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December 3, 2022
The US job market is strong with employers adding more than a quarter million jobs a month. Georgia gears up for its Tuesday Senate runoff. And the U.S. faces the Netherlands in the knockout stage of the World Cup.
Friday, December 2, 2022
Felony tax fraud trial of the Trump Organization winds down. Supreme Court to hear Biden's student loan forgiveness plan. Sofa stuffed with cash leads to calls for South Africa's president to resign.
Thursday, December 1, 2022
The West will impose more sanctions on Russian oil to defund its war in Ukraine. France's Macron is guest at Biden's first state dinner. FTX founder ignores his lawyers' advice and takes questions.
November 30, 2022
Prosecutors get rare seditious conspiracy conviction in Jan. 6 case. NATO foreign ministers meet on Ukraine. Republicans join Democrats on same-sex marriage bill; will they do the same on rail strike?
November 29, 2022
China cracks down on protesters. Supreme Court to hear arguments over how to enforce immigration laws. After battling off the pitch, Team USA and Iran face off in the World Cup.
Monday, November 28, 2022
Chinese people protest government's COVID lockdown. Democrats rush to pass bills before Republicans take over the House. Voting starts in Georgia in runoff for final unresolved Senate seat.
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Used to love it but can they ever talk about anything besides January 6th? It’s like a parrot that just repeats the same few words its entire life.
I listen to this daily. My only problem is that Rachel weighs in too much with what is clearly her opinion. Sometimes it is just a long “hmmmm.” Podcast has great content but Rachel needs to limit her extra sentence here and there. I don’t want to hear her enthusiasm or dislikes. Example, on 11/22/22 episode she laughs at the end of the railroad strike story and says leverage. Annoying.