Black America is an in-depth conversation that explores what it means to be Black in America. The show profiles Black activists, academics, business leaders, sports figures, elected officials, artists and writers to gauge this experience in a time of both turbulence and breakthroughs.
Each week, we cover your favorite dark and creepy stories, and pick apart the weird science and history behind them. True Crime/Science/History/Comedy Podcast. Hosted by Kimberly Baker, Lila Dunk, and Allyson Nemec.
Chuck Todd at his best – unscripted, informed and focused on what really matters in the 2020 presidential race. Join Chuck each Wednesday as he talks with top reporters from the nation’s capital, plus exclusive sit-down interviews and on-the-ground dispatches from across the campaign trail.
No Out There - Out There! is a talkshow about HOW TO live life from a particular point of view, a perspective, a philosophy which says let me stop blaming others for what is showing up in my life. Let me acknowledge I AM the source, cause and remedy. It is not something outside of my control. The place to look is inside to see what requires altering or what perspective requires changing. Featuring interviews with high profile teachers, author and spiritual leaders. Also get answer your quest ...
Aimee Allison, Founder and President of She the People discusses the upcoming election, the strategies in getting people out to vote and women of color running in historic numbers. Hosted by Carol Jenkins
In the final installment of Florida Florida Florida, the Chuck ToddCast returns with a 2020 Florida-centric panel. Politico correspondent Marc Caputo and Washington Post reporter Beth Reinhard talk about their years covering politics in the sunshine state. Documentary filmmaker Billy Corben talks to Chuck about his new film, "537 Votes."…
Florida Florida Floirda: Episode 5. Two decades after the 2000 recount, the results can still be felt today in the way campaigns are staffed, media messages are created and how courts view elections. Susan Glasser, Barton Gellman and Nathan Persily join the discussion.
Florida Florida Florida Episode 4: When the recount began, it wasn't a foregone conclusion that the result would be decided by the Supreme Court. But now that the Court has gotten involved in elections, its effect can still be felt today. Featuring interviews with Laurence Tribe, Pete Williams, Ben Ginsburg and others.…
Florida Florida Florida, Episode 3: The Bush team deployed a 4-pronged strategy during the recount, including something very new for Republicans: public protest. Featuring interviews with Ted Cruz, John Bolton, Al Cardenas and Matt Schlapp.
Lesson 3: Work the refs. Election night showed the importance of pushing back against the news media when the story wasn't going the way the campaigns expected. Lesson 4: Stay on message. After election night, the team with the tightest control over messaging would gain an advantage. Featuring interviews with Joe Lieberman, Tom Brokaw, Lester Holt,…
Meet the Press introduces: Florida Florida Florida. In this new five-part series, Chuck Todd looks back at the enduring political lessons of the 2000 presidential recount. Lesson 1: Every election is the most important election of our lifetimes. Lesson 2: Candidates Matter. Featuring interviews with Stuart Stevens, Tad Devine, "Mac" Stipanovich, Lu…
Anna Palmer & Jake Sherman, co-authors of Politico's Playbook, join Chuck to talk about the frozen negotiations over a covid relief bill.
Dr. Berenecea Johnson Eanes, President of York College discusses how York College continues to provide academic excellence to their students and meeting the challenges
Al Cardenas, the former chair of the Florida GOP and worked on President George W. Bush’s campaign, and Obama’s White House Communications Director, Jennifer Palmieri, join Chuck to talk about the first Trump-Biden debate.
NBC News Correspondent Leigh Ann Caldwell talks to Chuck about the steps the Senate is taking to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. David French, senior editor at the Dispatch, discusses the long-term implications of Republicans' flip-flop on late-term court fights.
Martha S. Jones, History Professor at John Hopkins University and Author of "Vanguard" and L. Joy Williams, Political Strategist and Creator and Host of "#SundayCivics" discusses the fight for black women in securing their voice and seat at the table.
A peak at Russia's cards during the next election with former FBI Counterintelligence Officer Peter Strzok and Scientific American Editor in Chief Laura Helmuth discusses the publication's decision to endorse a candidate for the first time in 175 years.
Chuck talks with polling heavyweights Charlie Cook and Larry Sabato to talk about the election now that we are eight weeks out. Maria Teresa Kumar updates Chuck on Latino outreach from both campaigns.
Eddie Glaude Jr., Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University discusses the way he studies the works of James Baldwin and how it ties into what we are experiencing today in black america with his new book, "Begin Again".
Brian Stelter, chief media correspondent at CNN and author of "Hoax" joins Chuck to talk about Fox News. Will Sommer from the Daily Beast and Ben Collins from NBC News explain what's really going on with Qanon.
Chuck talks with Politico Magazine's chief political correspondent, Tim Alberta, and staff writer at the Dispatch, Sarah Flores. Plus, a conversation with Congressman Denver Riggleman about the ways his party has changed.
Olivia Nuzzi reported a must-read look inside the Trump campaign, for New York Magazine. NBC News Political Unit reporter Ben Kamisar updates on ad-spending and Steve Kornacki reacts to the first nights of the DNC.
NBC News Senior Washington Correspondent Andrea Mitchell and NBC News Political Embed Deepa Shivaram join Chuck to talk about Sen. Kamala Harris. Washington Post Sports Columnist Sally Jenkins discusses the changes to the fall college sports season.
Dave Wasserman, House editor for the Cook Political Report, and Abby Livingston, Washington Bureau Chief for the Texas Tribune, join Chuck. The Knight Foundation's Sam Gill and former Missouri University professor, Barbara Cochran talk about a new report on trust in the media.
In one week, one of the decisions that could have the most impact on the race is reportedly set to be announced: Biden’s VP pick.
Josh Kraushaar, columnist for National Review, and Jonah Goldberg, Editor-in-Chief of the Dispatch, join Chuck to talk about the battles playing out to control the Republican Party after President Trump. Fred Frommer, author of "You Gotta Have Heart: Washington baseball from Walter Johnson to the 2019 World Series Champion Nationals,” talks about t…
Chuck is joined by Washington Post staff writer Carol Leonnig to talk about the president's re-election prospects. Katherine Gehl and Michael Porter talk about their new book, The Politics Industry: How Political Innovation Can Break Partisan Gridlock and Save Our Democracy.
Dr. Joy Harris-Smith, Co-Author of “The ABC’s of Diversity” and Siah Hagin, School and Mental Health Counselor discuss if and when it’s the right time to discuss racism with your children and how they are being affected by this pandemic
Wall Street Journal White House reporter Michael Bender and New York Times White House correspondent Annie Karni join Chuck to talk about fallout from President Trump's attempt to kickstart his campaign.
Dr. D'Weston Haywood, author of "Let Us Make Men and Professor at Hunter College discusses racial advancement, #sayhername, justice reform and recent protests.
Marc Cuban, entrepreneur and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, joins the Meet the Press: College Roundtable to talk about race and economics with Ghael Fobes, rising junior at Syracuse University, Parker Jensen, a rising senior at The George Washington University, and Chan'cellore Makanjuola, a student at UC Berkley's graduate school of journalism.…
Dave Weigel, Washington Post national political reporter, and Anna Palmer, Politico senior Washington correspondent and co-author of Politico Playbook join Chuck to talk about Senate Republicans unveil their police reform plan.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto (D) joins the Meet the Press: College Roundtable to take questions from Sarah Beth Guevara, a graduate journalism student from the University of Oklahoma, Avalon Pernell, a rising sophomore at Washington and Lee University, and David Bender, a rising freshman at Indiana University.…
Dante Chinni, the director of the American Communities project and Data Download is joined by Nell Henderson, Wall Street Journal Economics Editor. Plus, Carrie Dann goes inside the latest NBC News/WSJ Poll
Rashad Robinson, President of Color of Change; the largest online racial justice organization joins us to discuss the issues African Americans are facing during this pandemic.
On Meet the Press: College Roundtable, Anna Salvatore, an incoming freshman at Princeton University, Tamia Fowlkes, a rising junior at the University of Wisconsin - Madison and Camille Respess, a rising senior at the University of Florida, interview NAACP President Derrick Johnson as protests continue across the country following the death of Georg…
Eugene Scott, political reporter for The Washington Post, and MSNBC's Joshua Johnson join Chuck Todd to talk about the widespread protests against police abuse.
Marc Morial, Mayor of New Orleans from 1994-2002 and President and CEO of the National Urban League since 2003 joins us to discuss his new book, “The Gumbo Coalition” and the importance of having a strong leader with a plan.
Chuck Todd moderates Meet the Press: College Roundtable as students from Florida A&M University, University of Texas-Austin and Georgetown interview University of Arizona President Dr. Robert Robbins and Howard University President Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick.
While Joe Biden may not be on the campaign trail, his team is busy vetting vice presidential candidates. Stephanie Schricok, president of EMILY's List, talks to Chuck Todd about what each of the potential running mates has to offer.
Legendary sportscaster and broadcaster Bob Costas talks to Chuck about what a modified sports season might look like. TMJ4's Charles Benson and the Texas Tribune's Alexa Ura share their latest reporting on vote-by-mail changes.
The HistoryMakers is the nations largest digital archive, composed of 11,000 hours of testimonies of African Americans. Julieanna L. Richardson, Executive Director and Founder joins us to discuss their work and how they have done this for 20 years.
Ok, let's talk politics. Amy Walter, National Editor of the Cook Political Report, and Steve Kornacki, National Political correspondent for NBC News, join Chuck for a virus-free discussion of the 2020 political landscape. Plus, Howard University president Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick to discuss the future of college reopenings.…
Politico's Marc Caputo and NPR's Juana Summers join Chuck Todd to talk about the impact of shifting COVID response plans, and Joe Biden's vice presidential options.
Mikki Kendall, Author of "Hood Feminism" discusses environmental racism, food deserts and how this pandemic will affect us all on various levels.