What's really happening at the U.S.-Mexico border in the wake of Trump's family separation policy and Zero Tolerance? We hear from Devora Gonzalez, an activist and field organizer for School of Americas Watch, about the situation for Central American immigrants to the U.S., and her own reaction as a mother and daughter of immigrants.
Plus, hosts Violet, Rosie and Orie and RFB intern Ellie discuss what the city's coming styrofoam ban will mean for restaurants and street cart vendors.
This week, hosts Rosie, Violet and Orie and RFB intern Ellie discuss Trump's much-anticipated meeting with North Korean's Kim Jong Un, as well as the administration's policy of separating immigrant families at the boarder.
Plus, we consider the consequences of the city's styrofoam ban on ethnic food trucks and independent restauranteurs, and chew on the World Cup.
This week we analyze Trump's latest moves to antagonize U.S. allies at the G-7 and pardon long-deceased American boxers. We talk about why New York's a tough place to live for the elderly, and we welcome our newest panelist: Ellie!
Picture a rabbi, and you'll probably imagine an old man with a flowing beard. But that's far from where the world's heading: we talk gender in clergy, Israel and faith in politics with special guest Liora Alban, who is in rabbinical school at Hebrew Union College in Los Angeles, and who just finished a degree in Jewish Education.
Plus, our team discuss the latest news, from Trump's latest will-he-or-won't-he summit with Kim Jong Un to a homeless shelter for NYC's LGBT youth.
How does the American Jewish community feel about the state of Israel, and what is the reasoning behind its strong feelings, both positive and negative?
Ilana Levinson and Talia Baurer, from the Jewish activist groups IfNotNow and Jewish Voice for Peace, join us to explain it all.
America's Baby Boomer population is aging fast, and it's going to be up to the rest of us to ensure our loved ones have the care they need. But that's often the last thing on the minds of Gen Y'ers and Millennials with a lot already on our plates. This week, hosts Violet, Rosie, Orie and Rachel talk with Kathleen, who helps care for her father as he navigates a debilitating chronic illness and an unhelpful healthcare system.
Plus, we discuss the week's news, as North Korea joins the winter Olympics in Pyeongchang and the U.S. deficit rises ever higher.
This week, two activists for Palestine advocacy and education, Amal Wahdan of the Sheikh Hasan Foundation for Culture and Science in Ramallah and Paul Larudee of the International Solidarity Movement, join us to talk about life in occupied Palestine.
Hosts Rosie, Orie and Violet discuss the ways that American influence and funding play a role in Israel and Palestine, and how things will change as the American embassy moves to Jerusalem.
Hosts Orie, Violet and Rosie discuss the impending government shutdown, and who's casting the blame.
Plus, we talk about President Trump's Fake News Awards targeting unfavorable media and what it means for our free press, and the 2nd Women's March's biggest impacts.
This week, hosts Orie, Rosie and Violet talk about President Trump's alleged use of an offensive term to describe places like El Salvador and Haiti during talks on immigration.
Plus, what happens when you're told to seek cover immediately... and find out it's all a false alarm? We discuss Hawaii's flirtation with disaster.
And, Oprah for president? Not so fast. Celebrities running for high office may seem like a good idea, but you'll hear why it could be less than perfect.