Henry Grabar fills in as host, surveying how the Democratic presidential candidates would try to fix the housing affordability crisis. What kinds of local policies have given rise to the crisis in the first place? Guest: . Podcast production by Sam Lee with help from Danielle Hewitt.
Gist: Trump Is America
On The Gist, Scaramucci was wrong about Trump. In the interview, journalist David Robson is here to talk about his new book !
Man Up: Becoming "Man of the House" Too Soon
What exactly was going through Kareem Rahma’s 20-year-old head when he found out his father only had 6 months to live? As he tells it, nothing. He was entirely fixated on how the family dynamic was about to change. As the eldest sibling, as the oldest boy, he was certain that the responsibilities of his father, financial and otherwise, were his to inherit. This week on Man Up, Aymann talks with Kareem about how he may have put that pressure on himself. Tell us what you think about this and other topics by leaving a voicemail at 805-626-8707 or email@example.com. We may feature you on the show. And please tell us what you think by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts. Podcast production by Danielle Hewitt and Cameron Drews
If Then: When Your DNA is Public Information
Aaron Mak learns about how law enforcement is using public genealogy websites to crack cold cases. His guest is Nila Bala, Associate Director of Criminal Justice Policy at the R Street Institute, which is a think tank whose mission is to find solutions to complex policy problems. Bala is also a former public defender. She says while it’s great that criminals are being brought to justice, there should be more rules in place to limit false positives and prevent privacy violations. After the interview, Shannon Palus joins the show for this week’s edition of Don’t Close My Tabs.
What Next: The Danger Around the Corner
When it comes to pedestrian deaths, the Sun Belt is the most dangerous area in the country. Six of the 10 most dangerous metro areas for pedestrians are located in Florida. Nineteen of the top 20 are in the Sun Belt. How is the way we build our cities and suburbs contributing to the problem? And what can be done to try to reduce traffic deaths across the country? Guest: , writer Streetsblog USA