First up: We’ve got the latest on voting rights legislation in the Senate, 5G versus airlines, the Texas synagogue standoff, and how to get free COVID-19 tests and N95 masks.
Next: We called up White House press secretary Jen Psaki to talk about President Biden’s priorities for his second year in office.
ICYMI: UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in hot water for breaking lockdown rules in 2020. Rules his administration made. We’ll spill the tea in 60 seconds.
Then: After months and months of postponed RTO plans, some companies are now scrapping plans to head back to the office altogether. We’ll ask one reporter if we’re past the point of no return when it comes to going back IRL.
Plus: It’s review season — which means it’s your chance to ask your boss for that raise or promotion you’ve been after. We talked to one expert about how to make the ask.
Finally: Sundance Film Festival starts this week — and this year, you don’t have to go in person to watch some of indie cinema’s hottest new offerings. We’ll ask the festival’s director why making Sundance accessible is so important to the world of movie-making.
On this episode, you’ll hear from:
Jen Psaki, White House press secretary
Rachel Feintzeig, work and life columnist, Wall Street Journal
Amanda Augustine, career coach, TopResume
Tabitha Jackson, director, Sundance Film Festival
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