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The State Of Political Dysfunction With Longtime Analyst Norman Ornstein

Political analyst Norman Ornstein on the depths of dysfunction in Washington. Then, as "Orange is the New Black" heads into its sixth season, a 2014 interview with Piper Kerman, the woman whose story inspired the hit TV show.

The State Of Political Dysfunction With Longtime Analyst Norman Ornstein

Why Trump Can't Get His Story Straight On Russia And Ashley Judd Talks #MeToo, #TimesUp An...

A former CIA officer reacts to President Trump's flip-flopping on Russian intelligence. Then, Ashley Judd's story of sexual harassment helped launch the #MeToo movement. She talks about coming forward – and what's next.

Why Trump Can't Get His Story Straight On Russia And Ashley Judd Talks #MeToo, #TimesUp An...

The Continued Retreat of Western Liberalism

Last July Diane spoke with Financial Times columnist Edward Luce about his book, "The Retreat of Western Liberalism." A year later, we have invited him back for an update.

A Declaration Of Independence — And Equality

The Declaration of Independence has long stood as a symbol of freedom and liberty. But it is equality, one political scientist says, that lies at the heart of the document.

A Summer Fiction Special: Interviews From Diane's Archives

In celebration of lazy summer hours spent lost in great novels, Diane takes a look back through the Diane Rehm Show archives to bring you some of her favorite author interviews.

When Your Child Is Sick

Having a seriously ill child is among the most difficult things a parent can experience. What one psychologist has learned about supporting families through her work with young cancer patients.

The Fight To Stop Alzheimer's Before It Starts And Disrupting The Ad Business

A neurologist's fight to stop Alzheimer's before it starts and The New Yorker's Ken Auletta on the future of advertising – and why we should care.

The Fight To Stop Alzheimer's Before It Starts And Disrupting The Ad Business

Robert F. Kennedy's Daughter On His Legacy

Fifty years ago this week Robert F. Kennedy was shot and killed in a hotel in Los Angeles, California. His daughter, Kerry Kennedy, reflects on his legacy.

The Trump Administration's Treatment Of Children At The Border And Today's Rulebook For Finding Love

Outrage over new Trump administration policies that separate children from their parents at the border. Then, a new rulebook for finding love in our modern world.

The Trump Administration's Treatment Of Children At The Border And Today's Rulebook For Finding Love

Lessons From The Primaries And James Clapper On Intelligence In The Era Of "Alternative Facts"

Year of the woman? A Democratic wave? What the primaries tell us about the midterm elections. Then, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper on his belief that Russian interference changed the result of the 2016 election and why it'll happen again.

Lessons From The Primaries And James Clapper On Intelligence In The Era Of "Alternative Facts"

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