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Today, KYW Newsradio in Depth presents The Rundown from KYW Newsradio -- a round table discussion with a group of KYW Newsradio reporters. The Philadelphia parks and recreation department puts on a basketball tournament, kind of, and the suburbs around Philadelphia wrestle with a long vaccination timetable. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit p…
 
Right before he left office, President Trump issued a list of pardons and commutations. This is standard for outgoing presidents. So who did President Trump pardon? Were there any surprises, or was his list pretty consistent with previous administrations? And what does a pardon actually mean under the law? Dr. Michael Moreland, Professor of Law at …
 
2020 was the year of at home, and while the real estate market really kind of overperformed in a lot of ways despite the COVID-19 shutdowns, different areas and parts of the country all had very different stories. So what did we learn from 2020, and what does it mean for 2021? How is the Philadelphia housing market doing, compared to other cities? …
 
Joe Biden will be inaugurated as President of the United States on Wednesday. He will take power in the midst of a pandemic, and two weeks after a mob stormed the US Capitol. Have we ever seen an inauguration under circumstances like this? How will all this change the ceremony we see? Dr. Bill Rosenberg, Professor of Political Science at Drexel Uni…
 
COVID-19 has affected the lives of people living in the United States, but the data show the most dire repercussions of the pandemic have not been distributed evenly. So what's going on here? What's behind the inequality, and who's getting hit the hardest? And how does a country that has trouble getting on the same page about anything work together…
 
Obviously the first, second, and third priorities of the Joe Biden administration will be the coronavirus pandemic response -- but beyond that, how will the next White House tackle the complex issue of healthcare policy in the United States? The opioid epidemic got pushed off the front page by COVID-19, but it's still ravaging communities around th…
 
There's light at the end of the tunnel, finally, as COVID-19 vaccines are being distributed. And as more and more people get vaccinated, employers will have to start making decisions about bringing their employees back to the physical office space -- the first of an almost endless list of health related workplace decisions that are going to be fron…
 
It's hard to remember a time when conspiracy theories and the people who believe them have been more public or numerous than they are now. A growing number of Americans believe some pretty wild things, and it’s nearly impossible for a conspiracy theorist to change their mind about their beliefs. So why do we believe conspiracy theories? Dr. John Gr…
 
President-elect Joe Biden released a pandemic recovery plan with a nearly $2 trillion price tag and a lot inside. What's inside the plan and where's the money going? How critical is funding for state and local governments? What do direct payments do for the economy? And in non stimulus news, the jobs numbers are trending in a bad direction right no…
 
Today on KYW Newsradio in Depth we asked a few of our colleagues to sit around a (virtual) table and talk about a few stories they're following during one of the most whirlwind periods of news in memory. We're calling it 'The Rundown from KYW Newsradio.' And today, KYW Newsradio reporters are discussing the newest updates to vaccine rollout plans i…
 
The stock market continues to hit high numbers despite the overall economy being uneven, to say the least. And recently there's been a lot of people talking about whether or not we're seeing a bubble in the markets. So what is a bubble? What are the signs that one is developing? And is the market doing anything out of the ordinary right now? Cindy …
 
What did people 100 years ago expect would happen in 2021? What did they imagine today's world would look like? It's a really interesting question that Jason Feifer, Editor In Chief of Entrepreneur Magazine wanted to answer, so he did some research and put together a fascinating article about what folks in 1921 thought our current moment would look…
 
We're still taking stock of the fallout from the violence at the US Capitol last week. One ripple effect has been that many corporations have announced that they're now suspending financial donations to politicians who objected to the counting of the Electoral College votes that day. That seems like a big deal. Is it? Dr. Robin Kolodny, Professor a…
 
After years of political turmoil, the United Kingdom has finally left the European Union. So now that Brexit is official, what exactly has changed? What happens when a country goes through a massive divorce like this? And what does it mean for the UK, for the EU, and the rest of the world? Dr. R. Daniel Kelemen, Professor of Political Science and L…
 
2020 is done, over with, kaput, and good riddance to bad rubbish. Time to tackle 2021's unique challenges, which unfortunately look no less dystopian than last year's. The coronavirus pandemic, American political unrest, inequality and the K-shaped recovery, cyber warfare behind the scenes, and the ever present risks associated with climate change.…
 
The coronavirus pandemic upended our lives in just about every way -- including socially. A lot of people have been basically stuck in their homes for the better part of a year, and it's going to be a bit of a culture shock when this is over and people are vaccinated and it's time to get back to life as we knew it. So how do you prepare yourself to…
 
2020 was horrible for a lot of people in a lot of ways, and one of the main themes in the economy was the massive chasm between the haves and have nots that got wider and wider during the coronavirus pandemic "recovery." Call it a K-shape, or maybe it's more of a straight line -- the wealthy did very well in 2020 and everyone else did not. So what'…
 
Wednesday, January 6, 2021 was a day we will truly never forget, when the US Capitol was overrun by a violent mob that had just left a rally where President Trump spoke. We’re still learning about the extent of what happened, and how it was able to happen, but we wanted to talk about putting this moment in context and where we go from here. Dr. Joh…
 
President-elect Joe Biden's nominee for Attorney General is Judge Merrick Garland. He's widely known as the Supreme Court pick of President Obama who never got a vote before Congress. But what else should you know about Merrick Garland? What does his nomination mean for the Department of Justice's priorities during the Biden Administration? And is …
 
There are a lot of reasons to be positive about the recovery from the coronavirus pandemic as vaccines start to be rolled out around the world. In the meantime though, the virus is still spreading and there's news about a few notable mutations in different countries. One mutation was found in South Africa, while another highly contagious strain of …
 
The Drexel University women's basketball team is off to a 4-1 start this season and proving to be one of the top defensive teams in the country. KYW Newsradio's Matt Leon caught up with Drexel head coach Amy Mallon to talk about their season thus far. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On January 6, as Congress met on Capitol Hill to formalize President-elect Joe Biden's election win, a crowd of Trump supporters stormed the United States Capitol, overwhelming police and pushing past barriers to breach the building itself. As the mob made its way through the Capitol building, members of Congress were told to hide in the building w…
 
For a long time in the United States it seemed like the one issue that could reliably get bipartisan support was infrastructure. Republicans and Democrats alike agreed that bridges should get fixed, potholes should get filled, water should flow through pipes with above average structural integrity. Unfortunately, a whole lot of talk turned into vir…
 
Congress finally passed another COVID-19 relief bill. We wanted to find out what's inside the bill, who it's going to help, and if it's going to be enough to get the country through this crisis -- or if the bill contains just a portion of the help America needs. Scott Deacle, Associate Professor and Chair of the Business and Economics Department at…
 
SportsRadio 94WIP's Ray Didinger and KYW Newsradio's Dave Uram discuss the controversial decision for Nate Sudfeld to play instead of Jalen Hurts in the fourth quarter of the Eagles last game of the season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Radio.com による
 
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