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In this special preview, NBC News National Investigative Reporter Mike Hixenbaugh tells you why you can’t miss MSNBC’s newest podcast, “American Radical.” In this five-part original series, host Ayman Mohyeldin explores the story of Rosanne Boyland, a woman from his own hometown who became a foot soldier in one of the most dangerous movements in Am…
 
After 9/11, the CIA began detaining people who they believed had information about the next attack. In custody, they used a brutal and ineffective method of questioning, euphemistically known as “Enhanced Interrogation Techniques” — which outside groups later called, “torture.” Chuck speaks with filmmaker Alex Gibney talks about his latest document…
 
For nearly the last 50 years, Roe has provided stability to an uncomfortable and controversial issue. But if you get rid of Roe, every single state will need a position on fetus viability, weeks when you can/can’t have an abortion, parental notification, sonograms and possible exceptions. Chuck talks with Democratic strategist Adrienne Elrod and Re…
 
NBC News Chief White House Correspondent Kristen Welker joins Chuck to break down the biggest news from exclusive interviews on Meet the Press with Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.저자 NBC News
 
James Whitfield is one of the most prominent casualties in a national war over race, history and diversity. The principal at Colleyville Heritage High School, Whitfield was put under administrative leave after he was attacked by protestors who accused him of teaching critical race theory at his high school.…
 
Why are so many “do-or-die” issues ending the same way? Is it the media’s fault for focusing on the wrong thing? Should Trump be allowed back on social media so we can actually see the crazy things he’s saying? Or is this just a sign of broken politics. Jackie Calmes, columnist at the Los Angeles Times and Olivier Knox, Washington Post reporter and…
 
NBC News Senior Capitol Hill Correspondent Garrett Haake joins Chuck after Meet the Press wraps to discuss news that climate change provisions are likely getting dropped from the Democrats’ spending plan. Plus, how serious is Matthew McConaughey about running for Texas governor?저자 NBC News
 
The new space race doesn’t just pit nation-states against one another, it’s also a fight between private companies looking to cash in. Chuck talks with Michio Kaku, theoretical physicist and professor at the City University of New York and the author of “The God Equation: The Quest for a Theory of Everything.”…
 
On Capitol Hill, moderate and progressive Democrats continue to negotiate over their massive domestic spending bill, the timing on a vote for infrastructure, government funding and the debt. But with all the back and forth over what Democrats want, there’s one voice that seems to be missing from the conversation: and that’s the president of the Uni…
 
Twenty-five years ago, a Democratic president — Bill Clinton — signed the Defense of Marriage Act, a law that prohibited the federal government from recognizing same-sex unions. Today, marriage equality is the law of the land. Chuck talks to Sasha Issenberg, author of “The Engagement: America's Quarter-Century Struggle Over Same-Sex Marriage.”…
 
California Governor Gavin Newsom easily beat back a recall effort this week, thanks to trends inside the state’s Democratic electorate … and thanks to the ongoing shifts inside the Republican party in the wake of former President Trump. Chuck talks with Christina Bellantoni, Director of the Annenberg Media Center at the University of Southern Calif…
 
With a little more than a year to go before the midterms, the terms of the campaign are still in flux. Kristen Soltis Anderson, Republican pollster and co-founder of Echelon Insights joins Cornell Belcher, Democratic pollster and president of Brilliant Corners Research and Strategies, talk to Chuck about the political impact of the Texas abortion l…
 
If you take a close look at almost every political issue today — whether it’s Covid, voting, policing or climate — you will find one problem at the root of it: Polarization. Mark Sanford, former South Carolina governor (R) and former congressman talks to Chuck about partisanship in politics and his new book, “Two Roads Diverged.”…
 
President Biden spoke from the White House to defend his decision to pull forces out of the country, but his legacy may be more about the “how” than the “why” ... And that’s assuming that Afghanistan doesn’t once again become a haven for terrorist attacks. NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel talks about his firsthand reporting from K…
 
For years, top universities have been overwhelmed by potentially qualified student candidates, but unable to fit them on campus … leading to a race to the top that no student can ever really win, often leaving students from diverse backgrounds struggling for a chance to get ahead. Professor David Kirp proposes a radical idea to expand the world of …
 
Afghanistan? A pandemic and misinformation campaign? A congressional showdown coming in late September? Washington Bureau Chief for USA Today Susan Page and LA Times Columnist Mark Barabak predict what's next as President Biden fight battles at home and abroad.저자 NBC News
 
Jim Steinberg, Deputy Secretary of State for President Obama and Bill Clinton’s deputy national security adviser, plus Bruce Jentleson, professor of public policy at Duke University and the author of “The Peacemakers: Leadership Lessons from 20th Century Statesmanship“ join Chuck to talk about the worldwide implications of the Taliban’s return.…
 
On Tuesday, the Senate passed a bipartisan infrastructure bill and sent it to the House. Then they immediately celebrated by starting the process of passing a 3.5 trillion dollar spending package with a record-breaking vote-a-rama that wrapped up a little before 4 AM.저자 NBC News
 
Chuck Todd sits down with two downballot election gurus — Inside Elections' Nathan Gonzales and Cook Political Report's Jessica Taylor — to discuss everything from special elections in Ohio and California, Virginia's governor race ... and Gov. Cuomo's lieutenant governor who might take the reins as he faces multiple criminal investigations.…
 
Michael D. Cohen, author of “Modern Political Campaigns: How Professionalism, Technology, and Speed Have Revolutionized Elections” and the CEO of the public affairs firm Cohen Research Group joins Chuck to talk about the disconnect between education and execution.저자 NBC News
 
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