Good morning from @mattgallowaycbc and the team! We’re going live to Atlantic listeners in just a few moments — but wherever you are in Canada, you can tune in from 8:37am on CBC Radio One, or online at Here’s what’s coming up... 👇
What was once one of the premier public health organizations in the world is producing uninterpretable numbers. Painful. And this is why we need solid journalism. Journalists uncovered this. A public radio station in Miami. A newspaper in Richmond. My colleagues at The Atlantic.
LISTEN: A congressman and combat veteran talk what happens when the commander-in-chief has no sense of what life on the front lines is like on Radio Atlantic.
So I rode the Bolt Bus to Boston yesterday with @BetoORourke - and we podcasted for Radio Atlantic along the way, going deep on how dark he got after the El Paso shooting, and what he sees ahead now. Take a listen:
An enhanced risk of severe storms continues for parts of the Upper Ohio Valley and Mid Atlantic. Damaging wind gusts, isolated tornadoes, and isolated large hail are all possible. Please tune in to NOAA weather radio or media outlets for warnings or advisories.
On October 15, 1910, Kiddo became the first cat to ever attempt to cross the Atlantic by airship. This was quickly followed by the first radio communication from an aircraft in flight: “Roy, come and get this ---damn cat.” #InternationalCatDay