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Running Things Considered is back for a new season with new hosts! Taking over are two elite runners: Zane Coburn, a genuinely funny dude with years of experience at almost every level, and Avery Bartlett, an ACC champion with an uncomfortable amount of Tik Tok fame. They are bringing weekly podcasts answering anything on the line 646-780-9218. Nothing is off-limits, ask what you want to hear, and get ready to dive into the lives of two of the biggest personalities in the running.
In “Many Things Considered” one-time journalist and full-time political analyst Marc Johnson applies his passion for context to connect current politics with political history. What are the links between the debacle of Barry Goldwater’s 1964 presidential campaign and the Tea Party movement? Did Alexander Hamilton foresee the partisanship that now surrounds judicial appointments? Why haven’t third parties had political success in America? Johnson weaves interviews, archival sound, humor and a ...
Another delightful and sharply pointed excursion into the topics of the day, and of this day as well, with Gilbert Keith Chesterton. These reprinted magazine articles are filled with his good natured wit, his masterful use of paradox, and devastating ability to use reductio ad absurdum to destroy the popular myths that drive a society driving full-speed into secular humanism. You will come away with a whole new collection of wonderful quotes. (Ray Clare)
At issue was a federal law that has been on the books for 20 years that barred federal candidates from raising more than $250,000 to repay loans made to their campaigns.Bởi NPR
In a key swing state, Pennsylvania's highest court is weighing a challenge to a state law that's expanded mail-in voting. The challenge was put forth in part by 11 GOP lawmakers who voted for the law.Bởi Hansi Lo Wang
A weekday evening wrap-up of both national and local news stories.Bởi WBUR
Is it possible to be believe in both science and in God? Rosa Hunt discusses the issue with a panel of guests which include Nick Spencer of the Theos Institute, mathematician and physicist Rev Dr Emma Whittick, and former science teacher Rev James Tout, together with members Year 6 of Llanilltud Faerdre Primary School.…
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In a key swing state, Pennsylvania's highest court is weighing a challenge to a state law that's expanded mail-in voting. The challenge was put forth in part by 11 GOP lawmakers who voted for the law.Bởi NPR
Authorities are still trying to answer all the questions why a gunman killed 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket over the weekend. The shootings by the self-avowed racist have rattled the community.Bởi Quil Lawrence
More people are now crossing the border into Ukraine than are fleeing the war. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with the head of the International Rescue Committee about the Ukrainian refugee crisis.Bởi Ari Shapiro
Lake sturgeon used to be common in rivers and lakes from Minnesota to Louisiana. Now the species is near extinction. Scientists are implanting radio transmitters to see how they can help save them.Bởi NPR
Authorities are still trying to answer all the questions why a gunman killed 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket over the weekend. The shootings by the self-avowed racist have rattled the community.Bởi NPR
More people are now crossing the border into Ukraine than are fleeing the war. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with the head of the International Rescue Committee about the Ukrainian refugee crisis.Bởi NPR
NPR's Ari Shapiro reports from Warsaw on how Ukrainian children are being educated in Poland.Bởi NPR
The Tops supermarket where Saturday's fatal shootings took place is a store Black Buffalo residents fought for years to get. Its temporary closure has left neighbors scrambling to find food.Bởi NPR
Former Gov. Paul LePage is in a close race with Maine's sitting governor, Democrat Janet Mills. Maine's GOP is uniting around the fall of Roe and has a motivated base.Bởi NPR
In the startup world, investors are pulling back, companies are laying off employees and IPOs are being delayed. Is a tech bubble about to burst, or has the unraveling already started?Bởi NPR
Residents of tiny Conklin, New York, are surprised the teen accused of a mass shooting in Buffalo came from their community. People of color in the nearby city of Binghamton have a different view.Bởi NPR
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Emma Straub about her new novel, This Time Tomorrow, in which the central character is turning 40 — but wakes up and is age 16 again.Bởi NPR
NPR's Emily Feng speaks with Molly Farrell from The Ohio State University on why Ben Franklin included instructions for at-home abortions in his reference book, The American Instructor.Bởi NPR
Russia was expected to dominate the skies over Ukraine. But Ukrainians are still shooting down helicopters and planes, making Russian pilots very wary about venturing into Ukrainian airspace.Bởi NPR
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz about how the city of Buffalo, New York, is responding to Saturday's shooting.Bởi KUOW Staff
NPR's Michel Martin talks with former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder about the debate over changes to the Supreme Court, which he advocates for in his book Our Unfinished March.Bởi KUOW Staff
Ukrainian feminists say their country came a long way, legally and culturally, in the past decade. Now advocates are trying to address sexual assault, economic hardship and other effects of the war.Bởi Anya Kamenetz
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Kathleen Belew, an assistant professor of history at the University of Chicago, on the threat of white supremacist movements in the U.S.Bởi KUOW Staff
The singer-songwriter talks about her new album Dance Fever, her creative process and her influences.Bởi Michel Martin