Amid A Flood Of Sex Abuse Lawsuits, Boy Scouts of America Files For Bankruptcy
Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy after years of declining enrollment and mounting allegations of widespread sexual abuse. Is this the death knell for the organization? Cara Kelly, Marci Hamilton, Alvin Townley and Col. Randy Rizor join Robert Siegel.
As FBI Tackles Chinese Espionage, Some Fear A New Red Scare
Chinese espionage is a real problem for this country. But is the FBI overreacting to Chinese theft of intellectual property, and creating a new red scare? Peter Waldman, Larry Diamond and Xi Xiaoxing join Robert Siegel.
Walter Shaub Wants You To Fight For An Ethical Democracy
For decades, Walter Shaub advised presidential candidates about transparency, ethics and how to avoid conflicts of interest. We talk to Shaub about the future of ethics in government. Walter Shaub joins Robert Siegel.
Indie Bookstores, Once On The Verge Of Disappearing, Are Making A Comeback
Independent bookstores aren’t just back, they’re thriving. As other small retailers struggle to compete with big box stores and online shoppers, how do indie booksellers continue to attract and maintain a loyal base of customers? Ryan Raffaelli and Jamie Fiocco join Robert Siegel.
Week Ahead: Nevada Caucus, State Of The Democratic Party, Legacy Of Impeachment
Looking to the week ahead in news. The Nevada caucus is next as Democrats fight for the soul of their party. Plus, the latest from Washington and the legacy of impeachment. Jon Ralston, Astead Herndon, Jack Beatty and Abby Livingston join Robert Siegel.