LIBERAL

What's Different About Gretchen Whitmer, 'That Woman From Michigan'

'Big Gretch' isn't done cutting through the noise after an eventful year as governor of Michigan, and she lays it out on 'The Carlos Watson Show.

Maxine Waters Is Sick of COVID-19

Maxine Waters, one of the most experienced (and colorful) members of Congress, joins 'The Carlos Watson Show.

Why a Millennial Ohio Mayor Could Signal a Blue Wave

Democrat Sam Cramblit, 28, won over small-town Ironton, Ohio, in a sign that Joe Biden could hold strong in Trump country.

Will Maine Lead a New Election Model for the Nation?

Ranked-choice voting could give you more reasons to show up on Election Day.

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Real Talk, Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

Are Somali Americans the Swing Vote of the Future?

Recent migrants and new citizens, including thousands of Somali Americans in Maine, Ohio and Minnesota, are growing their political influence.

Gauging the Undecideds With Two Weeks Left

While most Americans have made up their minds, these few are still struggling to decide whom to vote for … or even to vote at all.

Ilhan Omar: Capitalism Cannot Deliver Social Justice

The fiery Somali-American member of “The Squad” on Capitol Hill visits “The Carlos Watson Show.

How a Grizzly-Slaying Alaskan Bodes Ill for Trump

A surprisingly competitive Alaska could be key to Democrats winning the Senate … and maybe even the presidency.

Pete Buttigieg Says Dems Did Not Coordinate to Seal Biden’s Primary Win

On “The Carlos Watson Show,” Mayor Pete shares the inside scoop from the campaign trail and what it meant to be a pioneer.

Jamaal Bowman: From ‘Street Kid’ to the Halls of Power

This new progressive star reveals his surprising influences on “The Carlos Watson Show.

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The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

The American Fringes Go Mainstream

In this week's Sunday Magazine, we explore how today's extremists are becoming the America of tomorrow.

American Fringes: The Intellectual Dark Web Declares Its Independence

A movement of liberal intellectuals who believe that the social justice discourse has broken with science and rationality is now counting on a new ideological charter to galvanize broader support.

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