Thursday, June 30
A House Select Committee on Benghazi issued its final report on Tuesday, finding no new evidence of wrongdoing by presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in the 2012 attacks in Libya that left four Americans dead. The massive 800-page report includes new details about the events that transpired the night of the attacks. It also criticizes government agencies for not sufficiently grasping the security risks in Benghazi. The report is the result of one of the longest and costliest congressional investigations ever. We’ll break down the new Benghazi report with BEN BRODY, who writes for Bloomberg Politics. And we’ll examine how the report may impact Hillary Clinton politically, with PHILIP BUMP, who writes about politics for The Washington Post’s politics blog, The Fix.
Guests: Adam Alter and Pamela Satran
Yesterday’s deadly terror attack at the Ataturk airport in Istanbul, Turkey has claimed the lives of at least 41 people and injured over 147 people, according to the latest reports. We’ll check in with BRIAN KATULIS, senior fellow for national security at the Center for American Progress, about the attack and what it means for Turkey’s security, future attacks in the region, and the role ISIS may have played in the attack.
Emma and Olivia, Liam and Noah. Those were the most popular baby names from 2015. But some people prefer more unusual monikers, like trend-setting celebrities, who are opting for the names Boomer, Heiress, Ode, Talon and Story. Parents spend hours racking their brains to come up with the perfect name for their newborn – some even hire a consultant. So what does a baby’s name say about our aspirations for ourselves and for our child? And can a name really influence a kid’s personality or their future success? That’s our conversation today on Radio Times. Marty’s guests are ADAM ALTER, associate professor of marketing and psychology at New York University, and PAMELA REDMOND SATRAN, co-creator of the website Nameberry and the co-author of over 10 baby naming books.