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News comes at you fast. Join us at the end of your day to understand it. Today, Explained is your all killer, no filler, Monday to Friday news explainer co-hosted by Sean Rameswaram and Noel King. Every episode features the finest reporters from the Vox Media Podcast Network and beyond.
 
Get the best reporting and storytelling on television from 60 Minutes - on your schedule. Now you can listen to the show in its entirety every week. 60 Minutes is the most successful broadcast in television history with more than 80 Emmys under its belt. 60 Minutes offers unbiased reporting on politics, in-depth investigations and important adventures from around the world- like no one else.
 
A jaunty walk through the burning ruins of the old world, the one we all live in now, and a guide to avoiding the worst pitfalls along the road to a better world. It Could Happen Here season 1 ended with the possibility of a second civil war. It Could Happen Here Daily with Robert Evans, accepts collapse as a given, and tries to provide a roadmap to survival.
 
ABC News Daily is the podcast that helps you understand the issues affecting your world. Every episode, host Samantha Hawley walks through one story with the help of an ABC colleague or expert in under 15 minutes. When you want coverage you can trust, listen to ABC News Daily.
 
The problem with the news right now? It’s everywhere. And each day, it can feel like we’re all just mindlessly scrolling. It’s why we created What Next. This short daily show is here to help you make sense of things. When the news feels overwhelming, we’re here to help you answer: What next? Look for new episodes every weekday morning.
 
Don't have time for a full news hour? Listen to the PBS NewsHour, segment by segment. Our full coverage of politics, science, arts, health, national and international news is included in this feed in easy-to-digest 5 to 10 minute segments. Segments are published each night by 9 p.m. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full show, Brooks and Capehart, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. ...
 
The podcast version of a documentary & interview series on war and inequality from the heart of Empire hosted by Abby Martin. Empire Files is donor-funded, independent and add free. Help keep us going by becoming a patron at www.patreon.com/empirefiles. Follow: @EmpireFiles and @AbbyMartin Like: www.facebook.com/TheEmpireFiles
 
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Reveal’s investigations will inspire, infuriate and inform you. Host Al Letson and an award-winning team of reporters deliver gripping stories about caregivers, advocates for the unhoused, immigrant families, warehouse workers and formerly incarcerated people, fighting to hold the powerful accountable. The New Yorker described Reveal as “a knockout … a pleasure to listen to, even as we seethe.” A winner of multiple Peabody, duPont, Emmy and Murrow awards, Reveal is produced by the nation’s f ...
 
Each week, Squiz Shortcuts gives you the backstory to the big news stories. In the usual Squiz tone, we'll keep it short and sharp, and opinion-free. If you're interested in the news but sometimes find there is a whole lot of assumed knowledge which makes it confusing and time-consuming to get across - Squiz Shortcuts is for you. The Squiz is your shortcut to being informed.
 
The Slow Newscast from Tortoise takes the news slowly. We investigate, and every week we focus on stories that really matter in the UK and around the world. From the war in Ukraine, the downfall of Boris Johnson, to true crime and injustice and real life mysteries, The Slow Newscast team is devoted to narrative investigations. From a startup newsroom with a different approach to journalism. If you want to listen to episodes of the Slow Newscast early and ad-free, you can join Tortoise+ on Ap ...
 
An award-winning, original, investigative series made by the team behind the acclaimed PBS documentary show, FRONTLINE. From the long and deadly arm of 9/11, to a police shooting in West Virginia with a startling twist, to what life is really like for children living in a Kenyan refugee camp, each episode follows a different reporter through an investigation that sometimes is years in the making. The FRONTLINE Dispatch – because some stories are meant to be heard. Produced at FRONTLINE’s hea ...
 
An ex-Al Qaeda jihadi turned MI6 spy and a former monk turned filmmaker, have been embedded at the heart of conflicts in the Middle East. Together Aimen Dean and Thomas Small unpack the realities of war, fundamentalism and their global implications through first-hand experience.
 
Keeping up to date with the news just became a little easier. Available every weekday at 5am, tune in as Damien Venuto chats with the journalists and newsmakers, going behind the headlines to break down what you need to know on the biggest stories of the day.
 
Do you find the news cycle overwhelming? Depressing? Confusing? Boring? Endless? Then you need The Quicky. Mamamia's daily podcast that gets you up to speed on the top stories, then deep dives on one topic you want to know more about. It's the easiest and most enjoyable way to get across the news every day.
 
Bringing you unfiltered public documents that deserve to be more accessible. Dan Williams, the voice behind the Mueller Report Audio podcast, reads some of the most important government documents for those who want the information, but may be too busy to read or simply want to do other things while consuming the information.
 
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Russia and Ukraine are at war. It’s a fight Vladimir Putin thought he couldn’t lose. But when the Russian President ordered his soldiers to invade, he could not have anticipated that the charismatic Ukrainian leader Volodimir Zelensky would step to the challenge. Nor could he have foreseen the full-throated support for Ukraine from the West, or the tenacity of the Ukrainian people. Now, Europe faces a cold hard winter, the war is dragging on, and stories are emerging about wartime atrocities ...
 
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An unprecedented weather event has completely saturated the upper North Island over the last few days. Record-breaking amounts of rain have submerged streets and parks, caused landslides and damaged infrastructure, and claimed the lives of at least four people. The event has also sparked a backlash from Aucklanders over how Mayor Wayne Brown and pu…
 
Orna Merchant learns how, during World War Two, a desperate Soviet Union created three all-female aerial combat units. The most celebrated of these was the 588th Night Bomber Regiment. Using Polikarpov Po-2 wooden biplanes, as the aviators approached their target they would cut their engines and glide in to drop their bombs. The eerie sight and sou…
 
A sixth police officer has been suspended in the death of Tyre Nichols. Memphis police announced officer Preston Hemphill has been relieved of his duties as part of an internal investigation. The move comes amid calls for further accountability for those who were on scene when Nichols was beaten. Benjamin Crump is representing Nichols' family and j…
 
Authorities said releasing video of the Tyre Nichols beating was important to convey the brutality of the attack. But for many Americans, the video is traumatizing and one of far too many they have witnessed after a police killing. Clinical psychologist Riana Elyse Anderson joined Geoff Bennett to discuss the mental health concerns. PBS NewsHour is…
 
In our news wrap Monday, a suicide bomber killed at least 59 people and wounded 157 at a mosque in Pakistan, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken urged Israelis and Palestinians to step back after days of growing bloodshed and Ukrainian President Zelenskyy appealed to Western nations to speed up shipments of tanks and other heavy weapons after Ru…
 
After days of bloodshed between Israelis and Palestinians, and reported Israeli airstrikes in Iran, Secretary of State Tony Blinken became the latest high-ranking American official to travel to Israel. As Nick Schifrin reports, Blinken is trying to keep a lid on further bloodshed and coordinate U.S.-Israeli cooperation on Iran. PBS NewsHour is supp…
 
Prices at the grocery store have risen for many foods, but the cost of eggs climbed the most in the last year and consumers have scrambled to keep up. What's behind so-called Eggflation? Economics correspondent Paul Solman takes a look. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
President Biden was in Baltimore Monday to highlight a major railway tunnel reconstruction project that will be paid for, in part, by the bipartisan infrastructure law. The project will replace a century-old tunnel connecting Philadelphia and Washington, a familiar route for the president who spent years as a senator commuting via train between Was…
 
This weekend, former President Trump held his first campaign rallies since announcing he was running again. When Trump first ran for president, much of the evangelical community backed him. William Brangham spoke with Ralph Reed of the Faith and Freedom Coalition to see if that support remains. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/new…
 
The impact of the baby boom generation is impossible to ignore. The roughly 76 million people born between 1946 and 1964 have reshaped American society at each stage of their lives. Philip Bump of The Washington Post takes a closer look at the generation's impact in "The Aftermath: The Last Days of the Baby Boom and the Future of Power in America."…
 
Rainesford Stauffer is a freelance writer and Kentuckian. She is the author of "An Ordinary Age," and her upcoming book, "All the Gold Stars: Reimagining Ambition and the Ways We Strive," looks to examine and dismantle the concepts of ambition and burnout in young adults. Stauffer shares her Brief But Spectacular take on rethinking ambition. PBS Ne…
 
In this week's The Reason Roundtable, editors Peter Suderman, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and special guest Eric Boehm delve into policing and violence in the wake of the video release showing Memphis police killing Tyre Nichols. 0:30: Tyre Nichols killed by Memphis police 23:37: The ongoing debt limit drama 36:31: Weekly Listener Questio…
 
While some countries are seeing their populations decline and grow older, others are growing fast. That has economic implications. Could migration help? NPR's Emily Feng reports on the long term consequences of China's shrinking population. We also hear from Lant Pritchett, research director with the think tank Labor Mobility Partnerships, about th…
 
The January 6th Report: A reading of Chapter 2.3 (Part 6) - Outreach by President Trump and Senior Aides While Campaign aides were contacting State officials with calls mentioned in the previous section, some State officials received more personalized outreach directly from President Trump, Giuliani, and their allies. Part six of this section detai…
 
The Department of Justice wants Google to break up its advertising business. The Wall Street Journal’s Keach Hagey explains how the DOJ’s antitrust suit could reshape the internet. This episode was produced by Amanda Lewellyn, edited and fact-checked by Matt Collette, engineered by Patrick Boyd with help from Efim Shapiro, and hosted by Noel King. …
 
Artificial intelligence, or A.I, has a lot of people nervous about just how much it can really do. Here at Mamamia, we've put ChatGPT to the test and the results were almost scary. In this episode of The Quicky, we're talking about the incredible advancements in artificial intelligence and how they're becoming so smart that they're starting to blur…
 
Anthony Albanese wanted bipartisan support for the Voice to Parliament.Instead, he's being met with increasing political divisions. Today, ABC Radio National Breakfast host, Patricia Karvelas, on whether the government can convince Australians to vote yes without support across the Parliament.Featured: Patricia Karvelas, host, Radio National Breakf…
 
New Zealand is facing up to the abuse and misogyny faced by politicians. In the wake of Jacinda Ardern’s shock resignation as Prime Minister in January, many commentators and analysts have pointed to the online abuse she faced during her five and a half years in office. Ardern didn’t specifically cite the abuse as a reason for resigning, but data r…
 
The response to the death of the 29-year-old has differed from that of previous cases of police killings; we ask what the tragedy indicates about how America deals with police violence. Our correspondent says a lawmaker’s murder in Afghanistan highlights the misery of women under the Taliban. And why a decades-old model of animal and human learning…
 
The January 6th Report: A reading of Chapter 2.3 (Part 5) - The Trump Campaign’s Barrage of Phone Calls to State Legislators On the same day as Rudy Giuliani’s hearing in Michigan discussed in the previous section, Trump Campaign staff contacted dozens of Republicans in Michigan’s State legislature. They also reached out to legislators in other sta…
 
9-year-old Tyre Nichols was on his way to his mother’s house when Memphis police pulled him over. Police body cam footage and other video show officers punching, pepper-spraying, hitting him with a baton, and kicking him. He died three days later in hospital.Officials in Memphis have fired the five officers who were involved, who are all Black, and…
 
At this point, classified documents have been uncovered in the homes of former President Trump, former Vice President Mike Pence, and President Biden. But there are more practical issues with how the government treats classified documents than just whose garage they’re sitting in. Guest: Elizabeth Goitein, co-director of the Liberty and National Se…
 
Welcome to The Quicky, getting you up to speed daily. On top of The Quicky team bringing you a daily deep dive on one topic that has captured your attention along with the morning news headlines, we also update you each afternoon from 5pm with the evening headlines. If you have a topic you would like us to look into further, email thequicky@mamamia…
 
When a nightmarish scene unfolded on the beaches of northeast England in the last few months of 2021, fishermen raised the alarm. The mass die-off of thousands of crabs has led to two government reports, with the latest out earlier this month. But have they raised more questions than answers? This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of…
 
A former member of SEAL Team 6, Mark Owen, recounts the raid that killed the world's most wanted man: Osama bin Laden. Owen, now retired, says the SEALs trained for the mission using a full-size replica of the bin Laden compound, and that a dress rehearsal was held for military top brass. And Owen refutes charges that he's trying to make a politica…
 
In our news wrap Sunday, funerals for the seven victims of a mass shooting outside an East Jerusalem synagogue began in Israel, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken started his visit to the Middle East, Novak Djokovic won the Australian Open men's singles championship for the 10th time, and Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin spoke publicly for the…
 
It's been five years since hundreds of thousands of Rohingya fled the brutality of government security forces in Myanmar, ending up in camps in Bangladesh or setting out to sea in hopes of reaching Malaysia or Indonesia. Last week, Indonesia's government called for a regional effort to address the crisis of refugees stranded at sea. Reuters corresp…
 
According to the Committee to Protect Journalists, 2022 was one of the deadliest years on record for journalists around the globe, with a nearly 50 percent increase in killings from the previous years. Lisa Desjardins speaks to Jodie Ginsberg, president of the CPJ, about the increasingly dangerous environment for journalists worldwide. PBS NewsHour…
 
Depression and anxiety among adolescents was already at crisis levels before the pandemic, but it surged amid the isolation, disruption and hardship of COVID. For our new series, "Early Warnings: America's Youth Mental Health Crisis," William Brangham traveled to Oregon to find out why it ranks among the worst states for youth mental health and wha…
 
Last fall, the USA Blind Soccer National Team held its first-ever tryouts for players with visual impairments. As local station KPBS reports, the men's team has set their hopes on competing in the 2028 Paralympic Games. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/fundersBy PBS NewsHour
 
Watch the video of this interview at: https://youtu.be/nmgzX-GsrN0Legendary rapper Immortal Technique joins Abby to discuss the escalating tensions of the post-Trump era, the duopoly playing Americans, right-wing cooptation of conspiracy theory and deep-state critique, teaching real history and much more. Support Immortal Technique's grassroots org…
 
Jelena Dokic has been on our screens this past fortnight commentating at the Australian Open: a job that she is more than qualified to do. Having been ranked number 4 in the world at just 19 years old, we know she knows her tennis. So why is it that she's been relentlessly trolled this month? Jelena posted on her social media a number of comments s…
 
Australian politicians are being threatened with violence in volumes never seen before, with the Australian Federal Police receiving more than 500 reports of threats to MP's safety - a number that’s tripled in three years.It's been partly driven by the 'Sovereign Citizen' movement, with COVID-19 providing the perfect breeding ground for their consp…
 
New Zealand is set for a blockbuster year of sport, with four world cups being held. The big one will no doubt be the FIFA Women’s World Cup, which will see superstars from around the world descend on Aotearoa for a four-week football festival in July. That massive event will then be followed by the spectacle of the Men’s Rugby World Cup in France.…
 
The proliferation of chatbots and A.I.-generated art has consumers and tech companies alike convinced that artificial intelligence is ready to be integrated into consumer electronics, products, homes, and across industry. In fact, it’s already in progress. What’s the worst that can happen? Guest: Will Oremus, technology reporter for the Washington …
 
Americans have grown accustomed to hearing about the latest mass shooting. And recently news coverage has been focused on two tragic events in California — Last weekend eleven people were killed and nine injured in Monterey Park near Los Angeles. And on Monday, seven people were killed and one wounded in Half Moon Bay, just south of San Francisco. …
 
People across the nation are struggling to come to grips with the shocking display of excessive force by Memphis police in the beating death of 29-year-old Tyre Nichols. Thaddeus Johnson, professor of criminal justice and criminology at Georgia State University, joins John Yang to discuss the use of force in policing. PBS NewsHour is supported by -…
 
In our news wrap Saturday, tensions remain high after a 13-year-old Palestinian boy shot and wounded two people in Jerusalem, floodwaters are receding in Auckland, New Zealand after record-breaking rainfall, Pope Francis clarified his words after saying that being gay is a sin, Trump hit the campaign trail for his 2024 presidential bid, and the Cha…
 
Nearly three years into the pandemic, students and teachers in the U.S. are still trying to close the education gap formed by COVID-induced school shutdowns and remote learning struggles. Robert Balfanz, a researcher at the Johns Hopkins School of Education, joins Geoff Bennett to discuss the challenges facing students nationwide and efforts to ste…
 
Since its launch last July, the nationwide 988 hotline for people experiencing a mental health crisis has received more than 2 million calls, texts and chats. The launch got a boost from the federal government, with future funding expected to come from states -- but only 16 states have plans in place so far. Ohio state Rep. Gail Pavliga joins John …
 
How do humans cope with sadness? Is it something to be avoided at all costs or part of the human condition? Should we dwell on our sadness, or flee from it? Author Helen Russell explores humanity's history of gloom, and the cultural differences in our approach to tackling it. Helen goes to Lisbon to explore their relationship with melancholy, commu…
 
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