Robert D. Crews

history professor at Stanford

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The U.S.

As Taliban declares Sharia law, how will other countries respond politically and financially to Afghanistan?

The U.S.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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The leading Republican candidate in the California recall election is trying to build a multi-ethnic coalition of voters — and overcome criticism for his views on race.

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California’s recall makes sense, but the electoral system as a whole needs reform, according to columnist Joe Matthews.

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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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UCSB classes are just two weeks away , and students are using words like “desperate” and “abandoned” to describe their search for housing.

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Secretary of State Shirley Weber said the total cost of the special election could exceed $300 million.

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Director Christopher Nolan’s long relationship with Warner Bros. ended when the studio released his last movie “Tenet” on the streamer HBO Max the same day it opened in theaters.

from Hollywood Breakdown

Josh Barro and Ken White discuss the unusual indictment of Michael Sussman and the unusual memo from Trump lawyer John Eastman about Mike Pence and Donald Trump.

from All the Presidents' Lawyers

California Gov. Gavin Newsom now seems likely to survive the effort to recall him, but he should reflect on what got him into trouble.

from News Stories