E.J. Dionne looks at the history of Republican politics since the 1960s and examines how the party's so-called "rightward move" is impacting government and the 2016 presidential race. He is interviewed by Fox News' Juan Williams
Former CIA Director Michael Hayden discusses his book "Playing to the Edge: American Intelligence in the Age of Terror", in which he gives an inside look at national security. He is interviewed by former CIA Director James Woolsey
Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) discusses his book "United," in which he calls for America to shift its vision to one of solidarity and community and recounts the people and personal experiences that shaped his vision. He is interviewed by Robert George.
Criminologist Barry Latzer tracks violent crime in America from the 1960's through the 21st century and examines the factors behind the surge and downturns in violent crime. He is interviewed by Samuel Bieler of the Urban Institute
Columnist Matt Lewis discusses his book "Too Dumb to Fail", in which he looks at the origin of the conservative movement and argues that the Republican Party needs to return to its intellectual roots. He is interviewed by S.E. Cupp
Professor Eddie Glaude discusses the state of black America and the way for America to move forward in his book, "Democracy in Black". He is interviewed by Marc Morial, President and CEO of the National Urban League
Former Senators Tom Daschle (D-SD) and Trent Lott (R-MS) talk about their book "Crisis Point", in which they discuss the current climate in Congress and offer recommendations for moving America forward
Fox News Correspondent James Rosen discusses his book, "Cheney One on One", about the life and political career of former Vice President Dick Cheney. He is interviewed by former White House Press Secretary Dana Perino
Goldwater Institute President Darcy Olsen discusses her book "The Right to Try", in which she looks at state legislation to expand access to investigational treatments for terminally ill patients. She speaks health reporter Kimberly Leonard
Former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove discusses his book, "The Triumph of William McKinley", in which he examines William McKinley's 1896 campaign. Mr. Rove is interviewed by Richard Brookhiser, senior editor for "National Review"
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Gilbert Gaul discusses his book "Billion-Dollar Ball", in which he examines the business culture of college football. He is interviewed by former Representative Tom McMillen (D-MD)
Historian Niall Ferguson discusses his book "Kissinger", in which he looks at the early life of Henry Kissinger. Mr. Ferguson is interviewed by Carla Anne Robbins, adjunct senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations
Former Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke, author of "The Courage to Act", talks about the 2008 financial crisis. He speaks with Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Ranking Member Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH)
Towson University Professor Martha Kumar discusses her book "Before the Oath", in which she looks at presidential transitions. Professor Kumar is interviewed by Mack McLarty, former White House Chief of Staff in the Clinton administration
MSNBC national correspondent Joy-Ann Reid discusses her book, "Fracture", about how racial issues have affected presidential campaigns. She also speaks about the role of race in 2016, and what voters should watch for in the 2016 election