Today we start with a look at Bernie Sanders’ campaign, his chances of winning today’s New Hampshire primary and the demographics of his supporters. Next, will Congress stay gridlocked no matter who wins this year’s presidential election? Then, a roundup of the latest in car news, starting with the discontinuation of Scion. Moving on to cultural news, Madeleine speaks with A.O. Scott about his new book. And finally, the secrets of the SAT test.
Sanders' N.H. Support, Congressional Gridlock, and Cars
From this Episode:
Sanders and Young Voters
Voting is underway in New Hampshire today in the first 2016 primary, and Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump are leading in the polls there. Sanders has a 26-point lead over...
Congress and the Next President
If Bernie Sanders or Hillary Clinton becomes president, it’s likely they’ll experience what President Obama experienced today. He sent his last budget to Capitol Hill. True...
Apparently one man-bun joke does not a millennial buyer make. Toyota launched Scion in 2003 to target millennial car buyers, but sales have dropped in the past few years. So...
'Better Living Through Criticism'
In 2012, New York Times chief film critic A.O. Scott described the movie The Avengers as "a snappy little dialogue comedy dressed up as … a giant A.T.M. for Marvel and its...