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Through compelling interviews and fiery commentary, host Katie Phang builds on her decades-long experience as a trial attorney and legal analyst to deliver her unique and insightful perspective on the latest news, including high-profile legal cases, politics, culture, and more.
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On this week's episode of ‘The Katie Phang Show’: Breaking news this morning with the IDF announcing the rescue of four Israeli hostages taken during the Nova Music Festival on October 7th. Rep. Jamie Raskin joins to share his reaction. And on Capitol Hill, Senate Republicans’ decision to block a bill protecting access to contraception is sparking outrage. Sen. Bob Casey shares his thoughts on the legislation failing, as well as how abortion rights may factor into the November election. And it’s set to be a sweltering summer with heat warnings spanning across the Southwest. Dr. Michael Mann joins to discuss the Earth warming at a record rate. All that and more on ‘The Katie Phang Show’.
On this week's episode of ‘The Katie Phang Show’: Former President Donald Trump makes history as he is found guilty on all 34 counts in his hush money election interference trial. An all star panel of Catherine Christian, Jeremy Saland, Hugo Lowell and Molly Jong Fast join to discuss the implications of the verdict, what they’re expecting from the sentencing and how it may factor into the 2024 race. Plus, Justice Alito refuses to take accountability for flying multiple controversial flags at his residences. Ian Millhiser joins to discuss. All that and more on ‘The Katie Phang Show’.
On this week's episode of ‘The Katie Phang Show’: Trump’s New York election interference trial is nearing its end with closing arguments set for Tuesday. Attorney George Conway joins to discuss what he’s expecting. And Supreme Court Justice Alito is catching heat for a second controversial flag spotted outside one of his residences. Elie Ying Mystal breaks down the ethics dilemma for the Supreme Court. Plus, TikTok influencer Soogia discusses combating AAPI hate. All that and more on ‘The Katie Phang Show’.
On this week's episode of ‘The Katie Phang Show’: It was all eyes on former Trump fixer and attorney Michael Cohen as he took to the witness stand in Trump’s New York election interference trial. MSNBC legal analyst Barb McQuade and Lawfare’s Anna Bower detail the testimony as well as the fiery cross-examination by defense lawyer Todd Blanche. On Capitol Hill, insults flew at a contentious House committee hearing. Rep. Jasmine Crockett joins to share her side of the story. Plus, Paralympic athlete Chuck Aoki previews his plans for his fourth Paralympic Games this summer.
On this week's episode of ‘The Katie Phang Show’: A lively week inside Trump’s New York election interference trial with Stormy Daniels taking the stand and sparring with Trump lawyer Todd Blanche over her testimony regarding the alleged 2006 sexual encounter with Trump. MSNBC legal analyst Joyce Vance helps break it all down. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg is also joining to discuss the ‘Chinatown Stitch’ project which will transform Philadelphia’s historic Chinatown district in aesthetic, feel and accessibility. Plus, a conversation about mental health in the AAPI community with Gaya Therapy’s Gaya Kodiyalam. All that and more on ‘The Katie Phang Show’.
On this week's episode of ‘The Katie Phang Show’: Week three of Donald Trump’s New York election interference trial wrapped with former top Trump aide Hope Hicks taking the stand. Former federal prosecutor Kristy Greenberg joins to discuss how Hicks’ revelations may play with the jury. Plus, Rep. Grace Meng of New York joins to discuss the brewing Republican chaos in Congress with Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene planning to oust Speaker Johnson next week. And Tony award-winning actor BD Wong sits down to reflect on AAPI Heritage Month as well as his new play “What Became of Us.” All that and more on ‘The Katie Phang Show’.
This week on the ‘The Katie Phang Show’: Fmr. President Donald Trump’s federal election interference case hangs in the balance as the Supreme Court weighs the question of how far his Presidential immunity extends. MSNBC legal analyst Joyce Vance and The Guardian’s Hugo Lowell join to discuss the oral arguments. It’s also been a busy week in Congress with the legislative chamber passing a $95 billion foreign aid package. Rep. Maxwell Frost of Florida, shares his thoughts on the deal that includes a provision that could effectively ban TikTok. Plus, Olympic gold medalist figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi discusses being honored with a Barbie doll in conjunction with AAPI Heritage Month. All that and more on ‘The Katie Phang Show.’ 
This week on “The Katie Phang Show”: All eyes are on Capitol Hill, as voting is expected to get underway on the hotly debated foreign aid bills. Congresswoman Susan Wild of Pennsylvania joins to share how she expects the bills to fare in the House. And in New York, Fmr. President Donald Trump’s jury has been selected for the election interference hush money trial. Former U.S. attorney Preet Bharara shares his insights on the trial that is set to begin opening statements on Monday. Plus, a deep dive into the Tuesday hearing over Trump’s alleged gag order violations. All that and more on “The Katie Phang Show.”
This week on “The Katie Phang Show:” Fmr. President Trump is set to become the first former President to go on criminal trial as jury selection is set to begin in his first of four criminal cases. MSNBC legal analyst Catherine Christian helps make sense of the latest legal developments and what to expect as the trial begins. Meanwhile, House Republicans are desperate to change the conversation from abortion rights to fears of non-existent voter fraud. MSNBC political analyst Juanita Tolliver and Lincoln Project co-founder Rick Wilson on how it could impact the playing field for 2024. Plus, Texas congresswoman Jasmine Crockett explains the future of a controversial government spying tool recently reauthorized by Congress. All that and more on “The Katie Phang Show.”
This week on ‘The Katie Phang Show’: Fmr. President Donald Trump is yet again seeking a delay in the New York hush money trial, as his lawyers demand Judge Juan Merchan recuse himself from the case. Civil rights attorney Maya Wiley and MSNBC legal analyst Glenn Kirschner break down the latest legal developments. Meanwhile, President Biden is touting his record-breaking job growth numbers after 303,000 jobs were added to the economy last month. Plus, tensions are rising in the Middle East after the IDF killed 7 World Central Kitchen aid workers in Gaza. Rep. Andy Kim of New Jersey joins to discuss how that growing pressure might impact Congressional aid as well as his bid to replace Sen. Bob Menendez in the U.S. Senate. All that and more on ‘The Katie Phang Show.’ 
Outrage is growing over Former President Trump’s social media attacks against the daughter of the Judge in the hush money case, as Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg seeks a broader gag order. Meanwhile, President Biden’s blockbuster Radio City Music Hall fundraiser featuring former Presidents Obama and Clinton was a major show of strength as he begins to make the case for his re-election. MSNBC political analyst Fernand Amandi reacts to the event’s $25 million haul. And a federal judge tossed out Elon Musk’s lawsuit against a hate-speech research group. Attorney Roberta Kaplan and CEO of the Center for Countering Digital Hate Imran Ahmed react to the ruling. Plus, Amanda Nguyen discusses her historic interstellar journey as she becomes the first Vietnamese woman to fly in space. All that and more on “The Katie Phang Show.”
On this week's episode of 'The Katie Phang Show': A government shutdown nearly averted yet again. Rep. Robert Garcia reacts to the passing of the spending package, as well as the House Republicans narrowing their majority after a flood of early resignations. Meanwhile, Fmr. President Trump faces a Monday deadline to post a nearly $500 million bond in the NY civil fraud trial. And as the financial walls close in on him, his criminal hush money trial is set to begin next month. Former deputy assistant Attorney General Harry Litman helps break down all the developments. Plus, oral arguments are set for next week as the Supreme Court begins to weigh the abortion pill case. President and CEO of Democracy Forward Skye Perryman joins to share her thoughts. All that and more on “The Katie Phang Show”.
On this week's episode of 'The Katie Phang Show': Fmr. President Trump’s legal calendar remains up in the air as several new developments complicate the trial schedules. MSNBC legal analyst Joyce Vance joins to weigh in on special prosecutor Nathan Wade stepping down from the Fulton County RICO case. Plus, Trump’s former counsel Michael Cohen shares his thoughts on the hush money trial getting pushed back to mid-April due to a late evidentiary document dump. And fallout from the Israel-Hamas war in Gaza continues to grow as the Israeli government faces rebukes from Capitol Hill. Rep. Becca Balint discusses the growing pressure on President Biden to take a more active role. All that and more on “The Katie Phang Show”.
On this week's episode of 'The Katie Phang Show': President Biden is off to Georgia for the unofficial launch of the rematch against former President Trump, with the state’s primary set for Tuesday. The campaign stop comes after the President’s passionate State of the Union address where he drew a stark contrast between himself and the presumed Republican nominee. Rep. Maxwell Frost joins to share his reaction. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously to allow Trump on the 2024 ballot in Colorado. Attorney George Conway breaks down the implications of the decision nationwide. Plus, author of “Medgar and Myrlie: Medgar Evers and the Love Story That Awakened America” and MSNBC host Joy-Ann Reid talks about her new book detailing the civil rights movement through the lens of a sweeping love story. All that and more on “The Katie Phang Show.”
On this week's episode of 'The Katie Phang Show': New developments in two of Trump’s major trials as closing arguments were made on Friday in Fulton County regarding the motion to disqualify DA Fani Willis from prosecuting Trump’s Georgia RICO case. And in Florida, Judge Aileen Cannon heard arguments on the timeline of the classified documents case with Trump’s attorneys strongly pushing for a post-election trial. Meanwhile chaos continues on Capitol Hill, with President Biden signing another short-term funding bill in order to prevent a government shutdown. Rep. Jasmine Crockett joins to share her thoughts on the seemingly endless negotiations. Plus, director Lulu Wang discusses her critically-acclaimed Prime Video series “Expats”. All that and more on “The Katie Phang Show.”
On this week's episode of 'The Katie Phang Show': South Carolina Republicans are heading to the polls to cast their vote in the Presidential primary. Will Nikki Haley pull off an upset in her home state? Political strategist Lucy Caldwell and host of the “Woke AF Daily” podcast Danielle Moodie join to share their predictions. Meanwhile in New York, Donald Trump’s judgment of $464 million in the civil fraud case was formally entered this week in addition to a staggering daily interest rate of $111,000. MSNBC legal analyst Joyce Vance shares her thoughts on what may happen if Trump can’t foot the bill. Plus, a landmark ruling out of Alabama with the state’s Supreme Court finding that all frozen embryos are children. Slate’s Mark Joseph Stern helps break down the controversial decision. All that and more on “The Katie Phang Show.”
On this week's episode of 'The Katie Phang Show': Former President Trump was hit with a massive $354 million fine from Judge Arthur Engoron as a part of the civil business fraud trial. Former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner joins to break down the fine and the temporary limit on Trump’s ability to do business in New York. Meanwhile in Fulton County, DA Fani Willis delivered fiery testimony before Judge Scott McAfee in an attempt to deny allegations of misconduct. Fulton County correspondent for Lawfare Anna Bower shares her thoughts on when we can expect to have a ruling. And the death of jailed Putin critic Alexei Navalny is garnering outrage from world leaders including President Biden who made it clear on Friday he believes “Putin is responsible.” Rep. Eric Swalwell joins to share his reaction. All that and more on “The Katie Phang Show.”
On this week's episode of 'The Katie Phang Show': President Biden is hitting back at Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report on his handling of classified documents. While Biden will not face criminal charges, Hur made a point to include shots at the President's age and memory. Rep. Jared Moskowitz of Florida, joins to share his thoughts on the report and his reaction to House Republicans’ failed attempt to impeach DHS Sec. Mayorkas. And an all-star legal panel of Joyce Vance, Andrew Weissmann and George Conway share their thoughts on the D.C. Circuit Appeals Court ruling that Donald Trump isn’t immune to prosecution for his actions on Jan. 6, as well as the SCOTUS arguments this week over Colorado potentially kicking Trump off their ballot. Plus, “The Brothers Sun” actor Sam Song Li discusses his hit Netflix action series and the strides its making for AAPI representation. All that and more on “The Katie Phang Show.”
Through compelling interviews and fiery commentary, host Katie Phang builds on her decades-long experience as a trial attorney and legal analyst to deliver her unique and insightful perspective on the latest news, including high-profile legal cases, politics, culture, and more.
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Ron Carter

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Jun 1st
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