Two Black Guys with Good Credit is a show about two black guys from Canada living in the US for over 20 years - Arlington in Los Angeles and Shaun in Brooklyn. Both are business owners with successful track records and, of course, good credit! Each week they will bring you their ‘straight talk’ and at times humorous perspective on making, managing, and protecting your money. Two Black Guys with Good Credit will educate, entertain, and inspire you to achieve YOUR financial goals. Support this ...
It is hard to have a successful career as a minority in a corporate environment or in entrepreneurship! Listen Every other Wednesday, join G-Money, a two-time graduate of the school of hard knocks and a successful executive coach and entrepreneur and his Co-Host Booker T. a successful Corp. Executive and Entrepreneur, as they cover and give insight in how to overcome the challenges facing minorities in the corporate world and in entrepreneurship. We will also cover current social topics that ...
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A new coronavirus variant — known as delta plus — has cropped up in the U.K. There's concern it could be more dangerous than the highly contagious delta variant. What does the science actually show?By Michaeleen Doucleff
Actor Alec Baldwin says he is "full cooperating" with the investigation into how he discharged a prop gun on a New Mexico movie set Thursday, killing a crew member and injuring the film's director.By Mandalit del Barco
NPR's Sarah McCammon talks with Dana Graber Ladek of the International Organization for Migration in Mexico and Yael Schacher of Refugees International on the future of the "Remain in Mexico" policy.By Sarah McCammon
The Border Patrol recorded nearly 1.7 million apprehensions in the past year, eclipsing the record set in 2000. Still, the number of migrants crossing illegally is likely far below the all-time high.By Joel Rose
Traditionally, brands rarely mention their competitors, and if they do it's likely to attack them. But one study shows how brands praising their competitors might actually help boost their sales.By Sally Herships
How do people become spies -- and why do some people end spying against their will? In the second part of this two-part series, Ben and Matt dive into the present state of spying, along with the troubling trends looming on the horizon. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
NPR's Sarah McCammon talks with Kristin Henning of Georgetown University on why Black children are more likely to be handled forcibly by police.By Sarah McCammon
As we enter the fall season, it doesn't hurt to spruce up and start afresh with a new playlist. Here are recommendations for three songs to play while dance-cleaning the bathroom.By Cyrena Touros
Karen Watkins ran for her local school board because she wanted to be involved in her children's education. Since her election in 2020, she's been yelled at, threatened and followed to her car.By Anya Kamenetz
An advisory panel to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has backed the rollout of boosters for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.By Pien Huang
India is celebrating its 1 billionth COVID-19 vaccination. But only a third of its population is fully-inoculated, and export orders are backed up.By Lauren Frayer
A caller asks for more information about the infamous Phoebus cartel. Road Dog asks about what people are supposed to do with all that urine collected from potty-trained cows. Mario, Schneider and Kevin write in with their own strange, disturbing stories. All this and more in this week's Listener Mail. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://ww…
The Food and Drug Administration has authorized booster shots for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines. It's also allowing "mixing and matching" of vaccines as boosters.By Pien Huang
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Joseph Margulies, a criminal law expert, about how citizen's arrest laws factor into the trial of three white men charged in the murder of Ahmaud Arbery.By Ari Shapiro
A Navy report on the arson fire that destroyed the USS Bonhomme Richard concludes that there were sweeping failures by commanders, crew members and others that helped fuel the blaze.By Deirdre Walsh
NPR's Sarah McCammon speaks with Latino USA host Maria Hinojosa and producer Reynaldo Leaños Jr. about their reporting on the aftermath of the largest single-state immigration raid in U.S. history.By Miguel Macias
Two key Biden administration ambassador nominees, Rahm Emanuel and Nicholas Burns, face the Senate to answer questions about U.S. policy in Asia.By Michele Kelemen
Nikolas Cruz admitted to being the gunman in the shooting rampage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and pleaded guilty to killing 17 people and wounding 17 others in 2018.By Greg Allen
Most people know the life of a real-life spy bears little resemblance to the stories of fictional agents like James Bond -- but what exactly is spying? In the first part of this two-part series, the guys explore the world of tradecraft from the ancient past to the modern day. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
Why the WHO has tasked a South African startup with trying to replicate Moderna's mRNA COVID vaccine recipe.By Nurith Aizenman
North Carolina is a swing state with a Senate seat coming open. On the Republican side, former President Donald Trump made an early endorsement, seeming to set the positioning for the GOP hopefuls.By Don Gonyea
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Zoe Schiffer, senior reporter at The Verge, about the latest developments surrounding Netflix and company accountability.By Ari Shapiro
The mayor of Seville, Spain, has announced a new program — the world's first — to give official names to severe heat waves. The hope is that such a system will make people take them more seriously.By Connor Donevan
NPR's Sarah McCammon talks with Dr. Hyung Chun, professor of cardiology at Yale and senior author of a study in COVID breakthrough cases, on vaccine misinformation following the death of Colin Powell.By Sarah McCammon
NPR's Sarah McCammon talks with Brian Vines, a reporter for Consumer Reports, about the current popularity in dollar stores and why it has some communities worried.By Sarah McCammon
In Maine, EMTs and paramedics are part of the COVID vaccine mandate for health care workers. The deadline is looming, and some ambulance crews say coworkers have quit rather than get vaccinated.By Patty Wight
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Washington State Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal about negotiations with President Biden over the infrastructure bill and reconciliation package.By Ari Shapiro