FEED - On Point With Tom Ashbrook
A live, two-hour morning news-analysis program.
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The president and Congress share more pieces of a tax overhaul. What’s it add up to? We’ll ask.
The Supreme Court readies to weigh in on gerrymandering, digital privacy, and the gay marriage wedding cake. We’ll look at the docket for the new term.
Leada Gore, a reporter for the Alabama Media Group, told us why Roy Moore won over Luther Strange in Alabama's U.S. Senate run-off race.
Alabama’s US Senate primary. Moore vs Strange. Bannon vs Trump. We’ll unpack the results from Alabama’s special election.
Older Americans, on the road. Looking for work, for a living. Out of campervans and trailers. We’ll talk with the author of “Nomadland.”
The unthinkable. We look at consequences in Korea and far beyond if Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un would ever actually go nuclear.
A flattened Puerto Rico and how Washington is looking out—or not—for the U.S. territory.
In yesterday's football games across the country, NFL players took a knee during the national anthem to protest racial injustice against African-Americans in the United States.
Special counsel Bob Mueller bears down on Paul Manafort, as the Trump-Russia investigation escalates.
Tom Ashbrook is in Spokane, Washington for On Point’s national listening tour talking with locals about this tough wildfire season and our changing climate.
Doctors determined that the former NFL player, who was convicted of murder, had advanced stages of CTE. We look at what that means.
Trump and America First at the U.N. Russia investigation nears turning point. Earthquake and hurricanes. Our weekly news round table goes behind the headlines.
Colin Kaepernick, the quarterback who took a knee during the national anthem, remains shunned by football. We’ll toss around why.
Graham-Cassidy, the GOP’s health care Hail Mary to repeal Obamacare. We’ll dive into the bill and look at the high stakes -- for the politicians and for you.
What it’s like to be a dog. We talk with animal neuroscientist Gregory Berns.
Cities across the country court Amazon for its new headquarters. Wisconsin signs a $3 billion deal to snag Foxconn. We look at the competition for marquis employers.
Was our Constitution made for this much economic inequality? One big thinker says no.
Looking at the President's first speech to the UN General Assembly.
Facebook under new pressure and scrutiny from many sides as it ends up in the middle of national, international politics.
US farmers up against it from shifting trade policies to a changing climate. We’ll look at the state of the US frontier now.