Tag Archives: States

Morning News Podcast: Biden Win Now Official, Vaccine Costs To States

Joe Biden officially captures enough electoral votes to win the presidency, William Barr to resign as Attorney General, and Florida man pays neighbors’ utility bills for 2nd straight Christmas.

Covid-19: How The U.S. Will Roll Out Vaccine (Video)

The worsening pandemic continues to mean millions of Americans out of work. For older employees in particular, this kind of long-term unemployment can represent the end of a career — especially when they may be facing age discrimination and bias. Economics correspondent Paul Solman looks at the problem as part of his series Unfinished Business.

Election Update: ‘Key Battleground States To Watch’ (WSJ Video)

Americans head to the polls after many states saw historic levels of early voting; the battleground states that will likely decide the next president; when to expect election results. WSJ’s Shelby Holliday has the latest election update.

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Politics: “Shields & Brooks” On The Pandemic, Government Responses

Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week’s news, including President Trump’s controversial medical commentary, the respective roles of federal and state governments in the crisis, American public opinion on pandemic restrictions, congressional pandemic relief and how they’re handling social distancing.

Top Travel Videos: “Aerial America – Maryland / Delaware” (Smithsonian)

 

Maryland and Delaware are two small states of great historical significance. Highlighted by the great bays of the eastern seaboard: Chesapeake and Delaware, both states are defined by the legacies of their colonial pasts. This aerial journey reveals their giant stature in the history of America.

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