Noah Feldman joins Walter Isaacson to discuss a “Supreme Court” for Facebook.
Heidi Blake discusses suspicious deaths connected to the Kremlin.
Dr. Rangan Chatterjee discusses the causes and effects of workplace stress.
Carmen Bambach and Walter Isaacson discuss Leonardo Da Vinci's groundbreaking work.
Michael Crick and Anne Applebaum discuss tensions between the BBC and UK politicians.
Greta Gerwig joins Michel to discuss her adaptation of "Little Women."
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair discusses the deeply partisan politics rocking the U.K.
Scott Walker outlines the GOP point of view of impeachment.
Mark Landler, Susan Glasser and Rich Lowry discuss the implications of impeachment.
Chinonye Chukwu and Alfre Woodard discuss the new film "Clemency" with Michel Martin.
Jonathan Pryce discusses the new film "The Two Popes."
Ronny Chieng discusses "Crazy Rich Asians," his Netflix debut and more.
Christopher Ruddy discusses the impeachment proceedings.
Steven W. Thrasher joins the program to discuss the HIV/AIDS crisis.
John Kerry discusses climate change and the COP25 summit.
Activist Ferkat Jawdat discusses China's treatment of its Muslim Uyghur minority.
Bobby Jindal joins the program to discuss the impeachment proceedings.
Mark Landler, Afua Hirsch and Simon Fraser discuss the U.K. general election and Brexit.
Helle Thorning-Schmidt discusses the results of the U.K. general election.
Gavin Barwell reacts to the U.K. general election results.
Craig Whitlock discusses his investigation into the war in Afghanistan.
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