Daily Archives: October 14, 2022

Brooks and Capehart on the Jan. 6 subpoena of Trump and what’s at stake in the midterms


Oct 14, 2022

New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics, including the Jan. 6 Committee’s decision to subpoena former President Trump and what’s at stake in the upcoming midterm elections.Try

‘As Strong Of A Rebuke As You Can Imagine’: SCOTUS Rejects Trump Request


Oct 14
2022

The Supreme Court handed former President Donald Trump a loss Thursday in his dispute with the Justice Department over documents seized from his Mar-a-Lago residence, rejecting his request that a special master be allowed to review classified papers. The Morning Joe panel discusses.

Chinese President Xi tightens grip on authority amid fears of a return to one-man politics


Oct 14, 2022

China is holding its most important political meeting in decades. The Communist Party’s 20th National Congress will see a shake-up of the country’s leadership but the top job is all but secured with President Xi Jinping to remain at the helm. It comes amid growing fears about what a return to one-man politics might mean for the future of the country. Special correspondent Patrick Fok reports.

U.S. Jan. 6 committee voted to subpoena Trump. Now what?


Oct 14, 2022

The U.S. House Committee investigating the January 6th 2021 assault on the Capitol now wants to hear directly from former President Donald Trump who they blame for instigating the riot. Attorney and Republican Strategist Adolfo Franco explains what’s next. #heat

How Plastic Affects Humans


Oct 14, 2022

Our review of the week begins with how human health is harmed by plastic. Then, does Generation Z have a different approach to work? And what exactly are heritage designations and how do they affect city planning?

Brazil Amazon deforestation not big election issue


Oct 14, 2022

(14 Oct 2022) Record levels of deforestation in the Amazon have barely made a ripple in the fiercely contested presidential election in Brazil.(Oct. 14)(AP video: Tatiana Pollastri and Fernando Crispim)