On earth day, Bill McKibben, author, educator, environmentalist, and co-founder of 350.org, talks about his work on climate change and his new book Falter: Has the Human Game Begun to Play Itself Out? (Henry Holt and Co., 2019)
Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux, FiveThirtyEight senior writer and David Marcus, The Federalist's New York correspondent, discuss the legal and political puzzle of presidential obstruction in special counsel Mueller's report.
Three of our favorite segments from the week, in case you missed them. The 'Central Park Jogger' Case, 30 Years Later (First) | Broadway's 'Hillary and Clinton' (Starts at 24:00) | David Brooks: 'Our Culture Equates Success with Love' (Starts at 42:00)
Amanda Chicago Lewis, columnist at Rolling Stone, talks about what industry leaders and experts think will be the future of cannabis legalization in the country. Plus, Karen Rouse, WNYC New Jersey reporter, on why New Jersey's efforts to legalize recreat
Jerrold Nadler, U.S. Representative and chair of the House Judiciary Committee, on why he subpoenaed the Justice Department for an unredacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report, as well as the underlying grand jury evidence and testimony.
Susan Glasser, staff writer at The New Yorker who writes the weekly online "Letter from Trump’s Washington" column, and Ilya Marritz, WNYC reporter and host of the Trump, Inc. podcast at WNYC, offer analysis to the redacted Mueller report.
In light of the release of the Mueller report (with redactions), Tom Steyer, Democratic party donor, activist and founder of the groups Need to Impeach and Next Gen America, talks about why he thinks President Trump should be impeached.
Bill de Blasio, New York City Mayor, takes calls from listeners and discusses this week in NYC. "We are the greatest city in the world but unfortunately we build the lamest skate parks," caller on @BrianLehrer, who rules. — Jake Offenhartz (@jangelooff)