Full story - November 25, 2019
Former Ukrainian lawmaker Sergii Leshchenko displays papers from secret ledgers
Many Republicans say a "black ledger" acquired by Sergii Leshchenko is a forgery and that it was publicly released to link President Donald Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, to corruption in Ukraine.
Full episode - November 25, 2019
Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer is shown in a close up photograph wearing a suit and tie and looking up.
US Navy Secretary Richard Spencer is out of a job after disagreeing with President Donald Trump over the case of Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher. Also, pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong had record voter turnout in a landslide victory for local council district elections. So, what comes next? And, a new study shows striking similarities in world music, suggesting music may impact culture more than culture impacts music.
Full story - November 25, 2019
Women hold a coffin prop during a demonstration to protest femicide and violence against women in Paris.
Women over 65 in France make up about a quarter of all victims of femicide, but they are largely left out of the conversation, or their deaths are being misclassified.  
Full story - November 25, 2019
A crowd of people celebrate their election win.
Former Hong Kong politician Emily Lau explained the impact of Hong Kong's recent district council elections that were overwhelmingly won by pro-democracy candidates.
Full story - November 25, 2019
President Donald Trump President Donald Trump looks on after welcoming Bulgaria’s Prime Minister Boyko Borissov at the White House on Nov. 25, 2019.
As controversy swirls over the handling of a case involving a Navy SEAL convicted of battlefield misconduct, some veterans are raising concerns about what message the controversy may signal to troops.
Full episode - November 22, 2019
Ukrainian lawmaker
Since 2014, the US has committed more than $1.5 billion in security assistance to Ukraine. How does Ukraine’s military use those funds, and why are they so essential? Plus, the name Sergii Leshchenko keeps coming up in conjunction with the US impeachment inquiry. He's a former member of Ukraine's parliament and now a journalist. Republicans say he helped the Democratic Party in the 2016 US presidential elections, which Leshchenko denies. And, we've got an interview with Robbie Robertson, songwriter and lead guitarist for the iconic Canadian rock band, The Band.
Full story - November 22, 2019
US President Donald Trump, left, greets South Korean President Moon Jae-in during a joint news conference at the presidential Blue House on June 30, 2019 in Seoul, South Korea.
The Trump administration reportedly wants $5 billion per year to cover the cost of US forces in South Korea. That's more than five times more than what it currently pays.
Full story - November 22, 2019
Robbie Robertson looks at the camera posing for a photo
Robbie Robertson considers himself a storyteller. He says he learned that at the Six Nations Indian Reserve. "I witnessed elders who told stories that just went right deep into my soul," Robertson said.
Full story - November 21, 2019
A man and a woman take the oath by raising their right hand.
The House Intelligence Committee heard testimony from Fiona Hill and David Holmes.
Full episode - November 21, 2019
Fiona Hill
The impeachment proceedings continued Thursday. The star witness told lawmakers to stop spreading conspiracies about Ukraine. Also, far away from Washington, in northern Syria, President Donald Trump has moved American troops out of population centers and toward oil fields. This has given some Syrians the impression that their lives don't matter. And cricket is going pink.