Sep 20, 2018
DC Council makes moves to overturn a wage increase for tipped workers; thousands continue to struggle in Puerto Rico one year after Hurricane Maria made landfall; and the news of the week ICYMI (with special guest Chad Bolt!)
Sep 13, 2018
Jared Bernstein unpacks the new Census data on poverty, income, and health insurance; Liz Weintraub on how Kavanaugh’s confirmation would set disability rights back 50 years or more; and Jeremy Slevin returns with the news of the week, In Case Yachts Missed It
Sep 6, 2018
The Kavanaugh hearings start this week and we welcome Jesse Lee, Vice President for Communications at CAPAF, to detail every twist and turn; plus Joel Berg, CEO of Hunger Free America, explains the new data that shows 40 million Americans struggle against hunger.
Aug 30, 2018
Part two of our summer review: ahead of the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings, we recap what Kennedy’s retirement means with Ian Milhiser; plus legal aid attorney Pat Levy-Lavelle on his work representing people facing evictions.
Aug 23, 2018
A few of our favorite conversations from this year including: Professor Philip Alston and his poverty report for the U.N.; Thea Bryan, a DC bartender who lost her job after speaking out in favor of Initiative 77; and Chad Bolt on why Indivisible’s 435 campaign is backing activists-turned-candidates to bring about a...