Dec 24, 2021
A SmartHer Interview with Washington Crossing Park Historian, Clay Craighead.
By Christmas 1776, General Washington finds himself in a desperate position. Only a few months into the Revolutionary War, he has experienced a string of crushing defeats and privately admits the cause for liberty may be all but lost. Despite...
Dec 3, 2021
As the Supreme Court hears a high-profile abortion case described as having the potential to forever change existing law, we take a moment to pause and speak with Professor Mary Ziegler - legal historian and a leading voice on abortion law in America. In a wide-ranging interview, we tackle the question: What IS the...
Sep 17, 2021
The daughter of the first American killed in combat in the War on Terror returns to SmartHER News to tell the true story of her father - his work for the CIA and the mysterious American he encountered in Afghanistan before he was killed - providing fresh reflection on a big story that few are talking about.
Sep 11, 2021
"That's what I do everyday. I record history."
Photojournalist Richard Drew has spent more than five decades with the Associated Press. On the morning of September 11th, 2001, while on assignment for Fashion Week in New York City, a call from his editor sent Richard racing to downtown Manhattan with only a brief...
Sep 4, 2021
The United States ended the war in Afghanistan but is the battle
truly over or just beginning a new chapter?
Leading analyst, Thomas Joscelyn, Senior Fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and Senior Editor, FDD’s Long War Journal, provides unique insight on the past, present, and future of the nation's...