The country's political landscape continues to evolve under the Biden Administration amid party clashes, new pieces of major legislation, and much more; 'Political Junkie' Ken Rudin helps us make sense of it all. America's college financial-aid system has also helped millions of students obtain a post-secondary education, but continuous hikes in tuition and fees are leading many to question what it's actually worth. Plus, a trip to the beloved and historic Mule Days Celebration in Bishop.
- Longtime political journalist and host of Ken Rudin’s Political Junkie podcast Ken Rudin with the latest in the U.S. political landscape
- CapRadio News Editor Kris Hooks on his experience buying a house in Sacramento’s red-hot real estate market
another thing about the house: we own a home our families legally couldn't buy decades ago.— kris hooks (@Captain_Hooks) May 17, 2021
"no part of any of said lots shall at any time be rented, leased ... or to be occupied or used by any persons not of the caucasian race... [unless] in the capacity of servants..." pic.twitter.com/hyaHiVrqh6
- Co-chair of the Postsecondary Value Commission and former CEO and current advisor of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Dr. Sue Desmond-Hellman, and Commissioner of the Postsecondary Value Commission and president of Campaign for College Opportunity, Michele Siqueiros, explain their latest report addressing the question “What is college worth?” concerning college affordability and debt
- After canceling in 2020, for the first time in more than 50 years, we take a trip along Highway 395 to the beloved and historic Mule Days Celebration in Bishop, which resumed Memorial Day Weekend in the Eastern Sierra