Bestselling author Vicky Ward takes us inside the ambitious and corrupt worlds of New York high society & family real estate empires as revealed in her new book “Kushner, Inc.”
Will Kaufmann’s optimistic “whiteshift” scenario ever happen? The current political brouhaha is discouraging, but our history provides grounds for cautious optimism.
President Trump’s 2020 budget includes a proposal to cover paid family leave through unemployment insurance. But is this a practical course of action?
Review of ‘How to Raise a Boy’ by Michael Reichert
Just because a higher percentage of black families are investigated does not mean that child protective services is systemically racist.
Why do we emphasize female success as measured in time spent at the office vs. our own quality time? Danielle & Christina discuss this and much more in the Season 3 finale.
Knowing which can solve your problems — and the world’s. Author Michele Gelfand joins Danielle and guest co-splainer Meghan Cox Gurdon to discuss her new book “Rule Makers, Rule Breakers: How Tight and Loose Cultures Wire Our World,” over a cosmo (or three).
Christina regales Danielle with tales of her travel Down Under debating Roxane Gay; meanwhile, Danielle eats ant larvae in Mexico City. It was quite a spring break!
The electoral college is a device that balances nationalism with states’ rights and leavens democracy’s passions with deliberation and reason.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to force change on New York’s specialized high schools by cutting down the number of Asians enrolling at these schools is patently illegal.