Coming up on today's show:
- According to widespread media reports, President Donald Trump shared classified information with Russia’s foreign minister and its ambassador during a meeting at the White House last week. A panel of experts joins The Takeaway to discuss.
As part of ongoing coverage, The Takeaway will examine three aspects of immigration detention. Today, we'll begin with a look at how the idea of immigration detention was born in the mid-20th century, and how, in the last decade, it evolved into one of the largest growing areas of the U.S. prison system. Jackie Stevens, a professor and the director of Northwestern University's Deportation Research Clinic, has the story.
- The U.N. Security Council has called for a meeting today to discuss North Korea's recent long-range missile test, which experts are saying is its most powerful one yet. Daryl Kimball, the executive director of the Arms Control Association, explains the weaponry involved.
- To many Chinese, today's date marks the anniversary of the official start of the Cultural Revolution when, in 1966, Mao Zedong issued the "May 16th Notification," a summary of what would become the ideological justification for the peasant revolution that would last years and claim millions of lives. Beijing-based journalist and author Ian Johnson spoke with Chinese journalist Tan Hecheng, whose new book, "The Killing Wind: A Chinese County's Descent into Madness during the Cultural Revolution," details the bloody massacre of more than 4,500 people in Dao County in the fall of 1967.
- Ashley Graham has walked the runways at Fashion Week, graced the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition, and been dubbed a "supermodel" by Vogue. She's also a size 16 — the average dress size for a woman in the U.S. She chats with The Takeaway about her memoir, "A New Model: What Confidence, Beauty & Power Really Look Like."