From Washington State to Washington, D.C., conversations with the politicians, leaders, journalists and thinkers who shape our world.
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For the first in a series of conversations with statewide leaders, the governor discusses the challenges facing the state and how he has used his office to respond.
The New York Times' Nikole Hannah-Jones discusses how the project has become a source text for America’s racial reckoning — and the subject of major backlash.
Former Obama strategist Robert Gibbs and Lincoln Project co-founder Rick Wilson discuss upcoming midterm elections and the 2024 presidential race.
The New York Times columnist and popular podcast host discusses what he pays attention to and why.
In conversation with PBS NewsHour host Judy Woodruff, the president's chief medical adviser discusses recent data on the pandemic, the future of variants and political polarization.
Dahlia Lithwick and an expert panel discuss the “shocking, but not surprising” draft opinion leaked from the Supreme Court this week suggesting an end to Roe v. Wade.
Seattle’s socialist council member shares her solutions to Seattle’s problems after narrowly avoiding ouster in December.
New Secretary of State Steve Hobbs discusses his plans to fight misinformation and what the failure to pass voting rights legislation means for our state.
The leader of the House progressive caucus shares insights into the fight for the social and environmental spending plan.
The owners of the iconic restaurant discuss the many creative ideas that came as they contended with the peak of the COVID-19.
Social media platforms have been used to divide people and tilt elections. Can anything be done about it?
Urban theorist Richard Florida discusses the appeal of urban life to young workers and how remote work is going to change the way we live.
Author Heather McGhee discusses the anti-government sentiment that emerged in the wake of the Civil Rights movement and what it still costs all Americans.
The Black Lives Matter co-founder discusses how recent social movements are challenging Americans to press for real change.
Science journalist Michelle Nijhuis and philosopher Peter Singer discuss the complex relationship between people and the other creatures they rely on.
Amanda Zamora and Emily Ramshaw share the lessons learned in the first year of their industry-bending journalism startup.