A group of journalists analyze the major stories from the nation's capital.
Friday, April 28, 8 p.m. on Vermont PBS
Saturday, April 29, 1 a.m. on Vermont PBS
Sunday, April 30, 5 a.m. on Vermont PBS


  • Dramatic shifts in the Trump Doctrine
  • Do strikes in Syria mark change in Trump foreign policy?
  • DNC chair shakes up staff, Ivanka Trump's new job
  • Mike Flynn seeks immunity as Russia investigations continue
  • Democrats plan to filibuster Gorsuch
  • Health care reform indefinitely on hold
  • Two federal courts block new travel ban
  • Defiant Trump defends unsubstantiated claims of wiretapping
  • Massive cuts to HUD budget, Huntsman as Russian ambassador
  • Trump tries to sell wary Republicans on health care
  • Trump inaugural pastor helps undocumented immigrants
  • AG Sessions under fire amid new questions about Russia
  • Latino activists fight Trump's agenda
  • Is President Trump redefining the Republican Party?
  • FBI director briefs Intel Committee, VP Pence's role
  • President Trump defends administration from Russia concerns
  • Angry constituents pack Congressional town halls
  • Trump administration considers next steps for travel ban
  • Tillerson arrives at State, Conway's role in the White House
  • Donald Trump’s worldview & how the world views the president
  • Donald Trump's first week as president
  • Trump acts on Muslim ban and is set to name SCOTUS nominee
  • The Inauguration of President Donald Trump
  • First Trump nominees confirmed, Clinton attends inauguration


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