It might surprise you to know that hundreds of women have run for president. One of our guests introduces three prominent females who made progress in running for the White House.
We talk to a nutritionist and a chef about strategies and foods that parents can use to help their kids make better choices at mealtime and in between.
We explore the politics and the psychology of high-conflict candidates.
A lot of history and tradition can go into naming a child and our guest has researched how we pick names and why they are important.
New York Times reporter Dan Barry discusses his latest book about a tragic situation in 1974 where mentally challenged men were pressed into servitude.
A Holocaust survivor discusses the need for young people to learn about the Holocaust and the reasons why it happened.
Two gun specialists talk about the history of guns in the U.S. and give suggestions on how to strengthen gun laws to promote safety and still guarantee American gun owners’ rights.
We talk to a philanthropy specialist about how to give wisely and make sure your money is used in the way you intend.