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

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Are Any Of MLB’s Breakout Teams For Real?
Wednesday May 01, 2019

Statheads know that it usually takes roughly 70 games for baseball results to really start meaning something. On the first day of May a year ago, the New York Mets were 17-9 and the Los Angeles Dodgers were 12-16. Needless to say, both these teams’ fortunes would change: The Mets immediately collapsed into oblivion; the […]

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Jared Dudley: Monty Williams ‘would be big-time’ hire for Suns
Wednesday May 01, 2019

The theme of the Phoenix Suns’ last three permanent head coaching hires has been inexperience. Jeff Hornacek, Earl Watson and Igor Kokoskov all had no prior experience as head coaches in the NBA and all three failed in Phoenix. That, along with the Suns’ current situation, seemingly makes that the X-factor in the team’s search […]

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Thursday January 01, 1970

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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