Politics Podcast: What To Look For In The Fourth Democratic Debate

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Americans Are Sitting More Than Ever—Here’s What To Do If You Have A Desk Job
Tuesday April 30, 2019

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Wide receiver Brenden Rice, son of Jerry Rice, picks Colorado over ASU
Tuesday October 15, 2019

Local wide receiver recruit Brenden Rice announced his commitment to Colorado on Tuesday, picking the Buffaloes over Arizona State. Rice is a three-star recruit (according to ESPN and 247Sports) from Hamilton High School in Chandler, Arizona, and is the son of the NFL’s all-time leading receiver Jerry Rice. As a junior in high school, he […]

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Behind Enemy Lines: Cardinals try to salvage road win against Falcons
Saturday December 15, 2018

The Arizona Cardinals’ best chance at winning another football game this season likely comes Sunday on the road against the Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons have dropped five games in a row and have lost to sub-.500 teams like the Cleveland Browns and Green Bay Packers during that time. They sit at 4-9 after last week’s […]

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Since last Monday’s podcast, a number of new impeachment polls have published, and they don’t look good for President Trump. In this installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, the crew takes a look at the new impeachment polling and reviews some of the main developments since last week.
The team also discusses Tuesday’s Democratic primary debate and what’s at stake for the 12 candidates who have qualified.
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