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The man who helped craft President Obama’s Russia reset policy explains what went wrong. Then, the Iraqi ambassador to the U.S. discusses the surprising results of his country’s recent elections.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning historian explains why looking to America’s past should give us hope for overcoming today’s divisions. Then, 90-year-old author Mary Higgins Clark on her decades-long career writing best-selling suspense novels.
Can President Trump be forced to testify as part of the Mueller investigation? Then PBS NewsHour’s Judy Woodruff on life in the anchor’s seat after fifty years in journalism.
Tensions over teacher pay and school funding intensify as protests spread to Arizona and Colorado. Then, how prisons replaced psychiatric hospitals as America’s new asylums.
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright explains why she sees warning signs of fascism around the world and the daughter of aviator Charles Lindbergh on the legacy of her complicated and famous father.