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“Swap Talk” will air live on OPB and KQED at 10 a.m., providing a chance for Oregon public broadcasting listeners to talk to people in the Bay Area about how the new federal administration is impacting their world.
Unsure how to fill out your ballots? We'll break down the various ballot measures for you today. Also, a one-on-one interview with gubernatorial candidate Bud Pierce.
Opening Statements In Trial | Soccer Playoffs | Rising Portland Traffic Deaths | Public Financing For Portland ElectionsSept. 12, 2016 11:45 p.m.
We find out why traffic deaths are rising in Portland despite efforts to reverse the trend, and we learn more about a new proposed system of publicly financed elections in the city.
News | local | NW Life | Think Out LoudAug. 31, 2016 5 p.m.
A new series in The Oregonian explores groundwater issues in eastern Oregon; a student wellness director from Blue Mountain Community College addresses the high rate of suicide in Kenya; and Benton County takes up the issue of ranked choice voting.
We'll wrap up the final night of the DNC, and the news of the week. We'll also learn about racist incidents in Ashland that have led the Oregon Shakespeare Festival to write an open letter to the community.
Speaker of the Oregon House Tina Kotek spoke at the Democratic National Convention Monday night. Think Out Loud caught up with her before the speech.
We check in on how Harney County elections are being affected by the armed occupation there earlier this year. Then we talk with regional newspaper editors who defend their endorsements in Oregon’s May 17 primary election. We round out the hour by hearing directly from voters about who they're voting for.
We delve into intricate rules governing Democratic and Republican National Conventions, religion in America with the host of 'On Being,' and what's happening in coastal Clatsop County.
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"One has to wonder what they're worried about," President Trump said of states that haven't shared data with the commission. "There's something, there always is."
After another failed attempt at overhauling Obamacare, President Trump tried to sell his party's repeal efforts (and push some senators into line) at a Wednesday lunch. Here's what he said.
The Republican National Committee and several conservative political action committees are targeting GOP lawmakers in an effort to get past the critical threshold to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
The president's eldest son and his former campaign chairman will appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee next Wednesday, where they will be questioned about foreign influence in U.S. elections.
The panel has faced credibility problems right from the start and the concerns have only grown after it asked all 50 states to send detailed voter registration records.
In retaliation for Russian meddling in the 2016 election, U.S. authorities seized the two Russian luxury estates in December because they were allegedly being used for intelligence activities.
Ten years ago, the Islamist group Hamas took over the Gaza Strip in a bloody coup. Now, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is cutting off financial support to pressure Hamas leaders.
As a symbolic vote nears on President Maduro's plan to replace the constitution, protesters greeted a surprise guest: the police officer who attacked government buildings from a helicopter last month.
Don Jr.'s emails. FBI nominee says heck no to a loyalty pledge. GOP stares down failure on health care bill. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
Scalise was shot at a baseball practice for Republican members of Congress in mid-June. He was re-admitted to the intensive care unit last month, and required multiple new surgeries.