Christina Bellantoni, Director of the Annenberg Media Center at the University of Southern California and Tim Miller, political strategist and writer at the Bulwark.
Former Sen. Ben Nelson (D-Neb.) talks about the filibuster and bipartisanship in the Senate.
Kristen Soltis Anderson & Cornell Belcher talk about how the Republicans and Democrats are positioning themselves for the 2022 midterms.
Mark Sanford, former South Carolina governor (R) and former congressman talks to Chuck about partisanship in politics and his new book, “Two Roads Diverged.”
NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel talks about his firsthand reporting from Kabul as the U.S. mission came to an end.
David Kirp Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, joins Chuck to talk about a radical idea that could change college.
Afghanistan? A pandemic and misinformation campaign? A congressional showdown coming in late September? Washington Bureau Chief for USA Today Susan Page and LA Times Columnist Mark Barabak predict what's next as President Biden fight battles at home and abroad.
Former CIA Director John Brennan talks to Chuck about what was lost in Afghanistan.
As the Taliban consolidate control in Kabul, all eyes are on the U.S. in Taipei, Kyiv and around the world.
Ranked-choice, the end of primaries and other ways to realign the political parties