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Nearly three times as many people die in school mass shootings when an armed officer is present. That's the finding of a study of every case since 1980, led by Hamline University professor Dr. Jillian Peterson. Dr. Peterson joins Dave Ross to discuss why more weapons means more violence, even the hands of "the good guys," what to expect when kids a…
 
Searching for signs of life on another planet, choosing which rocks to bring back to Earth: and all from the comfort of home? That's life right now for Dr. Melissa Rice, who is a member of all three Mars rover science teams and a geology professor at Western Washington University. After the Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover successfully touched down on …
 
Sara Nelson, co-owner of Fremont Brewing, has just announced her campaign for Position 9 on Seattle City Council. She calls KIRO Radio's Dave Ross to explain why the council needs at least one small business owner in the room. Her priorities include getting back to basics like fixing potholes, holding the council accountable on budgeting, and resta…
 
As cases of the novel coronavirus reach new heights, you might be pinning your hopes on finding a vaccine. Dr. William Haseltine is here to shatter that illusion: but luckily, he doesn't think we actually need a vaccine to start dining out, hooking up and dancing in clubs again. Dr. Haseltine is a former professor and researcher at Harvard Medical …
 
Why do we let white collar criminals get away with their crimes? That's the question Jennifer Taub sets out to answer in her new book, Big Dirty Money, after wondering why no one was arrested during the 2008 subprime mortgage crisis. Taub sits down with KIRO Radio's Dave Ross to answer questions about Trump's tax returns, the sneaky loopholes being…
 
As two renowned military strategists faced off against each other at the Battle of Gettysburg, they took opposite approaches for rallying their troops, with pivotal consequences for the Civil War. How do the lessons learned during this historic battle still apply today? Jeff McCausland recounts this story, and other lessons he's learned about leade…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross sits down with biologist and data scientist Carl Bergstrom as well as director of the University of Washington's Center for an Informed Public Jevin West, to discuss misinformation during the pandemic. From bad communication strategies from local and world leaders, to conspiracy theories spreading online with nefarious ends, …
 
Dave Ross has been getting emails about the current protests: emails saying that the civil rights movement is behind us, and justice has already been achieved. That things aren't that bad. So why is the average net worth of a white family nearly 10x greater than that of a Black family? Shawn Rochester joins to explain the history of economic inequa…
 
Thomas W. Jones is the founder and senior partner of a venture capital investment firm, with a long career in corporate America. But when Dave Ross first heard of him, Jones was an armed revolutionary, staging an occupied protest with classmates at Cornell University to demand a black studies curriculum and the resignation of the university preside…
 
Uttam Mukherjee and Aakanksha Sinha are the husband and wife team behind Spice Waala, an Indian restaurant in Capitol Hill that doesn't serve your typical Americanized tikka masala. They opened a brick and mortar storefront in 2019 ... and then the pandemic hit. Aakanksha, a professor at the University of Washington who researches food justice, and…
 
How do we create a stable middle class in America? Dave Ross calls entrepreneur and investor Nick Hanauer, who argues that taxing big business and the rich, like him, makes a lot of sense - especially in a pandemic. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.저자 KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
 
Katrina Johnson is the cousin of Charleena Lyles, who was killed in 2017 during an encounter with police in her apartment. She talks with Dave Ross about the ongoing protests in Seattle, including a vigil for Charleena and other victims of police brutality that Johnson organized in Magnuson Park, an event hundreds attended. With a background workin…
 
Several years ago, the city of Camden, New Jersey completely disbanded their entire police department and union - then rebuilt both from the ground up. So Dave Ross calls Camden Freeholder Director Lou Cappelli Jr., an architect of the program, to find out how they did it and what policing in Camden looks like now. See omnystudio.com/listener for p…
 
As people take to the streets to protest anti-Black racism despite the continued risk of coronavirus, many health experts have signed an open letter to support the movement, calling racism itself as a public health crisis. Add to this the data showing a disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on minority populations, and the conversation about racism a…
 
Should an unreviewed, self-published info booklet about coronavirus be available on Amazon Kindle? Alex Berenson, former New York Times journalist and current spy novel writer, made waves this week when his first installment of three booklets called "Unreported Truths About COVID-19 and Lockdowns" was abruptly removed from Amazon's self-publishing …
 
The use of force by police in America has come under sharp criticism in the wake of the death of George Floyd. What is our way forward? Dave Ross asks that question of the person who trains police, Sue Rahr. She was the King County sheriff, and is now the executive director of the Washington Criminal Justice Training Commission, which certifies pol…
 
Do you need to wear a mask while you hike? Should grocery stores be avoided at all costs? To help us adjust to this new normal and all of the uncertain (and sometimes conflicting) guidelines, Dave Ross calls epidemiologist Erin Bromage at the University of Massachusetts. Bromage specializes in translating science and research into plain English, an…
 
Several months ago, KIRO Radio's Dave Ross interviewed activist and friend Jeff Siddiqui about his experience receiving a heart transplant. You can listen to Jeff's story here. During that interview, Jeff told Dave he wanted to meet and thank the family of the person who donated his heart. Corrie Schumacher heard Jeff's interview on the radio. Her …
 
The COVID-19 pandemic's peak number of cases seems to be hitting Seattle over Easter weekend and Passover Seder. Boyd Matheson, Opinion Editor of Deseret News, does a (remote!) interview with Dave Ross to discuss the intersection of faith and science during turbulent times. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Dr. Keith Jerome is on the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak in Washington state. He's not only the Head of Virology at the University of Washington's Department of Laboratory Medicine. He's also a member of the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. His lab just received federal approval to start r…
 
It doesn't just take peak athletic form to become a star athlete in the NFL and a household name. It takes mental conditioning, too. Dave Ross interviews Trevor Moawad, the guy who has been Russell Wilson's mental conditioning coach for years. Moawad grew up in the Pacific Northwest, and his dad, Bob Moawad, was an original contributor to 'Chicken …
 
Senator Bernie Sanders has become a serious contender to win the Democratic nomination. So Dave Ross talked to Derek Thompson from The Atlantic about why Sanders' campaign is so appealing to young people. And, they discuss why Democrats over 65 might be hypocrites for preferring Joe Biden to the new wave of democratic socialism sweeping the progres…
 
A recent New York Times article put nearly identical textbooks from California and Texas side by side. It revealed some startling differences, with each state choosing to interpret certain parts of US history (slavery, the Second Amendment) pretty differently. Seattle's Morning News had some questions about how textbooks are selected for the public…
 
Dave Ross talks with Washington Post reporter Carol Leonnig about her new book, co-authored with Philip Rucker, 'A Very Stable Genius: Donald J. Trump's Testing of America.' Talking to over 200 sources inside the Trump Administration, the president's closest confidantes and allies have now turned against a White House they call reckless, chaotic an…
 
Dave Ross talks to District 3 Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant, a democratic socialist who defeated Amazon's outsized campaign spending in her last election. Sawant wants to reignite enthusiasm across the city for a tax on the very largest of Seattle's corporations - and the revenue would fund solutions to Seattle's now infamous homelessnes…
 
When a deeply held belief of ours is challenged, our brainwaves show the same stress and panic as if we're being chased by a bear. We see it as a life or death threat, and it triggers a fight or flight response. But when we're having an easy conversation with someone at a party, our brainwaves actually sync up. Dave Ross talks with Kate Murphy, aut…
 
Jeff Siddiqui has been on the program before, speaking to you as an activist on behalf of the Muslim community. But today, he joins us to tell the harrowing story of receiving a heart transplant this summer. He'll talk to Dave Ross about what it was like to go from feeling absolutely fine to having a heart attack, his experience waiting on the nati…
 
Nathan Vass drives an overnight Metro bus route through Seattle's downtown core. He's also a filmmaker, an artist, and now, an author. On his well-known blog, Nathan tells stories about the people he encounters along his route, and that blog is now a book, called "The Lines That Make Us." Nathan joins Dave Ross in the studio to tell us some of thos…
 
Dave Ross calls New York Times reporter Sabrina Tavernise to discuss her recent article, 'No One Believes Anything.' Tavernise interviewed people across America who are overwhelmed by the amount of filtering and critical reading necessary to understand a 24-hour, internet-based and clickbait-driven news cycle. So instead, they're turning off their …
 
Melissa Godoy joins Dave Ross to talk about a persistent toxic mold problem that has been sickening military families like hers at Joint Base Lewis-McChord and elsewhere. Hear the full interview, including how Lincoln Military Housing allegedly threatened those who are speaking out, the costs that are prohibiting those who want to relocate off post…
 
Parents are trying to save a program for their children in Seattle Public Schools called the Highly Capable Cohort. It's an advanced track of separate classes and different lessons for students who have first been deemed by their parents as "gifted," and then tested to make sure they meet program standards. Why would a rigorous program for children…
 
Dave Ross sits down with Admiral James Stavridis, former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO, to discuss holding a steady moral compass during turbulent times. His latest book is Sailing True North, a portrait of the lives and careers of ten historic naval commanders. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Dave Ross hosts a heated debate between State Senator Shelly Short and former State Representative Jesse Wineberry over Referendum 88, on your ballot this morning. Hear Senator Short and Rep. Wineberry argue the merits of a change that would allow public institutions to consider race, age and gender as a factor, when all other qualifications are eq…
 
After weathering conservative backlash to a draft of Seattle's "ethnic math" curriculum that went viral, the designer of the "math is racist" program joins Dave at the KIRO Radio studio. Tracy Castro-Gill is the Ethnic Studies Program Manager for Seattle Public Schools. The program could be taught in local math classes by spring 2021. See omnystudi…
 
Whistleblowers might be all over the news right now thanks to Trump's Ukranian quid pro quo. But Tom Mueller has been researching the strange reality of turning your boss over to authorities, and the massive price you'll pay for it, for the past seven years. He's spoken with over 200 whistleblowers, and 1,000 experts. Now he talks with Dave Ross ab…
 
Thomas Chatterton Williams talks with Dave Ross about how his view of himself, as a black American and prolific writer on race issues, shifted after he moved to France, married a white woman, and then gave birth to blonde haired, blue eyed children. What did it mean to be black if his children didn't look black at all? And how can we shift our unde…
 
Dave Ross talks with award-winning poet and MacArthur Fellow Richard Kenney, a professor at the University of Washington. His new book of poetry, Terminator, examines how one should navigate the challenges of our modern world (with wit, and a bit of humor). They read several of Kenney's poems aloud, including an unpublished one about our "Commander…
 
Why has shoplifting, a seemingly minor crime, escalated in recent years? People are growing more desperate, more brazen - and the safety of store workers and bottom lines of businesses are at stake. Dave Ross talks with Roger Goodman, who represents Kirkland and Redmond in the Washington state legislature, and Judge David Larson, a civil court judg…
 
An illegal immigrant was arrested in connection with a gang murder at a Bellevue park. He'd committed other non-violent offenses before this, but local law enforcement did not turn him over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Why? Dave Ross talks with Nathalie Asher, who is the director of ICE's Enforcement and Removal Operations. They'll discu…
 
At a recent Seattle City Council meeting, chief deputy Marc Garth Green made a comment that shocked councilmembers Teresa Mosqueda and Kshama Sawant: that some of the sex workers on Aurora Avenue have told him they "enjoy" what they're doing. So Dave Ross and reporter Hanna Scott consult a local expert, Melodie Reece. She's the co-founder of a harm…
 
Dave Ross talks with Derek Kilmer, representative of Washington's 6th Congressional District, about a recent poll that says Congress is less popular than head lice, colonoscopies and Nickelback. They discuss what Kilmer has been doing to bridge the partisan divide (which includes flying to Arkansas) and actually pass some legislation. And finally -…
 
Julie Blacklow, a well-known Seattle broadcast journalist with KING-TV and one of the first women to work in television news in America, has written her autobiography - Fearless: Diary of a Badass Reporter. Badass may be an understatement. Julie sits down with Dave Ross to recount her interactions with famous names over the years - Richard Nixon, O…
 
The odds are stacked against former inmates the day they're released from prison. Opportunities for a job, let alone a new career path, are few and far between. Dave Ross talks with Shelly Klier, a former inmate and addict with 14 felonies, who had been to prison three times. Now, she's a successful welder and graduate of the Post Prison Education …
 
A new nationwide study shows that Americans would rather drive themselves than use autonomous cars. Even in traffic! Don MacKenzie is a senior author of the study and an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Washington, where he also leads the Sustainable Transportation Lab. He talks with Dave Ross about th…
 
Dave talks with Saul Cornell, chair of the history department at Fordham University and former director of the Second Amendment Research Center, to discuss his idea for gun control: tax them! We hear from the historian himself that there was a time when the US government told you not only where you were allowed to carry your gun, but also how to st…
 
Dave Ross and Colleen O'Brien talk with Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times reporter Jodi Kantor, who, alongside reporter Megan Twohey, uncovered 25 years of sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein and precipitated the #MeToo Movement. Jodi Kantor details their investigation: how they booked secret interviews with A-list actresses,…
 
Jim Downs, a historian and professor at Connecticut College, talks with Dave Ross about a devastating but little-known smallpox epidemic that affected former slaves immediately after the Civil War. The widespread illness was minimized for political reasons - and Jim argues we see the same rationale repeating today in our healthcare policy debates. …
 
Does Google bias its search results, putting its own services first and monopolizing ... well, the internet? Dave Ross asks a lawyer - professor John Kirkwood from the Seattle University School of Law. They discuss the massive investigation launched against Google this week, and what this antitrust action means for other tech giants, like Amazon an…
 
Ibram X Kendi is a historian, a New York Times bestselling author, the founding director of the Antiracist Research and Policy Center at American University, and a columnist for The Atlantic. His latest book, How to Be an Antiracist, upends the idea that most people today aren't racist. In fact, you're probably racist. But don't panic, and don't de…
 
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