Rob Farley and Natalie Sambhi explain the Indonesian president's controversial policy.
Play entire video
John Horgan and George Johnson discuss the healthcare system’s mixed-up incentives. Plus: A new hope for cancer therapy?
Robert Wright and Ann Althouse debate. Plus: Is David Letterman a nihilist?
Betsy Woodruff and Daniel Strauss explore why gay couples adopting children is more popular than same-sex marriage. Plus: Why Clinton’s media strategy is self-defeating.
Bill Scher and Matt Lewis discuss Fox’s recent interviews with Bush, Rubio, and Walker. Plus: Maybe Jeb Bush doesn’t really want to be president.
Robert Wright speaks with Peter Singer, author of the new book The Most Good You Can Do. Plus: Bad charity.
Conor Friedersdorf and Noah Millman analyze the psychology behind the attack in Garland, TX. Plus: LA vs. NYC on race, class, and memory.
Betsy Woodruff and Daniel Strauss consider what else might come out about Clinton and her GOP rivals. Plus: Bernie Sanders arrives.
Bill Scher and Matt Lewis use the controversy surrounding reality star Josh Duggar to consider conservatives’ infatuation with celebrities.
The Glenn Show
Glenn Loury and John McWhorter discuss the glamorization and demonization of an African-American stereotype.
The Glenn Show
Glenn Loury and John McWhorter stand up for an idea that is denigrated by many on the left. Plus: Is the focus on police abuse misguided?
As Jeb Bush stumbles over questions about Iraq, Bill Scher and Matt Lewis discuss how GOP candidates can do a better job. Plus: If you’re pro-immigration, shouldn’t you also be pro-trade?
The Wright Show
Robert Wright asks Glenn Greenwald about fighting the establishment. Plus: Why Charlie Hebdo didn’t deserve to be honored by PEN.