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Ross Files with Dave Ross

Broadcast legend Dave Ross, winner of multiple Edward R. Murrow Awards for excellence in journalism, talks to the people and policy makers affecting your world. Now, you can listen to the full conversation - raw and uncut. Hear Dave Ross on Seattle’s Morning News weekdays at 6am on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM.
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Now displaying: September, 2016
Sep 16, 2016

Ben Cohen has moved beyond the frosty foundations of an ice cream empire into the realm of political activism. The scoop du jour cause he supports? Getting big money and corporate influence out of politics. He discusses with Dave Ross how to give back democracy to the people.

Sep 15, 2016

Historian Alan Taylor's new book, "American Revolutions" takes us back to the founding of our country and examines the oft-glorified origin story that is written into our history books. As it turns out, our Founding Fathers didn't have all the answers, weren't patriotically united in purpose, and had motivations for revolution that were not entirely altruistic. Dave Ross delves into the true the origin story of our nation with the two-time Pulitzer Prize winning author and historian.

Sep 13, 2016

Chris Hadfield says he started training to be an astronaut at age 9. It only makes sense that his latest book is for kids. "The Darkest Dark" is available now, and Hadfield will appear at Seattle's Town Hall September 13th at 7:30

Sep 13, 2016

SB Nation writer Louis Bien tells us about the NFL's addiction to Toradol, a non-addictive painkiller.

Sep 12, 2016

Mara Revkin is a Fellow with the Abdallah S. Kamel Center for the Study of Islamic Law and Civilization at Yale Law School and Ph.D. student at Yale University. In conjunction with Syrian journalist Ahmed Mhidi and based on interviews with ISIS fighters, she has found the radical Islamic terrorist organization has a definite preference of candidates in the US presidential election. She joins Dave Ross to discuss her findings and why ISIS strongly favors Donald Trump.

Sep 12, 2016

Time Magazine Asia correspondent Rishi Iyengar reports on Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte and his war on drugs which has led to the killings, many extrajudicially, of over 2000 citizens, most of whom are the "poorest of the poor" drug user.

Sep 7, 2016

As Seattle's Mayor and City Council work to find a solution to the homeless crisis, we turn to Albuquerque for an idea. Mayor Richard Berry tells us about the "There's a Better Way" program, giving the homeless temporary jobs beautifying the city

Sep 7, 2016

Your body is an ecosystem. You are teeming with trillions of microbes, right now. Ed Yong discusses their importance in his book, I Contain Multitudes. Yong appears at Elliott Bay Book Company in Seattle on Friday, September 9th

Sep 2, 2016

Professor Richard Rosenfeld is a criminologist who has studied the supposed "Ferguson Effect," a term coined to explain the spiraling violence in big cities with large minority populations. Does it stem from de-policing? Can it be attributed to minority communities' plummeting trust in police, perhaps due to the Black Lives Matter movement? Does it exist at all? Dave Ross wades through the full range of issues and the latest data on the matter with Professor Rosenfeld.

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