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Chicago's Morning Answer is the only morning radio program in Chicago that covers all of the stories that matter, from Washington to Springfield, from politics to culture. Hosted by Dan Proft, one the sharpest political minds in Illinois, and Amy Jacobson, an award-winning journalist, Chicago's Morning Answer brings you what you need to know ever morning from 5-9am on AM 560 The Answer. http://560TheAnswer.com http://morninganswerchicago.com
 
Don't have time for a full news hour? Listen to the PBS NewsHour, segment by segment. Our full coverage of politics, science, arts, health, national and international news is included in this feed in easy-to-digest 5 to 10 minute segments. Segments are published each night by 9 p.m. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full show, Brooks and Capehart, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. ...
 
MindHack is a podcast by Cody McLain that seeks to break down the routines, habits, mindset, and ideologies of successful people, scientific studies, and popular books. This is a self-help podcast dedicating to finding out the keys to success, happiness, and limitless productivity.
 
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AVIATE with Shaesta

Shaesta Waiz, Michael Wildes

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AVIATE with Shaesta brings some of the most interesting female aviators together- trailblazers, record-setters, mothers, adventurers, entrepreneurs- to have honest conversations about what it means to be a woman in aviation. Join Shaesta Waiz, the Youngest Woman to Fly Solo Around the World, as she goes around the world (via a podcast) and connects with the industry to have honest conversations about being a woman in aviation. AVIATE, which stands for Acknowledge, Vocalize, Inclusion, Act, T ...
 
Starting March 7, 2010 - join us at our new branded network channel http://blogtalkradio.com/favecrafts. Enjoy the archived Inspired at Home Radio episodes here. Hosted by BlogTalkRadio FEATURED HOST Tiffany Windsor, this creative lifestyle program treats listeners to lively conversation including creative tips, project ideas, product reviews and creative lifestyle interviews. It's all about ideas for living a creative life!
 
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0:00 - She gone - Liz “Lincoln” Cheney loses her primary 10:05 - THE GREAT DISINTEGRATION: Big City Crime Heads to North Shore 27:37 - Mike Rowe on IRS expansion and growth reduction act (Fox & Friends) 46:32 - Founder & Principal Broker for HealthInsuranceMentors.com, C. Steven Tucker, explains the prescription benefits in the Inflation Reduction …
 
In our news wrap Tuesday, former President Trump called for the release of an affidavit supporting the search of his Florida estate, but the Justice Department said that would impair its investigation. Also, first lady Jill Biden tests positive for COVID, Kenya's opposition presidential candidate rejected the election results, and the FDA allows mi…
 
Primary elections are taking place Tuesday in Wyoming and Alaska as voters decide whether to back GOP incumbents who have criticized former President Trump. Polls show Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney trailing a Trump-backed challenger as Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska tries to hold on. Also, former Gov. Sarah Palin is running for a U.S. House seat with Trum…
 
President Biden on Tuesday signed the Democrats' Inflation Reduction Act into law. The massive economic, climate and health care package comes after more than a year of negotiations among Democrats in Congress and the White House and caps off a summer of legislative successes. Lisa Desjardins joins Judy Woodruff to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supporte…
 
For the second time in a week, there were mysterious explosions in Russian-occupied Crimea. A Russian ammunition depot blew up Tuesday in the peninsula's northeast, less than a week after explosions destroyed multiple Russian jets at the Saki air base. Ukraine has not officially taken responsibility. This as violence continues near a Zaporizhzhia n…
 
Violence continues near Europe's largest power plant in Ukraine, the nuclear facility at Zaporizhzhia, as Russian and Ukrainian officials continue to trade accusations over who's to blame. Sola Talabi, an adjunct professor and nuclear engineer with nearly two decades in the nuclear power industry, joins Nick Schifrin to delve into the risks and dan…
 
More Americans died from drug overdoses last year than ever before. And while deaths are up across nearly every demographic since the start of the pandemic, there's been an especially alarming spike in overdose deaths among Black Americans. John Yang reports from St. Louis on the growing public health crisis. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://…
 
The federal government on Tuesday announced a second round of water restrictions to states that depend on the Colorado River Basin. The move comes as the American West faces unprecedented challenges to preserve water that continues to recede rapidly. Jennifer Pitt, Colorado River program director for the National Audubon Society, joins Stephanie Sy…
 
David Bornstein is co-founder of the Solutions Journalism Network, a group that works with news organizations to produce rigorous reporting on responses to social problems. The goal is to "rebalance the news" to provide people a sense of investment and communities with the information they need to participate in a healthy democracy. Here's his Brie…
 
0:00 - Amy returns from college drop off 13:10 - John Solomon on Hannity: FBI overcollected during raid 30:03 - Disband the CDC now? 46:50 - Dan & Amy react to LGB dropping the T 01:03:50 - Jason Hill, professor of philosophy at Depaul university, responds to Persecuting a Pro-Israel Scholar. Be sure to check out Jason’s most recent book What Do Wh…
 
In our news wrap Monday, former President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani is now a target of a criminal investigation in Georgia involving the 2020 election, China's military launched new drills around Taiwan, William Ruto won Kenya's presidential election, Brittney Griner appealed her prison sentence, India marked 75 years of independence fr…
 
It was a year ago on Monday that the Taliban completed its conquest of Afghanistan, capturing Kabul and sending the nation into yet another spiral of turmoil after the chaotic withdrawal of the U.S. and NATO allies. Now, one year on, we begin a series looking back at life under Taliban rule with the plight of Afghan women and girls, whose freedoms …
 
Seven of the Republican House members who voted to impeach former President Trump have already retired or lost their primary races. There has not been a more vocal GOP critic of Trump than Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, and she is now facing an uphill battle to retain her seat in Congress. Laura Barrón-López traveled to Wyoming to speak with voters ahead…
 
NPR's Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report with Amy Walter join Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest political news, including this week's closely watched primary elections, President Biden prepares to sign the Inflation Reduction Act, and the continuing fallout from the FBI search of former President Trump's home. PBS NewsHour i…
 
As students and teachers across the U.S. prepare to head back to school, the CDC is relaxing its COVID-19 guidelines. It marks a significant shift in how the nation approaches the pandemic as the new guidance prioritizes keeping kids in class. But some health experts worry the agency has gone too far. Julia Raifman, who leads the COVID-19 U.S. Stat…
 
Three days after being repeatedly stabbed onstage as he was preparing to give a lecture, author Salman Rushdie is recovering while the man accused of attacking him has been charged with attempted murder. Ayad Akhtar, a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and novelist and president of PEN America, joins Jeffrey Brown to discuss Rushdie's life, work an…
 
0:00 - The Raid, but don’t call it a Raid 5:49 - Dan unlocks the “Secrets of Mar-a-Lago” 23:38 - Dan shares the new New PBR PAC TV and radio ads focusing on Public Safety 44:50 - Former Chief Asst. U.S. Attorney & Contributing Editor at National Review and author of Ball of Collusion: The Plot to Rig an Election and Destroy a Presidency, Andrew McC…
 
Congressional Democrats are celebrating a landmark legislative victory after passing the Inflation Reduction Act, which President Biden is set to sign into law this week. Meanwhile, the Justice Department is investigating Donald Trump for potentially violating the Espionage Act after classified documents were found in his home. Special corresponden…
 
In our news wrap Sunday, online threats against federal officials are increasing after the FBI's search of Trump's home, a man drove into a Capitol barrier and died in an apparent suicide, a Palestinian gunman opened fire on a bus in Jerusalem, author Salman Rushdie is "on the road to recovery" after being stabbed in New York, and Freya the walrus …
 
This summer has seen record-high temperatures around the world, but the damaging effects of heat do not stop at the water's edge. In Europe, the Mediterranean Sea has been experiencing elevated temperatures since May, with deadly consequences for delicate underwater ecosystems. Ali Rogin reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/n…
 
"A League of Their Own" quickly became a cult classic after its initial release in 1992. Now, 30 years after the film based on the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League premiered in theaters, the Rockford Peaches are coming back to screens. Abbi Jacobson, co-creator and star of the new Prime Video series "A League of Their Own," joins Geo…
 
In our news wrap Saturday, a Trump attorney told the Justice Department that all classified documents had been returned, the Southern Baptist Convention's handling of sexual abuse claims is under investigation, Salman Rushdie's alleged attacker is charged with attempted murder, Sen. Sinema's campaign donations from Wall Street come under scrutiny, …
 
The Trump administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policy separated over 5,000 children from their parents, with no tracking process or records that would allow them to be reunited. Atlantic staff writer Caitlin Dickerson joins Geoff Bennett to discuss her investigation into the policy. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newsho…
 
This month marks one year since the U.S. withdrawal of military forces from Afghanistan, leading to the evacuation of tens of thousands of Afghan nationals since last August. Now, one teen refugee is pursuing her musical dreams thanks to a guitar donated through a youth-led organization in Phoenix. PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs' Alexis Schmid…
 
Stress levels shot up in the spring of 2020 and for a lot of people, they never came back down. Best-selling author Sophia Nelson has a new self-care book aimed at offering some help during the pandemic, "Be The One You Need: 21 Life Lessons I Learned While Taking Care of Everyone but Me." She joins Geoff Bennett to discuss. PBS NewsHour is support…
 
A federal judge on Friday unsealed and made public the search warrant for former President Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate. A review of the warrant reveals that the FBI collected more than 20 boxes of items, including some material classified as top secret. Sadie Gurman of The Wall Street Journal and Renato Mariotti, a former federal prosecutor, join Jud…
 
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