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Start your morning with news that matters in just 10 minutes. Our host Niala Boodhoo and a team of award-winning journalists will bring you the latest scoops from the White House and Congress, analysis on the economy and insight into the trends shaping your world -- from China to AI, and all the forces shaping the next five years. And it’s all delivered in Smart Brevity® - a clinical, concise coverage style that respects your time. About Axios: Axios is a digital media company launched in 20 ...
 
Each weekday afternoon, Axios unpacks the biggest story of the day and why it matters. We'll take you inside the accelerating forces, technologies and trends that are remaking your world and work. About Axios: Axios is a digital media company launched in 2017. Axios - which means “worthy” in Greek - helps you become smarter, faster with news and information across politics, tech, business, media, science and the world. Subscribe to our newsletters at axios.com/newsletters and download our mo ...
 
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On this holiday, we've got One Big Thing: what the Axios Today team is thankful for and why. Spend a few minutes with us for our bonus Thanksgiving episode! Credits: Axios Today is produced in partnership with Pushkin Industries. The team includes Niala Boodhoo, Sara Kehaulani Goo, Julia Redpath, Alexandra Botti, Nuria Marquez Martinez, Alex Sugiur…
 
This year, the Thanksgiving turkey pipeline is experiencing supply chain problems, much like many industries and delivery systems in the U.S.To understand exactly what's happening and where, Axios Local teams in Iowa, Minnesota, and Arkansas teamed up to talk to a top producers of animal feed, check in on one of the nation's biggest turkey producer…
 
Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed - a Nobel Peace Prize winning politician - has said he’ll lead troops who are fighting rebels in the Tigray region of the country in what he’s calling "the final fight" to save Ethopia. Meanwhile, the Biden administration is warning of a potential humanitarian crisis there that could destabilize the entire regio…
 
As America's political polarization has intensified, it's hit many families hard, particularly when it comes time to share a holiday meal. Kirsten Powers is a USA Today columnist and CNN analyst with a new book out, "Saving Grace," which explores how people can adjust their own behavior and expectations when spending time around those with whom the…
 
With Thanksgiving around the corner, COVID cases in the U.S. are rising in most states and across the country as a whole: by 20 percent over the past two weeks. That has us asking what role testing is going to play in keeping ourselves and our families safe for the holidays. Plus, Jerome Powell is nominated for a second term to lead the Fed. And, w…
 
Earlier this month, the data-analytics company Tableau announced a goal to help enable 10 million data learners over the next five years. But where do they begin? And how does data literacy go beyond software? Axios Re:Cap host Hope King is joined by CEO of software company Tableau’s Mark Nelson to discuss the role of data in our future. Learn more…
 
Closing arguments are expected to begin today in the murder trial of Travis and Gregory McMichael and William Bryan, the three men accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery in Brunswick, Georgia. This comes just a few days after Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty in the fatal shooting of two people at demonstrations in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Though the case…
 
In our latest installment of the Hard Truths series examining systemic racism in the U.S., we look at the renewed push to diversify children’s TV shows. Guests: Axios reporter Oriana Gonzalez. Credits: “Axios Today” is brought to you by Axios and Pushkin Industries. This episode was produced by Nuria Marquez Martinez and edited by Alexandra Botti. …
 
A new Morning Consult poll found that nearly 40% of people who traveled for business pre-pandemic predict they'll never take a business trip again. If that's true, it would be a massive blow to the airline industry, which has long used business travel to essentially subsidize fares. Axios Re:Cap host Erica Pandey is joined by Morning Consult travel…
 
The FDA is likely to sign off shortly on the Pfizer booster shot for everyone 18 and over, but many cities and states like New York City and California have already made boosters available to all adults. We look at what we do and don't know about who should get boosters and what kind is best. Plus, President Biden meets with his North American coun…
 
For three months straight, retail sales have been on the rise — despite inflation being up as well. Meanwhile, supply chain issues and consumer demand are leaving some stores with bare shelves. To understand how all these trends can coexist and what they say about the state of retail, Axios Re:Cap host Erica Pandey is joined by retail industry anal…
 
More than 100,000 people died of an overdose in the 12 month period ending in April of this year, according to CDC data. Plus, the House issues a rare censure of a Republican lawmaker. And, a debate in Washington over who authorizes military force. Guests: Andrew Kolodny, medical director for opioid policy research at Brandeis University and Axios'…
 
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen warned in a letter to lawmakers on Tuesday that the federal government will run out of money to pay its bills as soon as Dec. 15 if the debt ceiling is not suspended or raised.One idea to ensure the government does not default, even if the debt ceiling is not raised, is to mint a trillion-dollar coin. Yellen has call…
 
Tensions are rising in Eastern Europe, on the border between Belarus and Poland. Yesterday, Polish police began using water cannons and tear gas against people trying to cross into the country. For weeks now, thousands of migrants from Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan have been waiting at the border in an attempt to enter the European Union, in what EU …
 
Pfizer announced on Tuesday it will allow low and middle-income countries to make and distribute the company’s COVID-19 pill inexpensively. The move is an attempt to increase the global supply in 95 poorer nations.While the deal helps treat patients, the company has not made the same decision when it comes to its COVID-19 vaccine. Axios Re:Cap host…
 
People who have health insurance but get sick with diseases that require out-of-network care can face staggering costs. Plus, the future of at-home COVID testing. And, Florida’s special legislative session against mask and vaccine mandates. Guests: Axios' Bob Herman, Kia Kokalitcheva and Selene San Felice. Credits: Axios Today is produced in partne…
 
Last week brought a spate of updates on SpaceX's programs. There was a major test of its Starship engines, the spacecraft that could someday be used to bring humans to the moon. SpaceX’s Crew2 mission to and from the International Space Station returned safely. And finally, Axios Space reporter Miriam Kramer caught up with SpaceX’s first all-civili…
 
House Democrats continue to push for a vote of that nearly two trillion dollar Build Back Better spending bill. After months of wrangling, no date has been set and passage of President Biden’s massive agenda remains in question. So one question we’re asking this morning is: Is all the momentum lost? Plus, IBM’s quantum computing ambitions. And, Con…
 
Johnson & Johnson is facing two multibillion-dollar threats from court cases related to its role in the opioid epidemic and allegations its baby powder contained asbestos. To contend with the liabilities, the company is deploying legal tactics used in bankruptcy cases, including a relatively rare type of merger. Axios Re:Cap host Felix Salmon is jo…
 
President Biden last August announced the end of America’s 20-year war in Afghanistan. But for the 800,000 American service members who participated in America’s longest war, the devastating psychological and physical effects can last for decades. On this Veterans Day, we're bringing you veterans' stories from a new podcast called Third Squad. Gues…
 
Wednesday’s release of the Consumer Price Index confirmed that inflation is up, with prices jumping 6.2% in the last year. It’s the largest increase the U.S. has experienced in three decades, and it’s certain to impact not just how consumers are spending but also how they vote. Axios Re:Cap host Felix Salmon digs into what these numbers could mean …
 
Yesterday we talked about American pessimism around the economy. But as our latest Axios-Ipsos poll shows, we are optimistic about some things like the state of the pandemic. According to our poll, Americans are more likely to think that going back to normal life is now a low to moderate risk. That same poll found that most Americans are happy with…
 
General Electric was once considered the most valuable company in the world, a conglomerate that spanned industries and was respected specifically for its management prowess. But over the last two decades, the company has imploded in slow motion. On Tuesday, GE announced it would break into three distinct companies, marking the beginning of the end…
 
The October jobs report showed that job creation is roaring back. 531,000 jobs were added last month and unemployment fell to 4.6% - a pandemic low. This was good news for economists and experts who have been tracking our recovery but for the average American, these data points are getting lost in what Felix Salmon calls “economic pessimism.” Plus,…
 
The pandemic-era shift towards work-from-home has put an unprecedented demand on housing markets in cities like Charlotte, North Carolina. Axios Re:Cap host Felix Salmon digs into how this hot housing market dynamic is playing out on the ground, what factors are at play and how they interact with Axios Charlotte reporter Danielle Chemtob. Learn mor…
 
Over the weekend, a federal appeals court temporarily suspended enforcement of President Biden’s vaccine mandate for private employers. This came shortly after the Biden administration set January 4th as the deadline for companies with more than 100 workers to get their employees vaccinated or start regular testing. Plus, Houston authorities invest…
 
The pandemic and its impact on the economy have given President Biden a rare opportunity to spend so big it would expand key programs all Americans rely on. To understand how Biden’s spending packages stack up against FDR’s New Deal of the 1930s, Dwight D. Eisenhower’s notion of the Interstate highway system and Lyndon B. Johnson’s Great Society, A…
 
Yesterday, we talked about President Biden's plans on prescription drug prices and what that could mean for all of us. Another key platform the president campaigned on was taxing the rich, but that's complicated. Plus, behind the scenes of the UN Climate Conference. And, more reasons working moms feel like throwing in the towel. Guests: Axios' Feli…
 
President Biden Thursday announced a Jan 4, 2022, deadline for vaccine mandate compliance for companies with over 100 workers. Axios Re:Cap host Margaret Talev digs into what this deadline will mean for employers, workers and especially those who work in health care settings with Axios Vitals author and health care editor Tina Reed. Learn more abou…
 
Motor vehicle crash fatalities spiked in the first six months of this year. In fact it’s the biggest half-year rise on record. That’s according to new data from the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), and it's something Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg is calling “a crisis.” Plus, inside New Jersey’s nail-biter electi…
 
Following Democrat losses in an off-year election cycle Tuesday night, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi Wednesday afternoon sent around a “Dear Colleague” letter intended to rally Democrats on Capitol Hill. To understand the message Pelosi sent and where her party’s progressive and moderate factions go from here, Axios Re:Cap host Margaret Talev i…
 
The Republican Party saw some key wins in yesterday’s elections, particularly in Virginia where candidate Glenn Youngkin was elected governor. Is this a warning to Democrats for 2022? Plus, Minneapolis rejects a ballot measure to overhaul the city’s police. And, global climate commitments so far at Cop26. Guests: Axios' Mike Allen, Torey Van Oot, a…
 
A slew of revelations about Facebook’s internal decision-making had many thinking the tech giant could face additional scrutiny and regulations. Instead, it appears in the wake of those stories, Facebook will plow ahead with its plans to play a bigger and more integral role in the lives of millions who use its services and platforms. Axios Re:Cap h…
 
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