Love it or hate it, the government plays a huge role in our lives. Adam Conover explores its triumphs, failures and how we might be able to change it.
Adam examines the US government's helpful and harmful approaches to sickness and finds that incompetence and indifference are all too contagious.
How's the weather? The answer could mean life or death. Adam meets with those tasked with predicting the weather and handling its fallout.
From bank bailouts to stimulus checks: Adam digs into the ways in which the government keeps people in the black — or shortchanges them.
A disillusioned Adam visits Barack Obama to see if the man who made “hope and change” a thing can explain how to make an actual impact in government.
"Hey, Siri. Who created GPS, drones, Roomba and you?" "A military defense agency responsible for some amazing — and awful — advancements in tech."
Adam unpacks the origins of the USDA, the ways in which it keeps food safe, its challenges, and how it's directly responsible for stuffed-crust pizza.