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

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Trial audio: Then-Arizona assistant says Sean Miller paid Deandre Ayton
Wednesday May 01, 2019

Wiretap audio collected by the FBI and played in the federal college basketball corruption trial Wednesday includes former Arizona Wildcats assistant Emanuel “Book” Richardson claiming head coach Sean Miller paid players, according to Yahoo! Sports. Scattered among seven wiretap audio recordings played, there were multiple instances where Richardson suggested that Miller had paid or promised […]

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Alo Yoga Just Dropped Sherpa Gear And We’re Obsessed
Thursday October 10, 2019

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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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