From the stage to the screen and all causes in between that are near and dear to her, actress and activist Judith Light brings her warmth, energy, and insight into everything she does. She’ll be here to share. Aired on October 26, 2017.
We’ve waited decades to find out what was held in long classified JFK assassination documents considered too sensitive for public consumption. The documents were recently released. Their secrets broken down by the man many consider to have written the definitive book on the subject. “Case Closed” author, Gerald Posner will join us for analysis. Aired on October 26, 2017.
Three years ago, Joan Lunden told the world she had breast cancer. Tonight, she shares the details of her battle and her survival. Aired on October 25, 2017.
Eric Garner’s death while being detained by Staten Island police gave rise to the Black Lives Matter movement, and it exemplified the tensions felt between people of color and law enforcement across America. Bestselling author and journalist Matt Taibbi takes us inside the case, as detailed in his new book “I Can’t Breathe: A Killing on Bay Street.” Aired on […]
The debate over free speech vs. hate speech and what is protected speech. Condemnation spreads as a number of far-right political figures are invited to speak Uptown at Columbia University. We’ll hear from both sides as they face off in the wake of Charlottesville. Aired on October 24, 2017.
Amid the national outrage over sexual harassment of women in the workplace, a New York Times report claims FOX News renewed Bill O’Reilly’s $100-million dollar contract even though they knew the anchor had settled yet another sexual harassment case for the sum of $32 million dollars. Now, it’s a question of ethics and next steps for the cable news giant. […]
President Trump is set to allow the release of all of the still classified documents relating to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy…maybe. What can we expect to find in the files? We’ll have the report. Aired on October 23, 2017.
It’s been called the deadliest urban combat since World War II. Now “Frontline” gives us an extraordinary ground level look at the vicious fight to liberate Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city. We have a preview.
This weekend, President Trump became our first ever Commander-in-Chief to address a defined hate group, continued a war of words with members of his own party, and undid key former President Obama’s health care legislation. We’ll have analysis on all of these stories from Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Ellis Henican, who writes the column “Trump’s America” in Metro papers. Hate […]