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We talk with Jim Bernard, newly elected board chair for Clackamas County, about the ouster of conservatives John Ludlow and Tootie Smith, and what his and Ken Humberston’s election says about the county and its approach to urban planning and governing more broadly.
local | Election | Politics | News | Think Out LoudDec. 1, 2016 8:45 a.m.
We explore the funding for voter-passed Measure 98, the governor's proposed budget, the winds of change in Clackamas County, and a new exhibit about the history of East Portland.
Grant High School senior Dylan Palmer, police spokesman Pete Simpson, and OPB reporter Amelia Templeton join us to discuss a student-organized protest that resulted in the arrests of leaders of Portland’s Resistance.
We get different perspectives on a student protest in Portland, check in on the state's unemployment rate, and hear from first-time voters about their response to the election.
According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, more than 400 incidents of hateful intimidation and harassment were reported in the first week after the election. Nearly a quarter of those incidents took place in K-12 schools. We’ll hear what this issue looks like in Oregon.
Nation | News | Think Out LoudNov. 18, 2016 5:45 p.m.
We meet the new president of Portland Community College, discuss what the Trump administration may mean for climate change and for marijuana laws, and find out what scientists are learning from whale poop.
Our news roundtable analyzes some of the week's big news. We hear about how Oregon schools are addressing post-election bullying and racism. And we discover how well a new light rail line in the Portland area is — or is not — easing congestion.
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Politics | Nation | Family | NW Life | local | Business | Economy | Health | Election | Parents | Technology | NewsDec. 12, 2016 2 p.m.
Despite President-elect Donald Trump’s pledge to repeal the Affordable Care Act, Oregonians continue to sign up for health insurance coverage.
Former Sen. John Glenn has died at 95. After a career as a Marine pilot, Glenn was chosen as an astronaut. He was the third American in space.
No one seems to have a satisfying definition of "identity politics," but clearly we've been paying too much attention to race, gender and sexual orientation, right? Not so fast.
The discrepancy between what you personally can generate and what you personally use says a lot about what's happened with civilization and the planet in the last couple centuries, says Adam Frank.
NPR's David Folkenflik joins Here & Now's Robin Young to share his thoughts on the issue, and the potential danger fake news poses.
An Indiana union official says Donald Trump overstated the number of jobs he saved at a Carrier plant. He soon found himself on the receiving end of Trump's Twitter feed and harassing phone calls.