No One Knows Anything
  • BuzzFeed
67 episodes
It's the politics podcast from BuzzFeed News. Featuring reporters from BuzzFeed News, and occasional special guests, each episode of No One Knows Anything breaks down the biggest and most insane stories in politics this week, and tries to figure what we should or shouldn't be freaking out about.


Introducing ... The News
2018 May 1148s
BuzzFeed News has a new podcast: The News.
It's So Hard To Say Goodbye To 2016
2017 Oct 0635m 58s
For their final episode of the podcast, Kate and Charlie talk about a few stories that have dominated the last year: Facebook and Russia. BuzzFeed News political editor Katherine Miller joins them to break down how central Facebook actually is to our lives and our political decisions. Then, we get an update on the Russia investigation and wonder if 2016 will ever truly end.
Trump vs. NFL, Facebook vs. Congress
2017 Sep 2937m 37s
Charlie and Kate talk to BuzzFeed politics reporter Darren Sands about Trump's culture war with the NFL and how the kneeling debate has transcended its origins as a police brutality protest. Then they're joined by senior technology reporter Alex Kantrowitz to break down Facebook's awful few weeks in the spotlight over Russian interference. And finally, Kate asks Charlie about the (now-quiet) pro-Trump media and why he's having some problems writing about the trolls.
The 'Rocket Man' And A Late Night TV Health Care Fight
2017 Sep 2229m 45s
Charlie returns from vacation and Kate gives him a rapid-fire rundown of what he missed (a lot). Then, they're joined by BuzzFeed News' Paul McLeod to learn what exactly the Graham-Cassidy health care bill that's floating through Congress would do for Americans...and why Jimmy Kimmel is at the center of the fight. Then, Kate and Charlie talk to BuzzFeed News Deputy World editor Hayes Brown to recap what Trump and the U.N. are doing about the escalating crisis in North Korea.
Deals, Deals, Deals
2017 Sep 1528m 44s
Kate is joined by BuzzFeed world news editor Hayes Brown, politics reporter Tarini Parti, and foreign affairs reporter John Hudson to talk about DACA dealmaking and Russia’s earnest attempt to make nice with the Trump Administration — starting with a bilateral working group on cybersecurity.
What Actually Happened With DACA And What Comes Next
2017 Sep 0832m 7s
This week, Kate is joined by BuzzFeed politics editor Katherine Miller and White House correspondent Adrian Carrasquillo to talk about why the Trump administration is trying to kill a program that helps 800,000 young people, and about what comes next for DREAMer activists, lawmakers, and law enforcement agencies.
On the Front Lines of Fake News (With Craig Silverman)
2017 Aug 2540m 59s
Charlie talks with BuzzFeed News Media Editor Craig Silverman about the world of misinformation: How fake news gets made, how companies like Facebook grapple with policing it, and how social networks and concerned citizens are trying to understand and stop it.
Charlottesville, The Alt-Right, And The GOP Response
2017 Aug 1513m 35s
Kate and Charlie talk with BuzzFeed reporter Tarini Parti about what happened in Charlottesville this weekend, the ways the alt-right continues to grow beyond online hate groups, and about the GOP representatives distancing themselves from a selectively critical President Trump.
This Anonymous Group Is Trying To Destroy Breitbart
2017 Aug 1130m 18s
This week: We continue our summer interview series with the co-founder of Sleeping Giants, an anonymous organization that's trying to stop companies from advertising with Breitbart. He discussed how the group convinced thousands to ditch Breitbart, why it's so easy to advertise on controversial websites without even knowing it, and if the online boycotts over political disagreements has gone too far. Catch us back in your feed on August 25. Hosted by Kate Nocera and Charlie Warzel.
What It's Like Being A Democrat In Congress Right Now
2017 Jul 2830m 11s
This week: We continue our summer interview series with Rep. Jim Himes, a Democrat from Connecticut. He discussed the Russia investigation, why he thinks Republicans aren't standing up to President Trump, and what it's like being in the minority party in Congress.