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What Joe wants you to know. Every day, Vice President Joe Biden looks to the news across the nation that's sparking conversation, sharing the articles and opinions that he's reading and might be of interest to you. Entertaining. Informative. Thought-provoking. He doesn't always agree with them, but they've got something to say.

What Joe wants you to know. Every day, Vice President Joe Biden looks to the news across the nation that's sparking conversation, sharing the articles and opinions that he's reading and might be of interest to you. Entertaining. Informative. Thought-provoking. He doesn't always agree with them, but they've got something to say.

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What Joe wants you to know. Every day, Vice President Joe Biden looks to the news across the nation that's sparking conversation, sharing the articles and opinions that he's reading and might be of interest to you. Entertaining. Informative. Thought-provoking. He doesn't always agree with them, but they've got something to say.

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Episodes

Sexual Assault Survivor Who Confronted Jeff Flake: ‘Women Will Not Be Silenced’

10/25/2018
“November is coming,” Ana Maria Archila said after Brett Kavanaugh was voted onto the nation’s highest court.

Duration:00:04:30

Coming to your smartphone: Texts with a personal touch from political campaigns

10/23/2018
Political campaigns and parties say they’re sending many more texts this year than in past elections as part of a search for alternatives to social media.

Duration:00:09:40

Democratic voters face off against gerrymandered districts

10/22/2018
This November, Democrats are going to have to overcome an inherent disadvantage in many states due to gerrymandering.

Duration:00:05:54

Macron seeks an end political troubles with big fix for government

10/19/2018
French leader Emmanuel Macron is preparing broad changes within his government to jump start his presidency.

Duration:00:04:45

Jason Kander’s Decision Is What True Bravery Looks Like

10/18/2018
This week, Kansas City mayoral candidate and veteran Jason Kander announced he was quitting the race to face his PTSD.

Duration:00:06:45

China Slams Brakes On U.S. Crude Oil Imports

10/17/2018
Chinese buyers stop American crude imports as countries jostle on tariffs.

Duration:00:01:55

Powell and Albright Say World is Changing in Disturbing Ways

10/16/2018
Social media and the rhetoric of President Donald Trump have upended the old world order in dangerous ways.

Duration:00:02:37

Nobel Peace Prize awarded to two activists fighting sexual violence.

10/15/2018
Dr. Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad have won the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize for their efforts to end sexual violence.

Duration:00:01:44

In Times of Crisis, Call the Technologists

10/5/2018
During many kinds of emergencies, tech know-how is critical.

Duration:00:09:46

Free Speech is Not the Same as Free Reach

10/4/2018
The algorithms that govern how we find information online are once again in the news - but you have to squint to find them.

Duration:00:07:45

The Biggest Threat to the GOP Majority No One’s Talking About

10/3/2018
Forty-four House Republicans are heading for the exits, and almost half of their seats have become top Democratic targets.

Duration:00:07:46

Sweden Shows No Country is Immune to Far-Right, Anti-Immigrant Backlash

10/2/2018
Sweden has long been one of the world’s most tolerant countries. In Sunday’s election, it demonstrated that no country is immune from the anti-immigrant, far-right backlash.

Duration:00:06:27

Photos of School Shooters Dominate Coverage, While Victims Go Overlooked

10/1/2018
A new study of newspapers’ coverage of school shootings finds that images of suspects outnumber images of victims 16 to 1.

Duration:00:03:25

Obama to Ohio: Cordray as governor is ‘the kind of leadership we need’

9/28/2018
Obama urged supporters here to not only back Cordray but to also rally voters to back the nominee regardless of party.

Duration:00:03:52

The White House Tried to Take Credit for the Economy. It Wasn’t Very Convincing.

9/27/2018
Barack Obama delivered a widely covered speech about our current president and suggested that Donald Trump didn’t necessarily deserve much credit for the healthy economy.

Duration:00:05:39

Young Latinos: Born in the U.S.A., carving their own identity

9/26/2018
For many young Hispanics, navigating their parents' culture in the U.S. has shaped their views on what it means to be American.

Duration:00:13:32

Emissions have already peaked in 27 cities

9/25/2018
Cities are now serving as a unique testbed for responses to climate change.

Duration:00:05:32

Parents want to work political races. But who will watch the kids?

9/24/2018
The problem is one that many moms and dads of young kids face all the time.

Duration:00:04:45

Google's China Plan Spurs Inquiry From U.S. Lawmakers, Staff Departures

9/21/2018
More than 1,000 Google employees, six U.S. senators and at least 14 human rights groups have written to the company expressing concern about its China ambitions.

Duration:00:03:43