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W. Kamau Bell and Hari Kondabolu are comedians who take politics seriously — and longtime friends, trying to help keep each other sane. Join them as they pull the alarm on the dumpster fire that is American politics, and talk to the creators, thinkers, and leaders doing the work to defend and reinvent our democracy.
 
Joe Duffy talks to the Irish public about affairs of the day. Have you got a story to tell? If you’d like to talk to Joe on-air about an issue that concerns you then we want to hear from you. Email joe@rte.ie. Listen live Monday to Friday at 1.45-3pm on RTÉ Radio 1.
 
"The Tony Kornheiser Show" (now available exclusively on-demand) is a topical, daily talk show that starts with sports and quickly moves into politics, current events, entertainment and, really, whatever happens to be on Tony’s mind that day. The format of the show—regular sit-in guests with familiar interviews and segments—highlights not only the unique perspective of Tony Kornheiser but also the expertise of his network of friends. Join one of the most recognizable and outspoken commentato ...
 
democracy-ish is a countdown to the anxiety and rage producing 2020 election season from a Black and Progressive perspective. Consider Danielle Moodie and Touré as your tour guides, flight attendants and or therapists as we move through this dumpster fire of an election cycle—together!
 
Steven Hayward brings you the Power Line Blog's perspective on the week's big headlines. Follow Power Line on Twitter (https://twitter.com/powerlineus) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/powerlineblog). Send any suggestions, tips, and fan mail to powerlinefeedback@gmail.com.
 
MeidasTouch's hard-hitting political ads have been watched by millions and were instrumental in winning the presidency and taking back the Senate. Now, listen as the brothers behind MeidasTouch provide commentary and try to make sense of the chaotic news cycle. Because truth is golden. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/meidastouch/support
 
2020 isn't going to be fun for anybody, left, right, or center. What many call the Most Important Election of Our Lifetime is going to be exhausting, ugly, angry, and probably at least a little racist. Listen as Robert Evans, Katy Stoll, and Cody Johnston try to keep level heads covering the election while traveling the country, from the Iowa Caucus to gun shows and anti-vaccine conventions, finding out what Real America really wants and thinks during the, “Worst Year Ever.”
 
Get obsessed with us. Five days a week, Pop Culture Happy Hour serves you recommendations and commentary on the buzziest movies, TV, music, books, videogames and more. Join arts journalists Linda Holmes, Glen Weldon, Stephen Thompson, and Aisha Harris - plus a rotating cast of guest pop culture aficionados. The Happy Hour team leaves room at the table for exploring a range of reactions and opinions on every bit of the pop universe. From lowbrow to highbrow to the stuff in between, they take ...
 
A podcast taking you inside the United Nations and beyond the carefully written policy speeches to where the real work is being done: the unscripted debates on the most pressing issues of our time. Hosted by PassBlue reporters Kacie Candela and Stephanie Fillion. Available on iTunes, Spotify, and wherever you get your podcasts. PassBlue is an independent, women-led digital publication offering in-depth journalism on the US-UN relationship and its effects on women’s issues, human rights, peac ...
 
Host Kelly McEvers takes a story from the news and goes deep. Whether that means digging into the Trump administration's past, the stories behind police shootings caught on video, or visiting a town ravaged by the opioid epidemic, Embedded takes you where the news is happening.
 
Welcome to IT Visionaries, your #1 source for actionable insights, lessons learned, and exclusive interviews with trailblazing IT leaders. When you subscribe to IT Visionaries, you’ll get two weekly episodes. Each is packed with value, stories, and trends - all directly from leaders on the frontlines of technological innovation.
 
Each week, Alice Bradley and Jordan Calhoun of Lifehacker bring in all-star guests to tackle the stuff that matters—like how to be happy, how to buy a TV, how to be less bad with money and how to tell if you’re dating a psychopath. Look, you're doing great, but quite frankly we think you can be a little better. All your friends do too. It's time for The Upgrade.
 
Does Donald Trump make you want to drink and swear? A LOT? You’re in luck! Introducing America’s original Sexy Liberal and host of the nationally syndicated Stephanie Miller Show, now in podcast form! Yes, it’s Stephanie Miller’s Happy Hour Podcast, where you can hang out with Steph and her celebrity and comedian friends for a wild, raunchy, uncensored ride through politics and pop culture. Pour yourself a stiff one and get your podcast on HARD! Pants optional.
 
The Sky News Daily gives you the story beyond the headline. Putting people at the heart of our storytelling with added insight and analysis from our team of specialist correspondents and expert guests, we shine a light on a topic of the day with clarity and authority. Published every weekday.
 
Dan Harris is a fidgety, skeptical ABC News anchor who had a panic attack live on "Good Morning America," which led him to try something he always thought was ridiculous: meditation. He went on to write the bestselling book, "10% Happier." In this podcast, Dan explores happiness (whatever that means) from all angles. Guests include legendary meditation teachers -- from the Dalai Lama to Western masters -- as well as scientists, and even the odd celebrity. But the show also ventures beyond me ...
 
With so many sad or worrying news stories constantly circulating, it can be easy to think that life in the 21st century is a pretty miserable experience. To combat that, Tobias and Charlie share a selection of news stories to make you smile that prove the world is still a good place.
 
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Today, we're interviewing Marine veteran BJ Ganem, founder of Sierra Delta, a non-profit that pairs veterans with their "life buddies" or therapy dogs. In today's episode with BJ, we discuss his service in Afghanistan and Iraq, some of the realities of the VA healthcare system, and the story behind how he founded Sierra Delta to help thousands of v…
 
Since the early 1970s, Americans have seen disappointing levels of economic growth and technological progress. But the potential of artificial intelligence, gene editing, blockchain technology, clean energy, and many more innovations on the horizon provide great reason to be optimistic about the future of the US economy. I recently discussed this p…
 
Ayaan speaks with Dave Rubin about the future of liberalism. Can it be saved and if so, how? They discuss faith, religion, and the pseudo-religion of wokeism. Plus, they explore whether or not we still have a free press. Dave Rubin is an author, comedian, and TV personality best known for his political commentary. He is the host of The Rubin Report…
 
Tony opens the show by talking to Michael about turning 35, and he also talks about a rough night for Stephen Strasburg and the Nats. ESPN's Brain Windhorst calls in to talk about the NBA playoff picture and also about the idea of a play-in tournament, Richard Justice of Texas Monthly phones in give his thoughts on the early going in the baseball s…
 
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Philippe Auclair and Lars Sivertsen to discuss the Champions League quarter-final second-legs as Chelsea take on Porto and PSG face Bayern Munich. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypodBy The Guardian
 
A Democratic operative gained unprecedented access to the conference center in Green Bay, Wisconsin, where officials counted ballots on election night, investigative reporter Matt Kittle disclosed in recent stories. Kittle, who is also executive director of "conservative information hub" Empower Wisconsin, obtained emails that reveal questionable a…
 
In this week's Reagan Forum podcast we go back to our March 11, 2021 virtual event with Midshipman 1st Class Sydney Barber. In December 2020 Sydney Barber was appointed as the brigade commander for the United States Naval Academy - the first black female brigade commander at the academy. In an interview with The Capital Gazette about the appointmen…
 
On Episode 4 of our new weekly law and politics podcast, Legal AF, hosts MT founder and civil rights lawyer Ben Meiselas and national trial lawyer and commentator, Michael Popok, tackle the NRA’s bizarre efforts to secretly use the Bankruptcy Code to escape liability in New York and re-incorporate in Texas and discuss whether their business model a…
 
As National Cabinet prepares to meet twice weekly, with the COVID-19 vaccination its major priority, the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation want the States to takeover key parts of the rollout from the Federal Government.They've detailed a plan to the Federal Health Department designed to get aged care workers vaccinated much faster.…
 
As you may know, we are in the midst of a two-week series on hope – a concept we are trying to rescue from the realm of rote cliche and empty bromides. Our belief is that hope, when properly understood and practiced, is not baseless optimism or naivete, but a powerful skill. Today’s guest, Sebene Selassie, has earned her capacity to hope the hard w…
 
Sponsored by The Bradley Foundation The King of Stuff is flying solo to talk about Biden and Fauci's fumbling of the Covid messaging, the CDC "pausing" Johnson & Johnson's vax due to a less than one-in-a-million chance of blood clots, and the riots and looting following another Minnesota police shooting. Subscribe to the King of Stuff Spotify playl…
 
NPR Music has song recommendations for every occasion, from major life events to moments when all you want to do is stare blankly into the middle distance. Right now, so many of us feel stuck in a holding pattern, as we wait for our lives to resume. Maybe we're passing time until our vaccinations kick in, or maybe we're daydreaming about the possib…
 
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Gordana Schifanelli, a lawyer and immigrant, joins Executive Editor Joy Pullmann to explain how she successfully fought off a critical race theory mob from indoctrinating her children in schools and threatening her family and career. Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ric…
 
Today we are going to take a look at security awareness training programs in organizations. We are joined to day by Kelley Bray and Stephanie Pratt who will help facilitate the discussion. We'll start with the history and evolution of security awareness programs; what has worked, or more precisely what hasn't worked. We'll also touch on how most se…
 
Kane Williamson scooped the big prize - The Sir Richard Hadlee Medal - at the New Zealand Cricket awards in Auckland on Tuesday night. It's the fourth time in six years the Black Caps skipper has been crowned our premier player of the year, his test batting deeds shining brightly in a glorious home summer for the team. White Ferns Amy Satterthwaite…
 
There's been a second night of unrest on the streets of Minneapolis, where riot police confronted crowds of protesters angered by the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright. Black Lives Matter protests have sprung up in New York and Washington DC in solidarity. Wright was killed after police attempted to arrest him for an exisiting warrant at a routine tr…
 
Auckland police have evacuated residents from an area of Murray's Bay on the city's North Shore, after finding a "suspicious item" while executing a search warrant. They have set up a cordon on Sunrise Avenue and are asking residents within it to get out. Reporter Adam Jacobson spoke to Morning Report from the cordon.…
 
It was an influx of Covid-19 cases from India that led the government to temporarily ban new arrivals from that country, but nearly all of those people transited through Dubai, which remains one of the world's largest hubs for international freight and travel. So how is a city that was positioning itself as an international hub dealing with the pan…
 
A law expert says the government's first legislative changes in the wake of the Royal Commission into the Christchurch Mosque attacks will have a significant impact. The Counter-Terrorism Legislation Bill has its focus on cracking down on those who are planning or preparing a terror attack. While the March 15 Mosque attacks were the catalyst, the b…
 
There are high hopes the scenic Taieri Gorge railway line can return to its former glory as a tourist magnet. The Dunedin City Council voted yesterday to stave off the demise of Dunedin Railways, operator of the famous rail journey which was mothballed last year after the pandemic hit. Lyall Kelp is a rail enthusiast who has worked on the Taieri Go…
 
A new survey is aiming to find out why the number of women in the infrastructure and construction industry is so low, and what can be done to draw more in. Those already in the jobs say it's getting better, but it's still hard. Often it's a battle to get toilets they can use, and sexist comments are a daily occurence. Tairawhiti Contractors managin…
 
Councils are expressing intense frustration as they fear key roadbuilding projects won't make the cut. The Transport Agency has warned there is 'very limited funding' for the next three years. Councils are currently working on the regional side of the new national land transport plan from 2021 to 2024. The Western Bay of Plenty mayor Garry Webber e…
 
Two years after the Christchurch mosque attacks the Government has introduced to Parliament new counter terrorism legislation and along with France is claiming 'significant progress' in removing violent and extremist content from the internet. The Christchurch Call to Action was initiated by the Prime Minister in Paris almost two years ago co-chair…
 
Updates on the sabotage at Natanz--whether it was cyber or kinetic, Iran has vowed to take its revenge against Israel. NAME:WRECK vulnerabilities affect DNS implementations. Tax season scammers are phishing for credentials. If you liked the investment opportunities those Nigerian princes used to offer, you’re going to love their loaded ATM cards. B…
 
No toilets, topless calendars and comments about your appearance are just some of the things women tradies deal with every day. They say big changes are needed if the industry wants to attract more of them to a sector that is struggling to fill jobs. Now an industry survey is asking employers and women about the barriers that need to come down. Cha…
 
Polyfest, the world's largest Pasifika dance festival, returns to the stage today - after two years of cancellations. Covid-19 saw the event canned altogether last year, and in 2019 the last day of the festival was cancelled following the Christchurch terror attacks. Plans are for the opening pōwhiri to take place at the Manukau Sports Bowl RNZ Pac…
 
A $500 million pothole in road funding has been patched over but key projects remain in jeopardy. Money is especially scarce for State Highway improvements, public transport infrastructure and the Government's safety strategy Road to Zero. This has come at a crucial time when the country's transport plans for the next three years are being drawn up…
 
The National Party wants to force councils to free up land for development in a bid to get more houses built. The party's proposal would give the government emergency powers modelled on those used to speed up house building in Canterbury following the earthquakes in 2010 and 2011. Party leader Judith Collins spoke to Corin Dann.…
 
One of the country's most perplexing cold cases has returned to the public eye after police offered a $100,000 reward for information about the disappearance in 1992 of toddler Amber-Lee Cruickshank. Nicky Cruickshank has maintained for nearly 29 years that somebody knows what happened to her daughter, who went missing in Kingston, on the shores of…
 
The head of a livestock export company says they've had a tip-off from China that the Government is poised to ban live cattle exports. The government launched a review of the trade nearly two years ago and said recently it was close to a decision. That's expected to be announced this morning, but David Hayman, head of Genetic Development New Zealan…
 
Police in Northland freely admit that for years they have been unlawfully using road blocks to gather intelligence. The police watchdog has found officers illegally detained a woman and breached her privacy by photographing her and her partner at a checkpoint south of Whangarei in 2019. Hamish Cardwell filed this report.…
 
Auckland only has half the number of vaccinators it needs for the Covid-19 roll out. The city's DHBs say they're encountering frustrating roadblocks in getting enough people approved to do the injections - and they need hundreds more. But some GPs say they're being left on the sidelines and the DHBs need to use them to pick up the slack. Health cor…
 
In Germany, the trial of eleven suspected members of an extreme far-right terror group has begun today. 'Group S' are accused of plotting deadly attacks on Muslims, asylum-seekers and political enemies with the aim of fueling civil unrest and overthrowing the government. There are growing concerns over a surge in violent right-wing extremism with t…
 
There is broad support for new counter terrorism laws in the wake of the Royal Commission into the Christchurch Mosque attacks. The legislation introduced to the House focusses on cracking down on those who are planning or preparing a terror attack. The Act Party says the changes won't make people any safer. Here's political reporter Katie Scotcher…
 
Auckland DHB say they need hundreds more vaccinators - and fast - if they're to have any hope of meeting their vaccination targets. Counties Manukau DHB's chief executive Margie Apa, who is working with the city's three district health boards on the vaccine roll-out, says they need more than 1000 more. She says they want nurses to be able to do the…
 
Sponsored by Theragun Gen 4 Join Jim and Greg as they update the "incident" at the Natanz nuclear site and enjoy learning how it was much more devastating than first reported. Then they feel very weird agreeing with former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid but believe he right to warn the Democrats against court packing. They discuss the significan…
 
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