Dems As The Opposition, Baby Boomer Entitlement, 'Gargoyle Hunters,' Exploring 'The Outer Space'

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., questions Wells Fargo Chief Executive Officer John Stumpf, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2016.

New York Times Magazine political editor Charles Homans chats about his new article, which looks at how the 2016 election threw Democrats into an existential crisis. Author John Freeman Gill's debut novel tells the story of a father and son team who steal 19th–century gargoyles off the faces of New York City buildings. Author Bruce Cannon Gibney argues Baby Boomers crave immediate satisfaction without thinking about the long-term consequences, and that's had dire consequences for America. Director Leigh Silverman and actor Ethan Lipton discuss their new musical, “The Outer Space.” The musical follows a couple who buy a spaceship to escape the hardships of life on Earth.