Podcasts

What Are the Polls Actually Telling Us? What Are the Polls Actually Telling Us?

On this episode of See How They Run, Danielle Deiseroth and Josh Cohen on what the 2024 polls can—and can’t—tell us about the election.

See How They Run / D.D. Guttenplan

An Israeli Hostage Operation, a Victory for the European Right, and Tensions in Korea An Israeli Hostage Operation, a Victory for the European Right, and Tensions in Korea

On this episode of American Prestige, headlines from around the globe.

American Prestige / Daniel Bessner and Derek Davison

Silicon Valley Is Courting Gulf Monarchies to Fund AI Silicon Valley Is Courting Gulf Monarchies to Fund AI

On this episode of Tech Won’t Save Us, Nitasha Tiku on tech and Saudi Arabia.

Tech Won’t Save Us / Paris Marx

See How They Run

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See How They Run is a new, weekly election-themed podcast hosted by Nation editor-in-chief D.D. Guttenplan. Every week, Guttenplan will be joined by The Nation’s leading correspondents and contributors, bringing listeners up to date on the latest news from the trail—the issues, the polls, the ads—and analyze what it means for the election and the progressive movement in America. It’s the campaign cheat sheet delivered in a way that only The Nation can.

What Are the Polls Actually Telling Us?

What Are the Polls Actually Telling Us? What Are the Polls Actually Telling Us?

On this episode of See How They Run, Danielle Deiseroth and Josh Cohen on what the 2024 polls can—and can’t—tell us about the election.

D.D. Guttenplan

Does Trump’s Conviction Change Anything?

Does Trump’s Conviction Change Anything? Does Trump’s Conviction Change Anything?

On this episode of See How They Run, Joan Walsh and Jeet Heer on what Donald Trump’s 34-count felony conviction means for the 2024 election.

D.D. Guttenplan

Contempt of Court with Elie Mystal

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Contempt of Court is an original podcast series from The Nation about how to reform the Supreme Court. Host Elie Mystal delves into distinct avenues for change, featuring historical insights, fresh analysis of the latest SCOTUS news, and conversations with experts and changemakers who are actively working to shape the future of the judiciary.

Nadine Seiler attends a rally for voting rights in front of the Supreme Court Building in Washington, D.C., on December 7, 2022.

Delegitimize the Supreme Court Delegitimize the Supreme Court

On the final episode of Contempt of Court, Elie Mystal is joined by legal experts Nikolas Bowie and Rhiannon Hamam to understand how we might strip the court of its presumed legit…

Elie Mystal

People protest in front of the US Supreme Court on June 24, 2022, in Washington, D.C in response to the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization ruling.

Can’t Reform the Court’s Power? Then Let’s Take It Away. Can’t Reform the Court’s Power? Then Let’s Take It Away.

On this episode of the Contempt of Court podcast, a deep dive into jurisdiction stripping.

Elie Mystal

Start Making Sense with Jon Wiener

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Start Making Sense is The Nation’s flagship weekly podcast, hosted by contributing editor Jon Wiener, featuring the magazine’s writers and editors as well as activists who shape the week in news. New episodes each Wednesday.

House Progressives vs. AIPAC, and State Constitutions Protecting Rights

House Progressives vs. AIPAC, and State Constitutions Protecting Rights House Progressives vs. AIPAC, and State Constitutions Protecting Rights

On this episode of Start Making Sense, Alan Minsky on the campaign to defeat Jamaal Bowman, and Eyal Press on state Constitutions expanding rights missing from the US constitution…

Jon Wiener

Former president Donald Trump enters a news conference at Trump Tower following the verdict in his hush-money trial at Trump Tower, on May 31, 2024, in New York City.

The Trump Verdict and the Pundits—Plus, Trump and Women Now The Trump Verdict and the Pundits—Plus, Trump and Women Now

On this episode of Start Making Sense, Marc Cooper critiques the conventional wisdom, and Katha Pollitt comments on female voters.

Jon Wiener

The Time of Monsters with Jeet Heer

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The Time of Monsters podcast features the Nation’s national-affairs correspondent Jeet Heer’s signature blend of political culture and cultural politics. Each week, he’ll host in-depth conversations with urgent voices on the most pressing issues of our time. New episodes each Sunday.

Former president Donald Trump speaks at a rally at Sunset Park on Sunday, June 9, 2024, in Las Vegas.

Trump Versus the Sharks Trump Versus the Sharks

On this episode of The Time of Monsters, Chris Lehmann on how gibberish resonates with the MAGA base.

Jeet Heer

People at a movie theater.

Hollywood’s Blockbuster Crisis Hollywood’s Blockbuster Crisis

On this episode of The Time of Monsters, Daniel Bessner discusses what corporate monopolies are doing to the dream factory.

Jeet Heer

Edge of Sports with Dave Zirin

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Edge of Sports is where sports and politics collide. Sports Editor and Host Dave Zirin talks to the trailblazers and earth shakers at the intersection of sports and politics.

The Dallas Mavericks celebrate with the Oscar Robertson Trophy, on May 30, 2024, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

The Dallas Mavericks: Mission Impossible? The Dallas Mavericks: Mission Impossible?

On this episode of Edge of Sports, Arya Shirazi joins the show to review the NBA Conference Finals and preview the NBA Finals.

Dave Zirin

The New York Knicks' Stephon Marbury watches as the New Jersey Nets' Jason Kidd shoots a free throw in the second half of Game 4 of first-round playoffs at Madison Square Garden.

NBA Playoffs: Round One Understood NBA Playoffs: Round One Understood

On this episode of Edge of Sports, Dave and Arya discuss the playoffs.

Dave Zirin

Tech Won’t Save Us with Paris Marx

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The metaverse and web3 are the latest in a long line of commercial frameworks the tech industry has tried to force on us to enhance its power and profits. In this podcast from The Nation, Paris Marx speaks with experts every Thursday to dissect what new technologies and the companies behind them are doing to our world, and why we should stop them.

The Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) logo seen displayed on a smartphone with an Artificial intelligence (AI) chip and symbol in the background.

Silicon Valley Is Courting Gulf Monarchies to Fund AI Silicon Valley Is Courting Gulf Monarchies to Fund AI

On this episode of Tech Won’t Save Us, Nitasha Tiku on tech and Saudi Arabia.

Paris Marx

How the FBI Tapped the Encrypted Chats of Criminals Around the World

How the FBI Tapped the Encrypted Chats of Criminals Around the World How the FBI Tapped the Encrypted Chats of Criminals Around the World

On this episode of Tech Won’t Save Us, Joseph Cox on the largest international sting operation by law enforcement.

Paris Marx

American Prestige

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A podcast hosted by Daniel Bessner and Derek Davison that provides listeners with everything they need to know about what’s going on in the world.

Israeli hostage Andrei Kozlov disembarks with soldiers from an air force CH-53 Sea Stallion military helicopter which landed in the grounds of the Sheba Medical Center, after his rescue by the Israeli army from captivity in the Gaza Strip, on June 8, 2024.

An Israeli Hostage Operation, a Victory for the European Right, and Tensions in Korea An Israeli Hostage Operation, a Victory for the European Right, and Tensions in Korea

On this episode of American Prestige, headlines from around the globe.

Daniel Bessner and Derek Davison

Security guards walk past the Chinese national flag at the Military Museum of Chinese People's Revolution on March 1, 2008, in Beijing, China.

Chinese Soft Power Chinese Soft Power

On this episode of American Prestige, Maria Repnikova on China’s diplomatic strategy.

Derek Davison and Daniel Bessner

Going for Broke with Ray Suarez

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Going for Broke with Ray Suarez is about Americans on the edge. On this show, we talk to people who have lost jobs, lost their homes and sometimes lost the narrative thread of their lives. But with those hardships, they’ve gained valuable insights into the problems facing millions of people in this country.

Why We Made “Going for Broke”

Why We Made “Going for Broke” Why We Made “Going for Broke”

In this video roundtable, Laura Flanders joins Ray Suarez and Ann Larson to talk about our newest podcast.

Going for Broke with Ray Suarez / The Nation, Economic Hardship Reporting Project, and Laura Flanders

Jen Fitzgerald: A Poet Without a Home

Jen Fitzgerald: A Poet Without a Home Jen Fitzgerald: A Poet Without a Home

As the pandemic closed down New York City, Fitzgerald found her daughter and herself priced out of a place to live.

The Nation and Economic Hardship Reporting Project

System Check with Melissa Harris-Perry & Dorian Warren

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On System Check, hosts Melissa Harris-Perry and Dorian Warren set about diagnosing and repairing our malfunctioning democracy. Dorian and Melissa talk with leaders you already know and changemakers you need to know, to figure out how we can work around, smash through, or re-create the systems that shape our lives.

Political Violence Is No Anomaly in American History

Political Violence Is No Anomaly in American History Political Violence Is No Anomaly in American History

Throughout our nation’s history, the threat—and actuality—of political violence has served to thwart and suppress Black agency and emancipation.

Melissa Harris-Perry and Dorian T. Warren

The ‘System’ Check Book Club

The ‘System’ Check Book Club The ‘System’ Check Book Club

Featuring Maria Hinojosa, Rumaan Alam, Scott Farris, John Nichols, and Shana Redmond.

Melissa Harris-Perry and Dorian T. Warren

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