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The Supreme Court strikes down President Biden's vaccine-or-test mandate for large businesses. The Department of Justice arrests the leader of the Oath Keepers militia group on sedition charges. And a major student lender is forced to forgive nearly $2 billion in loans.By ABC News
In the wake of the January 6th attack on the Capitol, academics and journalists have increasingly taken the possibility of future political violence in America seriously. In her new book “How Civil Wars Start And How To Stop Them,” Barbara F Walter writes “we are now closer to civil war than any of us would like to believe.” It’s a bold suggestion,…
New inflation numbers show prices rising 7% in the last twelve months, the biggest spike in a generation. A New York judge says a civil suit against Prince Andrew can proceed to trial. And Republican lawmakers say their constituents are adding extra pressure to restrict voting rights.By ABC News
President Biden takes his voting rights push to Atlanta. Doctors urge Americans to invest in N95-style masks. And in an exclusive interview, Jamie Lynn Spears defends the role she played as Britney Spears fell under conservatorship.By ABC News
(Reloading this as version 1 had a lot of glitches) Welcome back to the first podcast of 2022! A fair bit has occured since Eliza and Geraldine last sat down for a chat. The Omicron variant of COVID is raging and scratched a bit of sheen off Eliza's earlier optimism. Two giants of the 20th century died over the Christmas break: South African Archbi…
President Biden heads to Georgia to make a push for voting rights legislation, and a major rule change to make the legislation happen. The U.S. sets a new record for COVID-positive patients in the hospital. And a lawsuit takes aim at how elite colleges award financial aid.By ABC News
Ep. 331 - Anik and Florian reveal their best of 2021 in the 7th Annual Anik & Florian Podcast Awards (AFPAs). Plus, the 1st ‘Ray Longo Minute’ of 2022 and UFC veteran James Krause is back to make picks versus Ken-Flo for UFC Fight Night: Kattar v. Chikadze. https://bit.ly/OddsShark-UFC ON TODAY'S SHOW (00:01:00) - OPENING - #AnikFlorianPodcast (00:…
The crew discusses what the political environment is likely to look like in 2022 based on history and current indicators. They also debate the meaning of a recent poll from Axios that suggests Americans are exhausted.By FiveThirtyEight, 538, ABC News, Nate Silver
A five-alarm fire kills at least 19 people in a New York City high-rise. The standoff between the teachers' union and Chicago officials continues amid a spike in COVID cases. An Australian judge decides tennis star Novak Djokovic's fate.By ABC News
Bob is joined by his mentor and friend of the show, Jim Clemente. Jim is a former New York City Prosecutor and retired Supervisory Special Agent with the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit. He has now moved on to running his own production company XG Productions. Jim joins Bob to discuss some of his most recent projects in the true crime space. See Pri…
President Biden gives forceful remarks, directed to former President Trump, on the anniversary of the Capitol attack. The Supreme Court considers Biden's COVID mandates. And protesters seize power in Kazakhstan's largest city.By ABC News
One year after an attack on the U.S. Capitol, experts draw a straight line from militia standoffs a decade ago to January 6th. A former spokesman for the Oath Keepers describes how a series of victories inspired extremist groups to think bigger. And investigators outline which answers they're still pursuing.…
The CDC issues new guidance on isolation following confusion and pushback. Startling new stats show 4.5 million Americans quit their jobs in one month. And a traffic jam becomes something much more dangerous on one of the nation's busiest interstates.By ABC News
In the immediate aftermath of the Jan. 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol, it appeared that Republican leaders might be ready to break ties with then-President Trump once and for all. A year later, Trump still appears to be the de facto leader of the party. The crew discusses why the country responded to the attacks the way it did and how healthy Ameri…
Facing unprecedented community spread, schools quickly switch back to online learning. A jury finds Elizabeth Holmes guilty of fraud. And wireless carriers push back an anticipated 5G rollout over airline concerns.By ABC News
As cases of the Omicron variant soar, the CDC faces pushback over its relaxed isolation rules. A surprise December wildfire becomes the most destructive in Colorado history. And with the conviction of Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein's accusers set their sights on Prince Andrew.By ABC News