Details about the Turkish Assassination; "Meltdown of Humanity" in Aleppo; NYC's Female Trailblazers

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Smoke rises following a Syrian government air strike on rebel positions, in eastern Aleppo, Syria, Monday, Dec. 5, 2016.

Coming up on today's show:

  • David Filipov, The Washington Post’s bureau chief in Moscow, on the latest news and analysis following the assassination of Russia's ambassador to Turkey.
  • President-elect Trump has been busy filling cabinet positions, meeting with high-level business people and government officials (and Tweeting, of course). So, Trump voters, we want to know, how's he doing? Give us a call now and tell us how you think Trump is doing so far.
  • As residents are evacuated from the last rebel-held section in the devastated Syrian city of Aleppo, David Miliband, president and CEO of the International Rescue Committee, reflects on how the conflict evolved over the past year.
  • Julie Scelfo, author of The Women Who Made New York (Seal Press, 2016), talks about both the famous and overlooked women who contributed to New York City's ongoing cultural history.
  • Mark Di Ionno, columnist at the Star Ledger, discusses the justice department's recently filed lawsuit against Bernards Township in New Jersey, on behalf of a proposed mosque that has faced stiff — and potentially illegal — opposition from some of the town.