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One of the original business news podcasts. Mirrored after the popular Wall Street Journal column. Get caught up on your commute Monday through Friday. Listen as our journalists cover top stories and share timely insights on business, the economy, markets, and politics.

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One of the original business news podcasts. Mirrored after the popular Wall Street Journal column. Get caught up on your commute Monday through Friday. Listen as our journalists cover top stories and share timely insights on business, the economy, markets, and politics.

    Coronavirus Vaccine Sent for Human Testing As Outbreak Grows

    Coronavirus Vaccine Sent for Human Testing As Outbreak Grows

    A.M. Edition for February 25th: The first experimental coronavirus vaccine was sent by Moderna Therapeutics for testing by U.S. regulators - Peter Loftus has more on the novel technology behind it. Plus, Quentin Webb on continued investor angst over efforts to contain the outbreak and Julie Bykowicz with what to watch for in tonight's Democratic debate in South Carolina. Kim Gittleson hosts.
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    • 12 min
    Markets Tumble as Coronavirus Cases Spread

    Markets Tumble as Coronavirus Cases Spread

    P.M. Edition for February 24th: The Dow falls more than 1,000 points amid reports the coronavirus is spreading in more countries outside of Asia. Paul Vigna examines the markets' reaction to the outbreak, and Betsy McKay explains what's being done to contain it. Charlie Turner hosts.
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    • 16 min
    Bernie Sanders Looks Ahead After Nevada Win

    Bernie Sanders Looks Ahead After Nevada Win

    A.M. Edition for February 24th: Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders won a resounding victory in Nevada's caucuses - Emily Glazer has the key takeaways from the race. Plus, Eric Sylvers on the spread of the coronavirus outbreak to Italy, Mike Bird on the global market reaction to the spread of the virus, and Jason Douglas outside a very noisy London court, where Julian Assange's extradition hearing kicks off. Kim Gittleson hosts.
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    • 13 min
    Why Philadelphia Matters for the November Election

    Why Philadelphia Matters for the November Election

    P.M. Edition for February 21st: Philadelphia typically votes heavily for Democrats, but Wall Street Journal reporter Scott Calvert explains why presidential candidates shouldn't take the city of brotherly love for granted. The jury in Harvey Weinstein's criminal trial reaches a decision on some charges but deadlocks on two others. And Wells Fargo will pay $3 billion to settle investigations over its long-running fake-accounts scandal. Janet Babin hosts.
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    • 16 min
    Caution Signs for Democrats Seeking African-American Support

    Caution Signs for Democrats Seeking African-American Support

    A.M. Edition for Friday, February 21st: A new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds Democratic presidential candidates would do well to boost their support among African-American voters. The Wall Street Journal's Josh Jamerson fills us in. Plus, E*Trade's stock pops after it finds a buyer. More from WSJ's Paul Vigna. Charlie Turner hosts.
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    • 14 min
    Roger Stone Sentenced; Far-Right Terror Attack in Germany

    Roger Stone Sentenced; Far-Right Terror Attack in Germany

    P.M. Edition for February 20th: President Trump isn't pardoning longtime ally Roger Stone - at least not yet. Aruna Viswanantha has the details. Plus, Wednesday's deadly shootings in Germany are fueling a tense political debate over the rise of far-right extremism. Bojan Pancevsky reports from Berlin. Annmarie Fertoli hosts.
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    • 14 min

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