Best Jordana podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Susanna Fogel, Jordana Mollick and Adam Brody: Tribeca Film Festival
Rep. Eric Paulsen joins Paul and Jordana to talk about the Helsinki Summit and the Tweet he put out saying that President Trump was embarassing.
A judge ruled that a daycare provider who committed horrific events receive probation at her sentencing. Then, today is Prime Day. Learn bout the deals available on Amazon.
President Trump now says that the intelligence did get it right about Russia. Paul and Jordan chat with Rep. Eric Paulsen about is Tweet. Then, MGM resorts has now filed a lawsuit claiming no responsibility to the victims of the mass shooting in Las Vegas.
Frank Vascellaro with headlines of the day. Paul shares information about a Youth Science Day at the Science Museum of MN on Weather Therapy. Then, Paul and Jordana go Beyond the Headlines.
Paul and Jordana chat with Lon Harris of Inside Trump. They discuss todays summit with President Trump and Vladamir Putin and Trump's statement at the press conference about the intelligence on Russia's involvement in the 2016 election.
Lon Harris of Inside Trump discussed the Trump/Putin summit as well as President Trump's comments at his press conference on how intelligence got it wrong on Russian involvement in the 2016 election. Then, Paul and Jordana take your calls.
President Trump met with Vladmir Putin today. He then disputed any Russian influence during the 2016 election. Paul and Jordana take your calls, speak with a Republican pundit, then, talk about a new policy being considered at the U of M that will be more sensitive to gender pronouns.
Frank Vascellaro with Headlines of the day, Paul says this is the hottest first half of summer on record on Weather Therapy, then Paul and Jordana go Beyond the Headlines.
Paul talks about superstitions on Friday the 13th, Tim Lammers with movie reviews, and why are so many Minnesota churches closing. Star Tribune religious reporter Jean Hopfensperger tells Paul why.
Twelve Russian intelligence officers were indicted for hacking. Paul tells you how to stay safe at a public venue if severe weather strikes on Weahter Therapy. Then, Mike Max on U of M president Eric Kaler's decision to step down next year.
Listen to the sounds coming out of the NATO SUmmit today, Jearlyn Steele shares three fun things to do this weekend, then, more on NATO and what the President said today.
Angela Davis shares the headlines of the day, Paul talks about how the hot weather make us more dumb on Weather Therapy. Then, Paul and Jordana go Beyond the Headlines.
Paul and Jordana speak with a Canadian journalist about immigration policy in Canada. Then, Paul covers the severe weather taking place this afternoon.
Canada has significanly more immingrants than the US yet, they don't have the populist backlash that we have here. Paul and Jordana speak with Canadian journalist, Anthony Fury who covers immigration for Post Media.
Paul shares the story of how his father and family were almost killed by Russians when they lived in Germany.
Mike Max chats with Paul and Jordana about the Twins game, then, Paul and Jordana go Beyond the Headlines.
The city of Mpls. and St. Paul are renting scooters! This leads to new rules and regulations on use, right of way, parking, etc. Then, is grandma a racist? Do you find your parents or grandparents have a difficult time keeping politically correct or civil?
Frank Vascellaro with the headlines of the day. Paul talks about the heatwave on Weather Therapy, then, Paul and Jordana go Beyond the Headlines.
Paul and Jordana hear the pros and cons of Supreme Court nomineee Brett Kavanaugh, take your calls, then speak with Senator Tina Smith.
Paul and Jordana hear opinions for and against the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Senator Tina Smith speaks to Paul and Jordana about the Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh.
William Mitcheel law professor, Ana Acosta explains what could happened to the administration if they cannot meet tomorrows deadline to reunite the immigrant children with their parents.
A US delegation came out with surprising statement son breastfeeding then Group Therapy shares some interiesting advice letters.
Frank Vascellaro with the headlines of the day, Paul tallks about the Fireball meteor on Weather Therapy, then, Paul and Jordana go Beyond the Headlines.
Tonight President Trump will be breaking into prime time TV to announce the Supreme Court nominee. Then, tomorrow is the deadline to reunite immigrant children with their parents. What will happen to the administration if this can't happen?
The US Military is quietly discharging immigrant recruits, 36 counties are under a state of emrgency due to severe weather. Paul has the details on Weather Therapy. Then, Paul and Jordana go Beyond the Headlines.
MN Twins pitcher, Aaron Slegers chats with Paul and Jordana about his winning game last night, Tim Lammers with movie reviews, then, the tariffs go into affect today. This is being called the biggest trade war in history.
Denny Hecker is out of prison. Can he ever regain the public's trust? Thad Levine, GM of the MN Twins talks about the status of players and the disappointing season. Then, Paul and Jordana hear your happy on The Happy Hour.
Star Tribune reporter, Dee DePass tells the story of Denny Hecker, how he ended up in prison and how he will cope after his releas this week.
Thad Levine, MN Twins General Manager chats with Paul and Jordana about the upcoming non-waiver trade and the status of a few players.
Scott Pruitt is stepping down from the EPA, then, has affirmative action runs its course?
Angela Davis share headlines of the day, Paul talks about great days ahead on Weather Therapy, then, Paul and Jordana go Beyond the Headlines.
The DMV MNLARS computer system is costing taxpayers millions and not working as it should. Then, a MN United player recnetly came out. He shares why with Paul and Jordana.
What is going on with the MNLARS computer system at the DMV? Over $100 million in taxpayer money has been spent on this system and it still doesn't work. Joel Alter, the director of Special reviews with the Office of Legislative Auditor explains why they are investigating thie problems.
BOTH SIDES OF THE ENBRIDGE PIPELINE DEBATE The Public Utilities Commission on Thursday unanimously approved a 2.6 billion-dollar pipeline that the Canadian oil company Enbridge wants to build across northern Minnesota. The “certificate of need” was granted to construct a replacement for Line 3, which was built in the 1960s. The P-U-C also appro ...…
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Angela Davis from WCCO TV previews tonight's newscasts Weather Therapy-Weekend heat/storms, July 4 forecast, and special guest Paul Magers Beyond the Headlines
Thailand Soccer Team and Coach found alive in a cave after 9 days Eagles concert – Paul attended Saturday and talks about it Bill Schneider – Political Analyst Bill Schneider, a leading political analyst, has covered American politics and every presidential election since 1964. Some democrats are calling for the abolishment of ICE. He joins Pau ...…
Paul and Jordana learn about the $5.2 million it will cost for the black out windows at US Bank Stadium for the Final Four. Then, Kris Atteberry previews the Twins game.
Frank Vascellaro with headlines of the day, Paul talks about the heat on Weather Therapy, Rep. Erik Paul on the flopped GOP immigration bill, then, Mike Max on sports.
Justice Kennedy abnnounced he will retire. Who will President Trump nominate? Then, Rick Nelson shares the next venture for Trevail Restaurant.
Paul and Jordana take calls on Mayor Melvin Carters decision to nix the fireworks this Fourth of July. Mayor Carter joins them, then, SCOTUS ruled that public employees cannot be compelled to pay union dues as a condition of employment.
Rep. Erik Paulsen chat with Paul and Jordana about the GOP immigration bill thast went down in flames. Paul and Jordana also share statements from some of our congressional leaders.
This hour Paul & Jordana visit with: Mica Grimm: Leader in Black Lives Matter movement on Philando Castile's death being exploited by Russian trolls. Rep. Keith Ellison shares his reaction to the Supreme Court's ruling on the travel ban
Frank Vascellaro with a look at today's headlines Weather Therapy: Another hot & sticky 4th of July is on the way Beyond the Headlines Mike Max with Sports
Paul & Jordana start the show by getting reaction from listeners on today's Supreme Court ruling regarding the travel ban. Later in the hour Dr. Stephen Dahmer joins to show to talk about the FDA approving the first prescription drug made from marijuana
Andy Mannix of the Star Tribune talked about the increased use of Ketamine by the Mpls Police. Then, a division of the American Library Association wants Laura Ingalls Wilder's name removed from an award for children's literature.
Andy Mannix of the Star Tribune spoke with Paul and Jordana about the Ketamine use by the Mpls Police.
Star Tribune reporter, Jennifer Brooks gives Paul and Jordana inside details of President Trump's visit to Duluth then, the Happy Hour.
Today is Bring Your Dog to Work Day, the recent rain has caused some adverse problems. Paul covers that on Weather Therapy, then Paul and Jordana go Beyond the Headlines.