Actress and LGBT advocate Laverne Cox is back in the studio to talk about her Time Magazine cover story and the new season of “Orange Is The New Black.” Then, American radio personality Carl Kasell opens up about his career and retiring from NPR. Plus, Rapper Nelly performs “Hot in Herre” live in-studio!
Actress and advocate Laverne Cox dishes on the new season of "Orange is the New Black" and her groundbreaking appearance on the cover of "TIME" magazine. Plus, Katie reflects on the controversy surrounding the last time Laverne appeared on the show.
Laverne Cox is tackling issues facing the transgender community in her upcoming documentary. She profiles CeCe McDonald, who was sentenced to 41 months in a men's prison for manslaughter, although she says she was acting in self defense.
ACLU attorney Chase Strangio and trans activist Tiq Milan, both members of the transgender community, along with Laverne Cox share some of the biggest issues facing the transgender community.
For 30 years, Carl Kasell was the voice that millions of people woke up to as the news announcer for NPR's "Morning Edition." And his unlikely turn from newscaster to official judge on NPR's popular news quiz show turned Carl into full-fledged icon.
When Carl Kasell began hosting "Wait Wait… Don't Tell Me" did he ever imagine it would last so long and have nearly 4 million listeners a week? Plus, find out what's next for the legendary radio icon.