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Bill O’Reilly Ousted, Alex Jones On Trial
This week: Bill O'Reilly has been forced out of Fox News. We debate the importance of the special elections in Georgia, Kansas, and Montana. And why are we talking about performance art and chili during the custody hearing of InfoWars' Alex Jones? Follow .
What Does It Mean To Go To War In 2017?
This week: We talk about whether Jon Ossoff—the 30-year-old Democrat running for a Georgia House seat—could actually win, what the Trump administration is doing about the extremely complex Syria situation and what it means to be at war in 2017, and what's the real point of the White House press briefing? Follow Katherine Miller at @katherinemiller Follow Charlie Warzel at @cwarzel
Russian Spies, The Filibuster, And A Big Week For A Trump Troll
This week: One of Donald Trump's campaign staffers met with an actual Russian spy, why killing the filibuster might fundamentally change new Supreme Court appointments, and the internet troll who broke real news about Susan Rice. Follow Kate Nocera at .
2017 is the new 2016. Let's figure it out together. No One Knows Anything is back, with new hosts and a new format, to help you make sense of everything. Come back every Friday to hear Kate Nocera, Charlie Warzel, and BuzzFeed News reporters break down the biggest and most insane stories in politics this week, and try to figure what we should (or should not) be freaking out about.
No One Knows Anything
After many months of asking “Do we know anything?” about this election, we finally have an answer to at least one question: Who will be president? This will be the last episode of the podcast for now. In it, we lay out a roadmap of all the things we don’t know about Trump's presidency. From the Supreme Court to Obamacare to what’s going to happen to the Trump brand when he's in office. Guest: BuzzFeed News politics editor Katherine Miller