Aired 5 months ago 4:07
Chinese Delegation To Arrive In U.S. For Next Round Of Trade Talks
NPR's Business Story of the Day
From the news
Aired 5 months ago 45:41
Brexit's Plan B, Duterte's war on the Catholic Church, some Venezuelans flee after protests
As the World Economic Forum's annual event in Davos, Switzerland, opens Tuesday, host Marco Werman looks at the issues of global wealth inequality and disruptive trade policies. Plus, unrest in Venezuela this week, as President Nicolas Maduro puts down an attempted uprising of the national guard and his political opposition plans nationwide protests. The World talks with reporter Mariana Zúñiga in Caracas about the current situation there and with Marianne Menjivar of the International Rescue Committee about migrants fleeing Venezuela for Colombia.
PRI's The World
Aired 5 months ago 42:21
January 22, 2019: Hour 1
The World Economic Forum opened in Davos, Switzerland, but several world leaders are not attending this year, including President Trump, who cancelled the U.S. delegation's trip amid the partial government shutdown. Also, regulations and fishing quotas have put a lot of pressure on small fishermen in New England. We meet one fisherman is trying to fish differently and more sustainably. That and more, in hour one of Here & Now's Jan. 22, 2019 full broadcast.
Here & Now
Aired 5 months ago 1:30
AP One Minute Headlines Jan 10 2019 14:00 (EST)
Lisa likes the window seat at night, the lights below the teller. She's nearly home. Then there's the light. She ...
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