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Internet Radio Show: On Point

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Host Tom Ashbrook and News Analyst Jack Beatty present this live evening news program originating from WBUR in Boston. The news is presented in a variety of contexts. The show's three sections include: news debrief of the day's top stories, a conversation on a single topic, and personal reactions to a news story. Recent stories have varied from discussions with Arab journalists from Lebanon to Egypt to Saudi Arabia, to discussions about the federal funds rate.


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On Point Live! At The WWII Museum: Listeners, We Want Your Stories
On Point Live! returns to New Orleans on May 30 for a live-audience recording of the show to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
Pelosi Says Trump 'Engaged In Cover-Up'; 'American Taliban' Released
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she believes the President engaged in a "cover-up" as the call for impeachment gets louder from some Democrats. Siobhan Hughes and Jill Wine-Banks join Meghna Chakrabarti. Plus, the "American Taliban" is released. Josh Meyer and Bennett Clifford join.
Fighting Antibiotic-Resistant 'Superbugs'; Congo's Ebola Outbreak
A doctor’s story of what it takes to save patients from increasingly deadly pathogens. As drug-resistant bacteria spread, can new genomic science battle back the superbugs? Dr. Matt McCarthy joins Meghna Chakrabarti. Also, the Ebola outbreak. Tariq Riebl and Joia Mukherjee join.
Violence, Distrust Pose Problems For Ebola Outbreak Responders In Congo
Ebola is responsible for the deaths of more than 1,100 people in the Democratic Republic of Congo now, making this the second worst outbreak ever.

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