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Ronald Rosbottom: "When Paris Went Dark"

Ronald Rosbottom: "When Paris Went Dark"

August 6, 2014

“When Paris Went Dark” explores daily interaction between Parisians and Germans and looks at the kind of questions the occupation raised for the French about why they didn’t do more to prevent it.

Debate Over Corporate Tax 'Inversions'

Debate Over Corporate Tax 'Inversions'

August 4, 2014

A growing number of American companies are re-incorporating overseas for lower tax rates. But critics say it’s a loophole that ends up costing taxpayers. Join us for debate over IRS rules for U.S. companies.

The Latest On The Crisis In Gaza

The Latest On The Crisis In Gaza

August 4, 2014

Israel today announced a seven-hour “humanitarian window” in Gaza. But Palestinian officials accused Israel of breaking the truce with a strike on a refugee camp in Gaza City. Diane and her guests discuss the latest on the Israeli-Palestinian crisis, international reaction and how this latest round of violence is different from its predecessors.

Friday News Roundup - International

Friday News Roundup - International

August 1, 2014

A cease-fire between Israel and Hamas collapses. The U.S. and E.U. impose tougher sanctions on Russia over Ukraine. And Argentina slips into debt default. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.

Understanding the Deadly Ebola Virus

Understanding the Deadly Ebola Virus

July 31, 2014

Since March the Ebola virus has killed nearly 700 people in four African countries, the worst outbreak in history. We talk about understanding the nature of the virus and the fight to stop its spread.

Peter van Agtmael: "Disco Night Sept 11"

Peter van Agtmael: "Disco Night Sept 11"

July 30, 2014

War photographer Peter van Agtmael chronicles U.S. involvement in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan in a new book.

New Efforts To Address The Child Migrant Crisis

New Efforts To Address The Child Migrant Crisis

July 28, 2014

An update on efforts to address the child migrant crisis, from competing plans from the Senate Democrats and House Republicans to the latest proposals from the White House.

Friday News Roundup - International

Friday News Roundup - International

July 25, 2014

A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories: Secretary John Kerry works to broker a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas. Pro-Russian separatists shoot down two Ukrainian military jets. And President Barack Obama meets with Central American presidents on child migrants.

Readers' Review: "Americanah" by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Readers' Review: "Americanah" by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

July 23, 2014

For our next Readers' Review: A novel about a beautiful and smart Nigerian woman who leaves military-ruled Nigeria and heads for America. For the first time, she must grapple with what it means to be black. Diane Rehm and a panel of guests discuss the award-winning novel "Americanah" by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.

Conflicting Court Decisions On Federal Subsidies For Health Insurance

Conflicting Court Decisions On Federal Subsidies For Health Insurance

July 23, 2014

Two U.S appeals courts issue conflicting rulings on whether millions who buy health insurance on federally-run health exchanges can get subsidies. Please join us to discuss what the decisions mean for consumers and President Barack Obama's signature health care law.

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