Full episode 767: Do Not Go Gentle Act Two Putin’s On Our Side Transcript One of the last independent newspapers in Russia finds new ways to cover a war that the government doesn’t want them to cover. Producer Robyn Semien talks to one of their editors, Nikita Kondratiev, about how it’s going. (20 minutes) By Robyn Semien Song:“Rage” by The Jerks More in PoliticsView all 817: The Cavalry Is Not Coming Dec. 1, 2023 Act Two: Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses...Or Don't One of our producers, Nadia Reiman, talked to officials who work in the asylum and refugee branches at the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. 812: The Bear at the End of the Tunnel Oct. 20, 2023 Act 2: The Devil Is in the Details. And There Are So Many Details. Miki Meek reports on the situation for pregnant women in Idaho under the state’s new, post-Roe abortion laws, which are some of the most restrictive in the country. 806: I Can't Quit You, Baby July 28, 2023 Act Three: Tender Resignation Even people who vehemently disagreed with Heider Garcia wanted him to stay in his job. More by Robyn SemienView all 763: The Other Mr. President Feb. 25, 2022 Act One: Going In with a Bang Back in 1999 there was series of bombings of apartment buildings in Moscow and across Russia. 300 people died. 715: Long-Awaited Asteroid Finally Hits Earth Aug. 28, 2020 Act Five: The Leftovers A week after starting classes, a Covid outbreak forces a university to send students back home. 692: The Show of Delights Jan. 31, 2020 Act Two: The Squeals On The Bus Producer Robyn Semien captures a special morning for her five-year-old son, Cole, who is doing something delightful for the very first time: he’s getting to ride the school bus.