NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS

What a prize: Julie Mason’s top political stories

The Pulitzer Prizes were announced this past week and like most everyone else in news and politics, Julie Mason was geeked up waiting to hear if the Washington Post and Guardian newspapers would win for their coverage of Edward Snowden’s … Continued

NEWS, NEWS AND ISSUES

Boston Marathon Bombing: How the Tsarnaev brothers were caught

Put yourself in these shoes: You’re driving through the streets of your hometown trying to unwind after a tough day at work. You pull over to text a friend, when two armed men who the entire city is looking for jump … Continued

CHRISTIAN, LIFESTYLE, MUSIC, NEWS AND ISSUES, RELIGION

Celebrate Easter with The Message, Praise + The Catholic Channel

Easter Sunday is just around the corner (Sunday, April 20), and SiriusXM is ready! Beginning Sunday morning, Christian singer-songwriter Kristian Stanfill will play worship songs on The Message. Meanwhile, starting on Thursday, April 17, the Catholic Channel will feature an … Continued

HEALTH, LIFESTYLE, NEWS, NEWS AND ISSUES, NFL, POLITICS, SPORTS

Civil rights, scapegoats, and social media: Unscripted brings us up to speed

From Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius’ recent resignation to Buzzfeed’s growing role in political coverage, Unscripted with Chuck Todd left no story unscrutinized in this week’s news cycle. Todd ventured to Austin, Texas, last week for a Civil Rights … Continued

NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS

Reconsiderations: Julie Mason’s top political stories

This week’s Press Pool with Julie Mason saw a flowering spring bounty of delights: A new interview with Edward Snowden, the use of literature in spy craft, the return of Frank Rich after a long hiatus producing HBO’s Veep, a … Continued

BOOKS, ENTERTAINMENT, NEWS AND ISSUES

Alex’s Wake: Martin Goldsmith traces his family’s history from the MS St. Louis to Auschwitz

In the spring of 1939, Martin Goldsmith’s grandfather Alex Goldschmidt, 60, and uncle Helmut Goldschmidt, 17, boarded the MS St. Louis, a luxury liner bound for Havana, Cuba with more than 900 Jewish passengers on board. Hoping to flee Nazi … Continued

NEWS, NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS

Progressive leaders react to SCOTUS ruling on McCutcheon vs. FEC

Progressive leaders of unions, consumer advocacy groups, and government agencies came together on The Agenda with Ari Rabin-Havt on SiriusXM Progress early Thursday morning to express their extreme displeasure and disgust with the Supreme Court’s ruling in McCutcheon vs. FEC. … Continued

ENTERTAINMENT, LIFESTYLE, MUSIC, NEWS AND ISSUES

This Week On Demand: 50 Cent Town Hall, GROUPLOVE and more

SiriusXM’s Town Hall series is back in full effect, featuring brand new installments with 50 Cent and George Lopez! Plus, bring your lucky paddle for a very special Alt-Nation Ping-Pong Throwdown with GROUPLOVE. Catch all this and more whenever you … Continued

NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS

Comebacks and comedowns: Julie Mason’s top political stories

President Obama’s second-term doldrums seem to be fomenting some reconsideration of his predecessor, former President George W. Bush. But is the Bush brand fully rehabbed? Julie Mason, host of the Press Pool on SiriusXM’s POTUS channel, wasn’t so sure. In … Continued

LIFESTYLE, NEWS, POLITICS

Shake Shack CEO: You have to pay a competitive wage to get best people, low turnover

Randy Garutti, the CEO of Shake Shack, joined Ari Rabin-Havt on The Agenda on SiriusXM Progress to explain how he’s breaking the stereotype of the typical fast food job: by creating a higher paying one. Garutti explained why you have to … Continued