For thousands of women, living out West meant greater independence, and an opportunity to start anew. Historian and author Winifred Gallagher joins us to share how the women of the Old West paved the way for women across the U.S.
We rewind back to the Great Depression, which forced millions of Americans to get creative with the limited ingredients they could afford.
Ahead of the year’s biggest game, we discuss the state of the NFL following the serious injury suffered by Bills player Damar Hamlin.
New York is America’s largest metropolis with a population of more than eight million people. Longtime resident and New York Times journalist, Sam Roberts joins us this week to highlight the stories behind some of the remarkable people who made the Big Apple the innovative and bustling city it is today.
Many media are outlets shifting their formats to better compete with social media and Americans’ reduced attention spans. Co-founder of Axios Roy Schwartz joins us this week to talk about how everyone, and not just journalists, can use this stylistic change to improve both their writing and presenting.
More Americans are watching less baseball these days. What changed? We discuss some theories as to why the sport is seeing a downturn.
More Americans are turning to social media for their news instead of seeking out information from established news outlets. We discuss what’s driving this push and how it’s affecting information accuracy.
The U.S. is considered to have the world’s strongest military, yet many Americans are disconnected from this subsect of American culture. We speak with two experts about why this is and how the gap can be bridged between civilians and those who serve.
We speak with two experts about the growing early childcare gap in the U.S. and why bettering the sector starts with valuing these workers more.
We speak with Adam Chandler, journalist and author of Drive-Thru Dreams: A Journey Through the Heart of America’s Fast-Food Kingdom about the events that fed into the rapid rise of the fast-food industry and how different chains are fighting to stay present and on-trend in today’s competitive restaurant landscape.
Look a little closer and you’ll find many hidden gems throughout New York City. Tour guide and author Laurie Lewis joins Viewpoints to shed some light on the stories behind some of the city’s most famous buildings and parks.
From former President John F. Kennedy to past Kennedy’s that have served as senators, ambassadors and in other high ranking government positions, the name today still signifies power and prestige. However, go back just three generations from JFK and the Kennedy’s were poor, Irish refugees who had just arrived on the shores of America. This week – we discuss …