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Insight With Beth Ruyak

February 25, 2020

Financial Market Jitters, Global Trade And The Coronavirus

On Monday, global stock markets tumbled more than 3 percent, apparently in reaction to the continuing spread of the coronavirus or COVID-19. The latest increase in cases hit South Korea, Iran and Italy.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

February 25, 2020

Annual Flu Activity Is Still High

While world markets and national governments focus on COVID-19’s spread, annual flu season is still very much underway. In parts of the world, cases are decreasing. But the World Health Organization says North America still has elevated levels.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

February 25, 2020

American River College Presents ‘North Star’

An upcoming play presented by American River College explores the experience of a young girl in the 1960s during the Civil Rights era. "North Star" opens this weekend with performances through March 8.

BBC World Service

February 24, 2020

BBC Lookahead: Taliban-US Peace Deal, Cesars Controversy

The BBC's Audrey Tinline joins CapRadio's Steve Milne from London to talk about a peace deal between the Taliban and the U.S. and controversy at the Cesars, the French equivalent of the Oscars.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

February 24, 2020

California Congressional Update From Washington, DC

Stories develop so quickly, run their course and are replaced by the next big headline. Much attention is focused on the race for the Democratic nomination for president, while the California Congressional delegation is focused on Washington, DC.

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Sell Or Stay? Australia's Fire Zone Experiment

February 25, 2020

After deadly 2009 wildfires, authorities offered to buy property to encourage people to move. Few accepted. The questions raised by Australia's experience are freshly urgent after its latest fires.