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The Record: Tuesday, Feb. 9, Full Show

"There is a special place in hell for women who don't help each other" — What do you mean, Madeleine Albright? Is a feminist obligated to vote for...

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Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch Retires In True Beastmode Form

Bill Radke talks with Mike Pesca of Slate's "The Gist" podcast about Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch's unusual retirement announcement on...

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Nancy Pearl: Novels With Mystery And A Touch Of The South

When book-loving KUOW listeners are at a loss for what to read next, help is just a phone call away – as long as the call is to "Book Lust" author Nancy...

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Debate: Do Feminists Have To Vote For Hilary?

Bill Radke speaks with local journalist Erica C. Barnett and Jess Spear of Socialist Alternative about who a feminist should support in the 2016 Democra...

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WTO Demonstrations Provide Tumultuous Backdrop For New Novel

Ross Reynolds interviews novelist Sunil Yapa about his new debut novel "Your Heart is a Muscle the Size of a Fist," set during the tumultuous 1999 World...

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The Record: Monday, Feb. 8, Full Show

Poppycock and bullfeathers: That's the Governor's reaction to the firing of Washington state's transportation chief. We'll tell you what happened and wh...

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Candidate For McDermott's Job Wants To Bring More Science To Congress

David Hyde speaks with former Burien mayor Arun Jhaveri about his bid to replace U.S. Congressman Jim McDermott. McDermott has represented the Seattle a...

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Mother Worries Washington Bathroom Bill Will Put Her 8-Year-Old Transgender Daughter At Risk

Bill Radke talks with Betsy White about why she's opposed to a bill that would prevent people from using bathrooms and lockers rooms that are consistent...

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Keeping Up With The Gregoires: A Family Of Women In Politics

Chris Gregoire, former governor of Washington, almost didn't run for office. She had two kids, she reasoned. She should stay home with them. It was her ...

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NAACP Head Recalls Release From Prison: 'I'm Just Stunned'

In 1987, Gerald Hankerson was wrongfully convicted of aggravated murder. After 22 years behind bars, Washington state Gov. Chris Gregoire commuted...

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