Emergency Podcast - Georgia And South Carolina Specials: 6/20/17
The podcast team responds to the results of the special elections in Georgia's 6th district and South Carolina's 5th district.
The Most Special Special Election: 6/19/17
The special election in Georgia's 6th district has become the most expensive House election in American history. The podcast team debates how much it matters.
Trump Under Investigation: 6/15/17
The podcast team responds to new reports that President Trump is under FBI investigation for obstruction of justice.
The Base: 6/12/17
The podcast team debates who actually makes up the base in each party and what role they will play in upcoming elections.
Emergency Podcast - Hung Parliament: 6/9/17
No party won a majority in the U.K. election, resulting in a hung parliament. The podcast team reacts.
Emergency Podcast - Comey's Testimony: 6/8/17
The podcast team reacts to former FBI Director James Comey's testimony about the events that lead up to his firing by President Trump.
Emergency Podcast - Comey's Prepared Testimony: 6/7/17
The podcast team discusses former FBI Director James Comey's prepared testimony to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.
Pittsburgh vs. Paris: 6/5/17
The podcast team debates the political savvy of Trump's exit from the Paris climate agreement. Nate takes a look at what's going on in the crazy world of UK elections polls.
Do Democrats Need A Win?: 5/30/17
The podcast team debates whether a Democratic loss in Montana's special election means challenges ahead for the party. They also parse smoke from fire in the Russia scandal.
What Now?: 5/22/17
After the appointment of a special counsel to investigate possible ties between Trump's campaign and Russia, can the White House return to business as usual?
Emergency Podcast - The Comey Memo: 5/17/17
The podcast crew assesses the fallout from reports of a memo by former FBI Director Comey in which he detailed conversations with President Trump.
The Scandal Meter: 5/15/17
The podcast team sizes up how big of a scandal Comey's firing actually is. They also discuss how the census director's departure could affect the upcoming census.
Emergency Podcast: Trump Fires Comey: 5/9/17
News broke late on Tuesday that President Trump fired FBI Director James Comey. We hop in the studio to discuss.
Health Care Winners And Losers: 5/8/17
The podcast team talks to Anna Barry-Jester about how the GOP health care bill will affect real people. They also discuss the sizable polling miss in the French election.
Emergency Health Care Podcast II: 5/5/17
The podcast team talks about the political implications of the AHCA health care bill passing the House.
99 Trial Balloons: 5/1/17
The podcast team makes sense of Trump's one page tax plan with Ben Casselman. They also debate how the media has performed 100 days into the Trump presidency.
100 Days: 4/24/17
The team assesses Trump's legislative agenda as he ends his first 100 days. They also discuss the Earth Day protests and gauge populism's appeal after the French election.
Georgia's 6th - Live From New York: 4/19/17
The podcast team responds to GA-6 results live from the Comedy Cellar in New York. They also discuss upcoming European elections, play trivia and answer audience questions.
Trump's Paths, Revisited: 4/17/17
The podcast team assesses the special elections in Kansas and Georgia and takes stock of President Trump's governing style as his administration approaches 100 days.
The Trump Doctrine (Maybe?): 4/10/17
The podcast team talks about Trump's decision to authorize airstrikes against Assad's regime in Syria and tracks who in Trump's circle is gaining and losing influence.
Sparks: Why Health Care Costs So Much: 4/8/17
Our science team discusses Elizabeth Rosenthal's "An American Sickness." To catch part two, subscribe to What's The Point in iTunes or fivethirtyeight.com/podcasts
Filibuster Time: 4/3/17
The podcast team discusses the political calculus of Democrats filibustering Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch. The crew also plays a new game: Smoke or Fire?
Live From Boise: 3/27/17
The FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast live from the Treefort Fest in Boise, Idaho. The team talks to Mayor Dave Bieter, plays a round of political trivia and answers questions.
Emergency Health Care Podcast: Live From Boise: 3/24/17
Live from the Hackfort Festival in Boise, Idaho the podcast discusses the decision by Republicans to pull their health care bill without a vote in the House.
Three Polls And A SCOTUS Nominee: 3/20/17
The podcast team discusses what to expect during a week of SCOTUS confirmation hearings and debates whether Americans' views on healthcare have truly shifted.
The podcast team discusses whether the new GOP health care bill has a shot at becoming law. David Wasserman also joins the show to help measure trends in partisanship.
Hot Takedown: Politics In Sports: 3/9/17
We bring you an excerpt from FiveThirtyEight's Hot Takedown podcast about why politics are more visible in sports today. Subscribe at fivethiryeight.com/podcasts (And if you're going to be at SXSW, come see Jody's events!)
Anatomy Of A Scandal: 3/6/17
In light of continued questions over the Trump administration's relationship with Russia, Brandon Rottinghaus joins the podcast to talk about what can make a scandal damaging.
Party People: 2/27/17
The podcast team wraps up the Party Time series and welcomes Perry Bacon Jr. to the staff, who will be covering the Trump administration from DC.
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