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There’s more news and less comprehension today than any historical period that didn’t involve literal witch trials, and trying to stay on top of it all can feel like playing a game of telephone with 30 people, except everyone’s speaking at the same time and like a third of them are openly racist for some reason. From Cracked co-founder Jack O’Brien, THE DAILY ZEITGEIST is stepping into that fray with some of the funniest and smartest comedic and journalistic minds around. Jack and co-host Mi ...
 
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Point of Inquiry
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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 in-depth discussions with leading scientists, researchers, and writers.
 
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Newsbeat
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Newsbeat reads out fresh news articles for you, hand-picked from the web everyday. Download our App at http://www.newsbeat.me
 
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The Fitness Devil
Weekly
 
Two Edmonton based personal trainers and coaches set out to create a vehicle to share better fitness and nutrition information. Did we mention podcasts are free? Seriously, free awesome info from our guests who are experienced experts in our field. Most fitness industry podcasts are geared towards other trainers. We set out to make something for the everyday person who is trying to improve their quality of life while sifting through the dark parts that the fitness industry pumps out. Join us ...
 
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Guys Who Law
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Guys Who Law features two millennial attorneys, Andrew Eisbrouch & Jesse Weber, who discuss the legal side of the hottest current issues in news, politics, media, and entertainment You’re living, working, dating, traveling and constantly bombarded in the news with all kinds of information, but how does this really affect you? Should you care? Andrew and Jesse break down what you need to know. Presented by Law & Crime Network, Producer – Amba Jagnarine.
 
Working Woman Entrepreneur is a weekly podcast for Moms who want to be inspired and empowered by successful women in order to gain and maintain the freedom to live their lives the way they want to. If you want to learn how other women have successful businesses while raising their families and making a difference in the world then this is the podcast for you. Ladies We Can Have It All!
 
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The New York TimesThe man in charge of Saudi Arabia’s ruthless campaign to stifle dissent went searching for ways to spy on people he saw as threats to the kingdom. He knew where to go: a secretive Israeli company offering technology developed by former intelligence operatives.It was late 2017 and Saud al-Qahtani — then a top adviser to Saudi A ...…
 
The New York TimesTECHNOLOGY MEANT TO SAVE US FROM DISTRACTION IS MAKING US LESS ATTENTIVE.I was backing my wife’s car out of our driveway when I realized I wasn’t watching the backup camera, nor was I looking out of the rear window. I was only listening for those “audible proximity alerts” — the high-pitched beeps that my car emits as I approa ...…
 
The New York TimesBill Langlois has a new best friend. She is a cat named Sox. She lives on a tablet, and she makes him so happy that when he talks about her arrival in his life, he begins to cry.All day long, Sox and Langlois, who is 68 and lives in a low-income senior housing complex in Lowell, Massachusetts, chat. Langlois worked in machine ...…
 
The New York TimesIrene O’Brien and Mel Maclaine had the time of their lives on their honeymoon.But during their 2016 trip, the Dublin-based couple didn’t share the same bed, they didn’t eat a meal together nor did they officially consummate their marriage during their honeymoon. That’s because Ms. O’Brien, 37, a stylist and writer, and Mr. Mac ...…
 
The Islamic State is gone, even if only in strict geographic terms. Once estimated to span territory up to about the size of Maine, the group’s self-declared caliphate in Iraq and Syria has disappeared entirely in less than five years. As of early February, the group held just about a square mile on the Syrian border, and though the final assau ...…
 
The allegations at the center of Robert Mueller’s just-completed investigation, electoral collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government and obstruction of justice, were rightly considered the biggest presidential scandal in a generation, and perhaps in all of U.S. history.They were also, for the purposes of congressional overs ...…
 
Dear Listeners,After reading great news articles from the web and print everyday for more than five years, it's time for us to say good bye. Newsbeat will provide its last service on March 31. On behalf of Newsbeat, we would like to thank all the subscribers, sponsors, publishers and all the listeners for being with us in this long journey.As C ...…
 
In episode 267, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian and Throwing Shade co-host Bryan Safi to discuss all the new Apple products, Stacey Abrams comments on being Joe Biden's running mate, Michael Avenatti being charged with extortion, the Mueller report as interpreted by William Barr, Scary Space spilling the tea, Jordan Peele's Us killing it ...…
 
In this SPECIAL bonus episode, Jack and Miles are joined by super producers Anna Hossnieh and Nick Stumpf to break down what they know and understand about the Barr summary of Mueller's report. FOOTNOTES: 1. (THREAD) The Barr Summary—a very different document from the Mueller Report—is being woefully misread by media. It doesn't import what med ...…
 
ReutersSpecial Counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence of collusion between U.S. President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia in the 2016 election, but left unresolved the issue of whether Trump obstructed justice by undermining the investigations that have dogged his presidency.Even though Mueller’s findings on obstruction of justice were inc ...…
 
ReutersWhen members of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team investigating Russia’s role in the 2016 U.S. election have arrived for work each day, they have placed their mobile phones in a locker outside of their office suite before entering.Operating in secrecy in a nondescript glass-and-concrete office, the team of prosecutors and investigato ...…
 
The Associated PressPresident Donald Trump intensified his attacks on special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation in the hours before the report was submitted Friday.The president, speaking to reporters on the White House lawn before leaving for meetings at his Florida estate, again repeated his claim that “There was no collusion. The ...…
 
New YorkerPerhaps more than anything, many Americans must want a conclusion to the deep existential uncertainty surrounding the Presidency of Donald Trump. Will Trump be brought down by the investigation of the special counsel, Robert Mueller, or by the multiple interlocking inquiries into criminal conduct by the Trump Organization? Or will he ...…
 
More than 675 days, 19 lawyers, 40 FBI agents, 2,800 subpoenas, and 500 search warrants later, Attorney General William Barr has announced the core finding of Robert Mueller’s Russia probe: no collusion. The verdict was quickly celebrated by a White House legal team whose strategy was to treat the investigation more as a public-relations battle ...…
 
QuartzThe last time Atul Gawande started a company, he named it after a Greek myth.Ariadne Labs, based in Boston, Massachusetts—where Gawande also works as a surgeon at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and teaches at Harvard—has been trying since 2012 to innovate in an area that has historically resisted innovation: healthcare delivery. You may not ...…
 
QuartzThe pursuit of monopoly has led Silicon Valley astray.Look no further than the race between Lyft and Uber to dominate the online ride-hailing market. Both companies are gearing up for their IPOs in the next few months. Street talk has Lyft shooting for a valuation between $15 and $30 billion dollars, and Uber valued at an astonishing $120 ...…
 
The New yorkerust as it is impossible for me to articulate with any certainty the moment I entered adulthood or began to believe that human life on Earth would not last past the twenty-second century, I cannot tell you when I first became aware of Shen Yun. The most pervasive forms of local advertising often feel like this—like nursery rhymes o ...…
 
In episode 266, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian and Nerdificent co-host Ify Nwadiwe to discuss Papa John being replaced by Shaq, Schraderbräu beer from Breaking Bad coming to life, the Mueller Report being submitted, the House Democrats trying to push out any progress in the party, Democrats wanting Joe Biden, Fox News losing ad revenue d ...…
 
QuartzThere are two truths that Apple fans must grapple with this week.The first is that Steve Jobs unabashedly hated styluses. When introducing the first iPhone in 2007, the Apple founder said, “Who wants a stylus? You have to get ’em, put ’em away, you lose ’em. Yuck! Nobody wants a stylus. So let’s not use a stylus.”The second truth: Every m ...…
 
BloombergFrance is sounding an alarm for the world’s advanced economies: capitalism is tearing them apart.President Emmanuel Macron and his Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire are using France’s presidency of the Group of Seven to argue that the system fuels inequality, destroys the planet and is ineffective at delivering goals in the public intere ...…
 
The weekly round up of the best moments from DZ's Season 74 (3/18/19-3/22/19.) Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
 
The health-care proposal likely to loom largest over the 2020 presidential election was released last week—and it didn’t come from a Democrat.In the 2020 federal budget that President Donald Trump unveiled, he renewed his commitment to repealing the Affordable Care Act and replacing it with a block-grant system that would likely strip coverage ...…
 
Midway through the first episode of The Act, a group of neighbors are chatting on a front porch when Casey Anthony’s name comes up. The scene is set in 2008, smack in the middle of the Nancy Grace–fueled wave of “tot mom” national hysteria that peaked when Anthony was arrested (and then acquitted) for killing her daughter. “Do you believe that ...…
 
The AtlanticAt 8:07 a.m. on January 13, 2018, every smartphone screen in Hawaii lit up with a single message, in all caps: “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.” In fact, it was a false alarm triggered by a Hawaii Emergency Management Agency worker who mistook instructions he had received duri ...…
 
The ConversationThe recent massacre of 50 Muslim worshippers at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand is the latest confirmation that white supremacy is a danger to democratic societies across the globe.Despite President Donald Trump’s suggestion that white nationalist terrorism is not a major problem, recent data from the United Nations, Un ...…
 
The New York Times“Everything the light touches is our kingdom.”It’s a line from Disney’s “The Lion King,” spoken by Mufasa to young Simba as they sit atop Pride Rock. And on Wednesday morning, just after midnight on the East Coast, it seemed to describe the Walt Disney Company itself, as the conglomerate closed its $71.3 billion acquisition of ...…
 
BloombergAs the Lion Air crew fought to control their diving Boeing Co. 737 Max 8, they got help from an unexpected source: an off-duty pilot who happened to be riding in the cockpit.That extra pilot, who was seated in the cockpit jumpseat, correctly diagnosed the problem and told the crew how to disable a malfunctioning flight-control system a ...…
 
NPR"Khosh amadee!" Omaid Sharifi, co-founder of ArtLords, an art collective, says as he invites us into his house in a manner that reflects true Afghan hospitality—with grace, a smile and open arms.The phrase is in the local language of Dari. Used to mean "welcome," it literally translates to "come with happiness" – which is a bit ironic becaus ...…
 
The AtlanticIn 1886, clark bell, the editor of the journal of the Medico-Legal Society of New York, relayed to a physician named Pliny Earle a query bound to be of interest to his journal’s readers: Exactly what mental illnesses can be said to exist? In his 50-year career as a psychiatrist, Earle had developed curricula to teach medical student ...…
 
The VergeApple’s focus is shifting. In recent years, iPhone sales have begun to plateau, and now Apple’s services business — which encompasses everything from the App Store to licensing deals — is being positioned as its next big frontier for revenue growth. More than ever, Apple wants to sell people constant, ongoing subscriptions for things t ...…
 
In episode 265, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian and Yelling About Pâté podcast co-host Karl Hess to discuss Bill and Ted 3, Florida proposing restrictions on Felon Voting Rights Restoration bill, Joe Biden planning to run with Stacey Abrams, Mike Huckabee thinking AOC is a robot, Jared Kushner being an out of touch idiot, the new Deadwood ...…
 
Washington PostSurprise: Apple quietly introduced new AirPods, iPads and iMacs this week, just days ahead of a splashy launch event at its headquarters on March 25.Translation: You can probably hold onto your wallet.Apple sometimes puts out smaller updates without a big to-do, but usually not for three days in a row before a big scheduled event ...…
 
MorningstarNarratives have been used to lure investors for centuries. Simple, compelling stories tap into our emotions, hijack our ability to think rationally, and persuade us to pursue investments that are unlikely to perform well. Persuasive narratives are prevalent with thematic exchange-traded funds. These funds attempt to capitalize on the ...…
 
WAMUThe solar panels would be spread across 10 square miles, 1.8 million of them, soaking up the sun’s rays, transforming them into electricity and pumping that power into nearby transmission lines. It would be the largest solar farm east of the Rocky Mountains — and the fifth largest in the nation.Depending on who you ask, it’s either a danger ...…
 
The Next WebThere’s an obvious gender imbalance in technology and voice assistants. Whether it’s Siri, Cortana, Alexa, or another female voice telling you when to turn right on Google Maps, it’s most commonly an AI ‘woman’ who takes our commands. With so much female servitude in our smart devices, along with the rapid deployment of AI, it shoul ...…
 
QuartzSince 2013, Making Caring Common, an initiative from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, has tried to make the college admissions process saner. It has encouraged admissions officers to prioritize not the quantity of students’ achievements but rather the quality of their ethical and academic engagement to make the admissions process ...…
 
For most of Facebook’s existence, a prospective advertiser listing a job or a home or a loan could have kept the ad from reaching women or people over 55 or those with an “ethnic affinity” for African Americans.When ProPublica documented this in late 2016, housing rights advocates were shocked. After all, it was exactly this kind of exclusionar ...…
 
When viewers first met Sharon Morris and Rob Norris, the protagonists of Amazon Prime’s Catastrophe, the two had just embarked on a dizzying, if also unorthodox, romance. After a six-night stand with Sharon during a business trip to London, the Boston-based advertising executive learns a month later that “Sharon London Sex”—as the Irish woman i ...…
 
Harvard Business ReviewFive years ago I read Daniel Markovitz’s argument for migrating to-do lists into calendars. Since then, my productivity has at least doubled.That momentous (at least for me) article describes five problems with the to-do list. First, they overwhelm us with too many choices. Second, we are naturally drawn to simpler tasks ...…
 
I’m a journalist deep in my bones. Like a lot of people in newsrooms, I came to the profession young (at 15, in my case), and have spent more than 45 years at it now—as a reporter, as an editor, as the press critic at the Los Angeles Times, writing books about media, and even running two think tanks that studied the field. One of the books I co ...…
 
OM MALIKEarlier this morning, while drinking my morning tea and sifting through my morning reads (on Feedbin, if you want to know), I came across a brilliant piece of journalism from Jennings Brown, a writer for Gizmodo. He unmasked a fabulist and fake doctor who passed himself off as a scientist and an expert psychiatrist on sexual issues. It ...…
 
Washington PostBefore Beto O’Rourke became the darling of liberal online donors, his top financial backers hailed from a different set entirely — wealthy businessmen who have sought political influence by collectively donating millions of dollars to Republicans.Several of El Paso’s richest business moguls donated to and raised money for O’Rourk ...…
 
Mark Boslough is a Caltech-trained physicist and CSI Fellow who spent 34 years at Sandia National Laboratories doing research on hypervelocity impacts, energetic materials, explosions, and global risk from asteroid impacts and climate change. He has participated in many science documentaries with field expeditions to airburst locations includin ...…
 
In episode 264, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian and podcast host Teresa Lee to discuss Woodstock 50, the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood trailer, Trump continuing to attack John McCain, the new EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler's first interview, concertina wire being stolen from the border fence, how college admissions are a mess, AirPods g ...…
 
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BloombergThe U.S. college-admissions scandal — in which rich people paid bribes to get their kids accepted — strikes at the heart of cherished American ideals of fairness and meritocracy. But it also reflects a deeper problem: the blocked transition to a new, more diverse elite.Although the alleged bribery happened at some of the world’s most p ...…
 
Fast CompanyMeritocracy has become a leading social ideal. Politicians across the ideological spectrum continually return to the theme that the rewards of life–money, power, jobs, university admission–should be distributed according to skill and effort. The most common metaphor is the “even playing field” upon which players can rise to the posi ...…
 
The first product I ever bought directly from an internet ad was a pair Nike Vapormax sneakers, which cost $200 and were a rosy shade often referred to as “millennial pink.” The shoes appeared while I was tapping through my friends’ Instagram Stories, and it was a sales pitch so perfect for me, a millennial sneaker fanatic, that I felt concerne ...…
 
In the opening sequence of Us, Jordan Peele gives the audience what it might be expecting after months of hype for his follow-up to Get Out: a perfectly taut piece of virtuoso horror filmmaking. A little girl (played by Madison Curry) frolics with her family at a seaside fun fair, then wanders off as her dad plays a carnival game, eventually wi ...…
 
WiredLAST OCTOBER, GOOGLE gave away one of the biggest videogames of the year, Assassin's Creed: Odyssey. You didn't have to specify which game console you wanted to play it on, or even whether you preferred PC to console. Format didn't matter at all, because the game you were playing was stored on Google's massive cloud-server infrastructure. ...…
 
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