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Economy: Trade Deficit, GDP, Consumers  

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Putin's Russia  

How did Russia emerge from the collapse of the Soviet Union as a major force in international politics?

#5 - Richard Masucci from ReviewTechUSA  

#5. Richard Masucci from ReviewTechUSA talks about YouTuber controversy, the changing YouTube landscape, politics, and more!

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Stocks Suffer Biggest Weekly Decline in Months  

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MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio) - 03-24-2017-221017  

***Now, by popular demand, the full show!*** "The Rachel Maddow Show," which airs 9 p.m. ET weeknights on MSNBC, is a smart look at politics, policy, and all the day's top stories. This podcast brings you the audio from each night's show in its entirety. For more from the show check out Rachel.msnbc.com. For clips and past full episodes, visit Rachel.msnbc.com.

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (video) - 03-24-2017-213547  

"The Rachel Maddow Show," which airs 9 p.m. ET weeknights on MSNBC, is a smart look at politics, policy, and all the day's top stories. This video podcast brings you a highlight from each night's show. For more from the show check out Rachel.msnbc.com. For the audio-only of the full episode, check out the audio podcast. And to watch the show live online, visit now.msnbc.com.

#936 - Colin Moriarty  

Colin Moriarty is the co-founder of Kinda Funny and creator of Colin's Last Stand, a new series of videos about history and politics.

Friday News Roundup  

Congress is facing some big decisions, including Friday's vote to begin repealing Obamacare. President Trump says it's now or never. Democrats have drawn battle lines over the Supreme Court and the House's Russia hearing. In London, the investigation continues into an attack on Parliament. Also, some of California's biggest political names are leading the nation's biggest political fights, the state continues to recover from massive winter flooding, Google has launched a new program for developers of color and the Bay Area's curiously purple airline prepares to be grounded, for good. Two panels of journalists join Joshua Johnson to discuss the week's top news stories. Domestic hour guests include Scott Shafer, senior California politics and government desk editor at KQED, Edward Luce, chief U.S. columnist and commentator at Financial Times and Ruth Marcus, deputy editorial page editor and columnist at The Washington Post. Guests in the special California edition of the roundup include Carla Marinucci, California Playbook reporter at Politico, John Sepulvado, host of The California Report and Queena Kim, senior editor of KQED's Silicon Valley bureau.

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Does the Economy Need Legal Migrants?  

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Ford Warns Higher Rates, Decline in Resale Values Will Hurt Results  

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#18 Black Joy Equinox  

Look Alive! BLACK JOY MIXTAPE IS BACK! We gave news & politics 2 weeks and all it could do was prop Tomi Lohren as the great reproductive rights hope, 9 proposing to cut 62 agencies, Secretary Rex Tillerson being unsure about how long America & China can remain cordial, and ask Chimamanda about her misguided ass thoughts about trans women. NO! Black women still prevail as da gods though! #ATLOrgy only had who should have participated with a spread of condoms, lubes, and dental damns from Dekalb County Health Department! We remain hopeful with new aspirations for our Black Futures vision boards because there are rivers in the world who are honored as people! Let's celebrate on April 17th at Smith's Public Trust in DC when we host The River Kings Tour concert!

The Briefcase: A report from the ground  

We began by encouraging everyone to share the #trypod hashtag. The idea is to introduce someone who doesn’t listen to podcasts to the medium. Show them how to do it and obviously subscribe them to Pantsuit Politics!

We began by discussing FBI Director James Comey's testimony before Congress confirming that the FBI is investigation whether or not President Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia to influence the election. We also discussed the AP's revelation that Paul Manafort, former Trump campaign manager, was paid millions by a Putin ally.

Karen on Twitter had a great read of the situation: Illegality all around T. He was likely influenced by ppl with specific agendas tailored to appeal to his world view and vanity and so he is influenced. Also think he probably willfully "ignorant" of crimes around him but I bet we will never be able to pin any intentional criminal activity on him.

We then shared Beth's interview with Katherine Gypson, reporter for Voice of America, who was in the room for both Comey's testimony and Representative Devin Nunnes's press conference. 

We discussed Judge Gorsuch's confirmation hearings and growing concerns about his views on torture and statements about women at law firms. We also discussed the Democratic party's plans to filibuster his confirmation. 

We moved on to talk about two abortion laws that recently passed in Texas and several pieces of feedback we've gotten related to abortion. 

We talked about the proposed Reins Act and whether or not the Congress really needs approval over so much regulation. We wrapped up with feedback from Shannon on the difference between how we discuss terrorism when the terrorist is white. 

Will Trump be able to deliver on his healthcare promises?  

In a setback for the president, a vote on the GOP health care overhaul plan was delayed Thursday. How does it affect Trump's promises to voters? The Post's Mike DeBonis explains the politics, and we talk to Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) about what's next.

Cartoonist Liza Donnelly on drawing politics and CBS This Morning in the digital world  

Only on the CBS This Morning Podcast, CBS This Morning Cartoonist Liza Donnelly talks with Producers Kevin Prince and Nick Fineman about her career and time drawing for CBS This Morning. They talk about how she became a cartoonist, the first cartoon she ever sold to the New Yorker, and how drawing on an iPad has changed her drawing style.

POWER and POLITICS: Friday, March 24, 2017  

Lawyer David Domina discusses the hurdles ahead for Keystone XL in Nebraska after Trump approves the project. Two experts also weigh in on the fate of the pipeline. Luiza Savage and Alex Panetta discuss the latest in the U.S. health care debate.

BoN 2017/04 — Australian GP Preview with Andrew Westacott  

With Andrew Westacott, Rodney Gordon, Trent Price, and Abhishek Takle. We set unreasonable expectations for the 2017 season to preview the Australian Grand Prix, Peter McGinley discovers a new sound effect, and we dip our toes into coverage of US politics.

Retro 'Space Jam' Hit Fails to Solve Nike's Sales Woes  

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