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Biden's options on day #1, worsening inequality & Exxon scared

The DNC loves to complain that they don't have the political will to pursue programs that help regular Americans. But if President-elect Joe Biden really wanted to help people without relying on Congress, he has a lot of options that rely on standing laws. Lee Camp introduces you to some of Biden's more exciting options on day #1 of his presidency. In 'Taking the News from Behind', one in three American adults are revealed to be having problems covering their expenses. This statistic implies mass suffering, but it could also offer a solution to the problem. One in three American adults equals a lot of people suffering who could demand change.

Natalie McGill reports on Exxon's financial woes because of the climate crisis. The fossil fuel industry is starting to feel pressure from activists and a decreasing demand for oil. Anders Lee and Camp finish off the show on the CIA's death squads in Afghanistan, and the Enbridge Pipeline protests in Minnesota.

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