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Internet Radio Show: On Point

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Host Tom Ashbrook and News Analyst Jack Beatty present this live evening news program originating from WBUR in Boston. The news is presented in a variety of contexts. The show's three sections include: news debrief of the day's top stories, a conversation on a single topic, and personal reactions to a news story. Recent stories have varied from discussions with Arab journalists from Lebanon to Egypt to Saudi Arabia, to discussions about the federal funds rate.


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Democrats Push Ahead With Articles Of Impeachment

House Democrats unveil articles of impeachment Tuesday morning. We break it all down with a top reporter and legal scholars. Toluse Olorunnipa, Claire Finkelstein and David Schultz join Meghna Chakrabarti.

Health Care In Rural America; Coal Miners Follow-Up

The impossible cost of health care in Appalachia: $40,000 for a single ambulance ride. We take a look at the cost of health care consolidation in rural America. Mason Adams, Tony Keck and Thomas Ricketts join Meghna Chakrabarti. Plus, we follow up on the story of the Kentucky coal miners who set up a railroad blockade after not being paid. Sydney Boles joins.

Following Up: The Kentucky Coal Miners Who Set Up A Railroad Blockade

Blackjewel committed to pay more than $5 million to miners who went without pay when the company declared bankruptcy in June. We follow up.


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