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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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Week In The News: More New Migration Policy, Economic Anxiety, Greenland, G-7

Economic anxiety. Trump’s new migration policy. The G7 rendezvous in France. Greenland stands its ground. The roundtable is here. Catherine Rampell, Hayes Brown and Jack Beatty join Sacha Pfeiffer.

Dollar-Store Dominance Comes With A Cost For Low-Income Americans

Dollar stores are popping up across the country and raking in the profits. Critics say it all comes with a cost to the nation's poor. We’re on it. Nathaniel Meyersohn, Vanessa Hall-Harper and Christopher Merrett join Sacha Pfeiffer.

N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy: 'No Evidence' That Newark Residents Can't Get Bottled Water

Newark has been distributing bottled water to more than 14,000 homes for the last 10 days after an EPA order over high lead levels.

A Water Crisis In Newark, A Lead Problem Echoing Flint

Newark, New Jersey, residents are lining up for bottled water after lead was found in tap water. We look at crumbling infrastructure and public health. Phil Murphy, Yvette Jordan, Dimple Chaudhary, Eric Schwartz and Margaret Krauss join Meghna Chakrabarti.


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