🎧 The hosts discuss the effectiveness of the messaging in the early days of the pandemic, why COVID further divided many Americans and how leadership matters during a crisis.
The Vermont socialist is upset that drug maker could make a profit on its COVID vaccine
You are sitting at your desk in the world’s most famous workplace. Day after day, you are feeling like your supremely skilled experts somehow just managed to paint you into yet another corner in your unique Oval Office.
Congress should consider national system to deter disruptive, dangerous behavior
For those of you who think the culture wars do not affect regular people, I am here to tell you they do.
Bankrate.com Chief Financial Analyst Greg McBride shares important tips on how people can safeguard their money.
Critics can’t agree on what “woke” means. Going back a bit into our history is the idea of Black people being “woke” from the oppression of the white man and what we, as a society, can do about it. But the term has been appropriated for a variety of left-wing causes.
Cynthia M. Allen: Biden finds border isn’t ‘pretty simple’ after all — he may even need Trump’s old policies
Before I had kids, I can remember thinking, as I watched a mom struggling with her toddler in the grocery store: I won’t ever find myself in such a predicament. I’ve read a ton about effective parenting strategies. I will know what to do. It’s simple.
The ministers of morality might want to address the 'wacky wabbit'
Opinion: We often spend too much time eliminating discrete sources of harm rather than creating supportive environments.
🎧 The hosts discuss how people's tendencies to catastrophize so many things can lead to an inaccurate view of the world in which we live.
Biden’s 3.2% increase is a cut in real terms despite rising threats
Agreement would encourage sustainable fisheries and reduce marine pollution
Members of the Republican party, including Sens. Marco Rubio and Lindsey Graham, are pushing back on Florida's Gov. Ron DeSantis after he said Russia's war in Ukraine is a "territorial dispute" and not of "vital national interest."
Misleading information is being fed to liberals and conservatives within their ideological bubbles. How the left deals with misinformation is the topic of this week's Utterly Moderate Podcast.
The elderly woman looked determined as she walked slowly toward the voter registration desk, her three-pronged cane punctuating her fortitude. She was there to vote, and nothing -- not her age-weakened legs or her failing hearing -- would get in her way. She was among the many voters we encountered as we worked the polls in the November 2022 elections.
Daylight saving time from spring to fall provides many advantages for most of the year.
Most people hate springing forward and falling back every year. Moving clocks ahead one hour in March only to return them to their previous settings in November wastes time — literally.
Former President Donald Trump lost an important round with the Justice Department recently, when the department chose to file a brief not taking his side in the fight over his responsibility for the Jan. 6 riots. The department generally takes a broad view of executive privilege. But even a broad view has limits.
Do you think “wokeness” is good or bad? Veuer’s Tony Spitz has the details.
Democratic and Republican Senators on Capitol Hill reacted Thursday to President Joe Biden’s 10 year budget plan proposal, which largely revolves around the idea of taxing the wealthy to help fund programs for the middle class, older adults and families. When Sen. Josh Hawley, R-MO, was aske…
Selma slander misrepresents reality
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Need gift ideas to help with the ladies in your life? This list will surely help you make the grade.
Admit it or not, like it or not, George Santos is cut from authentic American cloth. Yes, he’s a current version, writ large, of the universal trickster, con artist and charlatan.
Punches were thrown on a Southwest Airlines plane in Dallas on Monday, according to a witness and video, marking the latest incident of unruly passenger behavior.
🎧 The hosts discuss possible fixes, along with what actually seems to be stopping us from addressing this problem.
More than 170 trillion plastic particles have polluted the world's oceans according to a large 40-year study.
Rosemary Church interviews the ACLU's Lee Gelernt about President Biden's immigration plans after Title 42 runs out, including the possibility of reinstating a family detention policy at the border.
The Republican majority in the House isn’t even two months old, but it’s already clear that Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s attempt to mollify his party’s extremist faction risks hurting the country without guaranteeing the thing he wants most: to keep his job as House leader.
Laying out his top priorities for a second term and a potential platform for a presidential run, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis delivered a State of the State speech that signaled another round of cultural wars.
More than 30 million Americans — that’s one in 11 of us — have diabetes.