Episodes
Plus, Jan. 6th suspects will take months and years to process through the courts. Scott MacFarlane explains.
Published 06/09/21
Meet the Press Reports: Athletes have long been involved in activism, but today's protests are different.
Published 06/08/21
After another week of cyberattacks, Chuck talks with Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.), Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) and Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm. Plus, Carrie Dann looks at the push underway by Republican state houses to limit access to voting.
Published 06/06/21
New Mexico's special election signals an environment that favors Democrats ahead of 2022, while Biden fights a cybersecurity war ahead of his summit with Putin. NBC's Shannon Pettypiece and Ben Kamisar join. And later, Washington Post Sports Columnist Jerry Brewer weighs in on Naomi Osaka and the sometimes "toxic environment" between sports players and the press.
Published 06/02/21
Barbara Comstock and Rep. Jason Crow (D-Colo.) discuss the failure to form a bipartisan Jan. 6 commission. Matthew Pottinger and Dr. Peter Hotez explain why the Covid-19 lab leak theory is gaining legitimacy from the Biden administration. Carrie Dann looks at latest polling which shows that a rising number of Americans believe in QAnon.
Published 05/30/21
Jacqueline Alemany, author of the Washington Post’s PowerUp newsletter and Edward-Isaac Dovere, staff writer at the Atlantic and author of the new book, “Battle for the Soul” join the ToddCast. Jeff Shesol, author of “Mercury Rising” discusses one presidential campaign that never got off the launchpad.
Published 05/26/21
Author and filmmaker Sebastian Junger talks to Chuck Todd about his new book and about the future of the military.
Published 05/19/21
The most educated generation in history is without a political home. As millennials become middle-aged, their rising political power could signal a shift in the American political landscape.
Published 05/18/21
Dr. Rochelle Walensky explains why the CDC’s masking guidance changed. Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) and Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) discuss what Liz Cheney’s ousting from GOP leadership means for the future of the Republican Party. Carrie Dann looks at the polling on social media.
Published 05/16/21
Washington Post congressional reporter Paul Kane, and Sahil Kapur, National Political Reporter for NBC News discuss Rep. Liz Cheney’s purge from House GOP leadership. Neil Howe talks about how millennials will change politics.
Published 05/12/21
A deep-dive into the influx of migrants at the U.S./Mexico border and how Washington’s failure to tackle immigration reform leaves mixed status families and new arrivals seeking asylum in a precarious position.
Published 05/11/21
Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) and Gov. Larry Hogan (R-Md.) discuss the potential ousting of Liz Cheney from Republican leadership. Dr. Anthony Fauci explains what the state of vaccinations means for the return to normalcy. Carrie Dann learns a new language.
Published 05/09/21
Ruth Marcus, deputy editorial page editor for the Washington Post, and Lachlan Markay, politics reporter at Axios join Chuck. Plus, former GOP congressman Reid Ribble discusses the GOP’s changes on immigration.
Published 05/05/21
A deep-dive into the influx of migrants at the U.S./Mexico border and how Washington’s failure to tackle immigration reform leaves mixed status families and new arrivals seeking asylum in a precarious position.
Published 05/04/21
Chuck talks about his exclusive interviews with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and senators Rob Portman (R-Ohio) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.). Carrie Dann looks at the new numbers inside the 2020 census.
Published 05/02/21
Meet the Press Reports: Water is a vital and precious resource. How do we keep it secure and make sure all Americans have access to clean and usable water?
Published 04/27/21
Chuck Todd talks about the top moments from Sunday's "Meet the Press" including a discussion about police reform. Carrie Dann reports on the latest polling from parents with school-age children.
Published 04/25/21
Co-founder of Punchbowl News, John Bresnahan and NBC News Capitol Hill producer and reporter, Alex Moe. Plus Bettina Boxall, staff writer at the LA Times covering water and the environment.
Published 04/21/21
Meet the Press Reports: As the U.S. pours money into cyber offense, private companies are mostly left to defend themselves.
Published 04/20/21
Chuck Todd sits down for an extended interview with former Speaker of the House, John Boehner. Carrie Dann reports on big moves in polling for transgender rights.
Published 04/18/21
Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) talks to Chuck about her vote against the use of force, twenty years after 9/11. Reporter Nicole Perlroth discusses the risks of a cyber attack.
Published 04/14/21
How violent domestic extremism has infected our politics, and how the Jan. 6th attack was only one instance in its long history and potentially violent future.
Published 04/13/21
How violent domestic extremism has infected our politics, and how the Jan. 6th attack was only one instance in its long history and potentially violent future.
Published 04/13/21
Chuck recaps his exclusive interview with Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R). Carrie Dann’s Number of the Week looks at the gap between people who identify as Republicans and those who identify as Democrats.
Published 04/11/21