Adam Wren

contributing editor at Politico Magazine and Indianapolis Monthly

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Over and over again today, Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s Catholic faith came up. Sen.

Inside Amy Coney Barrett’s Catholic faith organization People of Praise

Over and over again today, Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s Catholic faith came up. Sen.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Virus, pandemic, and public health movies have rocketed to the top of streaming platforms’ algorithms as people are cooped up at home, social distancing and self-isolating.

Virus films like ‘Outbreak’ and ‘The Hot Zone’ offer serious lessons

Virus, pandemic, and public health movies have rocketed to the top of streaming platforms’ algorithms as people are cooped up at home, social distancing and self-isolating.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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