The coronavirus pandemic ranks among one of the most consequential stories ever covered by The Associated Press in its 170-year history. Go inside the hard-hit areas and all the places in between with AP’s global team of journalists as the world tries to stem the spread of the virus. Five days a week, hosted by AP's Ralph Russo.
AP's coverage of the 2020 election doesn't stop. We continue to present special episodes of Ground Game: Election 2020 in this feed as well.
Original. Unbiased. Fact based. That’s what you get with the latest political news from The Associated Press. The AP’s Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace offers fresh insights and observations as she talks with newsmakers, reporters and editors on the biggest stories of the election. It’s the news you need from the ground up as America prepares to vote in Election 2020.
Will Trump’s COVID-19 Response Decide the Election?
As states across the U.S. begin to loosen social distancing measures, President Donald Trump seems eager to resume his campaign rallies as presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden looks relatively strong in polls. “Ground Game” co-hosts Julie Pace and Ralph Russo wrap up this podcast series by talking about the future of the campaign, the symbolism of the national conventions and the November vote as a referendum on Trump’s handing of the pandemic.
Pandemic As Muse
Artists and writers from Edgar Allan Poe to Stephen King have long turned to pandemics as a source of creative inspiration. In this episode of “Ground Game,” AP book and publishing reporter Hillel Italie explains why plagues prove such fertile ground for the artist’s imagination.
How the World is Dealing with the Pandemic
AP News Director for Europe and Africa Anna Johnson steps back and talks about how the world is experiencing the COVID-19 pandemic at the same time but in very different ways.
How COVID-19 Has Hit Hollywood
AP Global Entertainment and Lifestyles Editor Nekesa Moody joins this episode of “Ground Game” to explain how the entertainment industry is being reshaped by the pandemic, from the launch of drive-in concerts to the possibility of imposing physical distancing measures in movie theaters.
Virus Challenges Future of Higher Ed
Colleges and universities across the United States have been forced to cancel in-person classes for the remainder of the school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AP editor Alan Clendenning and AP education writer Collin Binkley join Larry Lage to discuss what the future of higher education might look like during a time of social distancing.
Pelosi Pushes for $1 Trillion in COVID-19 Relief
From the Nancy Pelosi's push to vote on a $1 trillion rescue bill in the Democratic-controlled House to President Trump’s efforts to galvanize his supporters who oppose lockdown restrictions, Ralph Russo speaks to his co-host, Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace about the latest political news on this episode of “Ground Game.”
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Your last show is the first time I got to hear your show
Valuable corona coverage. Short and sweet 12 minute episodes. No hype or BS. Like hearing reporters from around the world. Keep it up!
Trump admin vs CDC
CDC has lost credibility by holding up the process for shutting travel down, testing, drug studies, and the seriousness of the pandemic in the early stages. It seems like the cdc wants to accuse WH for withholding their recommendations, emphasizing church? Walking a fine line there. If liquor and retail stores and malls can start opening it is our God given basic right to have freedom of religion. I thought AP is supposed to be unbiased and gave it a try but this isn’t news.