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Millions of Americans are getting sucked into multi-level-marketing schemes – selling from home. We ask how that’s going.

America’s local news-gathering operations are in trouble. We’ll look at efforts to save and strengthen local news.

Confronting Modern Mass Shootings

Oct 3, 2017

Terror in the streets of Las Vegas. How should Americans understand and confront the now-drumbeat of mass killings in this country.

A gunman opened fire on concertgoers in Las Vegas Sunday night, making it the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history, according to police.

Hellish gunfire in Las Vegas last night. Raining down on a concert crowd with nowhere to hide. Worst mass shooting in American history. We will go to Vegas in this hour to recreate the terrible scene and first response to it. This hour, On Point: The Las Vegas massacre, as it unfolded. –Tom Ashbrook.

How Totalitarianism Took Over Russia

Oct 2, 2017

Russian-American journalist Masha Gessen on how modern Russia took a wrong turn on the road to democracy and its march, now, to totalitarianism.

As Ken Burns’ “The Vietnam War” documentary wraps up, we look at those memories, lessons learned and lost, and Afghanistan right now.

The Supreme Court readies to weigh in on gerrymandering, digital privacy, and the gay marriage wedding cake. We’ll look at the docket for the new term.

The president and Congress share more pieces of a tax overhaul. What’s it add up to? We’ll ask.

On The Road With America's Nomadic Seniors

Sep 27, 2017

Older Americans, on the road. Looking for work, for a living. Out of campervans and trailers. We’ll talk with the author of “Nomadland.”

Alabama’s U.S. Senate primary. Moore vs Strange. Bannon vs Trump. We’ll unpack the results from Alabama’s special election.

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