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The City
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True stories about how power works in urban America. We investigate people in power, and the consequences their actions have for a city’s most vulnerable residents. And we try to make sense of what a power struggle in one city reveals about the challenges facing all cities.
 
She's a journalist. He’s a comedian. They make the news fun. Tune in each Monday for, as one listener puts it, “the perfect amount of news and silliness to lighten up your day.”
 
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The City
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True stories about how power works in urban America. We investigate people in power, and the consequences their actions have for a city’s most vulnerable residents. And we try to make sense of what a power struggle in one city reveals about the challenges facing all cities.
 
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5 Things
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The news you need to know to start your day. Five stories. Less than five minutes. Every weekday, plus Saturdays. Powered by the USA TODAY Network and hosted by Taylor Wilson.
 
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AFTERMATH
Daily+
 
From the Accused podcast team, Aftermath is an episodic look at survivors of gun violence. Two crime reporters travel the country talking to people whose lives changed in the blink of an eye. Their backgrounds, environments and stories all vary, but they share one defining truth: They’ve survived a gunshot.
 
Your daily consumer tech news update, plus the latest gadget reviews and straight talk about how the latest tech innovations affect you, with USA TODAY's Jefferson Graham.
 
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USA TODAY's Dalvin Brown talks about the dark side of artificial intelligence on Talking Tech.
 
Plus, Louisiana voters decide their governor, remembering Jessye Norman, the Empire State Building gets a facelift and playoff baseball continues. (Audio: Associated Press)
 
Disney +, Apple TV + or Netflix? How to choose which streaming service is right for you? Jefferson Graham helps you find an answer on Talking Tech.
 
Plus, Trump's ex-Ukraine ambassador is set to testify, Chinese talks trade with Chinese officials, a blizzard heads for the Upper Midwest and hundreds of thousands of Californians remain in the dark. (Audio: Associated Press, @NobelPrize)
 
Your e-mail, texts, inter-office communication and more are being looked at by your employer, probably. Jefferson Graham has the scoop on Talking Tech.
 
Plus, House depositions continue in the impeachment inquiry surrounding Trump, German officials confirm that a synagogue attack was anti-semitic, Cuba Gooding Jr.'s groping trial begins and California power outages stretch into their second day. (Audio: Associated Press)
 
Which is the more secure method of communication, e-mail or texts? Jefferson Graham investigates on Talking Tech.
 
Plus, NLDS series play out their deciding Game 5s, wildfire fears might cut the power to some residents in California, a meteor shower reaches its peak and NASA prepares for a launch from the air. (Audio: Associated Press)
 
Bernard Acoca, the CEO of the West Coast restaurant chain El Pollo Loco tells Jefferson Graham about the massive changes that have come to restaurants, thanks to technology.
 
Plus, the latest witness in the Trump impeachment inquiry gives a deposition to Congress, Democrats seek grand-jury evidence from the Mueller report, Montgomery, Alabama faces a potential historic election and Yom Kippur begins. (Audio: Associated Press)
 
Season 2 of The City looks at the battle over the aging strip clubs of Reno, Nevada, as the city transforms into an offshoot of Silicon Valley. More than a fight over lap dances, it’s a proxy battle for the future of Reno. Season 2 premieres Oct. 29.
 
Season 2 of The City looks at the battle over the aging strip clubs of Reno, Nevada, as the city transforms into an offshoot of Silicon Valley. More than a fight over lap dances, it’s a proxy battle for the future of Reno. Season 2 premieres Oct. 29.
 
USA TODAY's Dalvin Brown joins Jefferson Graham to discuss his latest USAT story on the dark side of Artificial Intelligence. https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2019/10/02/how-artificial-intelligence-bias-can-work-against-you/2417711001/
 
New moons discovered orbiting Saturn and why you shouldn't pre-wash your dishes before putting them in the dishwasher. These stories and more in this week's episode. We also continue our popular segment: "The Lightning Fast Headline Roundup." I Tell My Husband The News is a weekly podcast in which Shannon Rae Green, a journalist at USA TODAY, t ...…
 
Plus, four teams have a chance to close out their series in the Division Series of the MLB Playoffs, 'Joker' laughs its way to the bank at the box office, McDonald's brings back the McRib and Nobel prize week kicks off. (Audio: Warner Bros)
 
Jefferson Graham returns to the island of Santa Catalina, where folks are super stoked about Apple's decision to call this year's software upgrade macOS Catalina. Randy Herrel, the president of the Catalina Island Co. explains on Talking Tech.
 
ICYMI: How to streamline your subscription services, with USA TODAY's Nicole Carroll and Jefferson Graham
 
Plus, heat finally moves out of parts of the South, a mask ban goes into effect in Hong Kong as protests continue, Target shopping becomes more rewarding and Florida and Auburn highlight Saturday's college football action. (Audio: Associated Press)
 
Frontier Communications jacked up cable bill by over $500 yearly, and that was it--I finally cut the cord. Hear all about it on #TalkingTech.
 
Ed Baig previews new Microsoft holiday products with Jefferson Graham on Talking Tech.
 
Samsung has a new nearly $2,000 smartphone. Ed Baig checked it out. Is it worth it? He tells Jefferson Graham his verdict on Talking Tech.
 
Apple Maps has been rebuilt from the ground up, as part of the iOS 13 operating system upgrade, with definite improvements. But how does it compare to rivals from Google? Jefferson Graham weighs in on Talking Tech.
 
Nick Weaver, the CEO of Eero, the product that helps fill in wifi dead zones in the home, tells Jefferson Graham about the new line of products with lower prices on Talking Tech.
 
Airline lets you know where potential babies are sitting ahead of time and the answer to the question "over or under?" with regards to the toilet paper roll. These stories and more in this week's episode. We also continue our popular segment: "The Lightning Fast Headline Roundup." I Tell My Husband The News is a weekly podcast in which Shannon ...…
 
Apple is about to put the island of Catalina on the map, as the face of its MacOS Catalina software upgrade. Greg Bombard, the president of the Catalina Express boat line, talks to Jefferson Graham about his reaction.
 
ICYMI: author and online photography instructor Scott Kelby had an idea 12 years ago that photographers could get together and take photos on a Photowalk. As the 11th annual Worldwide Photowalk gets under way on 10/5, Kelby explains the history of Photowalking.
 
Bret Kinsella, the editor of the Voicebot.ai website, sits down with Jefferson Graham in Seattle to help make sense of the 80 new products Amazon announced this week.
 
Amazon recently announced new tools to let consumers opt-in to have their Alexa recordings automatically deleted. What it won't do is stop recording you. Amazon senior vice-president Dave Limp explains why.
 
Jefferson Graham sits down with Dave Limp, the Amazon senior vice-president who oversees the Alexa line, to ask a simple question - what are some of your favorite Alexa askills?
 
Jefferson Graham sits down with Ring CEO Jamie Siminoff to hear all about the new product lineup from the company best known for its video doorbell.
 
Amazon introduced 80 new products Wednesday for the holidays. What's the one show-stopper that got people excited? We asked 3 Amazon execs for their personal picks, Dave Limp, Jamie Siminoff and Nick Weaver. Listen to their verdicts on #TalkingTech.
 
Mixhalo has an app for better sound at live concerts. Company CEO Marc Ruxin explains and talks about the new partnership with L.A.'s Staples Center on Talking Tech.
 
Amazon is set to unveil new products this week, all with an Alexa tie-in, and Jefferson Graham has the preview on Talking Tech.
 
Man plays anthem at all major league baseball parks and Washington monument reopens. These stories and more in this week's episode. We also continue our popular segment: "The Lightning Fast Headline Roundup." I Tell My Husband The News is a weekly podcast in which Shannon Rae Green, a journalist at USA TODAY, tells her husband Dusty Terrill, a ...…
 
For the first time in years, there is a massive difference in photographic quality between the new iPhone 11 Pro and previous models. Jefferson Graham explains on #Talking Tech.
 
How to streamline your subscription services? Jefferson Graham weighs in with USA TODAY editor-in-chief Nicole Carroll on Talking Tech.
 
We got a hold of the Amazon Echo Auto device to bring Alexa to the car and know this to be true - it's not ready for drive time. Jefferson Graham reports.
 
Jefferson Graham reviews Google's revamped Nest Hub Max on Talking Tech
 
Jefferson Graham talks all things Alexa with Nicole Carroll, the editor-in-chief of USA TODAY and an active Amazon Echo user on Talking Tech. What are some of the most useful commands, and what's up with the new Auto service?
 
In part 2 of our look at OpenPath, a company that looks to replace the key or badge with an app, Jefferson Graham talks to rabbi Joshua Kalev of CTJ in Manhattan Beach about how he uses the service for a more secure entry to his synagogue.
 
Seal stops drug dealers and meet the strongest women in the world. These stories and more in this week's episode. We also continue our popular segment: "The Lightning Fast Headline Roundup." I Tell My Husband The News is a weekly podcast in which Shannon Rae Green, a journalist at USA TODAY, tells her husband Dusty Terrill, a local comedian, th ...…
 
OpenPath wants to replace the key and secure badge for entry with an app-based solution. CEO Alex Kazerani sits down with Jefferson Graham to explain.
 
Jefferson Graham compares the $5 monthly offering of just 8 shows and a documentary on Apple TV + to the competition.
 
Jefferson Graham is in Hawaii this week, where he's been doing lots of Photowalking, in search of the best shots on the island of Oahu. Intrigued? He explains on Talking Tech how he goes about it.
 
El Pollo Loco CEO Bernard Acoca sits down with Jefferson Graham to tell why the west coast restaurant chain is turning to augmented reality to help discover the lost murals of Los Angeles.
 
Jefferson Graham is furious at the hidden fees in travel websites for hotels and misleading search results for airlines. On Talking Tech, he points out some of the worst offenders.
 
Maybe you're not enthralled with the new iPhone 11, want to save money or just invested in Android. Jefferson Graham has some tips on cool Android alternatives on Talking Tech.
 
Jefferson Graham weighs in on the Apple 2019-2020 update, with new iPhones, Watch and iPad, but the biggest story was the TV + entertainment service, he believes. Find out why on Talking Tech.
 
Jefferson Graham argues that smartphones, even at $1,000, aren't overpriced. Hear him out on Talking Tech.
 
Facebook gets into online dating and how to take better care of your skin. These stories and more in this week's episode. We also continue our popular segment: "The Lightning Fast Headline Roundup." I Tell My Husband The News is a weekly podcast in which Shannon Rae Green, a journalist at USA TODAY, tells her husband Dusty Terrill, a local come ...…
 
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