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CNN's chief Washington correspondent, Jake Tapper, hosts this hourlong weekday afternoon program, which mixes Tapper's interests with headlines from around the country and the world, headlines that span politics, money, sports and popular culture. "The Lead" also concentrates on bringing stories that aren't found on front pages -- buried leads -- to the forefront.
 
Everything you need to know to learn how to trade and invest in the stock. We are starting this podcast a weekly recap of the financial markets and economy in order to allow you to start to understand how they work. We have been teaching traders in the stock market for nearly 10 years now and our founder Marcello Arrambide has been in the markets for nearly 18 years. With combined experience of over 90 years this is one your one stop shop to learn how to trade in the stock market.
 
Making Kayfabe are two published writers, venomously angry at the wrestling world, who set out to analyse and re-book a plethora of it’s biggest mistakes. Bryce & Dylan zero-in on undeniable failures such as Retribution, Mr. McMahon’s Limo Explosion, AEW Women’s Division, Kane’s unmasking and much more, with the goal to rewrite them in a satisfying way that MAKES SENSE. The show features comedy, painstaking research into the subject matter, but most of all it features sensible resolutions to ...
 
Exercise Addiction. Everything surrounding fitness, addiction, nutrition and how to get a 6 pack. -Ben Chiseld gives the physiological reasoning behind the biggest topics in mental and physical health in order to help us understand why we are, or are not meeting our own expectations. His short, “straight to the point” podcasts are a great way to get motivated and learn new life hacks based on his trial and error experiences. A great listen for short car rides.
 
The Podcast for the creative community x fellow content creators x Artists x friends x collaborators. We talk journey, passion, purpose, process and everything in between. Michael has over 10 years experience as an assistant director on films and television series such as “Broad City”, “The Best Man”, “Law & Order”, “Inside Man”, “The 25th Hour”, “7th Heaven”,and the academy award nominated film "Precious" in which he was nominated for a DGA award along with the director Lee Daniels as part ...
 
Paul and Olivia are the premiere young sibling duo in conservative politics. Each week they break down the latest news out of Washington, the Trump administration, and across the country with a uniquely traditionalist and Catholic bent that is indebted to the broader Western tradition. They also regularly feature some of the most influential voices in politics, media, and academia. Come join us Tuesdays and Thursdays. Visit our website www.rightonpointpodcast.com to learn more!
 
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Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro has been slapped with a fine by the authorities of Sao Paulo state for flouting a requirement to wear a mask during a thousands-strong rally of his supporters. Bolsonaro, along with three ministers and six deputies, will have to pay roughly $110 each after the authorities hit them with a fine for violating Covid-19…
 
In today’s recap we talk about how El Salvador government says Bitcoin can now be used as a legal tender in the country and a higher-than-expected inflation rate in the U.S U.S inflation shows prices soaring by +5% in May vs a year ago, the biggest increase since the Great Recession of 2008 & 2009. While it may still be distorted by the pandemic, a…
 
A huge crowd of protesters has assembled in Madrid, decrying government plans to pardon jailed Catalan leaders behind the failed 2017 independence bid, and demanding the resignation of the country’s PM over the move. Some 25,000 people gathered in central Madrid on Sunday, according to estimates by Spain’s National Police. Local law enforcement est…
 
A session of the Israeli legislature set to confirm the ‘change’ coalition and remove Benjamin Netanyahu from power has descended into chaos, with the PM’s rival, Naftali Bennett, being constantly heckled during his speech. Bennett, the leader of the Yamina alliance and a key figure in the coalition of eight parties looking to oust Netanyahu, was f…
 
The G7 countries have pledged to supply at least one billion Covid-19 vaccine doses to other nations as part of their effort to “vaccinate the world.” However, the WHO director-general says this is not enough. On the final day of the G7 meeting in Cornwall, England on Sunday, the group announced that it had agreed on a shared agenda to “end the pan…
 
The Group of Seven, which unites some of the world’s leading economies, has signed a deal to move away from coal plants and stop funding new coal mining to tackle climate change, the EU’s top official has said. “We need to decarbonize the energy sector,” European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen wrote on Twitter, adding that the G7 partners “a…
 
Officials in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh have razed a shrine dedicated to a coronavirus-inspired goddess, reportedly due to concerns about dubious claims of health benefits linked to the unorthodox religious site. Constructed by residents of a village near the city of Pratapgarh, the temple was created so that devotees could seek the healing …
 
Beijing has dismissed the notion that G7 nations can chart the trajectory of global affairs, arguing that decision-making by small clubs has been replaced by genuine multilateralism. Washington has described the Group of Seven summit in Cornwall, southwestern England, as an opportunity to reinforce the so-called “rules-based international system” –…
 
A Greek court has sentenced four asylum seekers from Afghanistan to 10 years behind bars for their role in the fire that ripped through Europe’s largest migrant camp, Moria, on the Mediterranean island of Lesbos last year. The men were found guilty of arson with risk to human life, the court said in the verdict on Saturday. The defense claimed that…
 
The Iranian mission to the UN has accused Israel of ‘lawlessness,’ after the newly retired head of Mossad implied that his agency had been behind an explosion at an Iranian nuclear facility and the killing of a key scientist. The comments made by Yossi Cohen in his bombshell TV interview midweek reflected a long-running pattern of “criminal” sabota…
 
The German Justice Ministry is reportedly demanding the messaging app Telegram open itself to law enforcement and pay a multi-million euro fine. The news comes after an elite police unit was disbanded over extremist group chats. Every month, more than 500 million security-conscious smartphone owners use Telegram. The app encrypts all chats and call…
 
Two trailers transporting ammunition to the United States were ambushed by armed criminals on a Mexican highway. Most of the ammo is small-caliber and won’t be useful for drug cartels, the manufacturer said. The shipment of approximately seven million rounds was intercepted earlier this week on a highway in Guanajuato, a Mexican state plagued by vi…
 
Two minibuses have been hit by explosions in Kabul, Afghanistan, local authorities have confirmed. At least seven people were killed and six more injured in the blasts. The explosions rocked western Kabul on Saturday, with the attacks occurring in neighborhoods predominantly inhabited by the Shiite Hazara minority. Six people were killed by the fir…
 
Mecca will be off limits to the vast majority of Muslims this year, after Saudi Arabia announced that only a select few, all from within the country, would be allowed to participate in the annual Hajj pilgrimage. The religious ceremony, which begins in mid-July, will be limited to 60,000 pilgrims between the ages of 18 to 65 who have been vaccinate…
 
The group of hackers who swiped source code from game company Electronic Arts pulled off the stunt by tricking EA’s IT support team on Slack, according to Motherboard. The cyber thieves made off with some 780 gigabytes of data, including the source code for soccer simulator FIFA 21 and its matchmaking server, and the Frostbite engine, which powers …
 
Biden, other G7 leaders meet with queen, senior royals; Biden invokes WWII: U.S. will "build a new arsenal" to fight COVID; Biden, G7 leaders address COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, threat from Russia & China; No joint news conference expected after Biden-Putin meeting next week; One-on-one with White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki; Biden on me…
 
Negotiations to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal will resume in the Austrian capital Vienna on Saturday, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi has announced following a recent break in the ongoing talks. “The participants are expected to continue consultations on the possible return of the US to the nuclear accord and ensuring the full and…
 
A major network outage that prevented calls to emergency numbers in France last week was caused by a software failure, an internal inquiry by the country’s largest telecoms operator, Orange, has found. Emergency numbers for the police, ambulance and fire service remained inaccessible for several hours on June 2, due to “a bug in the software of the…
 
Four of Ireland’s biggest political parties, including the three currently in power, are facing audits after admitting to using fictional market research companies and posing as pollsters to survey voter mood ahead of elections. The Irish Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) is conducting an investigation into how Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael and the Green…
 
The European Medicines Agency’s (EMA) safety committee has added another rare blood condition to the potential side effects of AstraZeneca’s vaccine, as the UK regulator weighs precautionary advice over capillary leak syndrome. The EMA’s addition of the very rare syndrome to its list of potential side effects for the AstraZeneca Covid-19 jab comes …
 
A special task force unit has been disbanded in the German city of Frankfurt am Main, a state interior minister has announced, amid an investigation into the sharing of extremist and neo-Nazi content on group chats. The special operations command, known as SEK, will no longer exist in the city, Peter Beuth, interior minister of the central German s…
 
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has said it is aware of a contaminated batch of the active substance used to make Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine and that they’re taking precautionary action to prevent possible harm. In a press release on Friday, the EMA said contamination had occurred at a manufacturing site for the active substance in Ma…
 
Plans for a film that will tout New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern’s leadership in the wake of the Christchurch mosque shootings have met resistance from pundits and the Muslim community. Ardern has distanced herself from the project. The film, titled ‘They Are Us’, is set in March 2019, in the days following the deadly attack on two mosques carried out…
 
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has approved a new manufacturing plant in central France to boost production of the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine, the regulator’s committee for human medicines has said. The new site will be in Monts near the Loire Valley town of Tours and will be operated by pharmaceutical manufacturer Recipharm, the EMA said in a s…
 
The emergence of new and more infectious variants of the coronavirus has raised a troubling question: Will the current crop of vaccines protect us from severe disease? But why are we talking about vaccine effectiveness? Well, it's because of the new villain, which has entered the variant space – the Delta variant, which was first found in India and…
 
The Chinese foreign ministry has said Washington’s “unilateral bullying” was the cause of the Iranian nuclear crisis, but talks in Vienna aiming to restart the 2015 nuclear deal were nearly complete. Speaking on Friday in an address to the UN-backed Conference on Disarmament, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi called on the world’s great powers to re…
 
Scientists studying the cause of a flood which killed more than 200 people in the Indian Himalayas have said the disaster was caused by a massive rock and ice avalanche that could happen again in the mountain range. In a study published in the journal Science on Thursday, scientists from the University of Zurich (UZH), the WSL and ETH Zurich warned…
 
Thailand has been retaining locally manufactured AstraZeneca vaccines for itself in the midst of a massive wave of coronavirus, Taiwan’s president has said, claiming that shots scheduled for delivery in June did not arrive. Tsai Ing-wen bemoaned the sub-par deliveries from Thailand on Friday in an interview with a local radio station. Taiwan is cla…
 
Representatives from the European Union’s 27 member states have agreed to let citizens move freely around the bloc over the summer if they have been fully vaccinated, allowing people to avoid costly tests or lengthy quarantines. The proposal, announced by Portugal, the current EU president, received unanimous support, paving the way for citizens to…
 
The son of former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi is reportedly eyeing his country’s highest office a decade after his father was overthrown and murdered by NATO-backed rebels, triggering years of civil unrest. Saif al-Islam Gaddafi has begun to reach out to Western and other diplomats as he seeks to re-enter public life, the Times reported. Once vie…
 
Twice-vaccinated senior citizens will be allowed to move more freely and socialize with “fellow senior citizens,” the country’s authorities have said. It is hoped the move will encourage the elderly to get inoculated. The easing of coronavirus restrictions for fully vaccinated senior citizens living in areas under general community quarantine (GCQ)…
 
Beijing has given its approval to Sinopharm for one of its vaccines to be administered to children between the ages of three and 17, after Sinovac’s shot was given the green light for use on youngsters last week. Speaking to reporters on Friday, Shao Yiming, a researcher at the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, said Sinopharm’s Bei…
 
Beijing has reiterated its call to Taiwan to remove “artificial obstacles” and allow “safe and effective” vaccines from the mainland onto the island, and invited the Taiwanese to come and get inoculated. Read more Taiwanese activists demand government ends ‘discriminatory’ Covid restrictions on migrant workers China has repeatedly offered to send c…
 
Punjab’s provincial government is turning to coercive measures to increase participation in its Covid-19 vaccination program, after unveiling plans to disable the SIM cards of people who decline to get jabbed. The extreme decision was made during a meeting of high-ranking civil and military officials chaired by Punjab Health Minister Yasmin Rashid.…
 
What if an implant in your brain allowed you to just think of words in order to have them appear on a screen, instead of typing them out with your fingers? Scientists at Stanford University in California have achieved that in a test. It allowed a man with full-body paralysis to communicate using a neural implant, but some observers have raised ethi…
 
We hear the story of Skye, an Indigenous teen who died of a drug overdose on her 17th birthday. Before her death, Skye had been in government care in B.C. for 12 years, lived in eight different foster homes, and was the subject of three failed adoptions. A new report from British Columbia's Children and Youth Representative looks at how the foster …
 
Biden: U.S. will buy, donate 500m doses Pfizer vaccine; Biden prepares for crucial face-to-face with Putin; Biden meets with key allies before crucial Putin summit; U.S. hopes to agree on ambassadors retuning to Moscow, DC; Moderna asks FDA to authorize its vaccine for children ages 12-17; U.S. over 42% fully vaccinated, almost 52% partially vaccin…
 
US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson have updated their World War II-era ‘Atlantic Charter’. The agreement promises a return to the full-throttle liberalism that the Trump administration interrupted. Biden and Johnson met in St. Ives, Cornwall, on Thursday, in a bilateral sit-down before the G7 summit kicks off on Friday.…
 
Rocket attacks on Iraqi bases hosting US contractors on Wednesday did not cause casualties or any serious damage, State Department spokesman Ned Price has said, though some personnel were treated for smoke inhalation. Multiple rockets were fired at two military bases hosting US contractors, the Iraqi military said on Wednesday. The attack on a faci…
 
Washington has sanctioned an alleged international network which it says funneled tens of millions of dollars to Yemen’s Houthi rebels for their conflict with Western-aligned government forces. A dozen individuals and entities are blacklisted, including Sa’id al-Jamal, the alleged chief of a web of companies and people who send cash to the Houthi m…
 
France’s highest administrative court has ruled against a contentious government plan for law enforcement measures, which critics have branded an attempt to crack down on demonstrators and freedom of the press. The Council of State, which advises the French government on the preparation of legislation, said on Thursday it was “canceling” four eleme…
 
India’s COVID vaccination drive is marred with all kinds of divides and inequalities. Other than the general shortage in vaccine supply, there’s a gender divide, a rural-urban divide and also a digital divide that’s holding back the country from effective vaccination. In the past four months since the launch of the Covid vaccination program, 1.2 cr…
 
A French court has handed Damien Tarel, the man who slapped the country’s President Emmanuel Macron, an 18 month sentence, with 14 months suspended. The man also faced other penalties. The 28-year-old suspect appeared before court on Thursday. The hearings were heavily fast-tracked, coming only two days after the slapping incident. Tarel was accuse…
 
Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) have voted overwhelmingly in favor of suing the European Commission due to its non-implementation of a regulation linking EU funding with the adherence to rule of law in member states. On Thursday, European lawmakers voted 506 to 150, with 28 abstentions, in favor of a resolution to take the European Commis…
 
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