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Alison Roman, NY Times food writer, joins us along with panelists Maeve Higgins, Tom Bodett, and Helen Hong.
Weekly Roundup: Friday, November 13
This week: the Republican debate that was, the Democratic debate that will be, a tough moment on the trail for Hillary Clinton, and what's happening with student protests at the University of Missouri and beyond. Plus what the NPR Politics team just 'can't let go' this week. This episode: Sam Sanders, campaign reporter; Tamara Keith, White House correspondent; Danielle Kurtzleben, digital political reporter; Ron Elving, editor and correspondent. Find the team on Twitter @nprpolitics and at npr.org/politics.
"We had plenty of ethical fun."
Jon and Dan talk about Obama's farewell and Trump's press conference. Then, former Obama ethics czar Norm Eisen joins to talk about Trump's decision to retain ownership of his business empire.
Winter means snow, cuddly rom-coms...and brutal head colds. Nothing a little Z-Pak won’t fix...WRONG. That’s exactly what the superbugs want you to do. Our antibiotic misuse is contributing to the global rise of an unseen, deadly force: antibiotic-resistant superbugs. We hear from a mother and daughter with direct experience with these terrifying new strains of bacteria. Dr. Abdul El-Sayed then explains how the pharmaceutical industry’s broken incentives and the government’s failure to change them have left us without the new antibiotics we need to take them on—putting us behind in the arms-race against these highly-evolved killers.
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Chris Hedges on Impeachment, Plus Matt's Take on Whistleblowers
Journalist Chris Hedges joins the show to talk about impeachment and war reporting, plus Matt talks about his column on the Ukrainegate "whistleblower"
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Ep. 876 - A Real Constitutional Crisis
The Trump administration pledges to stonewall Congress, Hillary Clinton signals some interest in 2020, and the Turks begin their attack on the Kurds. Date: 10-10-2019
Bonus Bag Man, Episode 1: An Unsettling Secret
He was brash. Politically incorrect. An “outsider” political candidate who rose to the White House, out of nowhere, with a reputation as a “counter-puncher.” But Vice President Spiro Agnew was also something else… an active criminal whose secrets were about to be exposed. What happens when a “counter-puncher” in the White House suddenly sees his political future directly threatened by investigators inside his own Justice Department?Reference links, transcripts and more at MSNBC.com/BagMan.Contact us via e-mail at BagManPod@gmail.com.
The Lawyer and the Mobster
Jack Goldsmith thinks his stepfather has long been unjustly suspected of being involved in the disappearance of the influential labor organizer Jimmy Hoffa. Noah Feldman speaks to him about his new book "In Hoffa's Shadow: A Stepfather, a Disappearance in Detroit, and My Search for the Truth."
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Behind the North Korean curtain
Interview with Rep. Elissa Slotkin
Chris goes one on one with Representative Elissa Slotkin
Live Special: Are the Democrats Ready to Get Radical?
In this special, live-recorded episode of Deconstructed, Mehdi Hasan is joined by a panel of leftist lawmakers and advocates, Sen. Jeff Merkley, California Congressman Ro Khanna, CNN political commentator Symone Sanders, and Nina Turner, the founder of Our Revolution. Together, these panelists discuss whether the Democrats will take a left turn and use their impending House majority to not just restrain or even impeach Donald Trump, but to push for a bolder, more progressive agenda?
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