The front of the United States Congress building is blocked by a fence and a sign that says area closed.

Congress is not gridlocked. No really.

Despite the charged rhetoric to the contrary, there actually is work getting done in Washington. David Leonhardt, a senior writer at The New York Times magazine, joins host Krys Boyd to discuss the players – often political polar opposites – who are working together to pass legislation, and what that signals for a movement he’s calling “neo-populism.” His article is “A New Centrism Is Rising in Washington.”