Listen as the New York Times’ Natasha Singer tells Jennifer Kushinka how companies are selling survey data on millions of high schoolers to trick them into paying for entry into programs.
Listen as the Washington Times’ Dave Boyer explains how although President Trump has made himself available to journalists more often than his predecessors in his first 18 months, he still does it on his own terms.
Listen as the Wall Street Journal’s Jerry Seib tells Jennifer how more than a decade ago, Duluth’s rancorous politics prompted call for more civilized discourse that has endured to today.
Listen as Real Clear Politics’ Caitlin Huey Burns tells Jennifer why some female GOP candidates aren’t playing the gender cards in their historic runs.
Plane crashes in Mexico with no deaths, Facebook pulls fake accounts that mimic Russian tactics ahead of election, and five financial forecast the refuse to play themselves out.
Listen as the Wall Street Journal’s Ellen Byron tells Jennifer Kushinka how as the hot-car death rate remains stubbornly high, new sensors and other reminders are in the works.
Listen as the USA Today’s John Fritze tells Jennifer Kushinka how Trump’s path to midterm success rolls through soybean country.