Based on hundreds of interviews with the people who lived the story, Game Change is a reportorial tour de force that reads like a fast-paced novel. Character driven and dialogue rich, replete with extravagantly detailed scenes, this is the occasion-ally shocking, often hilarious, ultimately definitive account of the campaign of a lifetime.
"Best Audiobook of 2010!"
Drawing on hundreds of interviews with the people who lived the story, Heilemann and Halperin deliver another reportorial tour de force that reads like a fast-paced novel. Character driven and dialogue rich, replete with extravagantly detailed scenes, Double Down offers a panoramic account of a campaign at once intensely hard fought and lastingly consequential. For Obama, the victory he achieved meant even more to him than the one he had pulled off four years earlier.
"About HALF as good as Game Change"
In The Way to Win, two of the country's most accomplished political reporters explain what separates the victors from the victims in the unforgiving environment of modern presidential campaigns.
"Witty and Windy"
Tonight on the program, live coverage of the first Presidential debate. Charlie is joined by Mark Halperin; John Heilemann; Maureen Dowd; Jeff Greenfield; Mike Allen; Katty Kay; and Frank Luntz.
Tonight on the program, a discussion about the New York Times report on Donald Trump's 1995 income tax return. Charlie is joined by Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, hosts of Bloomberg's "With All Due Respect."
We continue looking at the election with David Barstow of The New York Times and Susanne Craig of The New York Times.
Tonight on the program, live analysis of the third and final presidential debate. Charlie is joined by Al Hunt, John Dickerson, Kathleen Parker, Steve McMahon, Dan Senor, Jeff Greenfield, Katty Kay, Mark Halperin and John Heilemann.
Tonight on the program, a political update with Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, hosts of With All Due Respect.
Next, a preview of Apple's media event with Henry Blodget, editor in chief of Business Insider; Steven Levy, editor in chief of Backchannel; Nicholas Thompson, editor of NewYorker.com; and Geoffrey Fowler, personal technology columnist at the Wall Street Journal.
We conclude with a discussion about possible Russian attempts to break into electronic voting systems with Dana Priest of The Washington Post
Tonight on the program, we look at the latest developments in the fight against the Zika virus. Charlie is joined by Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases.
We continue with a political update with Mark Halperin, co-managing editor of Bloomberg Politics and co-host of With All Due Respect.
Next, Javier Muñoz discusses replacing Lin-Manuel Miranda in the role of Alexander Hamilton in the Tony-nominated musical Hamilton.
We conclude with a look at the film War Dogs with director Todd Phillips and actor Jonah Hill.
Tonight on the program, an update on the presidential election with Karen Tumulty of The Washington Post and Mark Halperin of Bloomberg Politics.
Next, we look at the crisis in Aleppo with Clarissa Ward, foreign correspondent for CNN.
We conclude with the film "Florence Foster Jenkins." Charlie is joined by director Stephen Frears and actors Meryl Streep, Hugh Grant and Simon Helberg.
Tonight on the program, a conversation about Hillary Clinton's speech today denouncing Donald Trump. We are joined by Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, the managing editors of Bloomberg Politics.
Next, a discussion about the ongoing battle for Fallujah. Charlie is joined by David Petraeus, retired four-star general and the former director of the C.I.A..
We conclude with mountaineers Adrian Ballinger and Cory Richards, who recently attempted climbing Mount Everest without supplemental oxygen, while documenting the trip in real-time on social media.