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HERE & THERE with Dave Marash features informed conversations with journalists, analysts and witnesses to the news. 50 minutes of timely insights and eyes-on reporting from HERE (New Mexico and the American Southwest) and THERE (everywhere else). It’s a reporters dream and a listener’s feast.
Tune in Monday-Thursday 5:05-6PM Mountain on KSFR-FM 101.1 Santa Fe, New Mexico, repeated 8AM Mon-Friday.
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Gets Off Easy
Billion Dollar Slide
Will Everett, author ,We’ll Live Tomorrow, on Afghanistan
Obamacare: Repeal? Replace? Or just ruin?
On Saturday Night Live last month, Kate MacKinnon parodied Attorney General Jeff Sessions as a wispy Albino Forrest Gump.
Curing blindness in India and at Kewa Pueblo
The commando raid in Yemen, “success” or catastrophe?
If I understand the suits at Wells Fargo Bank correctly, it was 5 years ago that they first noticed that they had a problem with employees who were stealing bonuses from the company, by gaming and fabricating sales of various Wells Fargo financial services. The bank’s solution? Every year, they say, they fired about 1% of their workforce, about 2500 people. Since just a fraction of the Wells Fargo workforce is actually involved in marketing or selling accounts and services,…
Santa Fe, NM Mayor Javier Gonzales discusses the city’s status as a “sanctuary city” in Trump’s America.
Dave talks with Amos Kamil, author of “Great Is the Truth”, about the history of sexual abuse at Horace Mann School.
When United Technologies, decided to move most of its Carrier Division work from Indiana to Mexico, Donald Trump intervened and saved 730 jobs, and he passed on a $7 million subsidy bill to state taxpayers…a good deal? For whom? Indianapolis WRTV Channel 6 reporter Rafael Sanchez has been covering the story.
Dave talks with Pulitzer Prize winner Jesse Eisinger about how banks manage to avoid punishment for shady practices.
The News Literacy Project
Are journalists “enemies of the American people?”
Thursday 3/30 – Alan Miller – The News Literacy Project – Are journalists “enemies of the American people?”
There’s a lot of news out there, on paper, on radio, on tv, computer and personal digital devices. Helping consumers get the most out of their exposures to news is one goal of The News Literacy Project, founded by our guest Alan Miller
Shane Bauer, Mother Jones goes undercover
inside a militia unit trying to seal the Arizona-Mexico border.
Dave talks with Newsweek reporter Nina Burleigh about the impacts of a melting Antarctica.