We go live from Hurricane Michael. Some smart debaters take on whether #MeToo has been weaponized… and then they switch sides. We play with mixed reality to dissect why it’s painfully awkward to talk about money in our relationships. And why is it so hard for third party candidates to win?
We trace the roots of the parody ISIS flag printed on the explosive sent to CNN. Minnesota looks like it’s about to send the first Somali refugee to Congress. As the migrant caravan heads toward the border, we explain how the group went from 160 Hondurans to around 7,000-strong. And as Apple demands a retraction of a story that says they’ve been compromised by Chinese spies, President Trump is facing questions about whether his own phone might be insecure.
“Empire” star Jussie Smollett surrenders to authorities weeks after claiming he was the victim of a hate-crime. We speak to the man who makes sure Roger Stone is always camera ready – his tailor. We take you inside France’s Yellow Vest movement, a political uprising rocking the country’s politics. How cows, and their farts, could play a major role in the Green New deal. Teens are sneaking shots – but it’s not what you think: how kids from anti-vaxxer families are seeking out vaccines in secret. And, ahead of the Academy Awards, we look at the history of African American cinema at the Oscars.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is sponsoring a Green New Deal. As Maduro blocks Colombian aid from entering a highly unstable Venezuela, we’re reporting from the Venezuela-Colombia border. A couple decades hence, Lorena Bobbitt is telling her side of the story. Does it really make sense for millions of Americans to have Congressional representatives who can’t vote? And, the rise of the gluten-free pasta makers in Italy.