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After Words-T. Draut Tamara Draut.
Book Discussion Author George Thomas.
Ed Morrissey Author Ed Morrissey (``Going Red'').
The Fever of 1721 Stephen Coss recollects a smallpox outbreak in Boston in April 1721 that resulted in 844 deaths, one-tenth of Boston's population at the time.
Phones-Taye Diggs From the 21st annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books held at the University of Southern California, actor Taye Diggs responds to phone calls and comments from viewers about race in America.
After Words-T. Draut Tamara Draut.
Book Discussion on Author Deirdre McCloskey.
The Gray Rhino Journalist Michele Wucker looks at why society and governments fail to recognize and act on obvious dangers.
Supreme Court Books Authors talk about their recent books.
World History Panelists discuss world history.
The Communicators People who shape the digital future.
John Birch The life of missionary John Birch.
Discussion Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Annette Gordon-Reed and Thomas Jefferson scholar Peter Onuf look at the intellectual maturation of Thomas Jefferson.
Open-Reza Aslan Reza Aslan takes viewer phone calls.
Don Watkins Don Watkins talks about income inequality and argues that a minimum wage is harmful to the individuals it proposes to help; he is interviewed by Diana Furchtgott-Roth of the Manhattan Institute.
Talk Show-Diane Rehm Diane Rehm discusses her memoir.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Book Discussion Author Kim Holmes.
Steve Deace Author Steve Deace.
J.C. Watts Former Rep. J.C. Watts (R-Okla.) talks about guiding principles in his personal and professional life; he is interviewed by Kevin Merida, editor-in-chief of ESPN's The Undefeated.
In Depth In Depth with Wil Haygood Author Wil Haygood discusses his life and career and answers viewer calls and questions; Mr. Haygood's most recent book is ``Showdown: Thurgood Marshall and the Supreme Court Nomination That Changed America.''
John Birch The life of missionary John Birch.
The Communicators People who shape the digital future.
Phones-Taye Diggs From the 21st annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books held at the University of Southern California, actor Taye Diggs responds to phone calls and comments from viewers about race in America.
After Words-Senghor Former inmate Shaka Senghor.
Phone-Dennis Prager Radio talk-show host Dennis Prager takes phone calls and comments from viewers about politics. From the 21st annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books held at the University of Southern California.
Talk Show-Diane Rehm Diane Rehm discusses her memoir.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Discussion Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Annette Gordon-Reed and Thomas Jefferson scholar Peter Onuf look at the intellectual maturation of Thomas Jefferson.
William Shakespeare The anniversary of Shakespeare's death.
Tough as They Come U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Travis Mills (Ret.) discusses his three tours of duty in Afghanistan and becoming a quadruple amputee after being blown up by an IED.
Phone-Dennis Prager Radio talk-show host Dennis Prager takes phone calls and comments from viewers about politics. From the 21st annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books held at the University of Southern California.
The Fever of 1721 Stephen Coss recollects a smallpox outbreak in Boston in April 1721 that resulted in 844 deaths, one-tenth of Boston's population at the time.
Talk Show-Diane Rehm Diane Rehm discusses her memoir.
Ryan Anderson Ryan Anderson discusses his book.
Don Watkins Don Watkins talks about income inequality and argues that a minimum wage is harmful to the individuals it proposes to help; he is interviewed by Diana Furchtgott-Roth of the Manhattan Institute.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Discussion From the 4th annual San Antonio Book Festival, Skip Hollandsworth and Kali Nicole Gross discuss their books on violent crime in 19th-century America.
Juan Williams Political analyst Juan Williams.
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Capitol Hill Speeches.
Discussion From the 13th National Black Writers Conference, panelists discuss politics and literature.
Discussion From the 13th National Black Writers Conference, panelists discuss politics and literature.
Discussion From the 4th annual San Antonio Book Festival, Skip Hollandsworth and Kali Nicole Gross discuss their books on violent crime in 19th-century America.
Juan Williams Political analyst Juan Williams.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Discussion From the 13th National Black Writers Conference, panelists discuss politics and literature.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
The Pentagon's Brain Contributing editor at the Los Angeles Times Magazine Annie Jacobsen details the history of the Pentagon's Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA)in ''The Pentagon's Brain''.
Custer's Trials From the 2016 Tucson Festival of Books, Pulitzer Prize-winning author T.J. Stiles discusses the life of Gen. George Armstrong Custer.
World and Me Journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates, author of ``Between the World and Me,'' discusses being black in America, which addresses what it means to inhabit a black body and find a way to live within it.
Joby Warrick Joby Warrick discusses ISIS.
The Pentagon's Brain Contributing editor at the Los Angeles Times Magazine Annie Jacobsen details the history of the Pentagon's Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA)in ''The Pentagon's Brain''.
The Pentagon's Brain Contributing editor at the Los Angeles Times Magazine Annie Jacobsen details the history of the Pentagon's Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA)in ''The Pentagon's Brain''.
Custer's Trials From the 2016 Tucson Festival of Books, Pulitzer Prize-winning author T.J. Stiles discusses the life of Gen. George Armstrong Custer.
World and Me Journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates, author of ``Between the World and Me,'' discusses being black in America, which addresses what it means to inhabit a black body and find a way to live within it.
Joby Warrick Joby Warrick discusses ISIS.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
First Entrepreneur Edward Lengel, director of the Washington Papers at the University of Virginia, looks at George Washington's financial papers and reports on the first president's economic acumen.
John Quincy Adams The life of John Quincy Adams.
Discussion on Louisa The life of Louisa Catherine Adams.
Discussion Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Annette Gordon-Reed and Thomas Jefferson scholar Peter Onuf look at the intellectual maturation of Thomas Jefferson.
First Entrepreneur Edward Lengel, director of the Washington Papers at the University of Virginia, looks at George Washington's financial papers and reports on the first president's economic acumen.
First Entrepreneur Edward Lengel, director of the Washington Papers at the University of Virginia, looks at George Washington's financial papers and reports on the first president's economic acumen.
John Quincy Adams The life of John Quincy Adams.
Discussion on Louisa The life of Louisa Catherine Adams.
Discussion Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Annette Gordon-Reed and Thomas Jefferson scholar Peter Onuf look at the intellectual maturation of Thomas Jefferson.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Don Watkins Don Watkins talks about income inequality and argues that a minimum wage is harmful to the individuals it proposes to help; he is interviewed by Diana Furchtgott-Roth of the Manhattan Institute.
After Words Ellen Malcolm Emily's List founder Ellen Malcolm talks about the rise in elected women in public office; she is interviewed by Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif).
Sen. Mitch McConnell Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
After Words-Senghor Former inmate Shaka Senghor.
Don Watkins Don Watkins talks about income inequality and argues that a minimum wage is harmful to the individuals it proposes to help; he is interviewed by Diana Furchtgott-Roth of the Manhattan Institute.