Robert Samuels and I talk about what he found when he went to Granger, Indiana one year after a popular local restaurant owner was deported.
I talk with writer Neda Semnani about the challenges of reporting on how she and her family escaped Iran in 1982. No small task: she was a toddler at the time.
I talk with author Sarah Menkedick about her story “The Making of an Mexican-American Dream” and what it says about our nation in 2017
Pulitzer Prize winner Eli Saslow and I talk about his close, personal look at one woman’s struggle to overcome opioid addiction.
Sabine Heinlein and I talk about her deep dive into the world of conspiracy theorists looking for love.
Washington Post reporter John Woodrow Cox and I talk about how he witnessed one of the most challenging moments of a young girl’s life.
Amanda Petrusich and I talk about her story on what it means when generations of people live in places where they can’t see the stars.
I talk with GQ’s Sean Flynn about his story on Tamir Rice and how the legal process failed to hold anyone accountable for his death.
Jessica Contrera and I talk about her attempt to get inside the mind of a teenager in the digital era
Clive Thompson and I discuss how he approached his story about a video game with more than 100 million users