Provocative, up-to-the-minute, alive and witty, KCRW's weekly confrontation over politics, policy and popular culture proves those with impeccable credentials needn't lack personality. This weekly "love-hate relationship of the air" features four of the most insightful news analysts anywhere.
Tensions in Ukraine cool off, GOP poll numbers heat up, and just what is the purpose of college sports.
Should the Ukrainian city of Donetsk join Russia? HHS Secretary Sebelius steps down.
Seven million sign up for healthcare; the Supreme Court lifts campaign finance restrictions.
Who was naive about Crimea, SCOTUS considers religious freedom and can we trust the NSA?
Sanctions and reverse sanctions, more from Edward Snowden, SCOTUS considers the right to contraception.
The Senate and the CIA face off, Democrats stay up all night, and a special election.
The Russians control most of Crimea, the CPAC Conference, and Hillary in 2016?
This week, Ukrainian unrest, military cuts, and gay rights in Arizona.
Political protests in the Ukraine, what's up with WhatsApp and climate change as a political issue.
A clean debt limit with housebroken Republicans, Obamacare's new numbers, gay marriage in Virginia
Does Obamacare kill jobs or end job lock? Can immigration pass. Remembering Philip Seymour Hoffman. The Spring Olympics.
After the State of the Union, is it the imperial president or small ball? A GOP breakthrough on immigration.The Democratic war on trade and the agony of the 1%.
The Syrian peace talks, Wendy Davis, Bob McDonnell, inequality and a State of the Union preview.
President Obama's lays out new NSA plans. Is anyone happy? Can anyone stop Hillary?
A disappointing jobs report, Chris Christie's Bridge-gate, Bob Gate's bombshell betrayal, Independents become the majority, and the War on Poverty Turns 50.
Clemency for Snowden, the return of the Left, and Colorado pot.
The meaning of inequality here and abroad, what should we be doing about it? Then, some holiday gifts.
Obama holds a surprise news conference. We talk NSA, Obamacare, the Fed and "Duck Dynasty."
My conversation with James Barrat, author of ?Our Final Invention: Artificial Intelligence And The End Of The Human Era?.
A budget deal, NSA reforms and the Volcker Rule...
Nelson Mandela's giant legacy, Obama speaks about income inequality amid fast food strikes and fights to raise the minimum wage, and Joe Biden goes to China.
Political psychotherapy with Jonathan Haidt, author of ?The Righteous Mind.?
A nuclear deal with Iran: Breakthrough or Munich? The Supreme Court takes up Obamacare. Reflections on gratitude and Beethoven.
Senate Democrats squash part of the filibuster, the Cheney's are torn apart over gay marriage, and the 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination.
Behind the behind-the-scene stories of ?Double Down: Game Change 2012,? with authors Mark Halperin and John Heilemann.