Issues in the News - Voice of America
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Prominent Washington correspondents discuss topics making headlines around the world.
||CleanWhat is next for Trump? - Issues in the News - October 14, 2016||Moderator Barbara Slavin, Washington Correspondent for Al-Monitor.com, Tom DeFrank, Contributing Editor at National Journal, and David Rennie, Washington Bureau Chief and Lexington Columnist for The Economist discuss new charges of sexual harassment against Donald Trump, US – Russia relations after the allegations about hacking and the stalemate in solving the Syrian crisis, and the escalation of violence in Yemen.||14/10/2016||Gratuit||Afficher sur iTunes|
||CleanVice Presidential Debate - Issues in the News - October 07, 2016||Moderator Barbara Slavin, Washington Correspondent for Al-Monitor.com, Oren Dorell, Foreign Affairs Reporter for USA Today, and Michael Williams, Contributor to CBS Radio discuss the battle over Aleppo and the US-Russian stalemate in solving the Syrian crisis, the vice presidential debate, another NSA contractor being charged with theft of classified material and Antonio Guterres – picked to be a new UN Secretary General.||7/10/2016||Gratuit||Afficher sur iTunes|
||CleanWho Won the Debate? - Issues in the News - September 30, 2016||Moderator Fred Barnes, Executive Editor of the Weekly Standard, Linda Feldmann, Washington Bureau Chief for the Christian Science Monitor, and Tom DeFrank, Contributing Editor at National Journal analyze the fallout from the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, talk about Congress overriding President Obama’s veto of the 9/11 lawsuits bill, and the final findings into who was behind the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH 17 in July of 2014.||30/9/2016||Gratuit||Afficher sur iTunes|
||CleanWho Is Going to Win the First Debate? - Issues in the News - September 23, 2016||Moderator Fred Barnes, Executive Editor of the Weekly Standard, David Rennie, Washington Bureau Chief and Lexington Columnist for The Economist, and Stephen Collinson, Senior Reporter for CNN Politics discuss the riots in Charlotte, North Carolina, the balance between surveillance and freedom after the New York bombings, and preview the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.||23/9/2016||Gratuit||Afficher sur iTunes|