Coy Barefoot’s exclusive look at the events that took place the night Hannah Graham disappeared on Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall. His reporting is the result of numerous interviews with eyewitnesses to the events of that fateful evening— none of whom had spoken to reporters.
Veteran Charlottesville journalist Hawes Spencer joins Coy to discuss the latest in the search for Hannah Graham. This recording includes the live broadcast of the 5p press conference with Charlottesville Police Chief Tim Longo.
The Virginia GOP’s Shaun Kenney joins Coy to discuss the anniversary of 9-11, latest on Governor McAuliffe, the guilty verdicts in the Bob and Maureen McDonnell corruption trial, and Ed Gillespie’s run for the U.S. Senate.
Professor of Law and author Garrett Epps joins Coy to reflect on the guilty verdicts in the Bob and Maureen McDonnell corruption trial — and to discuss his most recent book, American Justice 2014: Nine Clashing Visions on the Supreme Court.
UVA Historian Aniko Bodroghkozy explores the iconography of images we saw in the media’s covarge of the protests in Ferguson, Missouri in the context of the abolitionist movement in the 19th century and the Civil Rights Movement in the 20th. We’ve been here before.
Slate Magazine’s Dahlia Lithwick reacts to the guilty verdicts in the Bob and Maureen McDonnell corruption trial. She also discusses the stunning case of two men who were imprisoned in North Carolina for three decades for crimes they did not commit.