From Washington State to Washington, D.C., conversations with the politicians, leaders, journalists and thinkers who shape our world.
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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.
Two journalists discuss how the decisions following the attacks of Sept. 11 led to distrust and division.
The president talked a big game during the presidential campaign. Our guests look at what he is doing in his first year to back that up.
‘White Fragility’ author Robin DiAngelo and Slate podcast host Jason Johnson discuss the massive cultural changes since the murder of George Floyd.
Is it still ethical to ski and hike? How is raising a kid to love the outdoors changing? The director of the UW Climate Impacts Group talks us through those questions.
Three leaders of Seattle institutions discuss the ways a year without in-person events disrupted their worlds and how it transformed how they do their work.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar talks about Facebook, Google and Amazon and if antitrust legislation is the answer.
The historians discuss how they curated so many voices of the community and which contributions kept them up at night and brought them to tears.
Sen. Chris Murphy discusses the origins of gun violence in the U.S. and how the debate around this may be changing.
Three experts on religion discuss the history, the meaning and the possible hypocrisy of the unlikely union.
Journalists Sonia Shah and Abrahm Lustgarten discuss what happens when people must flee from drought, fire and floods.
The travel expert shares his vision of globetrotting when the pandemic ends.
The state secretary of health discusses the decision to remove pandemic restrictions, the risks that come with it, and the strange new reality Washingtonians are about to enter.
The former Secretary of Defense for Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama has some thoughts on the United States’ place in the world.