Special guest Dr. Ruth Ben-Ghiat, NYU professor and author of "Strongman: Mussolini to the present" tells Soledad that the American democracy is still fragile.
Soledad discusses how news outlets need to make serious changes to their newsrooms and priorities with special guest Karen Attiah, The Washington Post's Global Opinions Editor.
Soledad invites special guest Representative Ritchie Torres (D-NY) onto Very Opinionated to discuss the idea of unity, when many Americans are openly hostile toward a multiracial democracy.
As the country prepares for Joe Biden's inauguration, Soledad looks at the long lasting effects that Trump's lies and actions will have on the U.S. Special guest is Andrea Bernstein, co-host of the WNYC-ProPublica "Trump, Inc." podcast.
Even as the Trump administration prepares to leave office, several Native American tribes are still suing Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to get Congressionally-earmarked CARES Act funding. Special guests are water and energy rights attorney Pilar Thomas and Shawnee Chief Ben Barnes.
As Americans prepare to file taxes, Soledad takes a look at how the gutting of the IRS has led to lower-income workers being audited more. Special guests are ProPublica reporter Paul Kiel and Mississippian upholsterer William Ayers.
Wednesday's pro-Trump mob attack on the Capitol was horrifying, but not a surprise. Soledad reflects on American racism and politics with special guest Pete Souza, former chief White House photographer to Presidents Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan.
The Senate is unlikely to follow up on the House's MORE Act, unless Democrats win in today's Georgia runoffs. Special guests are Last Prisoner Project Executive Director Sarah Gersten and recently-released inmate Richard DeLisi.
After a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year, Soledad sits down with two funny people who got us through 2020. Special guests are “Washington Post TikTok Guy” Dave Jorgenson and comedian Jenny Yang.
Soledad sits down with the Chicago-based activist and poet who inspired billionaire MacKenzie Scott’s recent $4.2 billion donations. Special guest is Alycia Kamil of GoodKids