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Washington state's delegates are split on Donald Trump's candidacy -- and his rhetoric.
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Bill Radke speaks with Wall Street Journal White House reporter Damian Paletta about Donald Trump's announcement that he'll leave his global business empire. 

An oil tanker and a container ship about to cross paths near Seattle.
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Bill Radke speaks with Vancouver Sun columnist Vaughn Palmer about a major expansion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau approved the expansion Tuesday. It could mean a large increase in the number of oil tankers going through the Strait of Juan de Fuca. 

Andrew Gomez
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Bill Radke spoke with Andrew Gomez, a Cuban-American who teaches modern Latin American history and U.S. history at the University of Puget Sound. Gomez was visiting family in Miami the day of Fidel Castro's death. He describes how he and his father, a Cuban immigrant, processed the death of the controversial leader and the country's possible future.

The Record: Tuesday, Nov 29, Full Show

Nov 29, 2016
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Why did rural Washington State voters choose Trump? You'll meet a man who's trying to find out. 

Also, Seattle has told the President-elect it will remain a sanctuary city. Now, who's going to promise to be a sanctuary campus? 

And a Seattle oceanographer says scientists need to get brave and learn how to talk about climate change.

Listen to the full show above or check out one of the stories:

KUOW's Marcie Sillman with book hugger Nancy Pearl.
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Nancy Pearl tells KUOW's Marcie Sillman about Ian McEwan's newest book, "Nutshell." You may be familiar with McEwan's novel "Atonement," which was transformed into an award-winning film. 

Puget Sound with the Olympic Mountains.
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Bill Radke speaks with University of Washington oceanography professor LuAnne Thompson about a recent blog post she wrote  about why scientist need to be better at communicating their ideas outside of the academic world. She talks about how now after the election of Donald Trump, people need to understand the science behind climate change more than ever.

Crosscut reporter David Kroman.
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Bill Radke speaks with Crosscut reporter David Kroman about why voters in Ritzville, Washington went for Donald Trump. Kroman says their reasons don't follow the post-election narrative about poor, white middle-class voters who are experiencing economic anxiety. 

The Record: Monday, Nov 28, Full Show

Nov 28, 2016
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What does it mean that the huge tax breaks Washington state gave to Boeing have been found illegal? Also, the president of the Redmond mosque that got vandalized will tell you why he's not on high alert yet. And we'll tell you about Canada's oil pipeline debate, a fight that some call Standing Rock North.

Damage to the sign outside the mosque in Redmond.
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Bill Radke speaks with Mahmood Khadeer, president of the Muslim Association of Puget Sound, about a sign outside a mosque in Redmond that was damaged in an attack last week. Khadeer shares his reaction to the vandalism and how he wants his community to react to hate. 

Wisconsin election recount a race against time

Nov 28, 2016
The Green Party's Jill Stein
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Bill Radke talks with Wisconsin Public Radio reporter Chuck Quirmbach about the state's scheduled recount for the presidential election. The Green Party's Jill Stein is fighting for a more thorough recount while the state scrambles to make sure its ballots are certified before the looming electoral college vote on December 19.

A view from inside a Boeing factory.
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Bill Radke talks to Seattle Times' aerospace reporter Dominic Gates about the WTO's ruling on Boeing's tax breaks from Washington state. 

The Record: Wednesday, Nov 23, Full Show

Nov 23, 2016
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Is the alt-right the same as white nationalism? Why will this be the Apple Cup of the century? And how do you mix politics and Thanksgiving? We'll explore all of these questions today on The Record. 

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Bill Radke talks to Christopher Parker, University of Washington professor of political science, about the white nationalism movement called the "alt-right." Read more about how KUOW will be using this term in our coverage. 

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Bill Radke speaks with  Luke Burbank, host of the public radio show Live Wire, about how he plans to handle family, politics and stuffing this Thanksgiving. They also listen to calls from listeners about how they are tackling a fraught holiday.

Kids are writing letters to president-elect Trump
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Any way you dice it, the election of Donald Trump has brought on a lot of feelings. 

Many adults have expressed those feelings online, on social media and through taking to the streets. But what about our kids?

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