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December 9, 2019 | NPR · Volcker took the top job at the Federal Reserve in 1979, at a time when inflation was spiraling out of control. He is credited with taming it.
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December 9, 2019 | NPR · WADA says Russia won't be able to take part in high-profile events such as the upcoming Summer Olympics in Tokyo or the 2022 World Cup because it has continued to provide fake information.
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December 9, 2019 | NPR · Morning Edition host Rachel Martin interviews former Vice President Joe Biden aboard his campaign bus about his bid for the Democratic nomination and the impeachment inquiry against President Trump.
December 9, 2019 | NPR · Inspector General Michael Horowitz's highly anticipated report about the Russia investigation could offer political ammunition to both Republicans and Democrats.
December 9, 2019 | NPR · In an interview with NPR, the former vice president said no one warned him about the optics of his son working in Ukraine. Biden also defended calling a voter a "damn liar" in Iowa last week.

Art & Life from NPR

December 9, 2019 | NPR · The Golden Globe nominations are always odd, but this year, they may be even odder than usual, particularly on the TV side. But it must be said: The Globes love a star, and now they love Netflix.
December 9, 2019 | NPR · Among the artists receiving Kennedy Center Honors Sunday night in Washington, D.C., were Linda Ronstadt, Earth, Wind & Fire and actress Sally Field.
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December 8, 2019 | NPR · Tina playwright Katori Hall and star Adrienne Warren have plenty to say about working with the star, depicting domestic violence and learning to sing in a new voice.
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December 8, 2019 | NPR · The actor and puppeteer performed on the popular TV show from its very first episode in 1969 until his retirement last year.
December 8, 2019 | NPR · One of the goofiest earworms just celebrated a big anniversary. Journalist Jennifer Van Evra explores the song's surprising history — and traces it back to a sexy Italian film.

October 3, 2010

Western Skies: “Elections and Politics,” October 3, 2010

Because many people choose to vote by mail in Colorado rather than on Election Day in a traditional polling place, we’re talking elections and politics this month. Early voting begins October 18th, and voters will decide on a host of regional and statewide positions and issues. This month we have conversations about politics and elections, and take a look at a Libertarian school.

Click here to listen to show.

Western Skies is a collaboration between KRCC News and the Big Something.

Filed under: Elections,KRCC News,Politics,Western Skies — andrea @ 12:02 pm

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