Bob Roberts

What’s the most important thing Americans should understand about Donald Trump’s successful bid for the U.S. Presidency?

Kenney, Sincere, Jackson

The Monday Roundtable with Shaun Kenney, Rick Sincere and Jackson Landers.

Tom Stalcup

It’s been 20 years since TWA Flight 800 suddenly exploded over the shores of Long Island, killing all 230 people on board. The government insists there was a mechanical failure. But hundreds of eye witnesses, researchers and whistle-blowers say there has been a massive coverup. What’s the latest?

Trevor Aaronson

Fact: the FBI is responsible for more terrorism plots in the United States than al-Qaeda, al-Shabaab and ISIS combined.

Greg Nojeim Sep17

Greg Nojeim

The government wants to make it even easier for corporations to share private information about you.

Claire Gastanaga

Claire Gastanaga of the ACLU joins Coy to discuss the proposed use of body cameras by Albemarle County Police; the continued coverup by the Governor’s office of what really happened on the UVA Corner in March when ABC Agents arrested UVA student Martese Johnson; and the latest on the public’s efforts to bring more transparency to the Fairfax County Police.

Lawrence Rosenthal Sep01

Lawrence Rosenthal

Larry Rosenthal joins Coy to explore the on-going national debate over guns and gun control.

Jeff Fogel Aug31

Jeff Fogel

Charlottesville attorney Jeff Fogle joins Coy to discuss his efforts to get the Charlottesville Police Department to release its records on the use of stop-and-frisk detentions in the City.

James Kilgore

America has 5% of the world’s population— yet 25% of the world’s prison population.

Claire Gastanaga

Latest on the fight to preserve civil liberties in America with Claire Gastanta, Executive Director of the ACLU of Virginia.

Jonathan Coleman

Best-selling author Jonathan Coleman joins Coy for a moving, candid reflection on the passing of his friend and colleague, civil and human rights activist Julian Bond.

Tom Jackman

Washington Post reporter Tom Jackman has the latest on the breaking news that a Grand Jury in Fairfax has indicted a former police officer for second-degree murder of John Geer.

Claire Gastanaga

What is “constitutional policing” and how is that a solution to the serious challenges facing law enforcement in America today?

Chris Hedges

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges joins Coy to discuss his new book Wages of Rebellion.

Brian Balogh

University of Virginia Professor of History Brian Balogh, co-host of Public Radio’s Backstory program heard around the country, joins Coy to explore the national conversation about the display of the Confederate flag, balancing civil liberties, and his new book.

Denise Lunsford

An exclusive conversation with Commonwealth’s Attorney Denise Lunsford: the latest on the trials of Jesse Matthew.

Governor McAuliffe

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe joins Coy to discuss a host of news items now in the headlines.

Dr. Jeff Fracher

What happened in Baltimore?

David Perry

Latest on the school-to-prison pipeline in America and the “Cult of Compliance.”

Claire Gastanaga

Latest on the effort to preserve and strengthen civil liberties in Virginia.