Tuesday, February 12, President Obama will deliver his State of the Union address, the first address of his second term on WEMU. You can listen in on the coverage here on 89.1 FM (or online) and follow the live-blog in real time, below.
Tune in on Monday, January 21 to WEMU for NPR's special coverage of the Inauguration of President Barack Obama from 10 am to 2 pm. Steve Inskeep and Audie Cornish will host the special from the west front of the U.S. Capitol Building, where the Inaugural ceremony will take place. They’ll be joined there by White House Correspondents Ari Shapiro and Scott Horsley. 89.1 Jazz with Linda Yohn will run from 9am to 10am, and 89.1 Jazz with Michael Jewett will run from 2pm to 4pm on Monday.
A local state legislator says he'll be closely watching Governor Snyder's state-of-the-state address tonight, hoping to hear a plan for more help for struggling local governments. Hear more from WEMU's Bob Eccles.
Join WEMU and Npr Tuesday night beginning at 8 for complete election coverage. Npr will report the presidential, congressional, and senatorial results around the nation. WEMU's Clark Smith and political analyst Tom Weider will have the local results from Washtenaw County.
After a zinger of a vice presidential debate last week, the bosses have a lot to live up to tonight. Just in case you haven't been paying attention: President Obama and former Gov. Mitt Romney face off in the second of three presidential debates.
It starts at 9 p.m. at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. The town-hall style debate will be moderated by CNN's Candy Crowley.
After what has been universally called a strong Romney victory during round 1, the spotlight is on Obama.
It’s another Soapbox Summer on WEMU. If your name appears on Washtenaw County’s August 7th primary election ballot, WEMU offers you three minutes of free air time to tell voters why you should be elected.
Just record your best three-minute campaign message on an audio CD or MP3 computer file and sent it to WEMU by July 6th. Soapbox summer messages will be broadcast twice daily on WEMU during the last few weeks leading up to the August primary election.
Today David talks about government policies regarding recycling, renewable energy, and environmental impact with Debra Rowe, President of the U.S. Partnership for Education and Sustainable Development.
On this last regular episode of the 8-season Lynn Rivers Show, Lynn talks to Carrie Moss from the American Civil Liberties Union and Elizabeth Wydra from the Constitutional Accountability Center about health care reform and gay marriage, focusing on the constitutional relationship between the state and federal governments.
Inside the White House and holding on to your house on this week's Lynn Rivers Show from WEMU. Lynn's guests this week are Mother Jones' Washington Bureau Chief David Corn, and Pro Publica investigative reporter Paul Kiel.