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From development and design to marketing and support, Under the Radar is all about independent app development. It's rarely longer than 30 minutes. Hosted by Marco Arment and David Smith.
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AppStories is a weekly exploration of the world of apps by MacStories' Federico Viticci and John Voorhees. Each week, they discuss the best new apps, the impact of apps on our culture, and cover the stories behind popular apps. Hosted by Federico Viticci and John Voorhees.
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“Hard Fork” is a show about the future that’s already here. Each week, journalists Kevin Roose and Casey Newton explore and make sense of the latest in the rapidly changing world of tech. Listen to this podcast in New York Times Audio, our new iOS app for news subscribers. Download now at nytimes.com/audioapp
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App Show Canada’s friendliest tech expert Mike Agerbo is expanding his radio presence with The App Show, which rates the latest apps and unlocks software secrets for smartphones, tablets, TVs and more.
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The Strange, Dark & Mysterious delivered in podcast format. Follow the MrBallen Podcast on Amazon Music or wherever you get your podcasts. New episodes publish twice a week—every Monday and Thursday. Prime members can listen to new episodes 1-month early and all episodes ad-free on Amazon Music. Wondery+ subscribers can listen ad-free in the Wondery App or on Apple Podcasts.
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The Run-Up

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“The Run-Up” is your guide to understanding the 2024 election. Host Astead W. Herndon talks to the people whose decisions will make the difference. Listen to this podcast in New York Times Audio, our new iOS app for news subscribers. Download now at nytimes.com/audioapp
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A last-minute party with no menu inspiration. A kitchen with no space. A toddler who will only eat buttered pasta. Name your dinner emergency—Bon Appétit is here to help. Dinner SOS is the podcast where we answer desperate home cooks' cries for help. In every episode, food director Chris Morocco and a rotating cast of cooking experts tackle a highly specific conundrum and present two solutions. The caller will pick one, cook through it, and let us know if we successfully helped rescue dinner ...
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True stories for English speakers learning Spanish. From the makers of Duolingo, the most popular language-learning app, comes a new podcast that delivers fascinating real-life stories in easy-to-understand Spanish with English narration. These are not language lessons; they’re life lessons through language. Hosted by Martina Castro, co-founder of NPR’s Radio Ambulante.
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This is what the news should sound like. The biggest stories of our time, told by the best journalists in the world. Hosted by Michael Barbaro and Sabrina Tavernise. Twenty minutes a day, five days a week, ready by 6 a.m. Listen to this podcast in New York Times Audio, our new iOS app for news subscribers. Download now at nytimes.com/audioapp
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10 proven app experts reveal how to grow downloads, retain users and how to best monetize apps. Get training, coaching and community from proven app founders who reveal how to grow downloads, retain users, monetize and how to build and sustain a mobile app business. Get a Free 7-day Trial: https://www.appmastersacademy.com/
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Every scandal begins with a lie. But the truth will come out. And then comes the fallout and the outrage. Scandals have shaped America since its founding. From business and politics to sports and society, we look on aghast as corruption, deceit and ambition bring down heroes and celebrities, politicians and moguls. And when the dust finally settles, we’re left to wonder: how did this happen? Where did they trip up, and who is to blame? From the creators of American History Tellers, Business ...
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Well done. You’ve sorted through the embarrassment of riches that is the modern podcast landscape and found me, Rob Brydon, on my podcast. In this season of Brydon &, I talk to, among others: Harry Hill, Ben Elton, Julia Davis, Steve Coogan and Dame Harriet Walter. It’s terrific conversation, full of anecdotes and reminiscence where appropriate. You can listen to episodes early and ad-free on Amazon Music or by subscribing to Wondery+ on Apple Podcasts or the Wondery app.
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From Wondery and Goalhanger Podcasts, Afua Hirsch and Peter Frankopan tell the wild stories of some of the most extraordinary men and women ever to have lived – and ask whether they have the rep they deserve. Should Nina Simone’s role in the civil rights movement be more celebrated than it is? When you find out what Picasso got up to in his studio, can you still admire his art? Was Napoleon a hero or a tyrant - or both? (And, while we’re at it, was he even short?) Legacy is the show that loo ...
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The live trivia app 'HQ Trivia' was once the obsession of the internet, garnering millions of players and an international spotlight. But then it all went wrong. From 'The Ringer' Podcast Network, ‘Boom/Bust: HQ Trivia’ is an exploration of the spectacular rise and fall of the massively popular app, reported and hosted by Alyssa Bereznak.
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The Ezra Klein Show

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*** Named a best podcast of 2021 by Time, Vulture, Esquire and The Atlantic. *** Each Tuesday and Friday, Ezra Klein invites you into a conversation on something that matters. How do we address climate change if the political system fails to act? Has the logic of markets infiltrated too many aspects of our lives? What is the future of the Republican Party? What do psychedelics teach us about consciousness? What does sci-fi understand about our present that we miss? Can our food system be jus ...
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Admit it: you’re obsessed with royal families – watching them, gossiping about them, wanting to be them. It’s the stuff of fantasy. But for real life royals, the crown jewels can be more like shiny handcuffs. There are expectations and rules – and if you break them, the consequences are big, and very public. And no, we’re not just talking about Harry and Meghan. There are royal families and wild royal tales from around the world and throughout history that you have never heard before. From W ...
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The podcast for adults with ADHD. Hear stories, learn strategies, and get great productivity tips as we talk about the real-life struggles and what it takes to achieve success. Host, Eric Tivers, LCSW, is a psychotherapist, coach and entrepreneur (with ADHD) in private practice. Eric interviews a variety of guests. Many are people just like yourself, as well professionals, entrepreneurs, and ADHD experts.
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Thoughts, aloud. Hosted by Michelle Cottle, Ross Douthat, Carlos Lozada and Lydia Polgreen. Every Friday, from New York Times Opinion. Listen to this podcast in New York Times Audio, our new iOS app for news subscribers. Download now at nytimes.com/audioapp
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The human body is a miracle. But when it’s not working, it can be the stuff of nightmares. On this new series from master storyteller MrBallen, we’re sharing medical horror stories and diagnostic mysteries that are surgically calibrated to make your blood run cold. From bizarre, unheard-of diseases and miraculous recoveries to strange medical mishaps and unexplainable deaths — you’ll never hear the phrase “heart-stopping” in the same way again. MrBallen’s Medical Mysteries is a first-of-its- ...
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The Cold War, Prohibition, the Gold Rush, the Space Race. Every part of your life - the words you speak, the ideas you share - can be traced to our history, but how well do you really know the stories that made America? We'll take you to the events, the times and the people that shaped our nation. And we'll show you how our history affected them, their families and affects you today. Hosted by Lindsay Graham (not the Senator). From Wondery, the network behind American Scandal, Tides of Histo ...
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Keep up with the latest news in the world of mobile & desktop development with the official .NET MAUI podcast! Join your hosts Matt Soucoup and James Montemagno as they discuss the latest and greatest in native cross-platform mobile and desktop cloud development in .NET MAUI, Visual Studio, C#, F#, .NET, App Center, and Azure.
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Interviews & insights with experienced developer's across all aspects of App Development. Whether you're a veteran developer or just getting started - listen weekly as I go in depth with professionals on topics ranging from Flutter, Cyber Security, Freelancing, Android, iOS & much much more!
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The Book Review

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The world's top authors and critics join host Gilbert Cruz and editors at The New York Times Book Review to talk about the week's top books, what we're reading and what's going on in the literary world. Listen to this podcast in New York Times Audio, our new iOS app for news subscribers. Download now at nytimes.com/audioapp
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Listen to the complete PBS NewsHour, specially formatted as a podcast. Published each night by 9 p.m., our full show includes every news segment, every interview, and every bit of analysis as our television broadcast. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our individual segments, Brooks and Capehart, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/news ...
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For 18 years, the Modern Love column has given New York Times readers a glimpse into the complicated love lives of real people. Since its start, the column has evolved into a TV show, three books and a podcast. Each week, host Anna Martin brings you stories and conversations about love in all its glorious permutations, dumb pitfalls and life-changing moments. New episodes every Wednesday. Listen to this podcast in New York Times Audio, our new iOS app for news subscribers. Download now at ny ...
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When nerdy gamer Sam Bankman-Fried rocketed to fame as the world’s richest 29-year-old, he pledged to donate his billions to good causes. But when Sam's crypto exchange FTX collapsed, billions of dollars went missing, and Sam was in handcuffs, those who knew him were left wondering — who was Sam really? A well-meaning billionaire who made a mistake? Or a calculated con man? From Wondery and Bloomberg, the makers of The Shrink Next Door, comes a new story of incredible wealth, betrayal, and w ...
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Hey gang! We are Damon, Sue, and Aymee-Lynne from The Adirondack Park Paranormal Society. Join us, along with other members of APPS, for each episode of the APPS Alchemy Podcast as we take a deep dive into the world of the Paranormal, cryptids, the occult, and more.
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When a shocking crime occurs, people ask “Why?” Was it about power, ego, or revenge? On Killer Psyche, retired FBI agent Candice DeLong draws on her decades of experience to reveal why these murderers and criminals committed these heinous acts. She will reveal fascinating new details about what drove these people, including cases she was close to. Candice will share specific psychological methods and profiling techniques that experts use to understand the deepest part of the most complex, fa ...
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Join neuroscientist, philosopher, and five-time New York Times best-selling author Sam Harris as he explores important and controversial questions about the mind, society, current events, moral philosophy, religion, and rationality—with an overarching focus on how a growing understanding of ourselves and the world is changing our sense of how we should live. Sam is also the creator of the Waking Up app. Combining Sam’s decades of mindfulness practice, profound wisdom from varied philosophica ...
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Welcome to the RealLife English podcast! For over 10 years, RealLife English has helped millions of learners just like you from virtually every country to go beyond the classroom and live, speak and master English in the Real World. We’ve been able to do this through our unique method: The RealLife Way, which consists of three simple, but powerful components: Mindset: How to think like a successful English speaker Method: How to live, speak and master English in the Real World Mastery: How t ...
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The Arqcast lives at the intersection of technology and possibility. From design thinking and industry insights, to emerging technology and innovation, we bring you the latest topics in tech from an insiders’ perspective. Brought to you by Arq Group, unleashing the possibilities between business and people. Disclaimer: the views, information, or opinions expressed during The Arqcast series are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Arq Group and it ...
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Axios podcast host Niala Boodhoo digs deep with leaders you know — or need to know — in business, politics and culture. Every week, all in under 20 minutes. About Axios: Axios is a digital media company launched in 2017. Axios helps you become smarter, faster with news and information across politics, tech, business, media, science and the world. Subscribe to our newsletters at axios.com/newsletters and download our mobile app at axios.com/app. About Niala Boodhoo: Niala Boodhoo is the host ...
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In today's digital landscape, mobile apps have become a crucial element of a successful business strategy. When it comes to iOS app development, selecting the right company is paramount to transforming your business app idea into a reality. iTechnolabs is an exceptional iOS app development company that offers a wide range of services tailored to meet your specific requirements. In this article, we will delve into the significance of choosing the perfect iOS app development company for your b ...
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Chapter 1 What's The Blank Slate Book The Blank Slate: The Modern Denial of Human Nature is a book written by Steven Pinker. It was published in 2002 and explores the concept of the blank slate, which refers to the belief that human minds are born blank and are shaped solely by experience and culture. Pinker argues against this blank slate view and…
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iTechnolabs is the best Flutter app development company in California, with immense experience and expertise in using the complete Flutter tech stack. Hire our Flutter app developers, who will assist you in building top-notch mobile app solutions that fulfill today's market and user needs. Our mission is to help businesses stand out and achieve the…
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Do you want to know how to scale up with paid campaigns on a small budget? Join us in this enlightening conversation with Yuliya Lennox, ex-CMO of BetterMe, who has scaled multiple apps to $1M a month. In this session, we'll delve into strategies empowering businesses with modest budgets to scale up their Facebook ads. In this video: -Techniques fo…
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Professor Brad Ashburn joins Dru and Suz to talk about the trials and tribulations in his journey from writing an iOS app to getting it published in the Apple App Store. [Subscribe in iTunes] [Listen in Spotify] [Watch on YouTube] [RSS Feed] Special thanks to this episode’s sponsor, Porkbun.com. Porkbun is offering .app, .dev, or .foo domain names …
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In today's fast-paced digital era, businesses and organisations are constantly seeking efficient ways to gather valuable data and insights. Traditional methods of data collection, such as paper surveys and manual data entry, are not only time-consuming but also prone to errors. This is where the power of mobile survey apps comes into play, offering…
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We're taking another dive, this time into the REALLY unexpected and DARK world of Sleeping Beauty. There's a LOT we didn't know about Sleeping Beauty folks! Just a note of caution: This one has some really dark themes. Find us: FB: www.facebook.com/APPSParanormal FB Group: APPS Alchemists Website: www.appsparanormal.org Twitter: @AppsParanormal IG:…
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Chapter 1 What's Ghosts of the Tsunami Book "Ghosts of the Tsunami" is a non-fiction book written by Richard Lloyd Parry. The book explores the devastating Tohoku earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan on March 11, 2011, and its aftermath. Parry, a journalist who was based in Tokyo at the time, provides a detailed account of the tragedy, focusing…
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Friday on the NewsHour, on the second anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, we speak to a top State Department official and a Ukrainian soldier about the state of the war. The boyfriend of a dual Russian-American citizen speaks out after she was arrested in Russia. Plus, with Nikki Haley struggling to close the gap with Donald Trump, a look …
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The New York Times’s film critic Alissa Wilkinson has a theory about movies: They’re all about relationships. No matter how big the action, the suspense and tension we experience when watching a film is often really about the feelings between the characters. But romantic relationships often fall back on old tropes, like the long-suffering wife of a…
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Tricia Romano’s new book, “The Freaks Came Out to Write,” is an oral history of New York’s late, great alternative weekly newspaper The Village Voice, where she worked for eight years as the nightlife columnist. Our critic Dwight Garner reviewed the book recently — he loved it — and he visits the podcast this week to chat with Gilbert Cruz about or…
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Last week, when a civil court judge in New York ruled against Donald J. Trump, he imposed a set of penalties so severe that they could temporarily sever the former president from his real-estate empire and wipe out all of his cash. Jonah Bromwich, who covers criminal justice in New York, and Maggie Haberman, a senior political correspondent for The…
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We received thousands of questions in response to last week’s audio essay arguing that Democrats should consider choosing a candidate at August’s D.N.C. convention. Among them: Is there any chance Joe Biden would actually step down? Would an open convention be undemocratic? Is there another candidate who can bridge the progressive and moderate divi…
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Why does the economy look so good to economists but feel so bad to voters? The Nobel laureate economist Paul Krugman joins the hosts to discuss why inflation, interest rates and wages aren’t in line with voters’ perception of the economy. Then, they debate with Paul how big of an influence the economy will be on the 2024 presidential election, and …
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This week’s episode is a conversation with Demis Hassabis, the head of Google’s artificial intelligence division. We talk about Google’s latest A.I. models, Gemini and Gemma; the existential risks of artificial intelligence; his timelines for artificial general intelligence; and what he thinks the world will look like post-A.G.I. Additional listeni…
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The Netflix docuseries “Lover, Stalker, Killer” digs into the head-scratching story of Liz Golyar, who, for three years, fooled her ex-fling Dave into thinking that his current partner, Cari Farver, was a deranged and deadly stalker. But in reality, Liz had killed Cari. It was Liz who assumed her identity and terrorized Dave – and herself – just to…
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Chapter 1:Summary of Survival Of The Sickest book Survival of the Sickest by Sharon Moalem and Jonathan Prince explores the concept of beneficial diseases and their role in human evolution. The book argues that certain diseases, which may seem harmful, have actually played a crucial role in the survival and adaptation of the human species. The auth…
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Chapter 1:Summary of The Chrysanthemum And The Sword book The Chrysanthemum and the Sword is a book written by anthropologist Ruth Benedict and published in 1946. The book provides an in-depth analysis of Japanese culture and society, focusing primarily on the underlying values, behaviors, and patterns of thought that shape the Japanese people. Ben…
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Thursday on the NewsHour, continued Israeli airstrikes flatten parts of Rafah as negotiators make progress for a cease-fire in Gaza. The fight over spending on Capitol Hill intensifies, pushing the country ever closer to a government shutdown. Plus, the state of the war in Ukraine nearly two years into Russia's invasion. PBS NewsHour is supported b…
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Discover the future of dining with iTechnolabs, the next-gen Restaurant app development company in California. Our cutting-edge solutions reimagine the dining experience, combining innovation and functionality. Partner with us to elevate your Restaurant's digital presence and stay ahead in the dynamic Californian market. visit: https://itechnolabs.…
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Last week, the Russian authorities announced that Aleksei A. Navalny, Russia’s most prominent opposition leader and an unflinching critic of President Vladimir V. Putin, had died in a remote Arctic prison at the age of 47. Yevgenia Albats, his friend, discusses how Mr. Navalny became a political force and what it means for his country that he is go…
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Last year was one of the worst in recent memory for layoffs across media. Job losses in digital, broadcast and print news increased almost 71 percent from 2022, according to a recent report. Victor Pickard, professor of media policy and political economy at the University of Pennsylvania, says the current situation amounts to a "systemic market fai…
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For the past few months, we’ve been asking our listeners to write in with questions, and we’ve gotten some great ones. Things like: How does polling work? Does Joe Biden’s stance on Gaza present a campaign challenge? And who might Donald Trump select as his running mate? But as we were sorting through them, an underlying theme started to emerge: Pe…
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Our stories typically have really big plot twists at the end, and today’s story is no different. However, the plot twist today is so unexpected, so abrupt, so horrifying… that it will keep you guessing until the end. Story name, preview & link to original YouTube video: #1 -- "The Curse" -- The plot twist in this story is so horrifying and unexpect…
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Chapter 1:Summary of Punished By Rewards book "Punished By Rewards" by Alfie Kohn is a book that challenges the widely accepted idea that rewards and punishments are effective means of motivation. Kohn argues that while these methods may yield short-term compliance, they ultimately lead to the erosion of intrinsic motivation and the development of …
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Today Duo’s Film Club is featuring an animated film for the whole family. It’s Coco, a vibrant tale about traditions like el Día de los Muertos, mariachi music, and the importance of family. Join our host Martina Castro and guest Mauricio García as we explore this Oscar-winning treasure of Mexican culture. A transcript of this episode is available …
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Chapter 1:what is The Theory Of The Leisure Class book about The Theory of the Leisure Class is a book written by Thorstein Veblen and published in 1899. It is a sociological and economic analysis of the modern industrial society and the emergence of a leisure class. The main argument of the book revolves around the concept of "conspicuous consumpt…
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Wednesday on the NewsHour, the Supreme Court considers the Biden administration's plan to reduce pollution drifting between states. A key informant in the investigation of Hunter Biden is accused of lying and having ties to Russia. Plus, the future of the U.N. humanitarian aid agency in Gaza hangs in the balance after allegations some employees hel…
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For the last episode of this series, Rob welcomes fellow comedian Paul Foot onto the pod. Rob finds out about Paul’s surprising love of spiders and what made him decide to get into stand up. Paul also reveals the moment where his anxiety and depression disappeared and why this is the inspiration behind his latest tour, Dissolve. See Privacy Policy …
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Sam Harris speaks with Peter Zeihan about the unraveling world order. They discuss the Bretton Woods system, America’s role in securing the global supply chain, the coming end of American security guarantees, the shrinking of the US Navy, Houthi terrorism, deterring Iran, conflict in the Middle East, the future of Israel, the limits of immigration,…
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Over the past few weeks, a growing sense of alarm across Europe over the future of the continent’s security has turned into outright panic. As Russia advances on the battlefield in Ukraine, the U.S. Congress has refused to pass billions of dollars in new funding for Ukraine’s war effort and Donald Trump has warned European leaders that if they do n…
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The New York Times political reporter Astead Herndon went speed dating in a swing state to ask daters fun questions like: How early do you tell a prospective date whether you lean red or blue? When do you talk about your stances on issues like abortion or gender equality? It’s hard enough to find someone you click with. Then add election-year tensi…
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Last week on the show, I argued that the Democrats should pick their nominee at the Democratic National Convention in August. It’s an idea that sounds novel but is really old-fashioned. This is how most presidential nominees have been picked in American history. All the machinery to do it is still there; we just stopped using it. But Democrats may …
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On the morning of April 16th, 1848, dozens of Washington, D.C. slaveowners woke up to find that their slaves were gone. The previous night, 77 enslaved men, women, and children had quietly run away and boarded a ship docked in the Potomac River. It was the largest single escape attempt by enslaved people in American history. And it sparked riots in…
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Chapter 1:what is The Effective Executive book about "The Effective Executive" by Peter F. Drucker is a management book that provides insights and practical guidance on how to become a more effective and efficient executive. Drucker argues that effectiveness is the key to achieving success in management, rather than mere efficiency. He emphasizes t…
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Chapter 1:Summary of Thinking Strategically book Thinking Strategically by Avinash K. Dixit and Barry J. Nalebuff is a book that presents a guide for individuals on how to approach decision-making strategically in various aspects of life. The authors introduce the concept of game theory and its applications to different scenarios, emphasizing the i…
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Tuesday on the NewsHour, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange makes a last-ditch attempt to avoid extradition to the U.S. on spying charges. Then, Taiwan's top diplomat in Washington discusses the island's relations with the U.S. as both confront China. Plus, we look at the presidential race as President Biden breaks a fundraising record and Nikki Hale…
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On a spring morning in 1986 one of the most catastrophic events in global history occurs - Chernobyl. It brings chaos to the environment, chaos to Europe and chaos to Mikhail Gorbachev's premiership. Will he survive this? See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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Podcast viewers will be familiar with Portswigger's annual list of Web Hacking Techniques. Ken and Seth take some time to digest the list and recommend reviewing not only the top 10, but also the nominations. A discussion on the use of LLM Agents as a dynamic scanning engine for identifying vulnerabilities. If you aren't already using an LLM to hel…
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iTechnolabs is a trusted Restaurant app development company in San Francisco. Our expert team provides top-notch solutions tailored to your business needs, enhancing customer experiences and boosting restaurant efficiency. Partner with us for innovative app development in the heart of California's vibrant dining scene. For more information, visit o…
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This episode contains strong language and descriptions of war. After months of telling residents in the Gaza Strip to move south for safety, Israel now says it plans to invade Rafah, the territory’s southernmost city. More than a million people are effectively trapped there without any clear idea of where to go. Two Gazans describe what it is like …
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