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Saturday, September 19, 2020

Listen to Saturday, September 19, 2020The leader of the liberal wing of the Supreme Court, and a champion of equal rights for women, has died from complications from pancreatic cancer. Many are mourning her death as both Republicans and Democrats prepare for a political battle over her replacement.

Friday, September 18, 2020

Listen to Friday, September 18, 2020President Trump says left-wing indoctrination in American schools is teaching kids to hate their country. He will sign an executive order to establish a commission promoting "patriotic education." The move is a reaction to a growing push by some academics for schools to teach an American history that better acknowledges systemic racism. Also, the race in Florida is tightening and Latino voters there are being targeted by alarming messages and conspiracy theories on social media. And, the attack on Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny has revived a feud over the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline between Russia and Germany.

Thursday, September 17, 2020

Listen to Thursday, September 17, 2020President Trump disputes the CDC director's testimony to congressional leaders on a coronavirus vaccine timeline and masks. Also, the spokesman for the Department of Health and Human Services is taking a leave of absence after he falsely accused government scientists of engaging in "sedition" and "sacrificing lives" for political gain. And, tropical depression Sally is slowly moving inland after it smashed into the coast of Alabama and Florida as a Category 2 Hurricane. Torrential rain brought historic flooding leaving half a million people without power.

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Listen to Wednesday, September 16, 2020Six months into the Covid-19 pandemic, the US still doesn't have enough personal protective equipment. Also, a whistleblower complaint alleges that medical staff at an ICE detention center sterilized women without their informed consent. And, congressional report into two Boeing 737 MAX plane crashes that killed a total of 346 people finds damning evidence of failures by Boeing and the FAA.

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Listen to Tuesday, September 15, 2020More than three million acres are burning in over twenty separate fires across the state of California. President Trump denies climate change is involved, despite warnings from climate experts that the worst is yet to come. Also, there are four storms brewing in the Atlantic Basin as communities along the Gulf of Mexico brace for the impact of Hurricane Sally. And, Israeli's Prime Minister will be at the White House today to sign deals to formally establish diplomatic relations with both the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. President Trump is toting it as diplomatic breakthrough.

Monday, September 14, 2020

Listen to Monday, September 14, 2020Wildfires have burned millions of acres in California, Oregon and Washington state, killing at least 30 people. Also, All Things Considered co-host Mary Louise Kelly sat down with journalist Bob Woodward about his new book about President Trump entitled Rage. And, Pennsylvania was key to Trump 2016 victory. With 50 days util the election, polls show Biden leading there.

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