First up: We’ve got the details on Texas’ new abortion law, and what experts say it could mean for abortion rights across the U.S.
Next: We’ll take stock of the damage after Hurricane Ida caused damage from the Gulf Coast all the way to the Northeast.
Then: The U.S. has officially left Afghanistan. But what happens to the Afghans who were left behind and are hoping to leave? We get the latest details from PBS NewsHour’s Jane Ferguson.
ICYMI: Forget cable news-style business updates. We’re bringing you the latest financial news on three companies that are here to stay: Zoom, IKEA, and Amazon.
Plus: SCOTUS has a secret agenda — and it’s being put to use more and more frequently. We’ll dive into the “shadow docket” and some of the big decisions it’s being used to make.
Finally: We don’t love breathing in wildfire smoke. We also don’t love drinking it. Luckily, one company has a plan to save California’s wine country from ashy bouquets — using artificial intelligence.
On this episode, you’ll hear from:
Caroline Kitchener, staff writer, The Lily
Jane Ferguson, special correspondent PBS NewsHour and contributor The New Yorker
Katerina Axelsson, founder and CEO, Tastry
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