James Lovell Oral History Interview
[1999-05-25]
James Lovell Oral History Interview
Former NASA astronaut James Lovell talked about his life and career. He was a veteran of the Gemini and Apollo missions. In 1968 he was command module pilot on Apollo 8, the first NASA mission to




Apollo 8 - First Manned Lunar Orbit
[2018-12-16]
Apollo 8 - First Manned Lunar Orbit
On December 21, 1968, Apollo 8 launched mankind into the moons orbit for the first time. Robert Kurson joined us at the Apollo 8 capsule at Chicagos Museum of Science and Industry to take viewer




Discussion on Politics
[2019-01-31]
Discussion on Politics
Authors Maureen Dowd, Bret Stephens, Anne Applebaum, and Karl Rove, discussed foreign affairs at the Rancho Mirage Writers Festival in California.




After Words with Sebastian Gorka
[2019-01-15]
After Words with Sebastian Gorka
Former Trump administration strategist Sebastian Gorka offered his thoughts on how the U.S. can strengthen its national security. He was interviewed by Ambassador Paula Dobriansky, former




116th Congress Freshmen Profiles: Representatives Levin, Houlahan and Haaland
[2019-01-16]
116th Congress Freshmen Profiles: Representatives Levin, Houlahan and Haaland
C-SPAN spoke with three freshman members of the House in the 116th Congress: Representatives Andy Levin (D-MI), Chrissy Houlahan (D-PA), and Debra Haaland (D-NM). he 116th Congress is one




Don McGahn on Judicial Selection
[2019-01-26]
Don McGahn on Judicial Selection
Donald McGahn, former White House counsel who organized the Trump administrations judicial selection process until he resigned in the fall of 2018, addressed the Federalist Societys annual Western




Politics and Eggs Breakfast with Presidential Candidate John Delaney
[2019-02-12]
Politics and Eggs Breakfast with Presidential Candidate John Delaney
Former Representative John Delaney (D-MD), a 2020 presidential candidate, attended a “Politics and Eggs” breakfast in Bedford, New Hampshire.




On the Brink
[2019-02-05]
On the Brink
Van Jackson, who worked on U.S.-North Korea nuclear negotiations during the Obama administration, talked about the threat of nuclear war between the U.S. and North Korea today.




Profile of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
[2019-02-08]
Profile of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
C-SPAN profiled the political career of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), featuring video from the C-SPAN Video Library and analysis from journalists Carl Cannon and Susan Ferrechio, who have




Criminal Justice System
[2019-02-11]
Criminal Justice System
In this session the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, panelists tackled criminal justice reform. Valentino Dixon, who was wrongly convicted of murder and spent more than 20 years in jail,




Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper in New Hampshire
[2019-02-13]
Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper in New Hampshire
Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper (D) met with voters and spoke at a house party in Manchester, New Hampshire. The former governor, who is exploring a presidential run in 2020,




Role of the Press
[2019-02-19]
Role of the Press
The 70th Annual George Polk Award winners were announced by Long Island University at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. The awards for journalists included honors in more than a




Washington Journal 02/21/2019
[2019-02-21]
Washington Journal 02/21/2019





Open Phones, Part 1
[2019-02-21]
Open Phones, Part 1
Telephone lines and social media were open for viewer comments on the question “Does the U.S. need to expand family leave laws?”




Jack Riley on International Drug Trafficking and America's Opioid Crisis
[2019-02-21]
Jack Riley on International Drug Trafficking and America's Opioid Crisis
Author and former DEA agent Jack Riley detailed the inside story of his 30-year hunt for the drug kingpin El Chapo and the rise of modern international drug trafficking.




Michael Farren on Amazon HQ2 and Corporate Tax Breaks
[2019-02-21]
Michael Farren on Amazon HQ2 and Corporate Tax Breaks
George Mason Universitys Michael Farren discussed Amazons decision to pull its proposed HQ2 site out of New York City and the move by some states to re-examine financial incentives given




National Commission Holds Hearings on Mandatory Service Policy, Morning Session
[2019-02-21]
National Commission Holds Hearings on Mandatory Service Policy, Morning Session





Sec. Perdue with Canadian and Mexican Agriculture Officials
[2019-02-21]
Sec. Perdue with Canadian and Mexican Agriculture Officials
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue was joined by his Canadian and Mexican counterparts to discuss agricultural production and trade.




Diplomats & Government Officials Discuss U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement, Part 1
[2019-02-21]
Diplomats & Government Officials Discuss U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement, Part 1
Diplomats and government officials discussed the U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement at an event hosted by the Canadian American Business Council in Washington, DC. Speakers included former




U.S.-Austria Relations
[2019-02-20]
U.S.-Austria Relations
President Donald Trump and Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz spoke with reporters following a meeting in the White House Oval Office.