Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins breathe a sigh of relief as the election was called and they no longer have to turn on cable news. They reflect on the cable news coverage and its most memorable components, including MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki (1:00). They then discuss Hillsong pastor Carl Lentz’s affair that led to him being fired from the church (17:30) and weigh in on Kim Kardashian West’s tweet defending her decision to take a birthday vacation with friends and family during a pandemic (29:30). Plus, a Meghan and Harry update after a photo op at the L.A. Cemetery (35:30).
A Cable News Hangover, a Carl Lentz Affair, and a Wreathgate
Plus, a Meghan and Harry update after a photo op at the L.A. Cemetery
Microsoft develops the Xbox and has been a major player in PC and console gaming for more than 20 years. The company isn’t betting $70 billion on the buzzword of the week.
Mayor Scott discusses what outsiders don’t know about Baltimore, reforming policing within the city, and the work toward equitable economic development
Ryan and CC also share their NFL playoff picks for the upcoming weekend of games
Jesse discusses his new role on the show and reflects on how bachelor nation has evolved over the years
Carl Bernstein on His First Job, Newspaper Love, a Great Prank, and Scandals That Are “Worse Than Watergate”
Bernstein also talks about the newsroom in the ’60s, what it was like covering the Kennedy vs. Nixon presidential election, and more