Diane talks with Washington Post enterprise reporter John Woodrow Cox about his new book "Children Under Fire: An American Crisis."
In the second week of testimony into the U.S. Capitol insurrection, Senators heard from the Commanding General of D.C.’s National Guard who told senators it took three hours and 19 minutes between the call for additional military aid and the Pentagon’s approval of it. Pentagon officials pushed back on that account, sighting communication issues.
The conflicting accounts give lawmakers a clear path to pursue as they work to understand the security and intelligence failures of that day.
Meanwhile, the U.S. House decided to suspend activity due to new threats of violence by a militia group against the Capitol.
Diane spoke with Kyle Cheney, Congressional reporter for Politico about what we learned this week. They spoke Friday morning.
- Kyle Cheney Congressional reporter, Politico
Most Recent Shows
Washington Post health reporter Dan Diamond on the CDC's new Covid travel guidelines, debate over vaccine passports and the balance between hope and caution in this phase of the pandemic.
Diane talks with Paul Butler, law professor at Georgetown University Law Center and author of “Chokehold: Policing Black Men," about the first week in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former police officer accused of killing of George Floyd.
Diane talks with Senator Duckworth, Democrat from Illinois, about her new memoir, "Every Day Is A Gift."