Conversations as diverse as America, original reporting from across the globe, award-winning stories, and context on how politics and power shape our world.
Matter of Fact with Soledad O'Brien; February 28th, 2021
An 80-year-old grandmother's best gift- spending her birthday with her family after getting the COVID-19 vaccine, West Virginia's COVID-19 czar explains how his state achieved one of the highest vaccination rates, a look at the future of the workforce, and inside the traditions of Gullah culture.
Matter of Fact with Soledad O'Brien; February 21st, 2021
A retired mother sets her sights on the Tokyo Olympics, confronting a history of hate against Asian Americans, a plan to "block the vote" could backfire against the GOP, and how the "Energy Capital" of the world lost power, for days
Matter of Fact with Soledad O'Brien - February 14th 2021
New York Times best-selling author Roxane Gay. Plus, when home is where the hate is, how will America confront its biggest threat from within: right-wing extremism? A deported mother hasn't seen her children since 2017.
Matter of Fact with Soledad O'Brien; February 7th, 2021
Should moms get a monthly stimulus check? The incredible connection between the Super Bowl and the Iranian Hostage Crisis, why Black and Latino communities aren't getting enough vaccines, and the woman who ended up alone on an island just to watch movies.
Matter of Fact with Soledad O'Brien; January 31st, 2021
What happens when 10 million people can't pay their rent? Did Trump change American journalism forever? How a farm empowered workers with disabilities to grow a new business model. And how you can get a private viewing of the Vatican's museums.
Matter of Fact with Soledad O'Brien; January 24th, 2021
Where does the Republican party go without Trump, how Vice President Kamala Harris will reshape American politics, the next step for 70,000 migrants seeking asylum at the Mexican border, and the sky-high price tag of changing flights for the president.
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