Uber Report: Nearly 6,000 Cases Of Sexual Assault Over 2 Years
Uber’s own safety report reveals nearly 6,000 cases of sexual assault in two years. We look at the gig economy’s sexual assault problem and how to fix it. Lauren Kaori Gurley, Cindy Southworth and Alexandrea Ravenelle join Meghna Chakrabarti.
The Growth (And New Contexts) Of LGBTQ Ball Culture
Underground LGBTQ ballroom competitions started in the 1970s as a safe haven for black and brown young people. We look at how the culture has grown. Marlon Bailey, Rashaad Newsome and Sydney Baloue join Meghna Chakrabarti.
Democrats Push Ahead With Articles Of Impeachment
House Democrats unveil articles of impeachment Tuesday morning. We break it all down with a top reporter and legal scholars. Toluse Olorunnipa, Claire Finkelstein and David Schultz join Meghna Chakrabarti.
Health Care In Rural America; Coal Miners Follow-Up
The impossible cost of health care in Appalachia: $40,000 for a single ambulance ride. We take a look at the cost of health care consolidation in rural America. Mason Adams, Tony Keck and Thomas Ricketts join Meghna Chakrabarti. Plus, we follow up on the story of the Kentucky coal miners who set up a railroad blockade after not being paid. Sydney Boles joins.
Pensacola, U.K. Election, North Korea, More; WaPo Report On Afghanistan
A roundtable of top reporters look ahead to a busy week in news. Jennifer Williams, Matthew Karnitschnig and Charlie D'Agata join Meghna Chakrabarti. Plus, a Washington Post report from Craig Whitlock details "a secret history" of the war in Afghanistan.