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Photo courtesy of the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum

Wednesday, August 5, 201508/05/2015

Remembering Nagasaki, & Vaya con Munoz

In Bill Newman

8.5.15  Susan Southard, author of “Nagasaki – Life After Nuclear War”; Jeff Napolitano, Exec. Director of the American Friends Service…

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Wednesday, August 5, 201508/05/2015

On The Money (8/5/15)

In On the Money

This week on On the Money with Gary Thomas: 3 Things that can derail your retirement Social Security employees that…

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Tuesday, August 4, 201508/04/2015

Pirates and Improv

In Bill Newman

8/4: Ahoy mateys, it’s Treasure Island according to  Long John Silver, Billy Bones, Black Dog, Blind Pew, & Jim Hawkins,…

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Monday, August 3, 201508/03/2015

Space, Jazz, and Breastfeeding

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8.3.15 Cheryl Latuner, author of “Baby At My Breast: Reflections of a Nursing Mother”; Hampshire College professor/astronomer Salman Hameed on…

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Saturday, August 1, 201508/01/2015

Western Mass Business Show 8.1.15

In The Western Mass. Business Show

Ira speaks with Angela Lussier. http://media.whmp.com/FULL_SHOW8115.mp3Podcast (channel-taking-care-of-business): Play in new window | Download

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Friday, July 31, 201507/31/2015

Hunger Doesn’t Get A Summer Vacation

In Bill Newman

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Thursday, July 30, 201507/30/2015

The Presidential Horse Race!

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Thursday, July 30, 201507/30/2015

Will Pot Be Legal in MA in 2017?

In Bill Newman

7.29 We take one toke over the line with Terry Franklin, board member of Bay State Repeal. And a new edition of ‘Vaya Con Munoz’ with Natalia Munoz.

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Tuesday, July 28, 201507/28/2015

On The Money (7/28/15)

In On the Money

This week on On the Money with Gary Thomas: Will the events in China affect our markets? How do you…

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Tuesday, July 28, 201507/28/2015

Happy Birthday, Medicare!

In Bill Newman

7.28.15 Best-selling New York Times author Dr. Dale Archer, whose new book is “The ADHD Advantage: What You Thought Was a Diagnosis May Be Your Greatest Strength.” Then, Happy 50th Birthday, Medicare and Medicaid –time to celebrate– and anticipate Medicare for all—we can hope–
with Jackie Wolf (Co-chair of Mass Care: The Massachusetts Campaign for Single Payer Health Care), Diana Stein (professor emeritus, Mount Holyoke College) Gerald Friedman (Chair of the UMass. Economics Dept., and national expert on single payer), and Ruth Smith (social worker with expertise in disability benefits and services)

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Making headlines this week

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A look back at some of the biggest newsmakers this week and the headlines you may have missed.

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Teen pregnancies hit historic low

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The annual survey shows the continuation of a downward trend that began in 2006 and continued through 2014, the latest year of complete data, when nearly 250,000 babies were born to girls and women aged 15 to 19.

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U.S. high court approves rule change to expand FBI hacking power

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The Supreme Court on Thursday approved a rule change that would let U.S. judges issue search warrants for access to computers located in any jurisdiction despite opposition from civil liberties groups who say it will greatly expand the FBI's hacking authority.

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Biden visits Iraq in show of support amid multiple crises

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U.S. Vice President Joe Biden met Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and other top officials in unannounced visits to Baghdad and Erbil on Thursday to show support for a government battling Islamic State amid political and economic crises.

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No wall, but more high-tech gear, fencing sought by U.S. border agents

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The modest scope of the requirements, details of which were contained in internal emails seen by Reuters and described by Border Patrol officials in interviews, contrasts sharply with calls by Republican presidential candidates for more drastic measures to secure the border.