Nancy Giles, Sam Seder and Crystal Wright join “Say Anything” host Joy Behar to discuss whether former New York Congressman Anthony Weiner might have a chance of gaining traction in the 2013 New York mayoral race, given his history of indecent Twitter exposure.
Emily Harrold and Laurel Leff join “Say Anything!” host Joy Behar to discuss why stories about the Holocaust were largely absent from the front page of The New York Times during World War II. Harrold directed the documentary short, “Reporting on The Times: The New York Times and The Holocaust,” while she was a student at New York University.
The author joined Joy Behar to discuss confidence, self-esteem, his new book (“This Is How: Surviving When You Think You Can’t”) and why he went to a mental institution to avoid school.
Transgender activist Jennifer Finney Boylan, author of “Stuck in the Middle With You: Parenthood in Three Genders,” came on “Say Anything!” to tell host Joy Behar about her relationship with her wife and sons. Watch her story here.
Daisy Khan, the executive director of the American Society for Muslim Advancement, came on “Say Anything!” to tell host Joy Behar what might cause someone to become radicalized and turn toward acts of terror - such as planting a homemade bomb at the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
Christine Crawford, author of “Mommie Dearest,” was on Joy Behar yesterday talking about her mother’s troubled life. Feuds with Bette Davis? Lesbian affairs with Marilyn Monroe? Crawford dishes the dirt here.
John Fugelsang was on Say Anything yesterday to discuss Palin’s sour grapes and whether Obama’s post-presidential career moves will include hosting the Oscars. Watch him, Joy Behar and Boris Epstein break down Obama’s comedy routine here.
Joan Walsh, Salon.com editor-at-large, joins “Say Anything!” host Joy Behar to consider how political narratives are playing out in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings.