Obama

7:33am

Wed October 3, 2012
Politics

Tonight at 6: The Final Presidential Debate

Join KALW for NPR's special coverage of the third anf inal debate between Democratic nominee President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Governor Mitt Romney, hosted by Guy Raz and Audie Cornish.  Monday from 6-8pm.

Click here to follow NPR's complete election coverage, including real-time fact-checking during the debate. 

1:47pm

Wed September 19, 2012
Politics

Cannabis news roundup Sept. 19, 2012

There’s more bad news for teen boys smoking cannabis, but some good news for adults with certain cancers:

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12:00am

Wed September 5, 2012
Democratic Party

Today on Your Call: Who is in the Obama coalition today?

On today's Your Call, as the Democratic National Convention is underway, we’ll talk about the Democratic Party.  Support for gay marriage, abortion rights, and organized labor have all been included in a draft of the party’s platform this year.  Who are the people standing behind the Democrats?  And how has support for President Obama changed since 2008?  Join us at 10am PST or post a comment here.  What does it mean to be a Democrat today?  It’s Your Call with Holly Kernan, and you.


Guests:

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12:42pm

Wed August 15, 2012
Politics

New immigration initiative inspires undocumented Americans to DREAM

Rev. Debbie Lee addresses Dreamers on the steps of the Grace Cathedral
Ashleyanne Krigbaum

This morning, thousands of young undocumented immigrants became eligible for temporary legal status due to the implementation of President Obama's policy, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, which is considered the most expansive immigration policy to take effect in the past 25 years. The federal initiative grants access to work permits and temporary protection from deportation to undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States as children.

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10:42pm

Mon July 16, 2012
Politics

Will Durst: The Care Less Party

All of America should drop to its knees and thank the GOP for providing America with our replacement fireworks. Cities all over the country this year were forced to cancel Fourth of July festivities due to lack of money, fear of fire, and incompetent computers.

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