Today's program looks at the government shutdown, with in-studio guest Bob Cusack, Editor in Chief of The Hill. Plus Julie Pace, Washington Bureau Chief of the AP, White House Principal Deputy Secretary Rajh Shah, Republican Congressman Mike Kelly of Pennsylvania, and Congressman Gerry Connolly, Democrat of Virginia.
Today's program looks at the CR with the Senate and the House, plus the White House Press Briefing with Sarah Sanders. Interviews with Gerry Connolly, Democrat of Virginia, Alex Bolton of The Hill, and Darren Samuelsohn of Politico.
Today's program looks at government funding, the President's physical results, and the Senate Judiciary hearing with DHS Secretary Kristjen Nielson. Interviews with Nancy Cordes of CBS News, Ed O'Keefe of The Washington Post, and Congressman Dave Brat, Republican of Virginia.
Today's program includes President Donald Trump signing a MLK holiday proclamation, Sen. Dick Durbin and Speaker Paul Ryan on what the president said in a White House immigration meeting yesterday about Haiti and African nations, and Politico's Sarah Ferris on federal budget negotiations.
Today's program looks at immigration and DACA with remarks from President Trump. Plus more on the Russia investigation. Interviews with Larry Sabato of the University of Virginia on the 2018 midterm elections and Rock Noack, of The Washington Post on Russia. Plus Dave De Luce of Foreign Policy Magazine on North Korea.
Today's program looks at immigration and DACA with remarks by President Trump and Congressional leaders. Interviews with Gregory Korte of USA Today, Nick Fandoes of The New York Times, and Sara Randazzo of the Wall Street Journal.
Today's program looks at the Russia investigation with Kristen Welker of NBC News and the week ahead in Congress with Senate Congressional leaders and Jordain Carney of The Hill. Plus more on Oprah's remarks at the Golden Globes with Aaron Blake of The Washington Post and the 2018 primaries with Kevin Robillard of Politico.
Today's program looks at the emergency UN Security Council meeting on anti-government protests in Iran, President Trump's meeting this weekend with Congressional Republicans at Camp David, and former Obama and George W. Bush White House press aides on the new book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House."
Today's program looks at the NYSE closing above 25,000 points. Plus more on the book by Michael Woolfe on President Trump and the Virginia Delegates race. Interviews with Peter Morici of The Washington Times, Jim Puzzanghera of the LA Times, Peter Baker of the New York Times, and David Graham of The Atlantic.
Today's program looks at response from the White House to comments made by former White House Advisor Steve Bannon. Plus the start of the 115th Congress in the Senate and a look at the debt. Interviews with Alex Isenstadt of Politico, Mike Lillis of The Hill, and Bob Bixby of The Concord Coalition.
Today's program looks at remarks from UN Ambassador Nikki Haley about Iran, Pakistan, and North Korea. Plus the first press briefing of 2018 with WH Press Secretary Sarah Sanders. Interviews with Jonah Shepp of New York Magazine, Sean Sullivan of The Washington Post, and Andrew Restuccia of Politico.
Today's program looks at President Donald Trump's signing into law the temporary government spending bill and tax reform bill, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's year end news conference, and Republican Strategic Roger Stone on the chance of the Cabinet invoking the 25th Amendment and removing the President.
This program looks at the passage of the CR in the House, with an interview with Lisa Mascaro of The LA Times and Rep. Andy Harris, Republican of Maryland. Plus an interview with Paul Kane of the Washington Post on Tom Winter of NBC News.
This program looks the passage of the tax bill by both the Senate and the House. With remarks from Congressional leaders and President Trump. Plus interviews with Democrat Chris Van Hollen of Maryland and Gerry Connolly of Virginia. Plus Politico's Bernie Becker and Editor of The Hill Bob Cusack.
This program looks at the UN Vote today on Jerusalem, tax cuts, and the train derailment in Washington state. Interviews with Cristina Marcos of The Hill, Rep. Don Beyer, a Democrat of Virginia, Niel Gardiner of The Heritage Foundation, and Greg Korte of USA Today.