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Book Discussion Author David Priess.
Int.-Marji Ross Marji Ross previews new titles.
Marcia Clark Author Marcia.
Int.-Lisa Lucas National Book Foundation director.
Talk Show-Diane Rehm Diane Rehm discusses her memoir.
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.
Juan Williams Political analyst Juan Williams.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
In Depth Sebastian Junger Author Sebastian Junger.
After Words Pamela Haag Pamela Haag on ``Gunning of America.''
After Words Peter Marks Author Peter Marks.
After Words Peter Marks Author Peter Marks.
In Depth Sebastian Junger Author Sebastian Junger.
After Words Pamela Haag Pamela Haag on ``Gunning of America.''
After Words Peter Marks Author Peter Marks.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Book Discussion Author Eric Bolling.
Book Discussion Author Bill Ayers.
Book Discussion Michael Flynn and Michael Ledeen.
Book Discussion Jeffrey Rosen discusses the life and career of Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Zora Neale Hurston Panelists discuss Zora Neale Hurston.
Book Discussion Princeton University professor Eddie Glaude gives his thoughts on the state of black America.
Book Discussion Mary Eberstadt discusses discrimination.
Summer Reading Sen. Shaheen shares her reading list.
Discussion Science and technology.
Book Discussion Author Brad Meltzer.
Book Discussion Governor John Hickenlooper (D-Colo.) discusses his book ``The Opposite of Woe: My Life in Beer and Politics.''
Marsha Blackburn Rep. Blackburn shares her reading list.
Book Discussion The Nation contributing writer Mychal Smith discusses his life and political education as a young black man in America.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
After Words Eric Fair Eric Fair talks about Abu Ghraib prison.
Book Discussion Author Mary Roach (``Grunt'').
Ron Charles Editor Ron Charles.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Zora Neale Hurston Panelists discuss Zora Neale Hurston.
Book Discussion Princeton University professor Eddie Glaude gives his thoughts on the state of black America.
Book Discussion Author Eric Metaxas.
Diversity in Books Young adult novelists Dhonielle Clayton and Kwame Alexander discuss the importance and need for deeper diversity in children and young adult publishing and discuss their respective organizations, We Need Diverse Books and the Book-in-a-Day program.
Book Discussion Jeffrey Rosen discusses the life and career of Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis.
Lukas Prize The J. Anthony Lukas Prize is awarded.
Book Discussion John Norris; Marlene Trestman.
Book Discussion The Nation contributing writer Mychal Smith discusses his life and political education as a young black man in America.
Book Discussion Author David Priess.
David Horowitz Author David Horowitz.
Summer Reading Rep. Rob Bishop shares his reading list.
After Words Karen Greenberg The war on terrorism.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Book Discussion Author Melissa Deckman.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Panel Discussion Authors talk about economic growth.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Lara Heimert Publisher Lara Heimert previews titles.
Book Discussion Shawn Otto argues in his book that scientific fact is devalued for means of political/media gain.
Book Discussion Staff members of The Intercept read from their book, ``The Assassination Complex: Inside the Government's Secret Drone Warfare Program.''
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Cary Goldstein Cary Goldstein.
Book Discussion Author Mary Roach (``Grunt'').
Book Discussion... Author Craig Hodges (``Long Shot'').
After Words Eric Fair Eric Fair talks about Abu Ghraib prison.
Book Discussion Author Nigel Hamilton.
Book Discussion Governor John Hickenlooper (D-Colo.) discusses his book ``The Opposite of Woe: My Life in Beer and Politics.''
After Words Eric Fair Eric Fair talks about Abu Ghraib prison.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Stacey Dash Author Stacey Dash.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Ron Charles Editor Ron Charles.
After Words Eric Fair Eric Fair talks about Abu Ghraib prison.
Book Discussion Staff members of The Intercept read from their book, ``The Assassination Complex: Inside the Government's Secret Drone Warfare Program.''
Political Suicide Author Erin McHugh.
Int.-Lisa Lucas National Book Foundation director.
Book Discussion Shawn Otto argues in his book that scientific fact is devalued for means of political/media gain.
The Communicators People who shape the digital future.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Zubik v. Burwell The U.S. Supreme Court listens to oral argument in Zubik v. Burwell, a case considering whether the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive coverage mandate violates the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Q & A Michael Ramirez Editorial cartoonist Michael Ramirez.
Book Discussion Author Wenonah Hauter (``Frackopoly'').
S. Moore & K. White Stephen Moore and Kathleen White.
Meg Jacobs Author Meg Jacobs.
Book Discussion Author Wenonah Hauter (``Frackopoly'').
Book Discussion Author Wenonah Hauter (``Frackopoly'').
S. Moore & K. White Stephen Moore and Kathleen White.
Meg Jacobs Author Meg Jacobs.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Hurst v. Florida The U.S. Supreme Court listens to oral argument in Hurst v. Florida on the constitutionality of Florida's death penalty system.
Kempner Aviva Kempner talks about her documentary Rosenwald.
Discussion Patricia Bell-Scott, professor emerita of women's studies at the University of Georgia, looks at the relationship between civil rights activist Pauli Murray, co-founder of the National Organization of Women, and first lady Eleanor Roosevelt.
Chicago Tribune Lindy West; Rebecca Traister.
Sue Klebold Sue Klebold, whose son Dylan was one of the Columbine shooters, discusses the junction between violence and mental illness; she's interviewed by Mary Giliberti, CEO of the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
Discussion Patricia Bell-Scott, professor emerita of women's studies at the University of Georgia, looks at the relationship between civil rights activist Pauli Murray, co-founder of the National Organization of Women, and first lady Eleanor Roosevelt.