The Good Soldiers explains why the war in Iraq is anything but over.
New York Times national political correspondent previews the primaries and shares his thoughts on whether the Democrats will lose the Senate in the midterm elections.
Florida governor talks about the impact of the Gulf Coast oil spill on his state, the Tea Party and his bid for the U.S. Senate as an independent candidate.
In my previous guest blog post for this site I described a hidden burden of poverty and illness resulting from neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) in the world’s poorest countries. In addition to representing the most common infections of the “bottom billion” — people who live on less than $1.25 per day — I revealed that [...]
I really enjoyed talking with Tavis today on the show. When you only have ten minutes to explain things as complicated as the oceans, over-fishing and fish-farming, you always kick yourself after the fact. “Tavis, I meant Atlantic bluefin tuna,” you say. Or, “Tavis, you can have the salmon–but Alaska wild salmon is better for [...]
Tavis talks with counterinsurgency specialist and one of the architects of the U.S. surge in Iraq.
Civil rights veteran and president and general counsel of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund, explains the constitutional battle between the federal government and the state of Arizona over immigration.
House Energy Committee chair discusses energy reform after the BP oil spill and the role American citizens play in the problem.
What makes a community healthy? That was the question posed to teenagers by Youth UpRising in Oakland, CA. The mostly African-American youth responded that it is a place where bullets don’t fly, where their friends are not buried before they’re old enough to vote, where there are fewer liquor stores than there are grocery stores. [...]
Orange Beach, AL mayor weighs in with the latest news on the impact of the oil spill crisis on the Gulf Coast.