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The editors of The Christian Science Monitor take you beyond the headlines with the ideas driving progress in this 15-minute news briefing. The Monitor Daily Podcast is available each Monday through Friday at 6 pm ET. For more information on the Daily or The Christian Science Monitor, visit csmonitor.com. Send your comments, suggestions or thoughts to podcast@csmonitor.com.
 
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At the end of a momentous week, please forgive us for writing about something utterly trivial: Bernie Sanders’ mittens. Also: today’s stories, including a team that’s shaking up climate models, how a 50-50 Senate would work, and how Japanese comic creators are grappling with racism. Join the Monitor's Samantha Laine Perfas and Ken Kaplan for today'…
 
They come by plane, sled, and snowmobile. In subzero temperatures, an all-female team of medical workers are bringing precious cargo – the COVID-19 vaccine – across the frozen Alaskan tundra to remote villages using whatever transportation is necessary. Also: today’s stories, including how Biden might bridge divides, a look at the next climate chan…
 
There’s a lot of pomp, ceremony, and tradition on Inauguration Day. These are, of course, designed to honor and reinforce America’s democratic transition of power. But there’s a quiet, simple gesture that may be just as important. Also: today’s stories, including 10 letters of advice for President Biden, signs of a changing South as Raphael Warnock…
 
Buffalo Bills fans are an odd lot. But this weekend, they did something even more shocking. Also: today’s stories, including a look forward at a Biden presidency, why election conspiracy theories spread so easily, and the best 10 books of January. Join the Monitor's Mark Sappenfield and Molly Jackson for today's news. For more information, visit cs…
 
One surprising takeaway from the pandemic: “where there’s a will there’s a way.” Also: Europe criticizes Trump Twitter ban; the challenge of vaccinating Israeli Arabs; and a new museum celebrates African American music. Join the Monitor's Noelle Swan and Ken Kaplan for today's news. For more information, visit csmonitor.com/daily.…
 
This weekend, the Delaware Humane Association plans to honor the Bidens’ German shepherd, adopted from a shelter, with an “indoguration” party. Also: today’s stories, including why police showed up on both sides of the “thin blue line,” signs Taliban now prefer victory, and a conversation on U.S. election integrity. Join the Monitor's Dave Scott an…
 
The Monitor’s veteran diplomatic reporter reflects on the transfer of power, and America’s standing as role model for nations around the world. Also: the U.S. House votes to impeach President Donald Trump a second time; why protecting prisons from COVID-19 is everyone’s problem; and how a Statue of Liberty spirit offers a fresh start in a Brooklyn …
 
There was a moment last Wednesday when Capitol Police officer Eugene Goodman was all that stood between an angry mob and the floor of the United States Senate. Also: today’s stories, including how loyalty led to conflict for Mike Pence; ‘realists’ fret over Biden foreign policy; and a Punjabi dance warms Canadian hearts. Join the Monitor's Mark Sap…
 
The work of ensuring accountability and consequences, at all levels, for last Wednesday’s insurrection at the U.S. Capitol deepens. One effort targets the root. Also: today’s stories, including the possibility of impeachment, China’s latest Hong Kong crackdown, and our weekly progress roundup. Join the Monitor's Clay Collins and Amelia Newcomb for …
 
A group of incarcerated men pooled their prison earnings to pay tuition for a young man to attend a private high school. Also: The GOP grapples with its radical wing; diverse reactions from around the world to the US Capitol storming; and how Warner Bros. streaming will impact moviegoing. Join the Monitor's Ken Kaplan and Eva Botkin-Kowacki for tod…
 
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