Host Llewellyn King and Co-host Linda Gasparello discuss the findings of Transparency International’s annual perceived public sector corruption report with Gary Kalman, the group’s U.S. executive director.
Edward Achorn discusses his new book on Abraham Lincoln’s miraculous nomination at the 1860 Republican convention, which changed the course of history, with hosts Llewellyn King and Linda Gasparello.
Host Llewellyn King talks to Paula Glover, president of the Alliance to Save Energy, about energy efficiency’s role in the energy transition.
Hosts Llewellyn King and Linda Gasparello discuss a range of issues that have spilled over into 2023, including the Ukraine war, energy shortages, and surging mass migration.
Llewellyn King talks with Alex Taylor, Co-founder and CEO of Tremr, an un-Twitter platform for the exchange of news, views and ideas on the issues of the day.
Llewellyn King and Duane Highely, CEO of Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, Inc., discuss the winter electricity situation, and the road ahead for the energy transition.
As the White House looks at how electrification can help the nation meet its climate and equity goals, Llewellyn King and Ray Kowalik, Chairman and CEO of Burns & McDonnell, discuss the power generation future.
Host Llewellyn King talks to Robert Gardner, Principal at New World Technology Partners, who is one of the developers of supercomputers, about “emergent behavior” and how the internet has become a danger to itself.
Host Llewellyn King discusses the situation of the world’s rainforests with Kevin Conrad, director of the Coalition of Rainforest Nations, who is participating at the COP27 conference.
Host Llewellyn King and Frank Larkin, COO of the Troops First Foundation discuss what is causing the rise in military veteran suicides and the National Warrior Call Day on Nov. 13, an initiative to get veterans connected and steering them to services — and to hope.