The Takeout: An original CBS News political podcast

The Supreme Court will be weighing in on America's future abortion rights over the next few weeks.

The Takeout: An original CBS News political podcast

The Supreme Court will be weighing in on America's future abortion rights over the next few weeks. Politico published a draft opinion in May that showed the court's conservative majority looking to repeal the Roe opinion's protections and hand over abortion rights to the states. Major is joined by Jan Crawford, CBS News Legal Correspondent, to discuss the details of the opinion and why it may not be the Court’s final word.

Major Garrett, CBS News' Washington correspondent, hosts "The Takeout", a weekly podcast on politics, policy, and pop culture. Listeners will find context and analysis of this week's political news in casual formats that allow for extended conversation with newsmakers. Each episode is recorded while having a meal at Washington, D.C.'s restaurant.

The Takeout airs on CBSN every Friday night at 9 pm ET/PT. The Takeout can also be seen on CBS News Radio affiliates (check your local listings), and on Sirius XM’s P.O.T.U.S. Channel 124, Saturdays at 9 AM. ET, Sundays at 12:01 p.m. ET. Paramount+ also has "The Takeout". Follow @takeoutPodcast on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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Producers: Arden Fiarhi, Jamie Benson and Sara Cook.

Episode 248 (May 27, 2008): Doctor makes a house call: Anthony Fauci

Episode 247 (May 20, 2012): Key Issues Before the Midterms: Senator Kevin Cramer, R-ND

Episode 246 (May 13, 2013): Finding Austin: Marc Tice and Debra Tice, Parents of a Missing Journalist in Syria

Episode 245 (May 6th): William Taylor explains Ukraine. Former US Ambassador to Kiev deconstructs the Russian invasion

Episode 273 (Apr 29),: Humor me: Former Senator Al Franken and Comedian

Episode 272 (Apr. 22): Doug Jones discusses the bleak prospects facing Democrats in the midterms

Episode 271 (April 15) Supporting Ukraine: Poland’s Ambassador to U.S. Marek Magierowski

Episode 270 (Apr 8), David Miliband, International Rescue Committee president, and CEO on Ukraine's humanitarian crisis

Episode 269 (April 1): The January 6 Investigation by CBS News Correspondents Robert Costa & Scott MacFarlane

Episode 268 (Mar 25, 2017): The Russian Cyber Threat: Senator Mark Warner

Episode 267 (Mar 18, 2018): H.R. McMaster discusses the U.S. response to the Ukraine crisis

Episode 266 (Mar 11, 2011): Debating Aid for Ukraine: Rep. Mike Quigley, D-IL

Episode 265 (Mar. 4): E.U. Ambassador to U.S. Stavros Lambrinidis discusses Ukraine

Episode 264 (Feb 25, 2015): The Attica Prison Rebellion by Stanley Nelson Jr.

Episode 263 (Feb 18, 2018): Congressman Colin Allred discusses Democrats’ midterm prospects

Episode 262 (Feb 11, 2011): Jamie Yuccas discusses covering the Winter Olympics inside Beijing's anti COVID bubble

Episode 261 (Feb 4), Carl Bernstein discusses the political climate in Washington

Episode 260 (Jan 28, 2008): Reporter's Notebook: Holly Williams, CBS News in Ukraine

Episode 259 (January 21): NHL's original Black player, Willie O'Ree discusses his legacy both on and off the ice

Episode 258 (Jan 14, 2008): Terri Sewell, Congresswoman and Selma native

Episode 257 (Jan 7th): Brad Raffensperger, Georgia Secretary of State, on life after 2020 election

Episode 256 (December 24, 2021): Misinformation and the Metaverse with CBS News Reporter Dan Patterson

Episode 255 (December 17, 2021): Pollster Robert Cahaly on Accuracy in Political Polling

Episode 254 (December 10, 2021): Congressman Byron Donalds | Audio | Video

Episode 253 (December 3, 2021): Walking the Line with Congressional Guru Dave Wasserman

Episode 252 (November 26, 2021): Abigail Spanberger on Biden, FDR and what Democrats want

Episode 251 (November 19, 2021): Donald Trump and his Shadow with Author David Drucker

Episode 250 (November 12, 2021): The NRA's Extravagant Ways with Investigative Reporter Tim Mak

Episode 249 (November 5, 2021): Science and spaghetti with David Pogue

Episode 248 (October 29, 2021): French Ambassador Philippe Etienne says U.S. and France are "rebuilding trust"

Episode 247 (October 22, 2021): James Balog's photos chronicle climate change | Audio | Video

Episode 246 (October 15, 2021): Pramila Jayapal says of reconciliation and infrastructure bills that Democrats "will get it done"

Episode 245 (October 8, 2021): Class Act: NEA President Becky Pringle

Episode 244 (September 30, 2021): Jennifer Granholm on Congress and the fate of Biden's agenda

Episode 243 (September 23, 2021): Paging Dr. Fauci | Audio | Video

Episode 242 (September 17, 2021): Ken Burns on his Muhammad Ali documentary

Episode 241 (September 10, 2021): David Petraeus on Afghanistan withdrawal

Episode 240 (September 3, 2021): CBS News' Jeff Berardelli and Ben Tracy on climate change

Episode 239 (August 27, 2021) Lucy Walker, director of "Bring Your Own Brigade"

Episode 238 (August 20, 2021) Washington Post reporter Craig Whitlock discusses Afghanistan withdrawal on "The Takeout"

Episode 237 (August 13, 2021) Surgeon General Vivek Murthy on the Delta Variant and COVID Disinformation

Episode 236 (August 5, 2021) Virginia Governor Ralph Northam says he'll let New Yorkers decide Cuomo's fate

Episode 235 (July 30, 2021) Public health expert Dr. Leana Wen calls CDC communications strategy "frankly, very poor"

Episode 234 (July 23, 2021) Lunch with Larry Hogan

Episode 233 (July 16, 2021) Charlie D'Agata on what Taliban advances could mean for the future of Afghanistan

Episode 232 (July 8, 2021) "This summer is just nuts": Peter Greenberg discusses travel

Episode 231 (July 1, 2021) Constitutional scholar Jeffrey Rosen says January 6 "represents the framers' nightmare"

Episode 230 (June 25, 2021) Investigative reporter Michael Isikoff discusses Jamal Khashoggi's murder

Episode 229 (June 18, 2021) Boston University professor Ibram X. Kendi discusses racism in America | Audio | Video

Episode 228 (June 11, 2021) Bill Bratton on Race and the Future of U.S. Policing

Episode 227 (June 4, 2021) CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger discusses inflation and the housing market

Episode 226 (May 28, 2021) "There's no real solution for Gaza," former Israeli ambassador Michael Oren says on "The Takeout"

Episode 225 (May 21, 2021) The Future of Space Tourism and Exploration with Bill Harwood

Episode 224 (May 14, 2021) Chris Krebs on the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack and Solar Winds

Episode 223 (May 7, 2021) Pulitzer Prize winning author and historian Jon Meacham

Episode 222 (April 30, 2021) Giuliani's Legal Problems and Police Reform with Legal Analyst Rikki Klieman

Episode 221 (April 23, 2021) Bipartisan Immigration Reform with Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX) and Rep. John Katko (R-NY)

Episode 220 (April 16, 2021) Pulitzer Prize winning author Elizabeth Kolbert | Audio | Video

Episode 219 (April 9, 2021) Comedian Roy Wood Jr. | Audio | Video

Episode 218 (April 2, 2021) NAACP President Derrick Johnson | Audio | Video

Episode 217 (March 26, 2021) Journalist Ron Brownstein | Audio | Video

Episode 216 (March 19, 2021) Chuck Lorre, David Petraeus, Ryan Crocker, Maria Farrari, Dave Goetsch | Audio | Video

Episode 215 (March 12, 2021) Dr. Michael Osterholm | Audio | Video

Episode 214 (March 5, 2021) Chad Wolf

Episode 213 (Feb 26, 2021) Peter Meijer | Audio | Video

Episode 212 (Feb 19, 2021) Jared Bernstein | Audio | Video

Episode 211 (Feb 12, 2021) Jitarth Jadeja | Audio | Video

Episode 210 (Feb 4, 2021) Adam Schiff | Audio | Video

Episode 209 (Jan 28, 2021) Joe Lieberman | Audio |

Episode 208 (Jan 21, 2021) Pramila Jayapal | Audio |

Episode 207 (Jan 14, 2021) Adam Kinzinger | Audio |

Episode 206 (Jan 8, 2021) David Becker

Episode 205 (Jan 1, 2021) Karl Racine | Audio |

Episode 204 (Dec 25, 2020) Armando Varricchio | Audio |

Episode 203 (Dec 18, 2020) Amy Klobuchar and Tom Enner

Episode 202 (Dec 11, 2020) David Rubenstein | Audio |

Episode 201 (Dec 3, 2020) Dr. Anthony Fauci | Audio | Video

Episode 200 (Nov 27, 2020) Four restaurateurs | Audio | Video

Episode 199 (Nov 20, 2020) Tom Colicchio | Audio | Video

Episode 198 (Nov 13, 2020) Kirsten Gillibrand

Episode 197 (Nov 6, 2020) Ed O'Keefe and Anthony Salvanto

Episode 196 (Oct 30, 2020) Gretchen Whitmer

Episode 195 (Oct 23, 2020) Mark Blyth | Audio | Video

Episode 194 (Oct 16, 2020) Chris Murphy and Roy Blunt

Episode 193 (Oct 9, 2020) Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie

Episode 192 (Oct 2, 2020) Beto O'Rourke

Episode 191 (Sep 25, 2020) Carrie Severino and Elizabeth Wydra

Episode 190 (Sep 18, 2020) Sarah Sanders | Audio | Video

Episode 189 (Sep 11, 2020) Larry Kudlow

Episode 188 (Sep 5, 2020) Mo Rocca | Audio | Video

Episode 187 (Aug 28, 2020) Julian Castro | Audio | Video

Episode 186 (Aug 21, 2020) Chris Krebs

Episode 185 (Aug 14, 2020) Paul Begala | Audio | Video

Episode 184 (Aug 7, 2020) John King | Audio | Video

Episode 183 (July 31, 2020) Ron Wyden

Episode 182 (July 24, 2020) Raja Krishnamoorthi

Episode 181 (July 17, 2020) Michael McCaul

Episode 180 (July 10, 2020) Zeke Emanuel

Episode 179 (July 3, 2020) John Bolton

Episode 178 (June 26, 2020) Joe Manchin

Episode 177 (June 19, 2020) Symone Sanders

Episode 176 (June 12, 2020) Glenn Kessler

Episode 175 (June 5, 2020) Karen Bass | Audio | Video

Episode 174 (May 29, 2020) John Barry

Episode 174 (May 22, 2020) Catherine Herridge

Episode 173 (May 15, 2020) Steve Adler, Michelle Kaufusi | Audio | Video

Episode 172 (May 8, 2020) Ro Khanna | Audio | Video

Episode 171 (May 1, 2020) Cal Ripken | Audio | Video

Bonus Episode (April 28, 2020) Rhett & Link (Bonus) | Audio

Episode 171 (April 24, 2020) Ray Washburne | Audio | Video

Episode 170 (April 17, 2020) Stephen Moore

Episode 169 (April 17, 2020): Tony Hale | Audio

Episode 168 (April 10, 2020): Craig Fugate | Audio | Video

Episode 167 (April 3, 2020): Greg Walden | Audio

Episode 166 (March 27, 2020): Gary Gulman

Episode 165 (March 20, 2020): Doug Mills at The Newseum

Bonus episode (March 25, 2020): Joe Biden - recorded remotely

Bonus episode: Coping with COVD-19 / Dr. Lynn Bufka - recorded remotely

Episode 165 (March 20, 2020): Doug Mills at The Newseum

Episode 164 (March 13, 2020): Terry Sullivan and Jamal Simmons at Astro Beer Hall in Washington

Episode 163 (March 6, 2020): Leana Wen at Village Square Cafe in Baltimore

Episode 162 (February 28, 2020), Hawk Newsome, The Lit. Bar in New York | Audio | Video

Episode 161 (February 21, 2020): Carla Hayden at Village Square Cafe in Baltimore

Episode 160 (February 14, 2020): Arthur Brooks at Henrietta's Table in Cambridge

Episode 159 (February 7, 2020): Steve Scalise at Matchbox

Episode 158 (January 31, 2020): Jim Jordan at the Capitol

Episode 157 (January 24, 2020): Dan Crenshaw at Karbach Brewing Company

Episode 156 (January 17, 2020): Debbie Dingell at The Dubliner

Episode 155 (January 10, 2020): Enes Kanter at The Dubliner

Episode 154 (January 3, 2020): Bob Garfield at Politics and Prose

Episode 153 (December 27, 2019): Dorothy Butler Gilliam at Kith and Kin

Episode 152 (December 20, 2019): Eric Ueland at MXDC

Episode 152 (December 13, 2019): Musadiq Bidar, LaCrai Mitchell and Nicole Sganga at Astro Beer Hall | Audio | Extra | Video

Episode 151 (December 6, 2019): Norah O'Donnell at Chef Geoff's

Episode 150 (November 29, 2019): Reince Priebus interview

Episode 149 (November 22, 2019): Max Rose at The Dubliner

Episode 148 (November 15, 2019): Jamie Raskin at Busboys and Poets

Episode 147 (November 8, 2019): Tim Scott at Ice Cream Jubilee

Episode 146 (November 1, 2019): Henry McMaster at Lizard's Thicket in Columbia, S.C.

Episode 145 (October 25, 2019): David Martin, Margaret Brennan, Nancy Cordes and Paula Reid at Cafe Deluxe

Episode 144 (October 18, 2019): Shannon Watts at the Purple Pig

Episode 143 (October 11, 2019): Kim Wehle at Il Canale | Audio | Extra | Video

Episode 142 (October 4, 2019): William McRaven at Texas Tribune Festival

Episode 141 (September 20, 2019): Michael Bennet at the Dubliner

Episode 140 (September 20, 2019): David Bernhardt at the Washington Monument

Episode 139 (September 13, 2019),: Amb. Daniel Mulhall: Chef Jess. Drinks by Nue Vodka | Audio | Extra | Video

Episode 138 (September 6, 2019): Peter Sagal and Bill Kurtis at Founding Farmers in Tysons Corner, Virginia

Episode 137 (August 30, 2019): Natasha Cloud at Busboys and Poets

Episode 136 (August 23, 2019): Ron Maxwell at home in Virginia

Episode 135 (August 16, 2019): Jonna Mendez at Il Canale | Audio | Extra | Video

Episode 134 (August 9, 2019): Mary Ellen O'Toole at The Auld Shebeen

Episode 133 (August 2, 2019): Tara Narula at Bistro Bis | Audio | Extra | Video

Episode 132 (July 26, 2019): Ted Lieu at Bistro Bis | Audio | Extra | Video

Episode 131 (July 22, 2019): Mike Pence at Kennedy Space Center

Episode 130 (July 19, 2019): Tim Alberta at Circa

Episode 130 (July 12, 2019): Glen Johnson at Cafe Milano | Audio | Extra | Video

Episode 129 (July 4, 2019): Eric O'Neill at Pizza Paradiso

Episode 128 (June 28, 2019): Suzanne Maloney at Bistro Bis

Episode 127 (June 21, 2019): Brad Parscale at Amway Arena

Episode 126 (June 14, 2019): Marianne Williamson at Estuary

Episode 125 (June 7, 2019): Tom Perez at City Tap

Episode 124 (May 31, 2019): Janet Napolitano at Tenley Bar and Grill

Episode 123 (May 24, 2019: Tony Schwartz at ViceVersa | Audio | Extra | Video

Episode 122 (May 17, 2019): Jessica Yellin at Kingbird | Audio | Extra | Video

Episode 121 (May 10, 2019): Mick Mulvaney at Martin's

Episode 120 (May 3, 2019): Ed O'Keefe at Meiwah | Audio | Extra | Video

Episode 119 (April 26, 2019): Jack Reed at District Taco

Episode 118 (April 19, 2019): Robert Wilkie at Georgia Brown's

Episode 117 (April 12, 2019): Todd Young at The Dubliner

Episode 116 (April 5, 2019): Jessica Ann Tyson, Monica Sparks at Cafe Deluxe | Audio | Extra | Video

Episode 115 (March 29, 2019): Rudy Giuliani and Jay Sekulow at Bistro Bis

Episode 114 (March 22, 2019): Jennifer Wexton at Firehook Bakery

Episode 113 (March 15, 2019): Chris Coons at The Dubliner

Episode 112 (March 8, 2019): Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang | Audio | Extra | Video

Episode 111 (March 1, 2019): Viet No-Deal: CBS News at Trump-Kim Summit

Episode 110 (February 22, 2019): Jung Pak at Pizza Paradiso | Audio | Extra | Video

Episode 109 (February 15, 2019): Jason Rezaian on his new book, "Prisoner"

Episode 108 (February 8, 2019): Rick Scott at Cuba Libre

Episode 107 (February 1, 2019): Super Bowl Extravaganza | Audio | Extra | Video

Episode 106 (January 25, 2019): Barry Black at The Dubliner

Episode 105 (January 18, 2019): Donna Shalala at Pete's Diner

Episode 104 (January 11, 2019): Mike Braun at McDonalds

Episode 103 (January 4, 2019): Doris Kearns Goodwin at Cafe du Parc | Audio | Extra | Video

Episode 102 (December 28, 2018): Michael Morell and Karen Attiah at Ris

Episode 101 (December 21, 2018): Mac Thornberry at Due South

Episode 100 (December 14, 2018): David Bonior at Agua 301

Episode 99 (December 7, 2018): Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie at Shaw All Purpose Pizza

Episode 98 (November 30, 2018): Frank Sharry at Taberna Del Alabardero | Audio | Extra | Video

Episode 97 (November 23, 2018): Mark Leibovich and Eric Winston at Meiwah

Episode 96 (November 16, 2018): Will Durst in New York live

Episode 95 (November 9, 2018): Kim Darroch at the British Embassy

Episode 94 (November 2, 2018): Caitlin Conant at Cafe Deluxe

Episode 93 (October 26, 2018): Heather Wilson at Pete's Diner

Episode 92 (October 19, 2018): Christopher Krebs at Firefly

Episode 91 (October 12, 2018): Joni Ernst at Uno Pizzeria and Grill

Episode 90 (October 5, 2018): Neil deGrasse Tyson at Tupelo Honey | Audio | Extra | Video

Episode 89 (September 28, 2018): Washington Nationals reliever Sean Doolittle and his wife, Eireann Dolan, at Busboys and Poets

Episode 88 (September 21, 2018): Major Garrett on his book, Mr. Trump's Wild Ride at City Tap House

Episode 87 (September 14, 2018): Sen. Mark Warner, D-Virginia, at All Purpose Pizzeria

Episode 86 (September 7, 2018): director of the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency Kelly McKeague The Smith

Episode 85 (August 31, 2018): The Super Especial of Takeout Especiales

Episode 84 (August 24, 2018): Sen. Chris Van Hollen, D-Maryland, having Rocklands BBQ on Chris Perez's back deck in Bethesda, Maryland

Episode 83 (August 17, 2018): Chief counsel and policy director of the Judicial Crisis Network Carrie Severino at Cafe Deluxe

Episode 82 (August 10, 2018): Former head of the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice and current president of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights Vanita Gupta at Supra

Episode 81 (August 3, 2018): CBS News Director of Elections and Surveys Anthony Salvanto at Meiwah

Episode 80 (July 27, 2018): Rep. Joaquin Castro, D-Texas, at Rosa Mexicano | Audio | extra | Video

Episode 79, July 20, 2018, U.S. Diplomatic Correspondent for Reuters Warren Strobel at Bread and Chocolate

Episode 78 (July 13, 2018): National security correspondent for The New York Times David Sanger at RARE Steakhouse

Episode 77 (July 6, 2018): NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine at The Dubliner

Episode 76 (June 29, 2018): Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Oregon, at Trusty's

Episode 75 (June 22, 2018): White House Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) Chairman Kevin Hassett at Edgar Bar and Kitchen

Episode 74 (June 15, 2018): North Korea experts Duyeon Kim and Robert Carlin at The Butcher's Kitchen in Singapore

Episode 73 (June 8, 2018): Former Mexican President Vicente Fox at Tredici Enoteca | Audio | extra | Video

Episode 72 (June 1, 2018): Former CIA senior analyst and senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies Sue Mi Terry at Pennsylvania 6

Episode 71 (May 25, 2018): Executive Director of Army National Military Cemeteries Karen Durham-Aguilera "KDA" at Honeysuckle

Episode 70 (May 18, 2018): Former CIA and NSA Director Michael Hayden at Casa Luca

Episode 69 (May 11, 2018): Belgian Ambassador Dirk Wouters at B Too | Audio | extra | Video

Episode 68 (May 4, 2018): White House Director of Legislative Affairs Marc Short at Bread and Chocolate

Episode 67 (April 27, 2018): Small Business Administrator Linda McMahon at Carmine's

Episode 66 (April 20, 2018): Author Mark Penn at Bistro Bis | Audio | Video

Episode 65 (April 13, 2018): Former governor of Virginia Terry McAuliffe at i Ricci

Episode 64 (April 6, 2018): Actor and activist Danny Glover at Dirty Habit

Episode 63 (March 30, 2018): Rep. Marcy Kaptur, D-Ohio, at Pete's Diner

Episode 62 (March 23, 2018): Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-South Carolina, at District Taco | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 61 (March 16, 2018): National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Rep. Steve Stivers at Trattoria Alberto

Episode 60 (March 9, 2018): Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chairman Rep. Ben Ray Lujan at the DCCC headquarters

Episode 59 (March 2, 2018): Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt at Ris

Episode 58 (February 23, 2018): Center for Strategic and International Studies' senior vice president Jim Lewis at Edgar Bar and Kitchen

Episode 57 (February 16, 2018): Former CIA Analyst, Senior Fellow and SK-Korea Foundation Chair in Korea Studies at the Brookings Institution Jung Pak at Kramerbooks and Afterwords Cafe

Episode 56 (February 9, 2018): Director of The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony Fauci at Tastee Diner

Episode 55 (February 2, 2018): Sen. Bill Cassidy, R-Louisiana, at Trattoria Alberto

Episode 54 (January 26, 2018): Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez, at The Smith

Episode 53 (January 19, 2018): President Trump's attorney Ty Cobb, at Dirty Habit

Episode 52 (January 12, 2018): POLITICO Playbook's Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman, at District Taco

Episode 51 (January 5, 2018): Rep. Donna Edwards, D-Maryland, at Cafe Deluxe

Episode 50 (December 29, 2017): Arden Farhi and Major Garrett at Dirty Habit

Episode 49 (December 22, 2017): Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-California, at Bistro Bis | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 48 (December 15, 2017): Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Washington, at Tortilla Coast | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 47 (December 8, 2017): Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and deputy campaign manager David Bossie at Bistro Bis

Episode 46 (December 1, 2017): CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent and moderator of "Face the Nation" John Dickerson at Meiwah

Episode 45 (November 24, 2017): American Beverage Association President/CEO Susan Neely at The University Club

Episode 44 (November 17, 2017): Former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge at Edgar

Episode 43 (November 10, 2017): CBS News National Security Correspondent David Martin on Medal of Honor recipients, Cafe Bonaparte

Episode 42 (November 3, 2017): Former U.S. prosecutors John Wood and Julie Myers Wood at Cafe Deluxe - West End

Episode 41 (October 27, 2017): Rep. Joseph Kennedy III, D-Massachusetts, at Dubliner | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 40 (October 20, 2017): Energy Secretary Rick Perry at Energy Department / Dunkin Donuts

Episode 39 (October 13, 2017): Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Connecticut, at Bistro Bis | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 38 (October 6, 2017): "Full Frontal" host Samantha Bee at the CBS Broadcast Center cafeteria

Episode 37 (September 29, 2017): 2020 presidential candidate Rep. John Delaney, D-Maryland, at Rosa Mexicano | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Special Edition (September 27, 2017): "48 Hours" Senior Executive Producer Susan Zirinsky at the CBS Broadcast Center cafeteria

Episode 36 (September 22, 2017): Former Homeland Security Adviser Fran Townsend at the offices of MacAndrews and Forbes

Episode 35 (September 15, 2017): Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney at The Tombs

Episode 34 (September 8, 2017): RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel at Bistro Bis | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 33 (September 1, 2017): CBS News National Security Correspondent David Martin at Duke's Grocery

Episode 32 (August 25, 2017): Author, playwright, broadcaster Janet Langhart Cohen at Old Ebbitt Grill

Episode 31 (August 18, 2017): Former Defense Secretary William Cohen at Nopa Kitchen and Bar

Episode 30 (August 11, 2017): Treasury spokesman Tony Sayegh at Old Ebbitt Grill

Episode 29 (August 4, 2017): Sen. Al Franken, D-Minnesota, at Dubliner

Episode 28 (July 28, 2017): Rep. Seth Moulton, D-Massachusetts, at Dubliner

Episode 27 (July 21, 2017): Tea Party Patriots co-founder Jenny Beth Martin at Meiwah

Episode 26 (July 14, 2017): Political economist Mark Blyth at District Taco Dupont

Episode 25 (July 7, 2017): Rep. Ro Khanna, D-California, at Bistro Bis | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 24 (June 30, 2017): Former White House Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz at Quadrant Lounge

Episode 23 (June 23, 2017): Americans for Prosperity president Tim Phillips at Ris

Episode 22 (June 16, 2017): Former Gov. Martin O'Malley, D-Maryland, at Dubliner | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 21 (June 9, 2017): CBS News' Steven Portnoy and Paula Reid at Pizzeria Paradiso Dupont

Episode 20 (June 2, 2017): Comedian Frank Caliendo at Tredici Enoteca | Audio | Audio extra | Video clip

Episode 19 (May 26, 2017): CSIS foreign policy expert Heather Conley at Meiwah

Episode 18 (May 19, 2017): Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tennessee, at Bistro Bis | Audio | Audio extra

Episode 17 (May 12, 2017): Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minnesota, at 701 Restaurant | Audio | Audio extra

Episode 16 (May 5, 2017): CBS News Justice and Homeland Security Correspondent Jeff Pegues at Ris

Special White House Correspondents' Dinner Open Mic (May 1, 2017): Various guests including former CIA chief of staff Jeremy Bash, former White House press secretary Josh Earnest and actor Alan Ruck

Episode 15 (April 28, 2017): Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, Republik Kolache takeout in Hurd's Capitol Hill office

Episode 14 (April 21, 2017): Former GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina at Station 4

Episode 13 (April 14, 2017): CBS News' Bob Schieffer and Nancy Cordes at Tredici Enoteca

Episode 12 (April 7, 2017): Committee for a Responsible Budget president Maya MacGuineas at Dubliner

Episode 11 (March 31, 2017): Emily's List president Stephanie Schriock at Meiwah

Episode 10 (March 24, 2017): Rep. Joseph Crowley, D-New York, at Kelly's Irish Times

Episode 9 (March 17, 2017): Rep. Mark Meadows, R-North Carolina, at Bullfeathers | Audio | Audio extra | Video clip

Episode 8 (March 10, 2017): "Freakonomics" co-author Stephen Dubner at Dubliner | Audio | Audio extra

Episode 7 (March 3, 2017): Former presidential speechwriters Jonathan Horn and Cody Keenan at Riggsby

Episode 6 (February 24, 2017): CBS News White House Correspondent Margaret Brennan, Chop't takeout in CBS News' White House booth

Episode 5 (February 17, 2017): CBS News' Jeff Pegues and Paula Reid at Meiwah

Episode 4 (February 10, 2017): Former Hillary Clinton campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri at Nopa Kitchen and Bar

Episode 3 (February 3, 2017): CBS News Legal Correspondent Jan Crawford and Judicial Crisis Network's Carrie Severino at Casa Luca

Episode 2 (January 27, 2017): NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith at Meiwah

Episode 1 (January 20, 2017): Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski at Meiwah

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