Jonathan Capehart, of the Washington Post, talks about what we've heard from the Democratic National Convention so far.
Jonathan Capehart, of the Washington Post, discusses the speeches so far at the Republican National Convention and how the week in Tampa has shaped the election so far.
Jonathan Capehart fills in for Leonard. He’ll speak with Mike Lofgren on what’s wrong with Washington D.C. Woody Harrelson and Frankie Hyman discuss the new play “Bullet for Adolf.” We'll find out about the life and times of the writer Lillian Hellman. Our latest Underreported segments look at the strange state of the East Coast’s lobster fishery at and the growing Syrian refugee crisis.
Jonathan Capehart fills in for Leonard. He’ll speak with TARP administrator Neil Barofsky about the ways he thinks the $700 billion bailout fund was mishandled. Bravo executive Andy Cohen shares his life-long love affair with pop culture. We’ll take a look at the life stories of five African American men who were recruited in 1968 to attend College of the Holy Cross, including Clarence Thomas, Edward P. Jones, and Theodore Wells. Plus, investigative reporters Don Barlett and James Steele examine the nature of the American Dream and whether it’s still a possibility for the middle class.
Jonathan Capehart fills in for Leonard today. He’ll speak with three NYU professors about the university’s expansion plans and the role of corporate influence in higher education. Mitch Winehouse discusses the life and untimely death of his daughter, the singer Amy Winehouse. Jimmie Walker talks about his memoir, Dyn-o-mite! And Carlin Romano argues that America is one of the most philosophical cultures in the history of the world.
Jonathan Capehart tells us what to expect from President Obama’s State of the Union address tonight.
Guest host Jonathan Capehart fills in for Leonard. He’ll speak with Sylvia Nasar about the birth of modern economics, and how economists from Marx to Keynes to Friedman changed the world! Then journalist and commentator Touré talks about his new book Who’s Afraid of Post-Blackness. Tony D’Souza tells us about his new novel, Mule. Plus, we’ll examine the strategic importance of Burma, and how its giant neighbors China and India are influencing it.
Washington Post editorial writer and MSNBC contributor Jonathan Capehart analyses President Obama's press conference today on the Deepwater Horizon oil spill
Newsweek editor Jon Meacham, law professor Sheryll Cashin, WNYC’s political director Andrea Bernstein, Jonathan Capehart of the Washington Post, pollster.com’s Mark Blumenthal and others help put the election results in context. Also, how did the voters change the U.S. Congress and the New York State legislature? And listener calls.