Most Recent
President Biden visited a farm this week in Kankakee, Illinois where he discussed the relationship between the Russian invasion of Ukraine and inflation in the U.S. , and presented a plan to address rising prices.

President Biden visited a farm this week in Kankakee, Illinois where he discussed the relationship between the Russian invasion of Ukraine and inflation in the U.S. , and presented a plan to address rising prices.

Friday, May 20 12 p.m. (ET)

Russia, Ukraine And The Global Economic Battlefield

As the war in Ukraine grinds on, a look at the economic battlefield and how the conflict might permanently reshape the global economy. Diane talks to Sebastian Mallaby, senior fellow for international economics at the Council on Foreign Relations.

David Gergen says he hopes both Joe Biden and Donald Trump stay off the ballot in 2024.

David Gergen says he hopes both Joe Biden and Donald Trump stay off the ballot in 2024.

Friday, May 13 12 p.m. (ET)

David Gergen On The Need For New American Leadership

David Gergen was a White House adviser to four presidents, then founded the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard. In a new book he explains what it takes to become a leader and why fresh leadership is so necessary in this country today.

Girls' participation in high school sports rose from 7% to 43% since the passage of Title IX in 1972. But experts say opportunities for girls and women in sports at both the highs school and collegiate levels remain highly unequal.

Girls' participation in high school sports rose from 7% to 43% since the passage of Title IX in 1972. But experts say opportunities for girls and women in sports at both the highs school and collegiate levels remain highly unequal.

Friday, May 06 12:30 p.m. (ET)

Title IX at 50: An Incomplete Revolution In Women’s Sports

Title IX turns 50 in June. Diane talks to Elizabeth Sharrow, expert on the history and consequences of the landmark sex discrimination law, about how it transformed women's sports -- and how much there is left to be done to achieve equality on the playing field.

CIA reference photograph of Soviet medium-range ballistic missile in Red Square, Moscow in 1965.

CIA reference photograph of Soviet medium-range ballistic missile in Red Square, Moscow in 1965.

Friday, Apr 29 12 p.m. (ET)

Russia, Ukraine And A New Nuclear Reality

The New Yorker's Robin Wright on Russia's threatened use of nuclear weapons and what it says about the state of global security.

A sign at a book banning protest in Atlanta, Georgia in February.

A sign at a book banning protest in Atlanta, Georgia in February.

Friday, Apr 22 12 p.m. (ET)

Book Bans Then And Now

Book bans, outlawed curriculum, and the history of culture wars in America's schools. Diane talks to educational historian Adam Laats.

A line of destroyed cars sit abandoned in Bucha, Ukraine, where hundreds of bodies of civilians have already been recovered, with many more feared dead.

A line of destroyed cars sit abandoned in Bucha, Ukraine, where hundreds of bodies of civilians have already been recovered, with many more feared dead.

Friday, Apr 08 4 p.m. (ET)

Can Russia Be Held Accountable For War Crimes?

Diane talks to Stephen Rapp, former U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes Issues, about alleged atrocities in Ukraine and what accountability might look like.

More Shows