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  • Recorded On: February 8, 2019Air Date: February 11, 2019From the City Club of Eugene:Since it began in 1990, City Club of Eugene has been led by 30…
  • Today, President Bush expressed his own regrets about Sunday's collision between an American reconnaissance plane and a Chinese fighter jet. And he shrugged off the budget setback dealt by the Senate yesterday. The budget process is a long and winding road, the president said. NPR's Don Gonyea reports from the White House.
  • The Obama family is close-lipped on their search for dog, so meanwhile we turn to presidents and candidates of campaigns past, who have been more willing to share the truth about their cats and dogs.
  • Carlos Santana is having a big year: the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, the 20th anniversary of Supernatural, and now a new album featuring Spanish vocalist Buika, Africa Speaks.
  • Julian Barnes' Man Booker award-winning The Sense of an Ending investigates the power of self-delusion and how our memories are more edited than we believe.
  • The conversation provides clues about how the new administration plans to deal with a country that poses vast economic, climate and security challenges to the United States.
  • To mark the second anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, President Bush spoke to students Wednesday in New Orleans. To mark the second anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, President Bush spoke to students Wednesday in New Orleans. Mr. Bush spoke at a charter school in the lower Ninth Ward, one of the areas hardest hit by the hurricane.
  • President Biden and Russian President Putin on Thursday are expected hold their second call this month — amid Russia's continued military build-up near its border with Ukraine.
  • Oregon's Measure 114 gives county sheriffs and police chiefs discretion to determine who qualifies to purchase a firearm. Opponents say the criteria to make those decisions is ambiguous.
  • As climate change warms the arctic, the Defense Department is expanding its mission to meet a new territorial conflict. It will be a top issue for the United States' first ambassador to the Arctic.
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