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History in the NFL with the first openly gay active player. Virus deaths fall, amid a spike among the unvaccinated. Republicans set to block an elections bill. CBS News Correspondent Steve Kathan has today's World News Roundup.
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First active NFL player comes out as gay. Cleanup underway as strong tornado hits Chicago suburbs. Senate to take procedural vote on voting rights bill tomorrow. Supreme Court rules against NCAA.
The government of Sri Lanka is using COVID-19 as a pre-text to assert control over ethnic minority populations. This is particularly troubling because the government has a history of atrocity crime. The leaders of the country today are they very same people responsible for war crimes and crimes against humanity committed against ethnic tamils 11 ye…
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Supreme Court rejects NCAA's tight limits on athletes' benefits, how the tight labor market is giving the upper hand to American workers and how to make the most of your Amazon returns.By Gordon Deal
North Korea has revised its highest law of the land. Erasing, at least on paper, its goal of overthrowing South Korea's government by inciting revolution. Experts are debating what the changes mean.By NPR
New York City holds its mayoral primary, today, one of the highest profile elections since the presidential election and a super visible test of ranked-choice voting. Closing messages in the last days touched on police violence, public safety, economic recovery and more. We spoke with Emma Fitzsimmons, City Hall Bureau Chief for the New York Times,…
Where do you come from? It's a question that immigrant communities of color get asked constantly. But the answer is often not simply about a place on a map. It can be tied to identity, immigration, career, family... and even food. In this episode from NPR's audio and video series Where We Come From, New York Times food writer Priya Krishna tackles …
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COVID-19 deaths have surpassed half a million in Brazil. Over the weekend, thousands of Brazilians took to the streets to protest President Jair Bolsonaro’s pandemic response. Today on Front Burner, how will Brazil find its way out of this crisis?
Southeast hit by Tropical Storm Claudette, growing concern over Covid delta variant and Supreme Court’s unanimous ruling against NCAA.By NBC News
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Five opposition candidates for November's presidential election have been arrested in recent weeks.By BBC World Service
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Hundreds Of BLM Looters Have Charges Dropped, Liberals Are Fleeing To Red States And Voting Democrat. As the NYC mayoral race heats up crime has become the number one issues. But Democrats and progressives keep defending and cutting loose blm rioters and antifa who have terrorized the working class in major cities This causes liberals to flee to re…
Millions of Ethiopians have been voting in delayed parliamentary and regional elections, with nearly a fifth of constituencies not taking part due to insecurity. Opposition parties have complained that their observers at some polling stations have been denied access and beaten. No poll took place in the entire northern region of Tigray, where civil…
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Listen, Subscribe, Share the show with friends, Donate. Help us keep this train rollin! Share and subscribe. The Propaganda Report Podcast: DNB: The Big Lie About The Big Lie. Total Surveillance, Total Control, All The Time. & Fentanyl-Laced Marijuana Poses Deadly Threat The Propaganda Report – Take a deep dive beneath the surface the story (thepro…
Millions of Ethiopians are voting in twice-postponed parliamentary and regional elections, with nearly 20 percent of constituencies not taking part due to insecurity. Some opposition parties are boycotting the poll. No election is taking place in the northern region of Tigray, where civil war erupted in November, leading to a humanitarian crisis.Al…
John Guydon joins the podcast to help us navigate the uncomfortable topic of racism in America, the antiracism industry that’s incentivizing victimhood, and how to overcome people’s limiting beliefs about skin color. John is an entrepreneur, author, public speaker, and documentarian. Check out his TedX Talk here https://youtu.be/CxEuHNtxe2Y and fol…
Tropical Depression Claudette leaves 13 dead in Alabama, can Democrats embrace diversity of views, and Virginia man to row 24 hours straight to raise awareness, funds for Alzheimer's association.By Gordon Deal
How Billionaires Pay Millions to Hide Trillions – Chuck Collins Chuck Collins, a member of Patriotic Millionaires, has unraveled how the super-rich use the wealth defense industry to gain power in its efforts to hoard and hide their clients’ assets. As a result, it becomes a parasitical appendage on the real productive economy, extracting rents and…
The "Unfriendly" Dictator of Belarus With the forced landing of a Ryanair flight and the arrest of a right-wing opposition figure, President Alexander Lukashenko became enemy #2 of the West (after Putin, of course). Western hypocrisy and Russophobia doesn’t make Lukashenko “anti-imperialist,” any less brutal, and certainly not socialist. Paul Jay i…
Kofi Hope and Zahra Ebrahim, co-founders of Monumental and part of a team leading the AllOut campaign, join “This Matters” to talk about the systemic barriers that lead to a lack of representation of racialized communities in the Canadian outdoors, how this fuels damaging stereotypes and the growing movement to get more Indigenous, Black and people…
Millions of Ethiopians have cast their vote in a much anticipated and delayed election. But the Electoral Commission has expressed concerns over access to observers; Guinea is finally declared free of Ebola after fighting off the latest outbreak with a record-low number of infections and deaths. And ECOWAS leaders meet to discuss a common strategy …
On today's Bulwark Podcast, Amb. Eric Edelman joins Charlie Sykes to discuss Biden's G7 summit, Pakistan's relationship with China and the United States, and how the current insanity might be a result of "contact lunacy." Special Guest: Eric Edelman.By The Bulwark
On this week’s episode of The Waves, Slate senior writer and host of Outward Christina Cauterucci and Julia Craven, Slate staff writer covering race, politics, and health disparities, talk about one woman: Kyrsten Sinema. From her wardrobe to her position on the filibuster, Sinema has been in the news a lot recently. The hosts talk about the Arizon…
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Spectators will have to wear masks and follow social distancing measures. But events will be behind closed doors if coronavirus infections surge. Also: The Swedish government loses a vote of confidence for the first time in history, and a declassified report into UFO’s in America.By BBC World Service
Tornadoes hit Illinois and Alabama. 10 dead in Alabama highway crash. Iran's new president says he won't negotiate. CBS News Correspondent Steve Kathan has today's World News Roundup.
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Robin Wright, U.S. Institute for Peace Distinguished Fellow, about what the results of Friday's elections in Iran mean for on-going efforts to reenergize the Iran Deal.By NPR
News wrap @ morning, 21 June 2021
Federal Green Party Leader Annamie Paul made allegations of racism and sexism against some inside her own party after a tumultuous week that saw a potential challenge to her leadership and a Green MP leave to join the Liberals. With a possible federal election looming, CBC’s Rosemary Barton and David Thurton join us to explain what this all means f…