Salman Rushdie, one of this generation’s most influential writers reflects on a career in literature as he marks the release of his new novel, “The Golden House”.
Jurate Kazickas was one of only a handful of female journalists who went to the frontlines of the Vietnam War to tell the story of what was unfolding there. You won’t want to miss the story she has to tell.
One of Hollywood’s leading liberal voices teams up with former President George W. Bush speechwriter, David Frum. Their quest: a search for answers regarding Russia’s meddling in America’s election. They’ll both be here with the details of their endeavor.
We continue our conversation with Nicole Malliotakis, the Republican Assemblywoman who wants to be the next Mayor of New York. Ken Burns and Lynn Novick are back with reaction after last night’s blockbuster premiere of their groundbreaking documentary: “The Vietnam War.” What was it like for our service members when they left the battlefield and came home to a country at war […]
The Jewish New Year approaches, did you ever hear the tale about: “What the Rabbi asked Albert Einstein?” Neither did we, but we’re about to share Einstein’s existential answer. It may just blow your mind.
Previously aired on September 11, 2017. As the nation faces threats on many fronts, we look back at the “Legacies of War: Vietnam.”