Noah Feldman joins Walter Isaacson to discuss a “Supreme Court” for Facebook.
Henk Ovink joins the program to discuss catastrophic flooding in Venice.
AllBirds co-CEO Joey Zwillinger discusses eco-friendly business practices.
Katharine Hayhoe discusses what needs to be done to combat climate change.
Professor S. James Gates discusses his new book "Proving Einstein Right."
Rick Perlstein provides a historical perspective on the impeachment investigation.
Democratic Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin joins the program from Michigan.
Masha Gessen discusses the relationship between Russia, Ukraine and the U.S.
James Melville discusses Yovanovitch's testimony in the impeachment inquiry.
Adam Frankel speaks to Walter Isaacson about his debut memoir "The Survivors."
Nancy McEldowney and James Baker discuss this week's public impeachment hearings.
Mark Ruffalo and Rob Bilott join the program to discuss the new film "Dark Waters."
Mike Rogers and Elizabeth Holtzman discuss the first public impeachment hearing.
Anthony Gardner discusses what's at stake for foreign policy in the impeachment hearings.
Jeff Greenfield and Carl Bernstein offer their analysis of the impeachment hearing.
Joe Crowley joins the program to discuss Wednesday's impeachment hearings.
John McLaughlin joins the program to discuss the impeachment hearings and foreign policy.
Yair Golan joins the program to analyze violence and political confusion in Israel.
New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet speaks with Christiane Amanpour.
Artist Antony Gormley showcases his latest exhibition and discusses his inspiration.
Christopher Mallaby, Timothy Garton Ash and Andrey Kortunov join the program.
Wendell Pierce discusses the significance of African American art.