Bob Benenson

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Republican leaders in Congress are still reeling from inappropriate messages sent by former member Mark Foley to underage boys.

Congress to Investigate Members over Role in Foley Scandal

Republican leaders in Congress are still reeling from inappropriate messages sent by former member Mark Foley to underage boys.

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In the biggest primary day of the year, nine states and the District of Columbia have chosen candidates for the November elections.

Tuesday's Primaries and a Look toward November

In the biggest primary day of the year, nine states and the District of Columbia have chosen candidates for the November elections.

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Josh, Liz and Tim talk about Congress’ very stupid debt limit fight and Biden’s low approval rating.

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The state is still ironing out its pot policies and working on marijuana’s legal structure. Leafly Senior Editor David Downs talks about the latest effects of Prop 64.

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Josh, David and Tim discuss the pay-fors of Democrats’ big spending plans, a looming government shutdown, the debate about booster shots, and California’s failed recall election.

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Before he co-created the hit show “Empire,” writer Danny Strong won accolades for two HBO movies based on real events.

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Following the deportation of thousands of Haitian migrants from the U.S.-Mexico, the U.S. special envoy to Haiti has resigned.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Documentary filmmaker Judith Ehrlich joins Robert Scheer on this week’s “Scheer Intelligence” to discuss “The Boys Who Said No,” a documentary about the Vietnam War draft resisters.

from Scheer Intelligence

Columnist Joe Mathews says two 1848 events — California’s Gold Rush and the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo — re-founded the United States with different peoples, borders, and aspirations.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

LAUSD and other school districts nationwide are struggling to fill positions, including teachers and substitutes, crossing guards, and lunchroom attendants.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

When the U.S. Supreme Court refused to stop a draconian new Texas abortion law, especially since Roe v.

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