Public Housing Can Perpetuate Racial Segregation, Report Finds
A study conducted as part of a lawsuit in the City of New York found part of its affordable housing policy might deepen segregation. Policy advocates say that it can also prevent displacement. J. David Gooman, Vicki Been, Ed Goetz and Christie McCravy join Meghna Chakrabarti.
And Now Your 7-Day Forecast: What It Takes To Predict The Weather
What does it take to predict tomorrow’s weather today? We take a look at the fascinating story behind the history and science of the weather forecast. Andrew Blum and Bri Eggers join Meghna Chakrabarti.
To Beef, Or Not To Beef? The Rise Of Meatless Burgers
Meat-free burgers are sweeping the nation. Are they healthier or better for the planet? We ask. Michael Grunwald, Kelsey Mangano and Will Schafer join Meghna Chakrabarti.
How Health Care Is Shaping American Politics
High deductibles and medical bills are feeding resentment and political alienation of the middle class, reports the Los Angeles Times. We unpack. Noam Levey and Elana Schor join Meghna Chakrabarti.
Race And Racism In Washington: Trump Tweets, Democrats' Infighting And More
From President Trump’s "go back" tweets to the dispute between the "squad" and House Speaker Pelosi. We take a look at race and racism in Washington. Rep. William Lacy Clay, Peniel Joseph, Rochelle Riley and E.J. Dionne join Meghna Chakrabarti.