Voice of America
Voice of America 1 Aug 2020

Remembering the VOA Broadcaster Who Sparked Worldwide Interest in Jazz


Willis Connover was largely unknown at home, but host of VOA Jazz Hour, was a celebrity from Warsaw to Moscow during Cold War

Former Vice President Joe Biden claimed that President Trump had "lost interest" in working on the response to the coronavirus outbreak. He also said the president is "ignoring the facts" as the country begins to reopen.
Hear the first-hand account of a woman who lost her leg in a bombing in 2014 in Xinjiang, part of CGTN's documentary "Tianshan Still Standing".
Five years ago today, nine black parishioners were killed by a white supremacist gunman during a Bible study class at the Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston, South Carolina. The tragedy put a spotlight on issues including racism, the Confederate flag and gun control, which still echo today. CBS News political contributor Antjuan Seawright shares his personal story about the church and race relations.
The Our Line Starts crew discuss players who should already be in the Hockey Hall of Fame, including Rod Brind'Amour, Alexander Mogilny and Keith Tkachuk.

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