The weapons of war and terrorism are on the cusp of a revolution that will change the battlefield and the world in ways that we're just coming to understand. That future is just around the corner, when traditional weaponry, and new weapons like vehicles and drones, are combined with AI and advanced algorithms. Paul Scharre is a Pentagon defense expert and former U.S. Army Ranger who specializes in policy on unmanned/autonomous systems and emerging weapons technologies. He is currently a Senior Fellow at the Center for a New American Security.
Seemingly daily, we skip over headlines warning about the threat of cyber attacks -- but America seems to be experiencing hack-fatigue. We don't get it. Or we don't take it seriously.
Well, Molly McKew is always keen to dash a cold dose of reality on complacent Americans who don't understand the strategic realities of the modern weaponized information warfare playbook. Russia has the edge in this battle, but the US must come to grips with it. Tune in, settle back, and listen deeply to another can't-miss episode with the fantastic Molly McKew.
It's not often that an innocent prisoner becomes friends with the crooked cop who framed him, but that's the true story of Jameel McGee and Andrew Collins. Jameel and Andrew sit down with Dave and Colleen to share their incredible tale of how justice is so often unavailable to people of color in America -- and how reconciliation and reform is possible.
Mandy Manning, Washington's 2018 Teacher of the Year, discusses what it takes form a relationship with students and their parents, what the DACA program means for the kids she teaches, and whether the state can figure out its education funding problems
Ken Follett's latest epic novel takes us back to 1558, and the spy games and religious divides of Elizabethan England. A Column of Fire is out September 12th, 2017
In 2006, a heist at a Tacoma bank led to the arrest of three U.S. Army Rangers. Ben Blum, the cousin of getaway driver Alex Blum, set out to discover what led them to that point. His book is Ranger Games: A Story of Soldiers, Family, and an Inexplicable Crime