From the media company Axios comes this news/documentary series that looks at the week ahead in politics, business and technology.
Latest from Axios
- Rep. Clyburn on Rep. BoebertRep. Jim Clyburn says that Republicans need to hold Rep. Lauren Boebert accountable.
- Hakeem Jeffries on Democrat's MessagingRep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.)says there's no message to communicate to Democratic voters now. Says "the undermining of the fundamental right to vote” is the greatest threat to democracy right now.
- Chris Christie on Disqualified RepublicansFormer New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says potential 2024 candidates who plan to decide whether to run based on what former President Trump does have already disqualified themselves from being president.
- Sen. Rand Paul on Dr. FauciSenator Rand Paul (R-KY) tells Axios that he has been vindicated in his dispute with Dr. Fauci. Paul says President Biden should fire Anthony Fauci "just for lack of judgment, if nothing else."
- Coty Cosmetics Talks Beauty InfluencersCoty Cosmetics CEO Sue Nabi talks to Axios about the benefits of using micro-influencers to promote cosmetic brands.
- Ben & Jerry on ActivismActivist co-founders of Ben & Jerry's talks about their 2021 decision to stop selling ice cream in Israeli-occupied Palestinian territories and how they are holding U.S. states accountable, if at all.
- Ambassador Adela Raz on U.S. RelationshipsAfghanistan's ambassador to the United States, Adela Raz speaks on the relationship between the U.S. and Afghanistan since the fall of Kabul.
- Sec. Marcia Fudge on Student LoansHousing and Urban Development Secretary Marcia Fudge breaks down how student loan debt affects the housing market for people of color and how HUD plans to combat the issue.
- Suzanne Clark Talks Strong Relationships.S. Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Suzanne Clark describes the chamber's relationship with Congress.
- Rep. Liz Cheney on Preserving DemocracyU.S. Representative Liz Cheney discusses the implications of recent restrictive voter laws in states such as Georgia, Florida, and Texas.
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- Zelensky on U.S. Capitol AttackUkrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says he was "shocked" by the pro-Trump mob storming the U.S. Capitol, saying he never imagined this could happen in America and that it harms U.S. efforts to promote democracy abroad.
- Trump Talks U.S. Covid-19 TestingFormer President Donald Trump talks to Axios Reporter Jonathan Swan about the amount of COVID-19 testing done in the United States compared to other countries.
- Misinformation on FacebookMark Zuckerberg tells Axios why Facebook currently doesn't plan to take the same kind of strong action against anti-vaccination misinformation that it has for the coronavirus pandemic.
- Face Masks in the White HouseVice President Mike Pence talks to Axios co-founder Mike Allen about the use of face masks in the White House after multiple staff members test positive for COVID-19.
- Missing JournalistsEnergy and Climate Reporter Amy Harder and Rhode Island Senator Sheldon Whitehouse discuss the environmental concerns relating to nuclear power.
- Nuclear Power and Climate ChangeEnergy and Climate Reporter Amy Harder and Rhode Island Senator Sheldon Whitehouse discuss the environmental concerns relating to nuclear power.
- Musk's Vision for the FutureElon Musk talks about his vision for merging artificial intelligence and man in a smart, safe way.