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March 27 2017


The Trump Presidency, After The American Health Care Act

Congress is striking down internet privacy rules from the Obama years. We’ll look at why, and what it means for your life online.

George Saunders Talks ‘Lincoln,’ Life And Art

The real-life death of Abraham Lincoln’s young son is reimagined as a meditation on grief and moving on in the novel “Lincoln in the Bardo.” Author George Saunders joins us.

March 24 2017


Week In The News: Health Care Votes, Russian Investigation, London Terror

The fate of the GOP health care bill. The Trump camp and Russia. London terror. Neil Gorsuch. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.

New Lessons On Ancient Survival Methods

The caveman professor, Bill Schindler, is teaching millennials to drop the phone and thrive in the wild. He’s with us.

March 23 2017


Grading The AHCA As The House Sets Up A Vote

As the House votes on the American Health Care Act we’ll dig deep into what’s in the bill, what’s not. Who would win. Who would lose.

Middle-Aged Men Need More Friends

Men and friendship. By middle age, many have too little of it. And it’s a threat to men’s health.

March 22 2017


Reliving The Poetry Of Derek Walcott

Reliving The Poetry Of Derek Walcott

Neil Gorsuch Nears The Supreme Court

Neil Gorsuch Nears The Supreme Court

March 21 2017


After A Heated Hearing, What We Know About Russian Intervention

The House Intelligence Committee, the FBI chief, and what’s we’ve learned about Russia, Trump, and the home front.

Bassem Youssef Is Still Laughing

The Jon Stewart of Egypt, Bassem Youssef, joins us to talk about Islam, America, and the world.

March 20 2017


Follow The Money: Banking Questions For The Trump Administration

Foreign banks and the Trump administration. From Cyprus to Germany to Russia, we’ll follow the money trail.

How To Be A Better Boss

What makes a great boss. One Silicon Valley boss says she did it all wrong. She’s found a better way.

March 17 2017


Week In The News: CBO Score, Trump Budget, March Madness

The CBO scores Trumpcare. No evidence of wiretapping. Attorneys general fired. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.

#OnPointListens: Hello, Tampa

We are in Tampa, Florida on our national listening tour, asking Tampa citizens how they see this new administration—and America’s future—unfolding.

March 16 2017


#OnPointListens: The View From A Tampa Sandwich Shop

We're in Tampa, Florida this week, visiting our friends at WUSF and talking with regular Floridians about the issues that matter to them in the early days of the new presidential administration.

Dialing Back On U.S. Emissions Standards

President Trump takes aim at federal auto-emission regulations. We’ll look at what’s on the line for the US auto industry, cars and climate change.

Where Federal Food Research Funds Really Go

Washington spends millions on agriculture research. But most of that spending doesn’t go toward fruits, vegetables, what we actually eat. We’ll peel back why.

March 15 2017


Tillerson's Asia Strategy

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson heads to a volatile Asia. We’ll look at his agenda - with North Korea, Japan, China.

NPR's Embedded: Filming American Police

Police interactions caught on camera: the NPR podcast Embedded digs into what three different videos reveal about policing in America.

March 14 2017


Dire First Coverage Estimates For Republican Health Care Plan

The Congressional Budget Office scores the Republican health care plan. We read the results.
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