Words Matter Library: If you cannot believe the President, who can you believe?
More than 20 years ago - in his closing argument in the Senate Impeachment Trial of President Bill Clinton, Republican House Manager Congressman Henry Hyde held up a letter from 8 year old William Preston Summers, a 3rd grader from Chase Elementary School in Chicago. It was perhaps only compelling moment in the entire trial. This week, we put Congressman Henry Hyde reading third grader William Preston Summers' letter into the Words Matter Library.
Supreme Ambition with Ruth Marcus
Katie and Joe sit down with Ruth Marcus of the Washington Post. Ruth is a journalist, political commentator and author who has written for the Post since her final year at Harvard Law School. Among other beats, She has covered campaign finance, the Justice Department, the Supreme Court and the White House. And for 15 years she has served on the Post’s Editorial Board. Her new book Supreme Ambition: Brett Kavanaugh and the Conservative Takeover , debuted last week.
Words Matter Library: Election Ride Home with Chris Higgins
This week we put . Election Ride Home gives listeners a 15-20 minute update on all the day’s 2020 election news.
Moving Forward with Karine Jean-Pierre
Katie and Joe sit down with
Words Matter Library: Today Explained
This week we put Today Explained into the Words Matter Library. Sean Rameswaram is a journalist, a podcaster, a writer, producer and radio host. His previous experience includes time as a correspondent for Radiolab. He has also created and hosted radio shows for the CBC, and WNYC.