Former New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman and States United Executive Director Joanna Lydgate join the show to discuss the threat of increasingly partisan election audits and the path to revitalizing American democracy.
Executive Director of the National Black Justice Coalition David Johns joins Andrew to discuss the recent verdict in the lynching of Ahmaud Arbery and the fall out from U.S. Congresswoman Lauren Boebart’s racist remarks towards Congresswoman Ilhan Omar.
Writer and political commentator Chuck Hobbs joins Andrew on the show to discuss the fallout from the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, the racial divide that the verdict has highlighted, and the future of “self-defense” in America.
R. Jai is back on the show for another edition of Bring it Home. On today’s episode, Andrew and R. Jai discuss Thanksgiving and what they plan to do with their family as we enter the holiday season.
Radio host of the nationally-syndicated "The Breakfast Club" and author of "Shook One," Charlamagne Tha God joins Andrew to talk about his career, today’s political scene, and mental health issues among Black men.
Dr. Ibukun Kalu of Duke University’s Medical Center joins the show to talk about the recent decision by the FDA to approve COVID vaccines for children and the threat of misinformation in curbing the pandemic.
Cici Battle joins Andrew to weigh in on the recent progressive versus moderate debate in the Democratic party following last week’s elections, as well as the weekend passing of the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill.
Comedian and The Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood Jr. joins Andrew on the show to discuss his comedy career and share his thoughts on Tuesday’s elections.
On today’s episode, Andrew runs through the recent headlines of the week. Topics include the newly negotiated $1.5 trillion social spending plan, President Biden’s trip to the G20 summit, the Virginia Governor’s race, and the recent controversy around Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ nominee for Surgeon General.
On today’s episode, Andrew and R. Jai discuss the trials of “School Picture Day” and share their thoughts on Halloween and how they spent the holiday as children.