KSFR's Nancy Stapp brings you local news at noon. 

Last Night at the Democratic National Convention Former President Bill Clinton shared personal narratives of meeting and wooing his wife, while Sen Bernie Sanders brought his followers to tears as he made a motion to give all delegate votes to Secretary Hillary Clinton. Outside the Convention hall meetings were taking place to discuss strategies to get out the vote, and what policies should be included in a Democratic platform.

KSFR correspondent Martha Burke is also in Philadelphia, and caught up with Senator Tom Udall. 

In the aftermath of a failed military coup, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has assumed emergency powers and is purging his military, police and government services. Istanbul-based writer Elliot Ackerman of The New Yorker told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE how Erdogan has been consolidating his power since the failed coup attempt.

July 22 - News At Noon

Jul 22, 2016

KSFR's Nancy Stapp brings you local news at noon. 

The Republican National Convention wrapped up last night in a flurry of speeches about the dark days of America. As one New York Times reporter summed it up:

“Mr. Trump sounded much like the unreflective man who had started it with an escalator ride in the lobby of Trump Tower: He conjured up chaos and promised overnight solutions.” We check in a final time with our Santa Fe Republican delegate Samuel LeDoux.

While the Republicans were gearing up for their final night, Senator Wendy Davis was in town encouraging New Mexicans to vote for Hillary Rodham Clinton. Davis became famous in July 2013 for famously filibustering for 13 hours to prevent a vote on a bill limiting women’s right to a safe abortion.

Pokemon Go is the latest mobile phone game to sweep the world after its release. KSFR correspondent Jeremy Zeilik talks to two players about the impact and popularity of the game.

July 21 - News At Noon

Jul 21, 2016

KSFR's Nancy Stapp brings you local news at noon. 


Last night once again presented some bumps in the road for the Republican party and it’s nominee Donald Trump, particularly when Ted Cruz was booed off the stage after encouraging delegates to vote their conscience and not necessarily to vote for their nominee Donald Trump. As one politico blogger put it:Cruz’s defiance catapulted the ragged, plagiarism-marred, poorly managed convention into nuclear dumpster fire territory.

That was one opinion.




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MONDAY July 25 - Both the poet John Milton and the baseball executive Branch Rickey said – “Luck is the residue of design.” In Turkey people are wondering how much luck played into the attempted coup that enabled President Erdogan radically to expand his power, and how much the coup was the residue of designs drawn by the President himself. Istanbul resident and New Yorker writer Elliot Ackerman joins us on HERE AND THERE. TUESDAY July 26 - Since 9/11 the US has spent over $120 Billion on...
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