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In The News with Terrance McAndrews

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In the News is a political podcast that covers politics, culture and current events. We cover political news from an independent point of view.

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Prescription medicine is a $320 billion industry in the US. Nearly 4 billion prescriptions are written every year to Americans for classes of drugs ranging from oncology to antidepressants. But this rapid growth of prescription... more

Congress is set to make $1.2 trillion dollars worth of across the board spending cuts on March 1. These cuts are otherwise known as the Sequester. The cuts would affect just about every federal program from defense to education to food... more

President Obama gave his State of the Union address on Tuesday night and in it he outlined the agenda that he hopes to pursue over the next 4 years. It was an aggressive agenda that he laid out; one that seems very much in line with his... more

Online adult films have been part of our society for over 10 years now and it's estimated that 40 million Americans are regular users. The internet has made even the most hardcore of adult films accessible and available at... more

A major push for immigration reform has begun in Washington on both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue. A bipartisan group of Senators have released a blueprint for immigration reform and the President gave a major policy speech in... more

President Obama was inaugurated for a second term as President this past week. In this episode we recap the inauguration ceremony and analyze President Obama's Inaugural Address. We review some of the issues mentioned in the... more

The education debate has been one of the biggest national debates in recent years and it seems as though reformers are beginning to see more and more of their proposals adopted. A NY State education commission, appointed by Gov.... more

Congress has reached a deal on the Fiscal Cliff. The vote came late on New Year's Day, but there was finally agreement on how to avert the crisis. The agreement addressed the tax aspect of the cliff but postponed addressing the... more

A recent study shows that there is a widening gap in this country between children from upper class homes and children from lower class homes when it comes to 4 main factors that are strong predictors of life success. And it's shown... more

Last week Michigan became the 24th state in the country to pass Right to Work legislation. The laws were hurried and pushed through state government despite protests from some lawmakers and Michigan's sizable union population. In this... more