Politics Podcast: Elizabeth Warren Gets A Turn In The Hot Seat

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D-backs’ Merrill Kelly follows ace’s lead, beats Yankees for sweep
Thursday May 02, 2019

PHOENIX — Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo was asked before Wednesday’s matinee against the Yankees — just hours after Zack Greinke pitched into the eighth inning and allowed one run on Tuesday — who the pleasant surprises on the team have been this season. After sifting through a few names, including Christian Walker and Luke Weaver, […]

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Will The Fourth Debate Change The 2020 Race?
Wednesday October 16, 2019

Welcome to a special, post-debate edition of FiveThirtyEight’s weekly politics chat. The transcript below has been lightly edited. sarahf (Sarah Frostenson, politics editor): So for starters, what did you go into the fourth debate expecting? Same ol’ same ol’? (After all, the last debate didn’t shake up the race too much). My hunch was that […]

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Phoenix Suns formally deny any threat to relocate the team
Friday December 14, 2018

The Phoenix Suns issued a statement on Friday to formally deny that they have made threats to City of Phoenix officials to relocate the team if their demands were not met. The statement came on the heels of a 48-hour period in which The Arizona Republic reported that Suns owner Robert Sarver had warned of […]

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All three of the top-polling candidates in the Democratic Primary faced key questions going into the fourth debate Tuesday night: How would Sen. Elizabeth Warren handle the pressure that comes along with being a newly minted front-runner? How would former Vice President Joe Biden respond to President Trump’s attacks on his son’s work in Ukraine? And how would Sen. Bernie Sanders perform after having had a heart attack? In this installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, the crew analyzes how each of the candidates addressed those questions.
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