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There's never a shortage of political news in Wisconsin, from the governor's office to the Legislature to the state's elected officials in Washington, DC. Join WUWM's Marti Mikkelson and Wispolitics.com editor JR Ross each week as they highlight and provide context to the latest developments.
 
The JUST podcast features people building thriving communities rooted in social justice. Stories about working with the underserved and amplifying the voices of the marginalized. JUST is part of the Capitol Broadcasting Podcast Network, ⁣⁣ Thank you to DJ Pdogg and Producer Lo Key for our awesome music throughout the show!⁣ ⁣ Follow DJ Pdogg online:⁣ www.djpdogg.com⁣ Twitter: DJPdogg Instagram: djpdogg⁣ Follow Producer Lo Key on Instagram⁣ Our sponsors:⁣ ⁣ReCity Network⁣ Coastal Credit Union ...
 
"WPR Politics" is a weekly podcast about the ins and outs of Wisconsin's political news. Host John K. Wilson and WPR reporters clue listeners into stories they may have missed and tell them what's actually interesting about stories they've already heard a thousand times.
 
Bloomberg Chief Washington Correspondent Kevin Cirilli delivers insight and analysis on the latest headlines from the White House and Capitol Hill, including conversations with influential lawmakers and key figures in politics and policy.
 
Go behind the headlines for a look at what's really going on at the Texas Capitol and in Washington with the state's #1 political podcast: Texas Take. Join the conversation featuring Scott Braddock, editor of The Quorum Report and Houston Chronicle/San Antonio Express-News political writer Jeremy Wallace.
 
SportsChannel8: The Radio Show airs weekdays 10 a.m. until noon on 99.9 The Fan in Raleigh, N.C. Hosted by Hayes Permar and friends, the show takes local sports very seriously. And they hate people who take sports seriously. And they hate irony. Whether they're playing their latest hit song parody, making an ACC football coach laugh with off-the-wall questions, or telling you how you should act at work based on your team's performance over the weekend, it's clear that when it comes to having ...
 
The OG with Ovies and Giglio is heard weekdays from 3 until 6 p.m. on 99.9 The Fan in Raleigh, N.C.Host Joe Ovies brings 20 years of sports radio experience to The Triangle and is also our Digital/Streaming Reporter for 99.9 The Fan and WRALSportsFan.com. Joe Giglio brings 25 years of sports newspaper reporting experience to The Triangle.The daily show podcast can be downloaded anytime after 6 p.m. at WRALSportsFan.com, the WRALSportsFan app or subscribe for free wherever you listen to podcasts.
 
Listen to the complete PBS NewsHour, specially formatted as a podcast. Published each night by 9 p.m., our full show includes every news segment, every interview, and every bit of analysis as our television broadcast. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our individual segments, Brooks and Capehart, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/news ...
 
No one knows Capitol Hill and the corridors of Washington power like National Journal, and now NJ brings you Quorum Call—a weekly podcast on Congress, policy, and politics. Hosted by National Journal's veteran reporting team, new episodes of Quorum Call will be available every Monday.
 
Please join me each Saturday/Sunday to hear about current world affairs/events. I hope to share and discuss topics such as things going on in Santo Domingo, number 45 (whose name shall not be mentioned), happenings on Capitol Hill, Harlem, Delta Air Lines, New Orleans, family, favorite recipes, COVID-19, what does a friend really mean, and other exciting things to discuss. Please share with friends and family!I hope you'll join me each week!
 
Montana Public Radio's weekly legislative news and analysis program appears on Fridays throughout the legislative session. MTPR's Sally Mauk is joined by Capitol Reporter Holly Michels and UM Political Science Professor Rob Saldin to discuss the week's legislative news.
 
Race Capitol interrogates racial narratives in Richmond, Virginia, the former capitol of the Confederacy. www.racecapitol.com @RaceCapitol Three Black feminist organizers deliver activist radio every Wednesday at 10am on WRIR LP 97.3 FM Richmond Independent Radio. Episodes loaded weekly. Created by: Chelsea Higgs Wise (she/her) Co-Hosts: Naomi Isaac (they/them) & Kalia Harris (she/her)
 
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April 12, 2021 - The state budget included a record investment in child care, as the result of federal stimulus dollars. So we talked to Dede Hill of the Schuyler Center and Jenn O'Connor of Prevent Child Abuse New York about how state lawmakers and Gov. Andrew Cuomo plan to spend the money and what this means for child care providers in the state.…
 
The Church made British lawmaker William Wilberforce who he was through the ministry of the Word. After he became a Christian he decided to spend legislative recesses studying the Bible. It was common for him to spend 10 hours per day studying and memorizing Scripture. This righteous conviction rooted in biblical doctrine is what sustained and dire…
 
Gov. Gianforte is one of Montana's new cases of COVID. The marijuana bills are now in the Senate's lap. The House votes to abide by the First Amendment. The Republican PSC opposes a Republican Colstrip bill. And the Republican renaissance in Montana owes a lot to the legacy of former Governor Stan Stephens. Listen now on Capitol Talk with Sally Mau…
 
We are joined by Sen. Jim McClendon of Springville, who will discuss a delayed vote on his lottery bill. Senate Minority Leader Bobby Singleton of Greensboro will talk with us about his caucus’ support of a more comprehensive gaming plan. Congressman Barry Moore of Enterprise will join us to discuss capitol security, border security and his concern…
 
Minnesota’s next two year budget is taking shape as the Republican-led Senate and DFL-led House finalize their respective budget proposals. Senate Finance Chair Julie Rosen, R-Fairmont, and House Majority Leader Ryan Winkler join Capitol Report moderator Shannon Loehrke to provide details on their budgetary priorities. The Minnesota Supreme Court r…
 
Damon Harris of Tealhouse Company joins Chelsea Higgs Wise to discuss what he sees is stopping Black homeowners, renters and eager home buyers from finding affordable homes. During the show you'll hear a clip from Omari Al-Qadaffi of Leaders of the New South. His comments come from the Valentine's Controversial History Discussion from 2020…
 
Growing up in Delaware, Andrew Toy first experienced music in his childhood in the 90s, falling in love with drums almost immediately. He has played with numerous bands from high school to after college on cruise ships, soaking up influences from different types of music and cultures around the world. Andrew is all about getting out of his comfort …
 
The stakes are high in the race for Wisconsin’s U.S. Senate seat next year, as Republican incumbent Ron Johnson decides whether to bid for a third term. Milwaukee Bucks Executive Alex Lasry, who is running as a Democrat, says his campaign has raised $1 million since he got into the race in mid-February.…
 
An attack at the US Capitol complex in Washington DC has left one police officer dead and another in hospital with injuries. A car crashed into a security barrier before the driver lunged towards the officers with a knife. The officers opened fire and the suspect was shot dead. We get the latest from the BBC's Larry Maduwo, who's in DC. Also in the…
 
In our news wrap Friday, an attack at the U.S. Capitol left one police officer dead and another wounded. Authorities said a man drove into the officers at a barricade, then stabbed one with a knife before police killed him. Also, the CDC said it's safer for Americans fully vaccinated for COVID-19 to travel, and at least 51 people in Taiwan were kil…
 
April 12, 2021 -New Yorkers looking to place a sports wager from the comfort of their home will likely have to wait until next year's Super Bowl, according to our guest Adam Candee, managing editor of Legal Sports Report. He explains what to expect with the state's new online sports gambling law, including how much tax revenue it could bring in and…
 
Join Jes and Rob in a conversation with Elizabeth Butler, Employment Team Manager with StepUp Durham. StepUp Durham transforms lives through employment and life skills training. Their vision is to be the premier resource in Durham for people seeking to improve their lives and develop stable employment. 0:00 Episode starts 1:12 Rob checks in with Je…
 
Europe’s vaccination process was expected to be well-orchestrated and efficient. So far, it’s been neither. Sabrina Tavernise, a national correspondent for The Times, spoke with our colleague Matina Stevis-Gridneff about Europe’s problems and why things could get worse before they get better. Guest: Matina Stevis-Gridneff, the Brussels corresponden…
 
Almost a year ago, the Navajo Nation had the worst Covid infection rate in America. Now, it's vaccinated more of its population than any state. Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez talks with Dispatch’s Jeremy Siegel about how the nation fought back against the virus. Plus, Secretary of State Blinken says China has been forthright on the virus. And…
 
Zeinab Badawi interviews playwright, novelist and filmmaker Tsitsi Dangarembga, one of Zimbabwe’s most influential and acclaimed cultural figures. Arrested for her political activism, she says her art gives her a platform to call for change. Is she optimistic about her country's future? What are the prospects for better days in Zimbabwe, when every…
 
On this edition for Sunday, April 11, a surge in COVID-19 cases persists in America despite reaching a record number of vaccinations, how musicians are finding new ways to stay afloat without live shows, and in our signature segment, "Exploring Hate:" an inside look at anti-extremism training in the military. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.…
 
The author Philip Roth, who died in 2018, was not sure whether he wanted to be the subject of a biography. In the end, he decided that he wanted to be known and understood. His search for a biographer was long and fraught — Mr. Roth parted ways with two, courted one and sued another — before he settled on Blake Bailey, one of the great chroniclers …
 
Life is infinitely uncertain and God is infinitely complex. The net result? Doubt. We think of doubt in negative terms, but it’s a key catalyst when it comes to faith. Doubt breaks down our false narratives, false assumptions, and false beliefs. It forces us to deconstruct and reconstruct our faith by digging a little deeper. How do you deal with d…
 
On this edition for Saturday, April 10, debates surrounding 'vaccine passports' continue as vaccination efforts expand in wealthier countries, a recap of the second week of Derek Chauvin's trial, and in our signature segment, a project to collect a diverse culture and history of America through public participation at the Library of Congress. Hari …
 
We hear from the women who started "Reclaim the Night" marches in the north of England in 1977 - a time when a serial killer nicknamed the Yorkshire Ripper was murdering women. The women felt police were policing their behaviour rather than that of men by instructing them to stay home at night. We speak to Hallie Rubenhold author of The Five: The U…
 
On the tenth day of witness testimony in the Derek Chauvin murder trial, two physicians, including the medical examiner who performed the autopsy on George Floyd and ruled his death a homicide, faced intense questioning from the prosecution and the defense. Benjamin Crump is the attorney for George Floyd's family. He joins AC360 to discuss the tria…
 
Politicians and public figures across the world have paid tribute to Prince Philip, following his death at the age of 99. We hear from Nigel Vardy, mountaineer and assessor for the The Duke of Edinburgh's Award and Professor Philip Murphy, Director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies at the University of London's School of Advanced Study. Plus…
 
Friday on the Newshour, the United Kingdom mourns as Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth's husband, dies at 99. Then, medical officials testify about the cause of George Floyd's death in the murder trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin. We look at the inoculation effort for high-risk meatpacking plant workers, and David Brooks and Jonathan Capeha…
 
In our news wrap Friday, the U.S. will see a sharp drop in deliveries of the one-shot Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine next week amid quality control concerns at a Baltimore production plant. President Biden released an outline of his $1.5 trillion budget for 2022, and signed an executive order forming a bipartisan commission to study whether to …
 
Friday was a closely watched day in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former police officer charged with the murder of George Floyd. It featured key testimony about what led to Floyd's death from medical examiner Dr. Andrew Baker, who performed the initial autopsy on Floyd's body and declared his death a homicide. Special correspondent Fred De Sam La…
 
Bloomberg Chief Washington Correspondent Kevin Cirilli and Bloomberg politics contributors Jeanne Sheehan Zaino and Rick Davis deliver insight and analysis on the latest headlines from the White House and Capitol Hill, including conversations with influential lawmakers and key figures in politics and policy. Guest: Rep. Brendan Boyle, a Democrat re…
 
The OG with Ovies and Giglio, heard weekdays from 3-6:30 on 99.9 The Fan. On this edition of the show, the guys recap day one of The Masters. Ovies drops his hottest and loudest takes in another round of "Truth Bombs." ESPN's Bomani Jones stops by to talk about The Masters, and the Panthers with Sam Darnold. Senior Associate Athletic Director of UN…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers Wisconsin's report showing 1,046 cases today, the most cases in a single day since Feb. 11. This brings the seven-day average for daily confirmed cases to 733, the greatest average since mid-February. Today’s seven-day daily case average is nearly double that from a month ago.…
 
The fight over voting rights in Texas was on the national stage this week as Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick traded barbs with some corporations and the Texas House started to move in a bit different direction from the Texas Senate on the issue. Plus former US House Speaker John Boehner has some choice words for Sen. Ted Cruz. Connect with Scott Braddock, edi…
 
April 9, 2021 - As part of national child abuse prevention month, we're telling the story of Jacqueline Franchetti, founder of Kyra's Champions, a non-profit organization advocating for reforms designed to keep children safe. She started the movement after her two-year-old daughter was murdered by her father during a court-sanctioned, unsupervised …
 
The OG with Ovies and Giglio, heard weekdays from 3-6:30 on 99.9 The Fan. On this edition of the show, the guys talk about the first round of The Masters and what to expect going into the weekend. UNC Head Football Coach, Mack Brown stops by to talk about The Masters as well, in addition to the Tar Heels' Spring Game coming up. New ACC Commissioner…
 
A special edition of OTR with three students from MSU's School of Journalism. Watch now at video.wkar.org A special edition of Off the Record with three future graduates of MSU's School of Journalism. Julian Stainback, Jasmine Hall and Joe Freihofer offer their views on the current political climate, the use and role of social media in journalism a…
 
Last fall, as Odessa High School brought some students back to campus with hybrid instruction, school officials insisted mask wearing, social distancing and campus contact tracing would keep students and faculty safe. And at the beginning of the semester, things seemed to be going OK. But then a spike in coronavirus cases hit town, putting the scho…
 
In the aftermath of mass shootings in Georgia and Colorado, President Biden signed several executive orders on Thursday aimed at reducing gun violence. POLITICO’s Anita Kumar digs into what they really do — and why they’re set to face obstacles in the courts and in red states. Plus, Florida sues the Biden administration over cruise restrictions. An…
 
If Afghanistan is to find a way out of seemingly never-ending war the next few weeks will be critically important. The Biden Administration is pressing the Afghan Government and the Taliban to accept a transition plan based on a ceasefire and power-sharing. It’s a tough sell, given the taliban has intensified its military campaign in recent months.…
 
When Major General George Owen Squier coined the term Muzak, back in the early 1930s, the idea according to elevator music enthusiast Joseph Lanza was “to have a civic use of music”.At Muzak Corporation’s height during the late 50s and 60s, this practically became a reality as their in-house orchestral arrangements emanated from the walls of hotel …
 
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