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Catch up on the biggest stories of the day from Washington with interviews and analysis from leading journalists. Posted weekdays at 6:30 pm ET. From C-SPAN, the network that brings you the "Q&A" podcast.

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Catch up on the biggest stories of the day from Washington with interviews and analysis from leading journalists. Posted weekdays at 6:30 pm ET. From C-SPAN, the network that brings you the "Q&A" podcast.

    Speaker Johnson at Columbia Univ denounces antisemitism of Gaza protesters

    Speaker Johnson at Columbia Univ denounces antisemitism of Gaza protesters

    President Biden signs into law the $95 billion foreign aid bill for Ukraine, Israel, Palestinians and Taiwan, interview with Washington Post's Shira Ovide on potential TikTok app ban in foreign aid law (10), Speaker Johnson visits Columbia University and calls for school president to resign for not protecting Jewish students during pro-Palestinian protests, Supreme Court hears oral argument in case pitting Idaho's restrictive abortion law against a federal law requiring emergency care, Transportation Secretary Buttigieg outlines new rules requiring automatic cash refunds if an airline flight is cancelled or seriously delayed.
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    Senate poised to join House in passing $95B for Ukraine, Israel, Taiwan

    Senate poised to join House in passing $95B for Ukraine, Israel, Taiwan

    Senate is on a path to pass a $95 billion bill to aid Ukraine, Israel & Taiwan, and potentially ban TikTok in the U.S., former President Trump blames President Biden for pro-Palestinian protests on U.S. college campuses, President Biden in Florida talks about six-week abortion ban about to take effect, Supreme Court hears cases on immigration law and labor law.
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    President Biden announces solar power grants on Earth Day, Supreme Court hears case on anti-homeless camping law

    President Biden announces solar power grants on Earth Day, Supreme Court hears case on anti-homeless camping law

    Earth Day: President Biden announces solar power grants, Sen. Murkowski (R-AK) on new oil & gas drilling restrictions in Alaska, Supreme Court case challenging Oregon city anti-homeless camping law, Members of Congress on pro-Palestinian protests at Columbia University, Secretary of State Blinken on new report on Israel's human rights record.
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    Weekend Edition: Jurors, China, & Toxic Politics

    Weekend Edition: Jurors, China, & Toxic Politics

    First - As jury selection in the Trump Manhattan Criminal trial resumes - we'll be joined by Harvard University law professor Ronald Sullivan -- to break down the process and challenges in finding impartial jurors.

    Then – Brookings Institution's Ryan Hass will discuss President Biden's call this week for higher tariffs on Chinese steel and aluminum products -- and key policy differences between him and his predecessor on U.S. trade with China.

    Plus – journalist and author Ken Walsh discusses his new book "The Architects of Toxic Politics in America: Venom and Vitriol"

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    More House Dems than GOP vote to advance aid to Ukraine, Israel & Taiwan

    More House Dems than GOP vote to advance aid to Ukraine, Israel & Taiwan

    House passes debate rules on four foreign policy bills, including $61 billion for Ukraine, group of House Republicans threatening to remove Speaker Johnson say they have another co-sponsor, Senate faces midnight deadline to reauthorize FISA Section 702 spying power, Secretary of State Blinken says U.S. looks to deescalate Israel-Iran conflict, President Biden speaks to IBEW conference, Donald Trump complains about gag order at hush money criminal trial in NYC.
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    • 49 min
    Speaker Johnson says he will not make it harder to remove a Speaker

    Speaker Johnson says he will not make it harder to remove a Speaker

    Speaker Mike Johnson says he will not raise the threshold to bring a motion to oust him, Senate starts FISA Section 702 spying authority reauthorization debate, Senate votes against repealing Biden Administration's emissions standards that promote electric vehicles, Kennedy family members endorse Biden-Harris reelection.
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    • 48 min

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