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Profiles, storytelling and insightful conversations, hosted by David Remnick.

    The Presidential Race Is in Uncharted Territory, but It’s Clear Who’s Winning

    The Presidential Race Is in Uncharted Territory, but It’s Clear Who’s Winning

    CNN’s data guru Harry Enten says that, unless the race shifts significantly, Donald Trump will win. And the pollster Ann Selzer explains how the polls know what they know.

    • 33 min
    Jane Mayer, David Grann, and Patrick Radden Keefe on the Importance of a Good Villain.

    Jane Mayer, David Grann, and Patrick Radden Keefe on the Importance of a Good Villain.

    Three masters talk about the craft of investigative journalism, and how the bad guy makes the story tick.

    • 22 min
    Julián Castro on the Biden Problem, and What the Democratic Party Got Wrong

    Julián Castro on the Biden Problem, and What the Democratic Party Got Wrong

    A former Presidential candidate, Castro tells David Remnick why Democratic leaders concerned about President Biden’s age were afraid to challenge the establishment and run against him.

    • 28 min
    Florence Welch Talks About Life on the Road

    Florence Welch Talks About Life on the Road

    The singer and band leader talks with John Seabrook about finding her voice as a songwriter, and her struggles with alcohol. Welch plays two songs live with Florence and the Machine.

    • 20 min
    Robert Caro on the Making of “The Power Broker”

    Robert Caro on the Making of “The Power Broker”

    The legendary historian and biographer explains how, from a background in daily journalism, he came to write one of the most revered nonfiction books of the twentieth century.

    • 30 min
    The New Yorker’s Political Writers Answer Your Election Questions

    The New Yorker’s Political Writers Answer Your Election Questions

    David Remnick asked listeners for their questions about the Presidential election, and a crack team of The New Yorker’s political writers came together to answer them.

    • 31 min

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Stop Typing Sound-effect.

Love the show. It’s difficult to hear when you add typing sound effects to someone speaking. It was cool ten years ago.
Please stop.

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AIPAC & Fetterman

AIPAC is the political equivalent of how Matt Taibbi once described Goldman Sachs: a vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly funneling money against anything that smells like criticism of Israel!

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AIPAC owns Fetterman

Interesting that at no point did you mention how much money the Israeli Lobby is paying Fedderman. That will really inspire a US Congressman to drape themselves in another countrie’s flag.

What a moron.

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