Egyptian journalist Mohannad Sabry, on how management at Al Jazeera English recklessly endangered the freedom of their 3 now-imprisoned Cairo-based journalists.
Former US intelligence officer Dr. Eugene Rumer, on Ukraine, a state with a sad history, sadder-than-sad mis-governance and both a bounty of natural resources and a geographical position that make it of real strategic importance.
The Albuquerque Journal’s economics columnist Winthrop Quigley, talking about the bleak jobs picture and struggling economy of New Mexico.
NBC News correspondent Ayman Mohyeldin on covering the war in Gaza for social media and TV.
Investigative reporter Patrick Malone of The New Mexico on the errors, lies and other problems at Los Alamos Labs that helped close down the WIPP nuclear waste disposal site.
Eric Lipton of The New York Times on his Pulitzer Prize-winning story on the collaboration of Republican state Attorneys General with Big Energy, your introduction to OK AG Scott Pruitt, Donald Trump’s designee to run the EPA. See why I call him “Harold’s Hammster.”
Dave talks with Francisco Goldman of The New Yorker about the case of 43 missing Mexican students.
Ann Jones, author of They Were Soldiers talks about what happens to American troops after their lives have been saved on the battlefield.
Rome-based journalist Chris Livesay on the Islamic State’s recruitment campaign aimed at teenagers in Western Europe, and the Vienna public schools’ attempts to defeat it.
Reese Erlich, author of the recent book Inside Syria discusses the Civil War there and America’s efforts to fight the Islamic State.
Photojournalist Misha Friedman talks about real life on the Russian side of the line in Crimea and Eastern Ukraine.
ABQ Journal investigative reporter Mike Gallagher on attempt to reduce the inmate population at the Bernalillo County, NM, Jail.