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The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment.
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We discuss the Oath Keepers trial, Donald Trump's dinner with a far-right activist and early voter turnout is accelerating in the Georgia Senate runoff.By WOSU Public Media
Greg Bluestein of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution sets up next week’s Georgia Senate runoff between Democratic incumbent Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker. Regardless of the outcome, Democrats are assured of control of the Senate. PLUS: Trump’s “My Dinner with Bigots.” Music heard in this week’s episode: Brain Damage by Pin…
On Cincinnati Edition, we spend the full hour with political journalist Ken Rudin. We will take your phone calls at 513-419-7100 and emails at email@example.com. The show starts at noon.
This year 'Funky Winkerbean' celebrates its 50th anniversary and on Dec 31 Tom Batiuk will retire the comic strip.
Justin Green, considered the father of autobiographical comics, died earlier this year. His partner and daughter put together an immersive retrospective of his work.
Atlantic staff writer Clint Smith traveled to Germany to see how the country continues to memorialize the atrocities of the Holocaust, and how that can inform the ways America reckons with the sins of our history.By WOSU Public Media
Demand for mental health services continues to grow across demographic groups, but nearly 8 out of 10 of the nearly 200,000 therapists at work in the U.S. are white.By WOSU Public Media
It's our literary hour today on Cincinnati Edition. Our guest experts answer your questions about what to read this season.
We talk to experts about what you need to know when choosing Medicare plans during open enrollment.
Today, a tech savvy parent with a bit of money to spend can monitor almost every aspect of their baby’s health around the clock.
Susan Eisenhower reflects on the legacy of her grandfather, former President Dwight D. Eisenhower, in her 2020 book How Ike Led: The Principles Behind Eisenhower’s Biggest Decisions.
Winter chill is no excuse to stay indoors and miss out on some incredible views of the night sky.
The so-called lame-duck session began last week. One of the biggest priorities of the Republican-led agenda: How to spend $10 billion in COVID-relief dollars.
The St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy is looking to expand.
Pediatricians are dealing with an early flu season on top of RSV cases in children and continuing COVID cases.
The votes were still being counted but the news was being made elsewhere. Donald Trump announced his candidacy but then was hit with two bombshells: The Justice Department named a special counsel to investigate the national security documents he took to Mar-a-Lago and his role in the January 6th insurrection, AND the Supreme Court said his tax retu…
On Cincinnati Edition's pet show, our panel of experts answer your questions and share advice for caring for your pets.
The area of eastern Ohio known as The Wilds is one of the largest conservation parks in the country. The 10,000-acre spread has undergone massive transformations from its prehistoric beginning to farmland to strip mining and now preserve.By WOSU Public Media
Once jokingly referred to as McPaper, USA Today debuted 40 years ago. We’ll look at the impact USA Today has had on newspapers and the future of daily papers in today's changing media landscape.
Taylor Swift’s upcoming tour was expected to break records and broke Ticketmaster instead. We’ve come to expect the food we purchase to have nutrition fact labels. Soon smart devices will have something similar.By WOSU Public Media
Antisemitic and racist graffiti turned up on an Ohio State University building last week amid a wave of hate symbols and speech cropping up on college campuses.