The parents of Trayvon Martin, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, discuss their son's life and death and their experience with the judicial system. They are interviewed by Wesley Lowery, author of "They Can't Kill Us All"
Melissa Fleming, chief spokesperson for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees tells the story of a young Syrian woman's journey from Syria to Europe. She is interviewed by Dr. Michel Gabaudan
Radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt discusses his blueprint for how the Republican Party can move forward successfully as the majority party. Mr. Hewitt is interviewed by "New York Daily News" columnist. S.E. Cupp
Fox News Channel chief political anchor Bret Baier looks at the exchange of power from President Eisenhower to President Kennedy. He is interviewed by Susan Eisenhower, president of the Eisenhower Group
Journalist Sophie Pinkham discusses Ukraine's history and life today in the country amidst ongoing conflict. She is interviewed by Alexander Cooley, Director of the Harriman Institute at Columbia University
Jason Brennan argues that democratic political systems fail to provide the best outcomes and calls for a form of government run by the most knowledgeable. He is interviewed David Boaz of the Cato Institute
Professor Eugene Soltes talks about the motivations behind white collar crime. He is interviewed by Robert Khuzami, former director of the Division of Enforcement for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Economist George Borjas examines the impact of immigration on the U.S. economy throughout history. He is interviewed by Edward Alden, senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and author of "The Closing of the American Border"
Columbia Law School professor Tim Wu discusses his book, "The Attention Merchants", in which he examines the history of advertising and how today's marketers are vying for attention over a variety of mediums from billboards to social media
Former diplomat Mary Thompson-Jones gives an inside view of the day to day work of U.S. diplomats. She is interviewed by Paula Dobriansky, former Undersecretary for Democracy and Global Affairs during the Bush administration
Representative Dave Brat (R-VA) recalls his Republican primary victory over former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) and explains his political philosophy. He is interviewed by former RNC chairman Ed Gillespie
"New York Times" president and CEO Mark Thompson argues that the shift towards condensed and immediate language is fueling a climate of mistrust and skepticism among citizens. He is interviewed by Arianna Huffington
Alberto Gonzales discusses his life and time as Attorney General and White House Counsel during the George W. Bush administration. He is interviewed by Brent Kendall, Legal Affairs reporter at the "Wall Street Journal"
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