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President Trump declined to condemn white supremacy in his debate with Joe Biden. He also appeared to speak directly to the Proud Boys, an organization known for engaging in political violence.Par NPR
President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden met for their first presidential debate Tuesday night in Cleveland. The debate quickly turned into chaos. The second debate is set for Oct. 15.Par NPR
One of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's signature collars is now a prized artifact of the Museum of the Jewish People. Months before she died, she parted ways with one of her collars.Par NPR
OKI Wanna Know is our new feature that tries to get to the bottom of those quirky questions you've always wanted to ask, but didn't know where to start. This week, we head to a Hyde Park street, and its silent stone guardians.Par Bill Rinehart
Everything you need to know to start your day for Wednesday, September 30th, 2020.Par John Murray
The first debate was chaotic and light on policy as the participants disregarded the agreed-upon rules. President Trump repeatedly interrupted the discussion in order to lambast Joe Biden and debate moderator Chris Wallace. The president once again refused to condemn white supremacy and did not agree to respect the results of the election. This epi…
A year ago, blueberry executives and farmers from all over the world celebrated at a scenic winery near Richland, Washington. James Dean Kindle & the East Oregon Playboys jammed out catchy Western tunes in the ballroom. But as the wine flowed and chafing dishes brimmed with beef sliders and salmon cakes, there were warning signs for U.S. blueberry …
Closing early last season reportedly cost Vermont ski areas about $100 million. Staying open this season will be crucial. Resorts are coming up with alternative plans to opening during the pandemic.Par Nina Keck
Last week on our “Growing Pains” series we took a deep dive into property taxes. We talked a lot about how those taxes have been going up in the Treasure Valley, why they’re going up, and about three possible ways to help homeowners.Par Samantha Wright
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The Walt Disney Company's theme parks, resorts and cruises have been devastated by COVID-19. Disney announced it is laying off the workers from its Parks, Experiences and Products division.Par NPR
With 10 vaccine candidates now in phase three trials, one expert predicts another million people worldwide could die within three to six months. One of those vaccine candidates is produced by Novavax. Dr. Gregory Glenn, head of research and development for Novavax, tells NPR he's not concerned about politics tainting the vaccine approval process. W…
A new electric vehicle policy. Renewable energy. 10 billion trees: Pakistan launches ambitious green policies. Will they succeed?Par NPR
On today's program: Initial reports suggest nine ballots from military personnel found discarded were a mistake, not voter fraud; air passenger traffic at Pittsburgh International Airport has plateaued after a slight bump; and the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way people mourn.Par email@example.com (Kevin Gavin)
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Revisiting an episode from 2012 featuring Rich Robinson of The Black Crowes, Cowboy Junkies, Anais Mitchell and Paul Kelly. Support provided by Digital Relativity.Par West Virginia Public Broadcasting