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Debra Newell is a successful interior designer. She meets John Meehan, a handsome man who seems to check all the boxes: attentive, available, just back from a year in Iraq with Doctors Without Borders. But her family doesn’t like John, and they get entangled in an increasingly complex web of love, deception, forgiveness, denial, and ultimately, survival. Reported and hosted by Christopher Goffard from the L.A. Times.
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McNeil Island in South Puget Sound is the Alcatraz you've never heard of. The now-abandoned prison on McNeil operated for 136 years. Today, the island is home to the Special Commitment Center, which houses Washington state's "sexually violent predators." A collaboration between KNKX and the Washington State Historical Society, Forgotten Prison tells the stories of inmates, guards, and children who grew up on the island. The history of this forgotten place can tell us a lot about how and why ...
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1. The government's repeated admission in parliament that it has no data on multiple subjects, from migrant labourers to farmer suicides, has brought on a Congress backlash. Senior Congress leader and former Union minister Shashi Tharoor tweets a list laced with sarcasm. 2. Key coronavirus trends improve but fewer tests done in the last seven days.…
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Chris goes one on one with Sen Angus King on the stakes and impact of the battle to fill the vacant Supreme Court seat. Then, Chris is joined by former FBI agent Peter Strzok to connect the dots on Putin’s efforts against Joe Biden. Chris wraps up the show with Dr. Sanjay Gupta on the climbing coronavirus death toll as children return to school. Se…
Doctor Adeline Fagan was just 28 years old. She was in her second year of an OB/GYN residency at a hospital in Houston, where she also worked the front lines caring for Covid-19 patients. In July, she tested positive for the virus. By August, she was on a ventilator. Last week, she seemed to be turning a corner. Then, on Friday night, she developed…
Dr. Ali Khan, a former CDC official, says "it's becoming harder to trust what CDC tells us" after the agency posted, then deleted, information on coronavirus transmission. It's the latest flip-flop.By NPR
False claims that blame left-wing activists for wildfires in Oregon have spread on social media. To stop the rumors, some experts say platforms should take inspiration from the stock market.By NPR
Boris Johnson addresses the UK about new coronavirus restrictions. Plus: how to reform the US justice system and why Taiwan wants to curb where motorcyclists can park. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.By Monocle 24
The U.S. has hit another grim milestone in the pandemic. As of Tuesday, 200,000 people in the country have died because of coronavirus, according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University.By NPR
More world leaders than usual are expected to speak at the U.N. General Assembly this year because of its virtual format. In his video message, Trump came out swinging against Beijing.By NPR
Latinx voters in South Florida like a lot of what they're hearing from President Trump's campaign. That has Democrats in the critical swing state fretting and Joe Biden working to shore up support.By NPR
Advisers to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention discussed on Tuesday who will get the first doses of a coronavirus vaccine when it is available.By NPR
Comic artist Allie Brosh has just published her long-awaited second book, Solutions and Other Problems. It's full of her trademark googly-eyed drawings and stories about life, pets and loss.By NPR
An NPR investigation follows the legal battle unfolding over evidence that many inmates' lungs fill with fluid as they're executed by lethal injection.By NPR
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Sen. Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, about the Supreme Court vacancy created by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.By NPR
Michigan is offering two years of free community college to essential workers who have worked during the pandemic. The definition is loose, and more than 600,000 residents could qualify.By WCMU
Over 100,000 people worldwide are taking part in coronavirus vaccine trials. NPR answers common questions, such as why so many people are needed and what it means to say a vaccine works.By NPR
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer speaks with Zimbabwean novelist Tsitsi Dangarembga about her book This Mournable Body, which was shortlisted for a Booker Prize last week.By NPR
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Rep. Val Demings, D-Fla., on policing, racial issues and her role in the Trump impeachment hearings.By NPR
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Mary Ziegler, a law professor at Florida State University, about how the death of Justice Ginsburg could impact the remaining abortion cases headed to the Supreme Court.By NPR
From sustainable concrete alternatives to urban reforestation, we talk to architects, landscape architects and designers who are finding innovative ways to make their projects – and our planet – just a little bit better. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.By Monocle 24
Guyton's hit song, off her EP Bridges, is about feeling like a stranger in one's own land. The issues Guyton raises pose new challenges — not just to country music, but to our country itself.By Ken Tucker
In an exclusive interview with the Guardian, the former model Amy Dorris talked to Lucy Osborne about allegations that Donald Trump sexually assaulted her at the US Open tennis tournament more than two decades ago, in an alleged incident that left her feeling ‘sick’ and ‘violated’By The Guardian
The people in Mali have a new interim leader. Former Defence Minister Ba N'Dawwho is expected to steer the country back to civilian rule in 18 months.His deputy as Vice President will be the man who took over after the coup in August, that ended years of misrule by President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita.Colonel Assimi Goita is urging people to support th…
Included in this episode:1. How Donald Trump Is Weaponizing His Supreme Court Pick on the Campaign Trail 2. NYPD Officer Charged With Spying on Tibetan Immigrants for China 3. With All Eyes on the Vacancy Ruth Bader Ginsburg Leaves Behind, Washington Readies for an Unprecedented Fight 4. COVID-19 Conspiracy Theories Are Spreading Rapidly—and They’r…
Tyler Brûlé is joined by the global director of the world’s leading art fair editions, Marc Spiegler, to discuss what the disruption to the events industry means for Art Basel – and how they plan on pushing forward. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.By Monocle 24
The Mexican top chef, who is about to launch his new restaurant Kol in London, shares with us one of his favourite easy recipes. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.By Monocle 24
Coronavirus cases are doubling every week. Hospital admissions are rising. And – if Britain doesn’t change course – more deaths are on the way. That was the message from the UK’s Chief Medical Officer and Chief Scientific Advisor in a live public broadcast this morning. Is it time to panic?? Plus, Labour’s online conference, the end of the eviction…
A pacy round-up of the day’s main news stories, anchored from London by a Monocle editor. The show features informed reporting, prescient business analysis and invaluable industry reports covering everything from technology to aviation and retail to media. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.…
All pubs, bars, restaurants and other hospitality venues in England must have a 22:00 closing time from Thursday, to help curb the spread of coronavirus. The sector will also be restricted by law to table service only and people should also work from home "if they can". The Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove told Mishal Husain: "The 10pm closing …
Kara and Scott talk about the details of the new TikTok deal that garnered President Trump's blessing. Scott rants about Palantir going public, and then Friend of Pivot Julia Angwin joins Kara and Scott to talk about Blacklight, a new internet tool that shows you just how creepy the websites you visit are. We are conducting an audience survey to be…
The United Nations General Assembly begins its annual meeting on Tuesday. A record 173 heads of state or government will address the meeting between now and Saturday — most virtually.By NPR
It’s not Donald Trump’s fault. He’s just an accelerant. America has been churning towards a crisis of democracy for decades. Our guest today created a model that predicted the 2020s would be the ultimate test for the future of America. The crisis point is here, so how will America respond? And what does it mean to Canada if our neighbours fail the …
We discuss the relevance of the UN as it marks its 75th anniversary amid a global pandemic. Plus: the business headlines and we hear about the latest twist in the battle between LVMH and Tiffany. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.By Monocle 24
Barbara Smith has been doing The Work for decades. Born into the era of Jim Crow, Smith joined the civil rights movement as a teenager in the 60s, volunteered at the Congress of Racial Equality in Cleveland right out of high school, canvassed for housing rights, became part of the women’s movement after graduating college, and then co-founded a bla…
Pubs, bars and restaurants in England are going to close at 10pm from Thursday, to help curb the spread of coronavirus. It's part of a plan to try and contain the renewed spread of the virus - what do pub owners think?(Image: people gather at a restaurant and bar on Southbank in London. Credit: Press Association)…
Sean takes a look at how the events industry and hospitality will trade through the winter and as the financial markets take a tumble what is a creative way to rescue the economyBy BBC Radio 5 live
A young girl must negotiate her own path out of a strict community in a post-disaster desertland. Visit www.suyidavies.com for more information on Suyi's work, including his novel DAVID MOGO, GODHUNTER. Content Advisory: physical violence See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.By LeVar Burton and Stitcher
Equal Citizens' Jason Harrow and Adam Eichen discuss a case Jason's working on about age description in voting. They also talk about legal challenges to voting in general, with only about six weeks to go before the general election.By Lawrence Lessig
Chris goes one on one with Senator Amy Klobuchar on Trump’s efforts to force a Supreme Court nominee before the election. Then, Dr. Richard Besser joins to discuss new CDC coronavirus guidelines. Chris wraps up the show with former Trump admin official, Miles Taylor on the DOJ naming certain cities “anarchy” jurisdictions over their response to pol…
Dr. Rebecca Shadowen was a specialist in infectious diseases and healthcare epidemiology in Bowling Green, Kentucky. As a frontline doctor, she helped establish a coronavirus unit for her local hospital. She was also instrumental in assisting her local government deal with the disease when she was diagnosed with it back in May. She died on Septembe…
Italy votes in a constitutional referendum, the battle over nominating a new US Supreme Court justice begins and the UK’s top scientific advisors address the nation. With Carlota Rebelo, Chiara Rimella and Markus Hippi. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.By Monocle 24
We speak to the director and cast of a new drive-in production of ‘La Bohème’ at Alexandra Palace about the future of opera, staging a show during a pandemic and acting out a love story from a distance of two metres. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.By Monocle 24
Subscribe to Bad Faith on Patreon to instantly unlock this episode and our full premium episode library: http://patreon.com/badfaithpodcast In the full episode, Brie and Virgil react to the news of RBG's death and lay out the nightmare scenarios for the far-right cementing their majority on the Supreme Court. Later, panelists Barbara Smith and Matt…
Here’s part fifteen of my new reading of my novel Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town (you can follow all the installments, as well as the reading I did in 2008/9, here). This is easily the weirdest novel I ever wrote. Gene Wolfe (RIP) gave me an amazing quote for it: “Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town is a glorious book, but there …
With just six weeks to go before Queensland voters head to the polls, it seems people can talk about little else than Covid-19. Annastacia Palaszczuk’s handling of the crisis has been well-received so far, but as Ben Smee explains, there are potential pitfalls in running a presidential-style campaign during a pandemic…
The United States has reimposed nuclear sanctions against Iran, despite opposition from close allies and permanent members of the UN Security Council.The action threatens to raise international tensions and isolate Washington further.The sanctions entail the international arms embargo on Iran will no longer end on October 18.Russia has termed the U…
Included in this episode:1. Here's What Every Supreme Court Justice Said About the Passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg 2. Central Europe Largely Avoided the First Coronavirus Wave. Why Are Cases Spiking Now? 3. Obama's White House Photographer on What a Biden Presidency Might Look Like .