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Best Beg To Differ podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
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Updated July 2020
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There are those that believe to practise Tai Chi without tradition or without confirmed lineage, is simply a waste of time - or shadow boxing. It is an art that lacks substance like Bean Curd lacks solidity. But Bean Curd Boxers beg to differ. We claim that Bean Curd is the ultimate yielding substance, it maintains its shape and form, and is sold at a fair price. Additionally, it can be superbly crisp when deep fried and absorbs insults like it absorbs flavours. Bean Curd is a fine symbol of ...
 
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, Shields and Brooks, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. ...
 
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Amid a surge in COVID-19 infections in South Carolina, PBS NewsHour Weekend visits a mobile testing site in Orangeburg County. Organized by the statewide chapter of the African Methodist Espicopal - or AME - churches, it was one of dozens of pop-up testing sites around the state this week to help increase coronavirus testing. Hari Sreenivasan repor…
 
White supremacist violence in the U.S. is on the rise with deadly incidents increasing sharply over the last five years, according to new figures from the University of Maryland's Start center. It's part of a global trend that has led to increased scrutiny of what the United States defines as terrorism. Special Correspondent Simon Ostrovsky reports…
 
In the 60 years since "To Kill a Mockingbird," one of the most widely read books in middle school, was published, the lens through which it frames race and its Black characters has come under scrutiny. NewsHour Weekend anchor Hari Sreenivasan spoke with the National Book Foundation's executive director, Lisa Lucas, about the book's place in the can…
 
The U.S. has set another record for daily new coronavirus infections -- as it has on six out of the past 10 days. Texas logged 10,000 new cases Thursday, and hospitals in Florida are overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients. With no signs of improvement in infection rates, more states are again implementing restrictions such as mask requirements and busi…
 
In our news wrap Friday, Tropical Storm Fay is racing up the Eastern Seaboard. It made landfall earlier near Atlantic City, New Jersey, with winds of 60 miles per hour, touching off flash floods and forcing beaches to close. Also, a court in Turkey is allowing officials to convert the world heritage site Hagia Sophia in Istanbul back to a mosque. I…
 
On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court reaffirmed Native American rights to millions of acres of land in eastern Oklahoma. The 5-4 opinion granted jurisdictional control to the Muscogee Nation and extends to four neighboring tribal nations, which together make up more than half the state. Allison Herrera, a reporter for KOSU public radio, joins Judy W…
 
Lebanon recorded its highest one-day tally of new coronavirus cases Friday, after easing extended lockdowns. The country, already in economic freefall and suffering under a paralyzed, corrupt and bankrupt government, cannot afford another crisis. But now, hunger and despair are spreading alongside the deadly virus. Special correspondent Jane Fergus…
 
Many states are seeing surging coronavirus cases, but Texas is breaking records. As single-day deaths rise to unprecedented levels, Gov. Greg Abbott warns the worst is yet to come. Amna Nawaz talks to Belinda Metts, nurse manager of a COVID-19 intensive care unit at Houston Methodist Hospital, about the spike in cases and the one thing she wishes T…
 
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart join Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest political news, including how the surging coronavirus is affecting President Trump's public support, the significance of the Supreme Court's recent rulings and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's economi…
 
Over the past few weeks, there has been extensive debate across the U.S. about statues depicting the Confederacy and other troubled aspects of American history. In the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, D.C., the Emancipation Memorial - also known as the Freedman's Memorial -- is one such symbol. Jeffrey Brown talks to four Black Americans to…
 
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled the Manhattan district attorney can obtain President Trump's tax returns. The justices sent a question on House subpoenas for presidential financial records back to a lower court but rejected arguments that the president is immune from investigation. John Yang reports, and Judy Woodruff talks to former Justice Depar…
 
The rising number of coronavirus infections in the U.S. proves the pandemic is far from abating. New cases are setting single-day records in several states and declining in only two. While the nation's top medical officials say states should pause reopening in order to control virus spread, the Trump administration insists schools should resume as …
 
In our news wrap Thursday, former Manhattan federal prosecutor Geoffrey Berman told the House Judiciary Committee that Attorney General William Barr tried to convince him to step down by offering him a different job. Committee Chair Jerry Nadler called the attempt a "quid pro quo." Also, former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen returned to federal prison …
 
New rules for foreign college students have stunned American academic institutions. The Department of Homeland Security announced Monday that all of the roughly 1 million international students currently enrolled in the U.S. must attend at least one in-person class this fall or be denied visas. We hear student reaction, and Jeffrey Brown talks to R…
 
President Trump's new North American trade deal, the United States-Mexico-Canada-Agreement, known as USMCA, was applauded at the White House Wednesday, with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador visiting. But along with the celebration come questions about what the pact means for the U.S. economy. Peter Navarro, Trump's trade adviser, joins…
 
Of the nation's roughly 130,000 coronavirus deaths, more than 40,000 have occurred in nursing homes. But one facility in Maryland has had zero COVID-19 cases so far -- despite serving one of the most at-risk populations. Rev. Derrick DeWitt, director of the Maryland Baptist Aged Home, joins Amna Nawaz to discuss his facility's proactive approach, s…
 
PBS NewsHour Presents China: Power and Prosperity explores the future of the communist country's relationship with the U.S., which will help determine the new international order, the dominant technology supporting the world's communications infrastructure, and the global economy. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/fu…
 
Our guest this week is Dr. Mark Cucuzella – a man with more talents and accolades than we can easily fit into an opening sentence. Here’s everything you need to know: Dr. Cucuzella is a professor at WVU School of Medicine He’s also a practicing physician and is responsible for the removal of sugar from WVU hospitals He’s a competitive runner with o…
 
Coronavirus cases in Florida, Arizona and South Carolina are increasing faster than in any other country in the world, reigniting the debate over American exceptionalism. Nick Schifrin talks to former Mexican foreign minister Jorge Castaneda, former Hungarian ambassador to the U.S. Réka Szemerkényi and Maina Kiai, a human rights and anti-corruption…
 
Since the earliest days of the coronavirus pandemic, public health experts have emphasized that having an efficient system for wide-scale testing was key to bringing the COVID-19 outbreak under control. But in reality, virus testing in the United States has consistently missed the mark. William Brangham talks to Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo, an epidemiologis…
 
The Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld Trump administration rules that limit birth control coverage under Obamacare -- the third time justices have considered whether some employers could opt out of that coverage based on their beliefs. As the court wraps up its final week of the current session, Marcia Coyle of The National Law Journal joins John Y…
 
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