Rewire managing editor Regina Mahone talks with immigration reporter Tina Vasquez about a breaking development for Minerva Garcia, a North Carolina woman who had been forced to take sanctuary in a local church to fight her ICE deportation order. Where is Minerva now, and what lies ahead for her and her family?
Rewire managing editors Regina Mahone and Kat Jercich discuss the hungriest states in the country; a surprising new ordinance in Birmingham, Alabama; and misspent state funds in Texas. Plus, Kat interviews the ACLU's Gillian Thomas and Regina finds her joy at a birthday party.
Rewire managing editors Regina Mahone and Kat Jercich explore this week’s important underreported stories: the Department of Veterans Affairs glossing over alarming new data, the opioid crisis leading to kids left behind, Chicago giving its last Black-owned bank an investment bump, and the Eighth Circuit putting a stop to new abortion services in Missouri.
Rewire managing editors Regina Mahone and Kat Jercich explore this week's most important underreported stories: the major natural disaster that's not a hurricane, alarming trends in racial wealth divides, a new entitlement proposal in Congress, and Tom Delay's newest efforts to thwart the Constitution.
Welcome to Rewire Radio's new podcast: What Else Happened? In this age of information shock and awe, important stories that affect people's lives are getting drowned out by the rest of the news. Hosts Regina Mahone and Kat Jercich will bring you those stories—and a little bit of joy—every Friday afternoon.