This weekend, Valerie Plame reflects on the state of Iraq today, Edward Snowden's revelations, and her new novel. Filmmaker James Keach and Glen Campbell's wife Kim Campbell discuss Glen's battle with Alzhemier's and the new film "Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me." Actor Harry Shearer weighs in on his new web series, "Nixon's the One"—Shearer transforms into President Nixon, reenacting bizarre moments from the president's White House tapes. We also look at Takeaway Washington Correspondent Todd Zwillich's up coming midterm elections tour through the south.
Hussein Rashid, a professor of religion at Hofstra University, argues that extremist groups like ISIS inherently appeals to those with mental illness because of their perceived lack of control in their own lives.
MoMA recently discovered and restored the earliest surviving feature-length film with a black cast, from 1913. Jacqueline Stewart, a professor of cinema & media studies at the University of Chicago, weighs in.
Every Friday, Sean Rameswaram, host of the Sideshow podcast, rounds up the week in internet phenomena. This week in "Thanks, Internet," Sean talks about the online treasures you may have missed.
The Takeaway explores New York City's response to the Ebola virus, a new exhibit that reveals a lost chapter of black history, and a new web series about President Nixon.