Glenn Loury and John McWhorter discuss what future genetics research could tell us about human aptitude.
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Deepmala Mahla, Mercy Corps’s Country Director of South Sudan, on how direct cash transfers help communities.
Political scientist Alexander Cooley on how lax regulations help corrupt foreign officials hide their money. Plus: Trump, the tycoon president.
Glenn Loury and Harold Pollack debate whether we should worry about the White House’s looseness with truth. Plus: The illegitimate president?
Matt Stoller, Fellow at New America, says there’s rare bipartisan support for greater regulation of the tech industry but no pressure to make it happen. Plus: Reining in the tech giants.
Brooke Gladstone, author of The Trouble With Reality, on parallels between 1984, Brave New World, and our current age. Plus: This is your brain on partisanship.
Journalist Murtaza Hussain and Olivier Roy, author of the new book Jihad and Death, on what ISIS really wants. Plus: The future of ISIS.
Bill Scher and Matt Lewis consider whether the party will move on now that the Senate health bill has failed.
Matt Lewis on parallels between the way Trump treats the media and the way he treated his opponents in the GOP primary. Plus: Did CNN do wrong?