Christie talks in DC, but not many Democrats were around to hear the message.
While Russia and Ukraine dominate the headlines, President Obama embarks on a long-awaited trip to Southeast Asia. As Vice President Biden practices Containment 2.0 with Russia in the West, can President Obama do the same with China in the East?
In a 6-to-2 decision issued Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a Michigan state ban on affirmative action in public higher education. Kareem Crayton, a professor of law at the University of North Carolina Law School, explains the ramifications of this ruling.
Obama, Biden Seek to Balance East and West | SCOTUS Upholds Michigan's Affirmative Action Ban | Las Vegas May Face Dire Water Shortage | Are We Causing the Next Mass Extinction? | Trans Community Seeks Dialogue to Break Barriers
For this week’s installment of our series Strapped: A Look at Poverty in America, Dale Maharidge, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and Columbia Journalism School professor, and Greg Kaufmann, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress and former poverty correspondent for The Nation, discuss reporting on poverty and how poverty is portrayed—and why it’s under-covered—in the media. Kaufman is launching TalkPoverty.org on May 19.
Also on Today's Show: Tensions remained high over the weekend in Ukraine...There are more grim details emerging about the South Korean ferry crash...This week the Retro Report documentary team looks back at the Terri Schiavo case...