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It's the politics podcast from BuzzFeed News. Featuring reporters from BuzzFeed News, and occasional special guests, each episode of No One Knows Anything breaks down the biggest and most insane stories in politics this week, and tries to figure what we should or shouldn't be freaking out about.

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It's the politics podcast from BuzzFeed News. Featuring reporters from BuzzFeed News, and occasional special guests, each episode of No One Knows Anything breaks down the biggest and most insane stories in politics this week, and tries to figure what we should or shouldn't be freaking out about.

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152 Ratings
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Nooooo - you can't leave us!

By zsmusic - Sep 22 2017
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I think this is a great Podcast and love all the commentators. Your delivery is always interesting, enlightening and humorous. As multi-pod case listener, I always look forward to this weekly podcast. Their insights and their interaction always makes me laugh. Please don't go away. :(

The best political podcast

By sjenks1872 - Aug 06 2016
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A great podcast to help political newbies wanting to know more of what I don't know.

iTunes Ratings

152 Ratings
Average Ratings
85
14
9
8
36

Nooooo - you can't leave us!

By zsmusic - Sep 22 2017
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I think this is a great Podcast and love all the commentators. Your delivery is always interesting, enlightening and humorous. As multi-pod case listener, I always look forward to this weekly podcast. Their insights and their interaction always makes me laugh. Please don't go away. :(

The best political podcast

By sjenks1872 - Aug 06 2016
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A great podcast to help political newbies wanting to know more of what I don't know.
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No One Knows Anything

Latest release on May 11, 2018

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: No One Knows Anything

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After many months of asking “Do we know anything?” about this election, we finally have an answer to at least one question: Who will be president? This will be the last episode of the podcast for now. In it, we lay out a roadmap of all the things we don’t know about Trump's presidency. From the Supreme Court to Obamacare to what’s going to happen to the Trump brand when he's in office. Guest: BuzzFeed News politics editor Katherine Miller

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Nov 12 2016

28mins

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Rank #2: Charlottesville, The Alt-Right, And The GOP Response

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Kate and Charlie talk with BuzzFeed reporter Tarini Parti about what happened in Charlottesville this weekend, the ways the alt-right continues to grow beyond online hate groups, and about the GOP representatives distancing themselves from a selectively critical President Trump.

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Aug 15 2017

13mins

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Rank #3: What It's Like Being A Democrat In Congress Right Now

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This week: We continue our summer interview series with Rep. Jim Himes, a Democrat from Connecticut. He discussed the Russia investigation, why he thinks Republicans aren't standing up to President Trump, and what it's like being in the minority party in Congress.

Catch us back in your feed on August 11.

Hosted by Kate Nocera and Charlie Warzel.

For more, visit buzzfeed.com/news.

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Jul 28 2017

30mins

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Rank #4: Never Say Never Trump

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It's been less than a month since Donald Trump clinched the Republican nomination, and the Trump-resistant party establishment is already lining up behind him. There won't be a contested convention, there's little talk of a third party candidate, and the #NeverTrump holdouts are losing steam. On this episode, we take a look at Trump's unlikely takeover, and what it says about divides within the Republican Party. Guests: Republican Committeeman Ruth O'Connell from Wheeling Township in Illinois, Republican operative and Trump holdout Doug Heye, and BuzzFeed News political reporter Rosie Gray.

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May 26 2016

34mins

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Rank #5: Health Care: The Never-Ending Story

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This week: We kick off our summer interview series with Sarah Kliff, senior policy correspondent at Vox. She discussed her years of U.S. health care coverage, how the GOP's Obamacare repeal attempts are going, and that time she dressed up as the Canadian health care system for Halloween.

Catch us back in your feed on July 28.

For more, visit buzzfeed.com/news

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Jul 14 2017

31mins

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Rank #6: Hillary Clinton, The Liberal

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Is Hillary Clinton a liberal? This episode, we look at the surprising moments when Clinton has swung to the left on divisive issues, confounding predictions that her campaign would be 100% boring centrism. We’re going to hear the story of one of those moments Clinton defied expectations and went to the left, and what it was like to be there when it happened. And we’re going to talk to a voter who found the ultimate divisive issue in politics and dug his heels in. He’s a Latino voting for Trump. Guests: DREAMer activist Astrid Silva, Donald Trump supporter Jesse Lopez, and BuzzFeed News political reporter and Latino coverage editor Adrian Carrasquillo.

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May 12 2016

30mins

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Rank #7: What's The Deal With Russia?

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This week we’re talking about something we truly know very little about: Russia’s involvement in the U.S. election—from hacking, to Twitter trolling, to targeted campaigns that question the legitimacy of the U.S. political process. Plus whether or not it’s possible to trace any of those activities back to the Russian government. If you've haven't been following the news about U.S./Russia relations lately, don't worry. We'll get you all caught up. Guests: BuzzFeed News world editor Miriam Elder, BuzzFeed national security correspondent Ali Watkins, and Clint Watts, a senior fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute.

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Oct 18 2016

39mins

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Rank #8: Inside A Trump Rally

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This week, Evan visits a Trump rally in Pittsburgh to find out what it's like to be a Trump supporter, and to ask some of Trump's biggest fans what it means to "Make America Great Again." Guest: BuzzFeed News politics reporter Tarini Parti.

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Jun 16 2016

36mins

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Rank #9: What We Don't Know About Anti-LGBT Violence

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Evan interviews BuzzFeed News senior editor Chris Geidner about what we know—and don’t know—about anti-LGBT hate crimes. They talk about why it’s so hard to keep track of those hate crimes, and whether or not law enforcement is getting better at protecting LGBT Americans.

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Jun 13 2016

19mins

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Rank #10: Lessons From A Long Primary

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It's time to talk about Donald Trump and the weird world we all live in where he is the Republican Party's presumptive nominee. This episode is about the primary that brought us there, and about the convoluted and bumpy nominating process on the Democratic side that isn't over yet. Guests: Democratic Party Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Iowa caucus voters Kyra Seay and Carter Bell, and BuzzFeed News political reporter Darren Sands.

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May 05 2016

29mins

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Rank #11: Binders Full Of Zingers

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Debate prep takes many forms: studying, rehearsing, systematically lowering the expectations of voters and the press. This episode, we talk with Lis Smith about how that process works. She worked on Governor O'Malley's debate prep team this year, and on President Obama's rapid response team in 2012. Plus, we talk with Jim Lehrer, the "dean of moderators," about the particular challenges moderators are facing this year. Update: This episode misstated Lis Smith's role on President Obama's 2012 campaign. She worked on his rapid response team.

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Sep 23 2016

35mins

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Rank #12: BuzzFeed Audio Presents: Historical Event

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Recorded live at the Trocadero Theater in Philadelphia, this Historical Event features Evan McMorris-Santoro, Another Round's Tracy Clayton, and Internet Explorer's Ryan Broderick and Katie Notopoulos. Plus, an interview with Texas Rep. Joaquín Castro and live music from Jean Grae.

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Jul 27 2016

52mins

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Rank #13: How To Tell Someone That You've Never Voted

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Elle Abarca has never voted, even though her sister Anabel has registered hundreds of voters throughout her career in politics. This episode, we talk with Elle and Anabel about how someone becomes a non-voter, even against their best intentions. And we find out how easy it is to come clean about your voter status and get back into the political process. If you haven't registered to vote yet, you can get started now at https://buzzfeed.turbovote.org Guests: Sisters Elle and Anabel Abarca, No One Knows Anything producer Meg Cramer.

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Jun 30 2016

24mins

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Rank #14: Mr. Brexit

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In August, Donald Trump tweeted out a cryptic prediction. He said, "They will soon be calling me MR. BREXIT." This episode we’re taking a look at the similarities between the U.S. Presidential election and the Brexit vote. You’ll hear from Trump supporters who are a hoping for a “November surprise.” We’ll also talk about what makes this election different—like polling methods, campaign tactics, and voter demographics.

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Nov 02 2016

17mins

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Rank #15: Trump’s Foreign Policy Is Foreign To The Republican Party

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Republican national security experts usually spend election season advising their party's candidate on foreign policy issues. But now they're trying to distance themselves as far as they can from Donald Trump. This episode, BuzzFeed's Tarini Parti and Rosie Gray talk about Trump's foreign policy proposals that break with 20 years of Republican politics. You'll hear from an Iraq war veteran and antiwar activist who won't be voting for Trump or Clinton this year. Plus: The failsafes that keep the President from unlawfully launching a nuclear attack. Guests: Republican National Security adviser John Noonan, former Ambassador Eric Edelman, and New Hampshire Peace Action Director Will Hopkins.

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Aug 18 2016

35mins

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Rank #16: Immigration Reform Is Back In The Hands Of Voters

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Thursday's Supreme Court decision affects millions of undocumented immigrants who are unlikely to be deported, but who can't live the life other people can because they don't have legal status. They're back in limbo, and so are their families. That could affect how Latinos vote in the fall, when they'll be choosing between two candidates with very different plans for immigration reform. Guest: BuzzFeed News political reporter and Latino coverage editor Adrian Carrasquillo.

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Jun 24 2016

14mins

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Rank #17: Security at the Capitol, Julius Caesar, and Mueller vs. Trump

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This week: How Capitol Police handle security threats, why there’s controversy surrounding a modern political take on Julius Caesar, and what happens if President Trump decides to fire the special counsel in the Russia investigation, Robert Mueller. 

Hosted by Kate Nocera and Charlie Warzel.

Sarah Mimms edits Capitol Hill coverage for BuzzFeed News, Steven Perlberg covers media and politics, and Zoe Tillman covers legal issues. For more, visit buzzfeed.com/news.

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Jun 16 2017

38mins

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Rank #18: The Motion To Talk: What's Going On Today With Health Care

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Kate talks with BuzzFeed Politics editor Katherine Miller about some of the things that might happen now that Senate Republicans have voted to proceed with the debate on the GOP healthcare bill. Plus: They explain what a “skinny repeal” is.

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Jul 26 2017

11mins

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Rank #19: "Comey Loves The Drama"

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This week: The highlights from former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony about his interactions with President Trump and how Republicans in Congress are quickly (and quietly) getting closer to passing their healthcare bill.

Hosted by Kate Nocera and Charlie Warzel.

Tarini Parti covers the Trump administration and Capitol Hill for BuzzFeed News and Paul McLeod covers healthcare. For more, visit buzzfeed.com/news.

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Jun 09 2017

37mins

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Rank #20: After The Bern Is Gone

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On this episode, Sanders supporters talk about how they're trying to turn a groundbreaking campaign into a lasting political force. The question is: Can progressives and activists for all kinds of causes work together to hold on to the gains they've made as members of the Bernie Sanders movement? Guests: The Washington Post's national political correspondent David Weigel, BuzzFeed News politics editor Katherine Miller

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Jul 07 2016

28mins

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