A state senator tries persuading his own constituents, from his own party, that the 2020 election was not stolen. (17 minutes)
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David Kestenbaum finds out about a speech that, in another world, President Clinton gave on August 17, 1998.
Producer David Kestenbaum drops in on some Republicans who are still trying to field a candidate to challenge this president.
When health care premiums went up in New York State, a bunch of people got mad and wrote letters to the state.
We’ve all heard reports that voter fraud isn’t real. But how do we know that’s true? David Kestenbaum went on a quest to find out if someone had actually put in the work—and run the numbers—to know for certain.
Earlier this month, North Korea fired an intercontinental ballistic missile… one powerful enough, news reports said, to reach Alaska. People were shocked.
Mike Wilson, the editor of the Dallas Morning News, recently got some hate mail from conservative readers. They think that the media—and his paper—are biased.
Donald Trump has promised to get rid of Obamacare. Producer David Kestenbaum talks with someone who’d lose their insurance.
David Kestenbaum finds that the most unforgettable person in this county is a dead guy. A guy named Franklin Delano Roosevelt.