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Full Episode: Nov. 8, 2018

We sit down with young black conservatives decked out in MAGA hats and question the assumption that black youth always vote Democrat. We trace the rise in shootings over the last 90 days after 12 were killed during a mass shooting at a California bar’s college night. We’re live from a stadium in Mexico City where upwards of 5,000 migrants are camping out. And we dig into the slightly shrouded backstory of a ballot initiative in Washington state that banned grocery taxes … but doesn’t really have to do with groceries.

Switching sides

Has #MeToo become weaponized?

The #MeToo movement started so victims could speak freely about their experiences, but now some say it’s drifted from its roots. So are some people misusing it? We asked two people on opposite sides to debate over the #MeToo movement.

Should colleges consider race?

Some Asian-American students say they didn't get into Harvard because of their race. Should schools consider race when deciding who gets in? Two college students give us their take on affirmative action.

Full Episodes

Nov. 1, 2018

Google’s workforce walked out worldwide over the company’s handling of sexual misconduct. Kanye West says he’s done with politics. We spend some time talking midterms at a Mississippi cattle farm and at FIU. And we use tech to trace the whereabouts of a KKK meet-up — in Northern Ireland.

Oct. 25, 2018

We trace the roots of the parody ISIS flag printed on the explosive sent to CNN. Minnesota looks like it’s about to send the first Somali refugee to Congress. As the migrant caravan heads toward the border, we explain how the group went from 160 Hondurans to around 7,000-strong.

Oct. 18, 2018

We trace the spy novel-esque evolution of missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s story. As Asian-American students’ lawsuit against Harvard heads to court, undergrads debate affirmative action… and then switch sides. And we ask: "How much can we really trust polls?"

Oct. 11, 2018

Some smart debaters take on whether #MeToo has been weaponized… and then they switch sides. We play with mixed reality to dissect why it’s painfully awkward to talk about money in our relationships. And why is it so hard for third-party candidates to win?