Sessions out as attorney general, midterms impact foreign policy, the festival of lights
November 07, 2018
Jeff Sessions resigns as attorney general at President Trump's request the day after midterm elections gave control of the House of Representatives to the Democrats. Also, an Australian film crew observed the midterms and concludes that America is an unhappy and divided place right now. Plus, how the vote is likely to impact US foreign policy, immigration, climate issues and trade. And what we learned about fighting online misinformation this campaign season.
Music Heard on Air
Artist: Arji OceAnanda & Dallas Acid LARAAJI
Label: Flying Moonlight
Artist: Helsinki-Cotonou Ensemble
Label: Bafe's Factory
Artist: El Búho feat. Rumbo Tumba
Label: Wonderwheel Recordings
Artist: MINT FIELD
Label: Innovative Leisure
Stories in this Edition
For those who want to change how immigration works in the US, the midterm elections were a call to action.
The gubernatorial election in Georgia got attention from across the world, but the hard campaign didn’t end Tuesday night. Now residents are working to figure out next steps.
It’s the day after the US midterm elections. A record number of women were elected while Democrats regained the House and Republicans added to their control of the Senate. We break down what happened and why.
The 116th Congress is set to look a lot different than any previous one.
Women & Girls
It's a record. After the midterm results are tallied, more than 100 members of Congress are expected to be women.