Pres. Trump may have made nice with Saudi Arabia, but Muslims in America still feel under siege. We speak with a leading U.S. imam, an expert on Muslim American public opinion, the former head of counter-terrorism for the LAPD, and a Muslim activist.
How culpable is the media for the political fragmentation of the nation? We explore that with the former presidents of CBS News and CNN, Andrew Heyward and Jonathan Klein; Ethan Zuckerman, director of the MIT Civic Media Lab; and Tucker Doherty, Politico data reporter.
We’re broadcasting from Qatar this weekend: If Trump thought healthcare was complicated, wait until he tries to bring peace to the Middle East. Our guests include syndicated columnist Rami Khouri, Mehran Kamrava of Georgetown University-Qatar, and al-Jazeera Syria correspondent Zeina Khodr.
President Trump. A lot of people are still horrified by those two words. This week marks 100 days in office for the Trump Administration. The avalanche of executive orders and random tweets coming out of the White House has kept an awful lot of people busy. We’ll take a look at how well the checks & balances are holding up, and how well the opposition movement is doing. Guests include Gonzalo Martinez de Vedia of the opposition group Indivisible, Doug Honig of the ACLU, author and lawyer...