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Truth is trending on the Veritas News Network! VNN is an online publication featuring the news and is dedicated to in-depth investigative reporting with a consumer advocacy focus. Our Managing Editor is a veteran investigative journalist who has won dozens of awards. Several categories of news are featured on the Veritas News Network include Citizen Journalism, Consumer News, Ripoffs & Scams, Consumer Advocacy, World News, US News, Crime, Economic News, Editorial & Opinion, Education, Health ...
 
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FREEALABAMAMOVEMENT
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FREEALABAMAMOVEMENT SUPPORT NON VIOLENT AND PEACEFUL PROTEST FOR CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS FOR THE MEN AND WOMEN IN ALABAMA PRISONS .
 
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Gravity FM
Monthly
 
Discussing human rights and environmental issues from the legal, political and ethical fronts with interviews from activists, NGOs, authors and professors.
 
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Thursday Breakfast
Monthly
 
Current affairs, media analysis, alternative media.
 
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The History Hour
Weekly
 
An hour of historical reporting told by the people who were there.
 
Political talk without the boring parts—featuring the writers, activists and artists who shape the week in news. Hosted by Jon Wiener and presented by The Nation Magazine.
 
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COMMONS
Monthly
 
A politics show for people who hate politics.
 
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Throwing Shade
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Throwing Shade is the political comedy podcast hosted by Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi who deliver their fresh takes on pop culture, women’s rights, and LGBT rights with hilarity and vulgarity. Spend your Thursdays with the podcast called "the perfect combination of silly, intelligent, cynical and charming" by Entertainment Weekly and "Oprah's #1 pick" by an iTunes reviewer who is not Oprah.
 
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AnthroPod
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AnthroPod is produced by the Society for Cultural Anthropology (http://www.culanth.org). Each episode, we explore what anthropologists and anthropology can teach us about the world and people around us.
 
(Order of stories changed to match how they originally aired each day, with stories from previous 6 programs included afterwards. See http://kevin.micke.com/ for details.)Every weekday, All Things Considered hosts Ailsa Chang, Audie Cornish, Mary Louise Kelly and Ari Shapiro present the program's trademark mix of news, interviews, commentaries, reviews, and offbeat features. Michel Martin hosts on the weekends.
 
Journalists, policymakers, diplomats and academics discuss global news beyond the headlines.
 
As It Is takes a daily look at issues in the news in the United States and around the world.
 
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COMMONS
Monthly
 
A politics show for people who hate politics.
 
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Honey Badger Radio
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Female Men's Rights activists are in your politics, touching your stuff.
 
KQED’s statewide radio news program, providing daily coverage of issues, trends, and public policy decisions affecting California and its diverse population.
 
The Podcast about African History, Culture, and Politics
 
Every weekday, All Things Considered hosts Ailsa Chang, Audie Cornish, Mary Louise Kelly and Ari Shapiro present the program's trademark mix of news, interviews, commentaries, reviews, and offbeat features. Michel Martin hosts on the weekends.
 
One side effect of our national addiction to Trump’s tweets and other news cycle garbage is that fascinating issues, brilliant books and important debates aren't getting the attention they deserve. With a rotating crew of your favorite Crooked Media hosts, contributors, and special guests, Crooked Conversations brings Pod Save America's no-b.s., conversational style to topics in politics, media, culture, sports, and technology that aren’t making headlines but still have a major impact on our ...
 
Making sense of...everything!
 
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Redeye
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A progressive take on current events. Produced by an independent media collective at Vancouver Cooperative Radio.
 
A 40 min World and China News analysis per day brings you the stories behind the headlines. Topics worth discussing; Debate worth listening; Ideas worth spreading.
 
Colvin & Duron... We the people Obama warned you about -@sIMPLY_cOLViN55 -@Thereal_Dron
 
Making sense of...everything!
 
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Reality Check
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Rich Mulholland helps us solve an annoying problem, cut through the crap and make sense of the nonsense. Like a shot of adrenaline, Rich plugs us into his high-voltage supercharger to see the world in glorious HD, at high speed and de-clutter the confusing journey of being human. What better way to start your week than inspired and empowered with clarity?
 
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The VUU
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A weekly Unitarian Universalist live talk show by the Church of Larger Fellowship
 
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WBEZ's Worldview
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WBEZ's global affairs program. Featuring in-depth conversations about international issues and their local impact. Also, foreign film reviews and human rights commentaries. Hosted by Jerome McDonnell. This podcast is free, in mp3, and updated weekdays.
 
A comedian gets his daily news live on YouTube from articles viewers Tweet to him. w/ Ron Placone
 
Build a strong, healthy body that’s sustainable for you and the planet. Kate Galli from strongbodygreenplanet.com shares short, actionable solo shows and longer form chats where we cut through all the complicated, conflicting and confusing health advice and make living a healthy plant based #plantstrong (!) lifestyle simple and sustainable.
 
Inheritors, (1921) by American dramatist Susan Glaspell concerns the legacy of an idealistic farmer who wills his highly coveted midwest farmland to the establishment of a college (Act I.) Forty years later, when his granddaughter stands up for the rights of Hindu nationals to protest at the college her grandfather founded, she jeopardizes funding for the college itself and sets herself against her own uncle, president of the institution's trustees (Acts II & III.) Ultimately, she defies her ...
 
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Peaceful Anarchism
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Just Do Good Things
 
The Podcast about African History, Culture, and Politics
 
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Voice of America
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Voice of America is an international news and broadcast organization serving Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, Central Asia, Russia, the Middle East and Balkan countries
 
The Burkle Center fosters research and analysis in international relations and foreign policy, brings the brightest minds in these fields to UCLA and to the Los Angeles community, and encourages faculty and students to explore and shape debate on global issues.
 
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The Korea File
Monthly
 
Interviews on music, history and society from across the Korean peninsula and around the world.
 
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CounterSpin
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CounterSpin is the weekly radio show of FAIR, the national media watch group.
 
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TIME's Top Stories
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The day's top stories selected by the editors of Time.com
 
Podcasts from the UCLA International Institute.
 
Podcasts the UCLA Center for Near Eastern Studies.
 
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WBEZ's Worldview
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WBEZ's global affairs program. Featuring in-depth conversations about international issues and their local impact. Also, foreign film reviews and human rights commentaries. Hosted by Jerome McDonnell. This podcast is free, in mp3, and updated weekdays.
 
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Throwing Shade
Weekly
 
Throwing Shade is the political comedy podcast hosted by Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi who deliver their fresh takes on pop culture, women�s rights, and LGBT rights with hilarity and vulgarity. Spend your Thursdays with the podcast called "the perfect combination of silly, intelligent, cynical and charming" by Entertainment Weekly and "Oprah's #1 pick" by an iTunes reviewer who is not Oprah.Feed generated by Unofficial RSS Feeds for Stitcher Premium.
 
Podcast by The bridge radio
 
AWAYE! presents a diverse and vibrant Aboriginal arts and culture from across Australia and the best from Indigenous radio broadcasters around the world.
 
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Voice of America
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Voice of America is an international news and broadcast organization serving Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, Central Asia, Russia, the Middle East and Balkan countries
 
The Business of Fashion has gained a global following as an essential daily resource for fashion creatives, executives and entrepreneurs in over 200 countries. It is frequently described as “indispensable,” “required reading” and “an addiction.” Click here to sign up for the Daily Digest newsletter: http://bit.ly/BoFnews
 
The Castan Centre is a world-renowned academic centre using its human rights expertise to create a more just world where human rights are respected and protected, allowing people to pursue their lives in freedom and with dignity.
 
The Kojo Nnamdi Show — a daily talk show that serves as the meeting space for curious Washingtonians to make sense of the communities where they live and work. We'll introduce you to compelling newsmakers, fascinating artists, expansive thinkers, prominent activists, new ideas, cutting-edge technology, overlooked historic moments and up-and-coming talent.
 
Welcome to Allen Smith's: Ask The Trucker "LIVE", the #1 Trucking Show on Blog Talk Radio. Focusing on Driver Health, Careers, Regulations and the Important Issues facing the Industry.
 
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Monday Breakfast
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Current affairs, media analysis, alternative media.
 
Join host, Rob Breakenridge, as he offers his unique perspective on the most talked-about stories of the day every weekday afternoon.
 
The Podcast about African History, Culture, and Politics
 
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Erin shares early Martha Stewart recipes for your next 175-person sit-down country luncheon on this week’s Throwing Shade! We’ll hear about the expanding field of Democratic presidential candidates and what new ideas are being brought into the conversation. Then we’ll meet Imke Wübbenhorst, the first female coach of a men’s soccer team in Germa ...…
 
Erin shares early Martha Stewart recipes for your next 175-person sit-down country luncheon on this week’s Throwing Shade! We’ll hear about the expanding field of Democratic presidential candidates and what new ideas are being brought into the conversation. Then we’ll meet Imke Wübbenhorst, the first female coach of a men’s soccer team in Germa ...…
 
On January 7, the RCMP forcibly broke up a checkpoint on the road leading to the Unist’ot’en camp near Houston following an injunction sought by Coastal GasLink. The camp and the checkpoint had been set up to protect the territory from further oil and gas development. The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, which has been suppor ...…
 
Learning English use a limited vocabulary and are read at a slower pace than VOA's other English broadcasts. Previously known as Special English.
 
Learning English use a limited vocabulary and are read at a slower pace than VOA's other English broadcasts. Previously known as Special English.
 
On today's show:An oil pipeline exploded in Tlahuelilpan, Mexico, while residents of the local town were attempting to tap... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]By podcasts@chicagopublicradio.org (WBEZ Chicago).
 
On today's show:An oil pipeline exploded in Tlahuelilpan, Mexico, while residents of the local town were attempting to tap... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]By podcasts@chicagopublicradio.org (WBEZ Chicago).
 
What happened on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial last Friday has sparked intense national debate. Reporter Jacqueline Keeler shares what she thinks is being lost in the conversation.
 
Bohemian Rhapsody director Bryan Singer faces renewed scrutiny over sexual misconduct and assault allegations after The Atlantic published years of detailed accusations on Wednesday.
 
A commission studying national service says there's a compelling case to be made for mandatory national service, not necessarily military, for young Americans. Final recommendations are a year away.
 
What will 2019 be like for Trump? Will it be like Nixon in 1974—the Watergate year, which ended with his resignation? Or more like Clinton in 1998—the Monica year, which culminated with an impeachment trial in the Senate in 1999? He won that vote easily and came out more popular than before. John Nichols looks at the investigations coming up in ...…
 
Students at Covington Catholic High School are back after threats closed school Tuesday. Covington students are at the center of debate over a standoff at the Lincoln Memorial last week.
 
We spoke with Dr. Jonathan Stea, a Calgary-based clinical psychologist with research and clinical expertise in addiction
 
Of the G7 nations, only three heads of state have shown up at the World Economic Forum, a gathering for global elites to discuss world problems, including challenges to globalization.
 
There are fears that the U.S. economy could face tough times ahead. But many of the typical tools Washington would use to boost the economy have been deployed during the last few years of growth.
 
Yo-Yo Ma, the world's most famous living cellist, performed formally and informally in Mumbai this week, part of a long-term project to play Bach's six suites for cello in 36 places around the world.
 
Voters in Chillicothe, Ohio, are divided about who's to blame for the government shutdown. Both Republicans and Democrats expressed frustration that negotiations are not happening.
 
The busiest airport in the world is bracing for Super Bowl Weekend with depleted security resources. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Atlanta airport general manager John Selden about his concerns.
 
NPR's Mary Louise speaks with Rep. Katherine Clark, D-Mass., who is vice chair of the House Democratic Caucus, about the partial government shutdown.
 
Venezuelans protested the authoritarian government of Nicolás Maduro on Wednesday. Maduro has presided over the nation's collapse and millions of people have fled the crisis.
 
The Trump administration is using a system that is meant to help migrant children to deport the kids and their families, according to several lawsuits filed around the country.
 
The Senate is preparing to vote on two proposals to reopen the government, but neither are expected to pass. NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Sen. Mike Rounds, R-S.D., about how he sees the shutdown ending.
 
On Tuesday, Los Angeles teachers approved a deal with the school district — ending a six-day strike. By Wednesday morning, many educators were relieved to be back in the classroom.
 
The Senate is preparing to vote on two proposals to reopen the government, but neither are expected to pass. NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Sen. Mike Rounds, R-S.D., about how he sees the shutdown ending.
 
Tax season is more stressful this year for filers and IRS workers alike, because of tax law changes and the partial government shutdown that has left the agency with roughly half its normal staff.
 
Yo-Yo Ma, the world's most famous living cellist, performed formally and informally in Mumbai this week, part of a long-term project to play Bach's six suites for cello in 36 places around the world.
 
What happened on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial last Friday has sparked intense national debate. Reporter Jacqueline Keeler shares what she thinks is being lost in the conversation.
 
On Tuesday, Los Angeles teachers approved a deal with the school district — ending a six-day strike. By Wednesday morning, many educators were relieved to be back in the classroom.
 
The Trump administration is using a system that is meant to help migrant children to deport the kids and their families, according to several lawsuits filed around the country.
 
Venezuelans protested the authoritarian government of Nicolás Maduro on Wednesday. Maduro has presided over the nation's collapse and millions of people have fled the crisis.
 
The busiest airport in the world is bracing for Super Bowl Weekend with depleted security resources. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Atlanta airport general manager John Selden about his concerns.
 
NPR's Mary Louise speaks with Rep. Katherine Clark, D-Mass., who is vice chair of the House Democratic Caucus, about the partial government shutdown.
 
Voters in Chillicothe, Ohio, are divided about who's to blame for the government shutdown. Both Republicans and Democrats expressed frustration that negotiations are not happening.
 
Of the G7 nations, only three heads of state have shown up at the World Economic Forum, a gathering for global elites to discuss world problems, including challenges to globalization.
 
There are fears that the U.S. economy could face tough times ahead. But many of the typical tools Washington would use to boost the economy have been deployed during the last few years of growth.
 
Students at Covington Catholic High School are back after threats closed school Tuesday. Covington students are at the center of debate over a standoff at the Lincoln Memorial last week.
 
The Death Certificate Project aims to weed out doctors who are overprescribing opioids, but some physicians say the investigations are having a chilling effect on the legitimate treatment of pain.
 
Tax season is more stressful this year for filers and IRS workers alike, because of tax law changes and the partial government shutdown that has left the agency with roughly half its normal staff.
 
Bohemian Rhapsody director Bryan Singer faces renewed scrutiny over sexual misconduct and assault allegations after The Atlantic published years of detailed accusations on Wednesday.
 
A commission studying national service says there's a compelling case to be made for mandatory national service, not necessarily military, for young Americans. Final recommendations are a year away.
 
The Death Certificate Project aims to weed out doctors who are overprescribing opioids, but some physicians say the investigations are having a chilling effect on the legitimate treatment of pain.
 
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