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Each week The Intercept’s Washington, D.C. bureau brings you one important or overlooked story from the political world. Bureau Chief Ryan Grim and a rotating cast of journalists, politicians, academics and historians tell you what the rest of the media are missing.
 
Indianapolis Monthly's weekly podcast covers the biggest stories in the city and state, while featuring its biggest personalities and pointing you to its best... well, everything. Each week, IM's digital editor Derek Robertson and a revolving panel of guests will host conversations on politics, sports, crime, lifestyle, entertainment, restaurants, culture, business, as well as the people, places, and ideas that make the Circle City go around.
 
Statehouse Blend Kansas explores the inner workings of Kansas politics and government. Host Jim McLean of the Kansas News Service talks each week with people at the center of key debates. You'll hear from lawmakers, advocates and regular Kansans. And you'll stay up to date on what's happening in Topeka throughout the legislative session.
 
River to River is a conversation about the news with an Iowa perspective. Together we dig into the story behind the headlines - we talk with newsmakers and a diverse range of experts to find out how the news affects you. We take on challenging topics, explore issues from all sides, and foster conversation and understanding.
 
In the first season of My Fellow Kansans, we examined the forces and consequences of Kansas politics, the history behind it and the likelihood of another course-changing election in 2018. In season two, we explored the past, present and future of rural Kansas, because it too has a storied past. But as once-thriving towns continue to shrink, does it have a future? That, fellow Kansans, depends on whom you ask. Subscribe to My Fellow Kansans wherever you listen to podcasts.
 
Join Steve Wallace, Esq. and Celena Muzic of The Wallace Law Group, PL (https://www.thewallacelawgroup.com) as they interview the best minds in the legal, real estate, political, business, sports, medical and mental health world. These panel of experts will tackle the pressing issues of the day. Hosts Wallace and Muzic aren’t afraid to also lighten the mood by asking their guests their opinions about pop cultural, sports and entertainment.Please subscribe to our podcast through your favorite ...
 
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Earlier this week Sen. Tom Carper of Delaware led a congressional delegation to a Texas immigration detention facility housing children who arrived unaccompanied at the border. Also on the trip was Rep. Veronica Escobar of Texas, who joins Ryan Grim to talk about the present and future of U.S. immigration policy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy a…
 
If Joe Biden is looking for inspiration on immigration policy, he might look to a speech he gave in 2013 when he was inducted into the Irish America Hall of Fame. The then-Vice President talked of how his own ancestors found refuge in the US and how the immigration policies of the time made it possible for their entire family to join them and escap…
 
The Washington Post's John Feinstein has done just about all you can in a journalism career, starting out as a night reporter under Bob Woodward (yes, that Bob Woodward), writing some of the best-selling sports non-fiction of all time, and even recently "pivoting to video" with his popular "Storytime" web series. This week he joined the Monthly Wee…
 
Historian James P Byrd of Vanderbilt University joins host Marty Duren in a conversation about how the Bible was used to support both North and South in the Civil War. James P. Byrd is Professor of American Religious History, Chair of the Graduate Department of Religion, and Associate Dean for Graduate Education and Research. He earned his master’s…
 
In his first press conference as president, Joe Biden decided not to address his decision to continue to seek the extradition of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange from the United Kingdom. The outcome of the Assange case could set a major new precedent on press freedom, yet the press largely seems uninterested in it. Ryan Grim talks to Daniel Ellsber…
 
This week, IM's dining editor Julia Spalding takes the reins of the Monthly Weekly to catch up with Carlos Salazar, a veteran of favorites like Rook and Oakleys Bistro and one of Indiana's top young chefs. Carlos and Julia talk about his endlessly innovative menus, what it's been like to survive last year's relentless restaurant closures, and how A…
 
Anthropologist and aid expert Tim Schwartz joins host Marty Duren in a conversation about good efforts going bad in the world of humanitarian aid. Tim Schwartz is the Director of Research for SocioDig, a Haiti-based independent research firm. He has conducted research and worked on the island of Hispaniola for 27 years. He has also worked and done …
 
-March Madness is here in Indy, we speak with Mayor Joe Hogsette about the impact the big dance will have on the city -State and local health officials try ramp up vaccinations across the state -We also hear from Fisher's Mayor Scott Fadness -We also talk about Indiana's newest Secretary of State Holli Sullivan…
 
Host Ben Kieffer speaks with Iowa Public Radio reporters about the number of bills advancing in the Iowa Legislature, the suspension of Iowa City’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission and updates on the battle against COVID-19. Also, a conversation about a Burmese poet being detained in Myanmar.By Ben Kieffer, Matthew Alvarez, Jason Burns
 
This week New Jersey congressman Frank Pallone, the chairman of the powerful Energy and Commerce Committee, gave the legislative push for single-payer healthcare a major boost by announcing that he would be co-sponsoring the proposed Medicare for All bill and holding a hearing on it sometime in the current term. Pramila Jayapal, Chair of the Congre…
 
A motorist tells a 911 dispatcher that he was almost struck by a vehicle allegedly driven by Senate Majority Leader Gene Suellentrop, R-Wichita. Suellentrop was accused of going the wrong way on Interstate 70 Tuesday morning and was booked on charges of driving under the influence. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Public theologian Bruce Ashford joins Marty Duren in a conversation about how to do theology in the public square. Bruce Ashford is a Fellow in Public Theology at the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics (Cambridge, UK), a participant in the Dulles Colloquium of the Institute on Religion & Public Life, and a trustee at the Institute for Relig…
 
This week local sportswriter Dustin Dopirak of the Daily Hoosier joins the Monthly Weekly to break down this year's NCAA tournament, taking place entirely within the confines of the Hoosier State. Dopirak previews the on-court action, from the numerous high-profile first-round matchups to the potential ceiling for Indiana's only team in the tournam…
 
Zoe LaVerne, the Greenwood 19-year-old with nearly 20 million followers on the social media platform TikTok, is a magnet for drama. Fortunately, drama is her business, earning her in the high six figures for the short videos that capture her dancing, drama, and day-to-day life. The author Lili Wright profiled LaVerne in our March issue, and she joi…
 
On Saturday, a year after Bernie Sanders won the Nevada caucuses, a slate of progressive candidates swept elections for leadership positions in the state Party. Ryan Grim talks to activist Keenan Korth and to Judith Whitmer, Nevada State Democratic Party Chair, about how they out organized establishment Democrats. See acast.com/privacy for privacy …
 
Vaccine requirements open up in Indiana, and Governor Holcomb weighs in. We also hear from Senator Mike Braun, Congressman Jim Baird and Indiana advocacy groups about the president's stimulus bill. Plus, we have reactions from Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett and Indiana Council Minority Leader Bryan Mowery about the report on last year's riots.…
 
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