Trump's Rhetoric Towards the Press has Real-World Implications 2019-10-15
The Takeaway is joined by a journalist covering Washington and the Committee to Protect Journalists to discuss the implications of President Trump's attitude towards the press.
Is the relationship between the president and his favorite network changing?
Fort Worth police officer shot and killed Atatiana Jefferson through her window without announcing himself.
The city is trying to reduce gun violence by identifying and working with the most vulnerable community members using counseling, nonviolence training, and conflict mediation.
But the rule does fall short of removing all lead water pipes.
How Will Congress Move Forward on Impeachment, with the Trump Admin Failing to Cooperate? 2019-10-14
Some have called this a "constitutional crisis" — but are we at that moment yet?
Acts of anti-Semitism have continued to rise throughout the nation and have doubled in Massachusetts.
Sesame Street is now taking on the topic of addiction in an effort to speak to the many children who are impacted by parents with substance abuse disorders.
Kurdish people see Trump's move as a major betrayal to their community.
Politics with Amy Walter: Digital Campaign Advertising and 2020
Even though Congress is technically on recess, it has been a busy week in the nation’s capital.
The week started with a letter from White House Counsel Patrick Cipollone to Speaker Nancy Pelosi, informing the House leader that the White House was not going to participate in an impeachment inquiry that it considered unconstitutional. Resistance to the impeachment inquiry escalated when the White House refused to let the U.S. Ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland, testify to Congress.
i, a member of the House Intelligence Committee, joined Politics with Amy Walter to discuss the latest on the impeachment inquiry and how the House will continue their investigation without a cooperating White House.
Also, shares why the presidency might skip generation X.
Turkey Begins Offensive in Northern Syria: What Will Happen to the Kurds? 2019-10-10
President Trump has been criticized for turning his back on the Kurdish people in the region.
The state’s largest utility, PG&E, started cutting electricity as a precaution against wildfires.
Ryan Helsley, a pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals and citizen of the Cherokee Nation called out the Atlanta Braves "tomahawk chop," but the Braves have been reluctant to change.
Decades after the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, pregnancy discrimination is still pervasive in the workplace.
The U.S. has largely contributed to the growth of this palm oil industry.
Grappling with Gun Control in Washington and Kansas City 2019-10-09
Gun reform legislation in Washington stalls, and a mass shooting occurred in Kansas City, Kansas.
The end of Amber Guyger's trial sparked a conversation on the perceived responsibility of black people to be the moral compass.
Can a news story get so big that it influences polling?