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Launched in 2005, Point of Inquiry is the premier podcast of the Center for Inquiry. Point of Inquiry critically examines topics in science, religion, philosophy, and politics. Each episode takes on a specific issue and features lively discussion with leading scientists, researchers and writers. Point of Inquiry is produced at the Center for Inquiry in Amherst, N.Y.
Um podcast onde pegamos notícias relevantes e tornamos irrelevantes.
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US tech giant hit with $2.7bn fine over its Shopping service, Washington warns Syria over 'new chemical attack plan', court rules that Dutch state partly responsible for 350 deaths at Srebrenica, how ATMs changed our lives
British PM outlines post-Brexit offer on EU citizens, Jailed Chinese dissident has terminal cancer, What happens when you're sleep deprived.
The Democratic Unionist Party backs Theresa May's minority government, Iraqi army 'making progress' against IS in Mosul, Bob Dylan's songs made into stage musical, how Harry Potter became an enormous global brand
More than 140 die when petrol tanker exploded as villagers tried to collect leaking fuel; BBC investigation reveals lives of young men fighting for IS group in Iraq; How the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Baku turned from racing to road age.
Residents' anger at tower block evacuations; Egypt gives islands to Saudi Arabia; the 'cult' following of the British Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn
800 flats evacuated for safety reasons, In Colombia the President says the FARC's disarmament is almost done, Saturday Night Fever - auction of the dancefloor in the film
Inside the fight for the 'IS capital', UK's Brexit offer 'below expectations', How the presence of humans can affect chimp hunting habits
UK in summit pledge on EU citizens' rights, Deadly car bomb targets Afghan bank, NASA launches rocket with student experiments
May promises EU citizens will be allowed to stay after Brexit, Funeral of Otto Warmbier, How the eyes of moths could improve what you see on your smartphone
King Salman replaces previous heir to the throne - his nephew - with his son, UN says South Sudan no longer in famine, Queen's Speech gives strong emphasis to Brexit, controversy over Israel's 'stolen' Yemenite children
The Grand al-Nuri Mosque with its leaning minaret has been blown up, Deadly clashes in Central African Republic, despite ceasefire deal, British teenager saves dad with CPR learnt from TV series, House
Charges against Barclays over actions taken during the 2008 financial crisis, Catholic church says "thousands of civilians killed" in DR Congo conflict, scientists study tropical fish in effort to tackle heart disease in humans, Hugh Masekela on the future of African music
Hong Kong's Carrie Lam says she is 'no puppet of Beijing', US 'downs Iranian-made drone' over Syria, Qatari camels caught up in Gulf crisis
Otto Warmbier's family blames his death on treatment he received in North Korea; the UK and the EU formally begin Brexit negotiations; the must-watch films for children
UK 'positive' as Brexit discussions begin, Russian warning after US downs Syrian jet, Call for scheme to safeguard cows in India
Emmanuel Macron heads for a big majority in parliament -- and a strong mandate to pursue his reforms; Portugal in mourning as fire kills more than sixty; lessons from history as Brexit talks begin in Brussels; Pakistan beat regional rivals India to win cricket's Champions' Trophy; and an elegy for the community shattered by London's high rise i ...…
Police fear figure may increase; US judge declares mistrial in Bill Cosby case; director of 'Rocky' dies
Donald Trump says he's scrapping much of Barack Obama's policy of warmer relations with Communist Cuba; demonstrators march on Downing Street to protest at the failings they say led to Wednesday's tower block disaster; the death of Helmut Kohl -- the architect of German reunification; will the Spanish taxman drive Cristiano Ronaldo away from Re ...…
The United Nations warns that more than one-hundred-thousand civilians may be held by Islamic State militants in the Iraqi city of Mosul as human shields; Police in Britain say at least thirty people are now confirmed to have died in the fire that engulfed a London tower block; Family row in Singapore over the will of Lee Kuan Yew; Archaeologis ...…
Seventeen confirmed dead in Grenfell Tower disaster; American student released from North Korean prison suffered severe brain damage
The British Prime Minister has ordered a full public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire; President Donald Trump denies reports that he is under investigation for obstruction of justice; Could coffee waste replace diesel?
Twelve people have died in the west London fire and the figure is expected to rise, Egypt's lawmakers approve a controversial deal giving islands to Saudi Arabia, Hydroelectric dams could 'permanently damage Amazon'
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Fire engulfs 24 storey residential block killing and injuring many, US Republican Steve Scalise wounded by gunman, UN says staggering loss of civilian life in US led coalition air strikes in Syria
North Korea Frees US Student 'In Coma', Hundreds Die In Bangladesh Landslide, Zimbabwe Ban Grain Imports
Spanish to prosecute footballer for 16 million dollar fraud, how birds recognise songs, seductive names make veg more appealing
We want to believe that climate change can be stopped, that humanity can summon the political will to take decisive and meaningful action to avert disaster and save civilization. But the difficult reality is that even if we make our very best efforts to rein in greenhouse gas emissions, climate change is coming. The real question now is how bad ...…
The British prime minister has apologised for her failed election gamble; More legal setbacks for Donald Trump - including on his proposed travel ban; How using your smartphone could win you an arts prize.
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny held as thousands attend anti-corruption rallies, Saudi Arabia's new 'sin' tax, plane lands in Sydney with hole in engine, the Latin dance hit that's taking over the world
British PM praises Tory talent in reshuffle, DR Congo jailbreak frees more than 900 inmates, Dominant Nadal wins record 10th French Open
Democratic Unionists agree outline deal to support Conservatives; aid workers tell of the horrors facing families fleeing Raqaa; Batman actor Adam West is dead
European Commission wants Brexit discussions to proceed without delay, Catalonia plans October independence vote, Ivory Coast jail sentences for chimpanzee traffickers
"Why would I do that -- he asks? -- I hardly know the man;" UK election fallout; IOC to award 2024 and 2028 Games simultaneously; talking tombstones
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UK election ends in hung Parliament, Theresa May loses her overall majority, Labour party performs better than predicted, SNP loses 21 seats, Brexit questions raised.
No QN NEWS dessa semana: o segredo dos flamingos, a aluna indicada a provável terrorista, as fortes chuvas no nordeste, o temporal na Russia e mais...Os fantásticos furacões em Jupiter, problemas com... O QN NEWS é o podcast onde trazemos notícias relevantes da semana, comentamos com humor, ironia e sarcasmo, tratando de todos os temas, partind ...…
No QN NEWS dessa semana: Ku Klux Klan na ative distribuindo panfletos, o peixe de formato fálico, a grande sacada de Putin e mais...Músicos da OSB com problemas, EUA pulando do barco, ondas... O QN NEWS é o podcast onde trazemos notícias relevantes da semana, comentamos com humor, ironia e sarcasmo, tratando de todos os temas, partindo da socie ...…
Former FBI Director James Comey has testified in front of US Senators about alleged Russian interference in last year's Presidential election; Ongoing dispute between Qatar and several Arab states; The rubbish crisis in Lebanon; And a biodegradable alternative to microbeads.
Comey testifies on Trump and Russia, UK voters go to the polls, Chinese censors crack down on online gossip sites
James Comey has given details of conversations with the president a day before his Senate hearing; American teenagers' date rape drug detector; Homo Sapiens have been around longer than we thought.
IS says it carried out attacks on Iranian parliament and Ayatollah Khomeini's mausoleum, German Foreign Minister urges end to rift between Qatar and neighbours, Burmese military plane vanishes, is marriage good for your heart ?
US-backed alliance of Kurdish and Arab groups begins offensive to capture IS stronghold, US criticism of UN human rights body, British police name third London Bridge attacker, can too much charisma damage your career ?
British PM says human rights law could change in the fight against terrorism, Trump claims credit for Qatar isolation, Museum of Failure
Qatar row threatens air disruption in Gulf, Montenegro formally joins Nato, Africa's tallest tree
Several nations cut diplomatic ties with Qatar and accuse it of destabilising the region, rift develops between US and China, India launches its heaviest ever satellite using its most powerful rocket
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Seven killed and 48 injured in Saturday night's terror attacks in London Bridge area; eyewitness reports, police and political reaction, and analysis
Bodies of men, women and children found in Mosul; new prostate cancer treatment; alphabet for Hebrew and Arabic speakers
On June 1, President Donald Trump declared that he was withdrawing the United States from the Paris climate accord, an international agreement meant to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and limit the global average temperature increase to no more than 2 degrees Celsius. For those who accept the reality of the threat posed by climate ...…
Bloomberg says US cities, states and companies want to keep Paris deal; the science of mind reading; America's best speller
Bodies found after Manila casino attack, Dutch IVF doctor accused of using own sperm, Snapchat glasses
Trump says Paris deal penalises US economy, gunman sparks panic at Manila resort, new Tolkien book published after 100 years
Over 40 'die of thirst' in Sahara desert, Prosecutor probes Macron ally over deal, Solitary bees
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