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This back-to-school season, schools across the country are reckoning with a lack of available teachers, with several districts lowering standards for hiring educators and others reducing school days to four a week. Dan Domenech, executive director of the American Association of School Administrators, joins Chuck to analyze the problem and talk thro…
 
With only seven primary states to go until the midterms, all eyes are trained on the Sunshine State, with Democrats mounting fierce challenges to unseat Senator Marco Rubio and Governor Ron DeSantis. Marc Caputo, NBC News national political reporter, and Emily Mahoney, political editor for the Tampa Bay Times, join Chuck to break down how abortion,…
 
The FBI's search of former President Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate has created an information vacuum. While the Department of Justice has remained silent on the reason for the investigation, Trump and a growing number of Republicans have been quick to politicize the incident and speculate corruption. Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and Republi…
 
Former Sen. John Danforth (R) represented Missouri in the Senate for three terms until 1995. Before that he was the state attorney general but today he is bankrolling a Super PAC that's helping prop up independent senate candidate John Wood. Chuck talks to Danforth about his motivation and how politics have changed.…
 
As the weight of Trumpism prepares for another test in Tuesday's midterms, Jonathan Lemire, Politico's White House Bureau Chief and host of MSNBC's "Way Too Early," joins Chuck to detail the rise of former President Trump's false stolen election claims, and why that movement — far from dwindling — is taking root in the GOP for the long term.…
 
NBC News Justice correspondent Pete Williams joins Chuck for a tell-all interview on his last week on the job. Revealed: His future plans for a jazz podcast, his longstanding relationship with the Cheneys, and his old aspirations for a congressional run.Di NBC News
 
The Federal Reserve's Wednesday decision to raise interest rates by 0.75 percentage point — the second hike this summer — marks another historic move in the central bank's effort to avoid a deep recession in America. Ben White, Politico's chief economic correspondent, joins Chuck to analyze Washington's continued moves to avoid a national economic …
 
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, while acknowledging a slowing US economy, downplayed distress over the US potential road to a recession in her Meet the Press interview Sunday. Jake Sherman, founder of Punchbowl News and NBC News contributor, joins Chuck to analyze the Biden administration's handling of the country's economic woes. Plus, Chuck and …
 
Sen. Roy Blunt's (R-Mo.) retirement next term triggered a crowded Republican field to replace him. Embroiled former Gov. Eric Greitens leads the pack, but candidacies like John Wood's seem to present a middle ground on the right, away from the extremes of election denialism. He joins Chuck to pitch his candidacy and to discuss the strength of the i…
 
The outpouring of revelations coming from ongoing Jan. 6 hearings seem to have spurred former President Trump to feed into the rumors of his potential redux presidential bid — a shiny metal object to distract from the committee's damning allegations. Betsy Woodruff Swan, national correspondent at Politico, and Reid Epstein, politics reporter at the…
 
As Presidents Biden and Trump both inch toward reprising their role as their respective party nominees, challengers are testing the waters on either side in potential forecasts of 2024 primaries to come. NBC News Senior Washington Correspondent Hallie Jackson joins Chuck to dive deep into the changing political landscape.…
 
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