1 in 5 American health care workers have left the profession since the pandemic hit.
The pandemic has pushed what was already a tough situation into crisis mode. And as psychiatrist Wendy Dean sees it, this is more than just burnout. What's driving the pandemic's health care exodus? Cassandra Alexander, Wendy Dean and Elaine Batchlor join Meghna Chakrabarti.
In 'Last Best Hope,' George Packer asks if America can unite again
Journalist George Packer says our country is divided into four factions “pitting tribe against tribe.”
He’s reported on political divides around the world. Does he think America can be united once again? In this rebroadcast, George Packer and Jack Beatty join Meghna Chakrabarti.
The science behind good listening and why it matters
People. Don’t. Listen. “There’s so much in our society that is encouraging us not to listen," Kate Murphy says.
What is good listening and can it make a difference? In this rebroadcast, Kate Murphy and John Wood, Jr. join Meghna Chakrabarti.
What it will take to build world-class infrastructure in the U.S.
President Biden made a big claim when he signed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act into law. We check that claim, and the reality of how far the U.S. has to go for truly world class infrastructure. Nancy Qian and Kevin DeGood join Meghna Chakrabarti.
States and cities decide where the infrastructure money goes. Here are some of their plans
With the $1 trillion infrastructure act signed into law, state and local officials must now determine how most of that money will be spent. We talk with some of those with the power to make or break the infrastructure law.
Gov. Janet Mills, Mayor Acquanetta Warren and Derek Green join Meghna Chakrabarti.