What are the limitations of a president's influence on the Justice Dept? Reporter Devlin Barrett offers the latest news, fact checker Glenn Kessler unpacks Uranium One, and a once dep. special counsel explains risks for politicizing the Justice Dept.

On the latest episode of "Posting Up," Adam Himmelsbach from the Boston Globe stops by to talk about the streaking Boston Celtics.

There's more to her book than that chapter on Bernie Sanders.

USA Today reporter talks about the Sacramento Kings, Philadelphia 76ers, Minnesota Timberwolves and Oklahoma City Thunder in the latest episode of “Posting Up."

On the latest episode of “Posting Up,” ESPN's Nick Friedell discusses why he's concerned about Minnesota's defense, the state of Chicago's rebuild and how far Giannis Antetokounmpo can carry the Bucks.

Understanding what that House tax bill does and doesn’t do.

The words "marriage" and "love" appear nowhere in the U.S. Constitution. Yet 50 years ago, the Supreme Court issued a decision that would embed those concepts in the heart of the document itself.

Reporter David Nakamura helps us answer: Can Trump keep us safe from terror attacks? We talk to an expert to learn how terrorist groups recruit. Plus, we examine how much power presidents have to influence counterterrorism policy.

"At least $45 billion" is needed. But where will the money come from?

What do developments in the Mueller investigation mean for Trump? Are indictments proof that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to sway the 2016 election? Reporter Matt Zapotosky answers these questions on a special, break-in episode.

On the latest episode of "Posting Up," Jason Lloyd talks about the current state of the Cleveland Cavaliers, as well as his book, "The Blueprint," about the team's turbulent past seven seasons.

Public criticism of the president from GOP senators seems unprecedented. But is it? Reporter Sean Sullivan weighs in on implications for the 2018 election. Plus, historian Laurence Jurdem on what FDR's past actions mean for Trump today.

On the latest episode of “Posting Up,” host Tim Bontemps speaks to Anthony Slater about the surprisingly eventful opening week of the season for the Golden State Warriors.

“There's enough blame for racism to go around.”

"There is so much feeling of racial injustice around the issue of punishment. And you have to understand that those feelings have a history -- and that history is Parchman Farm."