×
National Center For State Courts public
[search 0]
×
Best National Center For State Courts podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best National Center For State Courts podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
Join millions of Player FM users today to get news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the free podcast app that refuses to compromise. Let's play!
Join the world's best podcast app to manage your favorite shows online and play them offline on our Android and iOS apps. It's free and easy!
More
show episodes
 
C
Court Talk
Monthly
 
Court Talk is a podcast from the National Center for State Courts, which focuses on the intersection between courts and current events.Tune in each month as we bring you a new episode on the latest happenings in courts.
 
The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer: The command center for breaking news, politics and extraordinary reports from around the world. The Situation Room airs weekdays 5p-7p eastern on CNN. In this podcast you will get the 6p-7p hour Monday through Friday. CNN.com/TheSituationRoom
 
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 and Scams, Consumer Advocacy, World News, US News, Crime, Economic News, Editorial and Opinion, Education, He ...
 
H
Here & Now
Daily
 
NPR and WBUR's live midday news program
 
The Solomon Success podcast is dedicated to the timeless wisdom of King Solomon and the Book of Proverbs in order to maximize one’s business and life. To our advantage, we can find King Solomon’s financial strategies in addition to many life philosophies documented in biblical scriptures. Focusing on these enduring fundamentals of success allows us to bypass the “get-rich-quick” schemes that cause many to stumble on their journey toward success. Our concern is not only spiritual in nature, b ...
 
Local news from WFIU and WTIU
 
Loading …
show series
 
Dems concerned about McConnell's WH impeachment coordination, Supreme court, to hear Trump appeal to block subpoenas for his financial records, Trump open to "long or short" Senate trial as his lawyers warn of danger in extended proceeding, Judiciary cmte approves impeachment articles in party-line vote, WSJ: Trump asked Giuliani "what did you ...…
 
Interfaith Sanctuary is hosting their 14th annual Xtreme Holiday Xtravaganza at the Egyptian Theater in downtown Boise on December 22 or 23. The fundraiser helps keep the lights on and the shelter open 24/7. We learn about the event and the homeless shelter's needs this year.By Frankie Barnhill
 
The Idaho House will have a new leader in the 2020 legislative session. Mat Erpelding resigned from his position as House Minority Leader and his District 19 seat in Boise last week, and has taken a new role as a lobbyist for the Boise Chamber of Commerce. Idaho Matters talks with the former Democratic lawmaker about his decision to leave elect ...…
 
This week’s Reporter Roundtable panel of Rebecca Boone with the Associated Press, Mike Sharpe from KIVI and Nicole Foy of the Idaho Statesman talk you through the biggest headlines from the week. On tap? Higher education tuition freezes, new numbers of sexual victimization in juvenile detention facilities, mental health on social media for teen ...…
 
History was made this month in Tucson, Arizona, when Regina Romero was sworn in as mayor. She's the city's first woman and the first Latina mayor. Host Peter O'Dowd talks to her about her plans to address immigration issues in Tucson. Also, the Trump administration is proposing to loosen rules protecting the Tongass National Forest by allowing ...…
 
Like so many young American couples, Chris Ingraham and his wife Briana were having a difficult time making ends meet as they tried to raise their twin boys in the East Coast suburbs. One day, Chris – in his role as a “data guy” reporter at the Washington Post – stumbled on a study that would change his life. It was a ranking of America’s 3,000 ...…
 
Sports Illustrated named soccer star Megan Rapinoe sportsperson of the year this week, making her only the fourth woman to receive the award. Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd spoke with Rapinoe on the sidelines of the Massachusetts Conference for Women. And, Kentucky Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear joins us to discuss his decision to restore voting right ...…
 
Presidents of each of Idaho’s public, four-year colleges and universities say there will be no tuition increases for in-state, undergraduate students next year.By James Dawson
 
This segment originally aired July 18, 2019. What happens when you give organic produce to pregnant women for six months? Until now, no one had tried it. A new Boise State study shows women who ate organic produce had lower pesticide metabolites in their urine than women who ate regular fruits and vegetables. Gemma Gaudette digs into the study.…
 
This segment originally aired July 15, 2019. Comic Con is a multi-day event that will bring thousands of fans to San Diego this week. To be asked to be a speaker is a high honor and this year Treasure Valley author Devri Walls has been asked to talk about how she creates fantastic villains in her books . Idaho Matters talks to Devri about Comic ...…
 
It's election day in the U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson called the early election hoping the results will give him enough support to get his Brexit deal passed. We get the latest from NPR's Frank Langfitt in London. Also, Andrew Rice, contributing editor of New York Magazine, takes a deep look at Attorney General William Barr and his role in ...…
 
Half a century ago, Sheila Nutt was part of the first wave of African American women Pan American World Airways hired as stewardesses. Host Lisa Mullins talks with Nutt, Newton resident and former Pan Am flight attendant. Also, this year marks the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci's death. Reporter Anna Bensted climbed windswept Monte Cece ...…
 
Solar panel owners may soon get credited less for the excess power they produce.By Molly Wampler
 
Idaho’s senior senator, Mike Crapo (R), has blocked a bill that would impose economic sanctions on any country found to be meddling in U.S. elections.By James Dawson
 
House Democrats starting move toward vote on impeachment articles; Judiciary Committee to begin debate on impeachment articles shortly; Pelosi, Nadler: House to vote separately on each article; Senate shifting away from witnesses in impeachment trial; Trump adviser: Coverage of impeachment "bugs him"; Trump adviser: "I think he's been preparing ...…
 
Here & Now resident chef Kathy Gunst joins hosts Robin Young and Tonya Mosley with her list of favorite cookbooks of 2019. Also, scientists are armed with the facts about climate change, but too often they're not equipped with the words to express the gravity. That's where Andri Magnason, one of Iceland's premiere environmentalists, shines. Her ...…
 
This segment originally aired February 7, 2019. Cordi and Joe Atkinson have been caring for birds of prey for nearly four decades. From hunting with falcons to rehabilitating injured eagles, the Atkinsons have become the faces of predatory bird preservation. The Atkinsons join Idaho Matters to discuss their work and the role the birds play in t ...…
 
This segment originally aired July 17, 2019. In 1969 , sending lunar astronauts to Idaho’s Craters of the Moon National Monument seemed like a no brainer. Its barren rock and surreal landscape were good practice for pilots headed to the moon. But it turns out NASA had a bigger goal in mind when it sent astronauts to Idaho. Idaho Matters explore ...…
 
This segment originally aired November 12, 2019. Every year, Idaho Philanthropy Day honors companies, nonprofits and individuals for their philanthropic efforts. There is also a category for youth engagement. Idaho Matters talks with three extraordinary young people who have done a lot to support nonprofit work, all while keeping up with their ...…
 
This segment originally aired October 3, 2019. In three weeks, Boise Police Chief Bill Bones will retire from his position after 27 years with the department. Idaho Matters talks to Chief Bones for an "exit interview" about his time with the BPD, his thoughts on changes in the department over the years, what he's looking forward to in retiremen ...…
 
One of Iceland's largest fisheries is proving it's possible to prioritize environmental friendly practices and remain profitable. Host Robin Young visited Brim Fisheries, one of Iceland's largest, to find out how they're doing it. And, Afghanistan veteran Jason Dempsey responds to The Washington Post's reporting that revealed the U.S. governmen ...…
 
Liberal groups are making a last-ditch effort to stop a controversial nominee to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which is the last stop for Idaho court cases before they’re appealed to the Supreme Court. If confirmed, this would continue the rightward shift of the once reliably liberal court.By Heath Druzin
 
Every December for the past 12 years, the Boise Bicycle Project teams up with local nonprofits to gather applications for the Holiday Kids Bike Giveaway.By Tess Goodwin
 
The U.S. Supreme Court this week declined to take up a case from Texas where a transgender inmate sued the state for sex reassignment surgery, which could have implications for a similar case out of Idaho.By James Dawson
 
Judiciary Committee to take up impeachment articles tomorrow; Sources: Growing divide between Trump and McConnell over impeachment trial; Trump heading to rally after impeachment articles unveiled; Trump meets with Russian foreign minister in Oval Office; White House: Trump warned Russian foreign minister against U.S. election interference; Sou ...…
 
When Topher Jones was in 5th grade, his class raised sockeye salmon to learn about the endangered species. The lesson inspired the driven student to make a difference and help save the sockeye. Idaho Matters talks with the 11-year-old founder of the Lonesome Larry Project , which sells socks to support research and conservation of the fish.…
 
In a new survey conducted by Boise State University researchers, residents of the Treasure Valley indicated that growth and traffic congestion were primary areas of concern. Idaho Matters talks with political scientist Jeff Lyons of Boise State about the survey, and how it might be used to influence decision makers and elected officials.…
 
Every year the Boise Bicycle Project helps grant underprivileged children the wish of owning their own bike. They refurbish old bikes donated to the nonprofit and then hand them out to children who request them. This year they've received more than 700 requests, which is 200 more than they expected. Now, they're asking the community to help the ...…
 
In Iceland, scientists are using new technology to capture carbon emissions and inject them into basalt deposits. Some scientists are calling it a potential solution to the global climate crisis. Also, the Millennium School in San Francisco not only emphasizes subjects like math and language arts, but also students' emotional well-being. David ...…
 
Our climate change series from Iceland begins with a look at the connection between tourism and the climate crisis. A tourism boom on the island nation has increased carbon emissions and environmental degradation. Also, House investigators unveiled articles of impeachment against Trump, charging the president with abuse of power and obstruction ...…
 
Democratic counsel: Trump put personal interests above nation's to help his re-election efforts; Democratic counsel: Trump launched an "unprecedented campaign of obstruction of Congress"; Top Republican slams "focus group" impeachment as Democrats present their evidence against Trump; Representative Swalwell: We will move fairy and swiftly but ...…
 
Despite the hot economy, Dollar General continues to thrive due to a loyal customer base and an expansion strategy focused on rural areas that lack other retail options. We're joined by Jill Schlesinger, a business analyst for CBS News. Also, a report is expected to be released on Monday about the origin of the Russia investigation into the Tru ...…
 
Puppeteer Caroll Spinney died Sunday at the age of 85. For almost half a century Spinney played both Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch on "Sesame Street." We revisit Robin Young's conversation with Spinney from 2003. Also, many young people are going to college without the basic tools to be an adult. Now, some schools are offering "adulting" classe ...…
 
It's been nearly one year since Trump signed the 2018 farm bill, making it legal to grow industrial hemp in the U.S. for the first time in more than 50 years. Also, with just under a week to the U.K. elections, Jeremy Corbyn's Labour party falls short in the polls behind Boris Johnson's Conservatives. Corbyn is the most unpopular opposition lea ...…
 
Gentrification has touched almost every major city in the U.S., often arriving hand-in-hand with the displacement of longtime residents. We speak with WNYC's Matthew Schuerman, author of "Newcomers: Gentrification And Its Discontents" about the history of gentrification and the role that race plays. Also, in Miami, public transit activists are ...…
 
Schiff: Pelosi announcement a "significant milestone", Pelosi says "don't mess with me" when asked if she hates Trump, White House: Democrats have "abused power... lied to American people", Giuliani: evidence against Biden will "be released very soon", Trump administration negotiating United States-Mexico-Canada trade deal, house democrats on t ...…
 
If you're hosting a party this holiday season, Chef Kathy Gunst recommends impressing your guests with a festive meal of white bean and herb dip, lasagna and Prosecco poached pears with cranberries. This meal is totally satisfying, fully celebratory — and won't cost you an arm and a leg. Also, across the country, home prices are rising faster t ...…
 
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced on Thursday that Democrats would begin drafting articles of impeachment against President Trump. NPR's Tim Mak joins us for the latest on what this means and the White House response. And, Oscar-winning actor Eddie Redmayne talks about his new film, "The Aeronauts," which tells the true story of scientist Ja ...…
 
Trump called Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau "two-faced" after the Canadian leader was caught on video seeming to make fun of Trump at the NATO summit. Jane Harman, president and CEO of the Wilson Center, joins us to discuss. And, new documents obtained by our partners at STAT show that Purdue Pharma employees expressed concern over the ...…
 
Stocks tumbled, then partially rebounded, this week after once-promising trade talks with China stalled. Strong holiday spending has buoyed the economy while other lackluster indicators portend an uncertain future. NPR's Scott Horsley takes a close look at the economy. Also, we talk to Here & Now's transportation analyst Seth Kaplan about the " ...…
 
House Intelligence impeachment report: "Evidence of the president's misconduct is overwhelming"; House Intelligence report alleges Pence, Pompeo, Mulvaney, Perry knew or aided Ukraine scheme to benefit Trump; White House: Dem report "reads like the rambling of a basement blogger"; Schiff: Nunes conversations with Giuliani as shown in the phone ...…
 
Google is no longer allowing political campaigns to target specific people with their ads ahead of the 2020 election. For more on the change, we're joined by Vox reporter Emily Stewart. And, Queer Eye's Karamo Brown is kicking off a holiday fundraiser aimed at increasing access to diverse children's books. He joins us to discuss the program and ...…
 
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation was a bruising and dramatic partisan battle. In Ruth Marcus' new book, she describes how Kavanaugh ended up as the nominee when Justice Kennedy announced his retirement. Also, the rise of cheaply-produced clothing is adding to the global carbon footprint. About 60% of synthetic fabrics are ma ...…
 
House GOP report defends Trump against impeachment;Judiciary committee announces witnesses for first impeachment hearing; House Republicans defend Trump's actions in new 123-page report responding to impeachment inquiry; Republican report defends Trump's actions says no quid pro quo, threats or pressure; Trump arrives in London for NATO meeting ...…
 
As storms disrupt travel plans for millions of Americans after Thanksgiving, we take a look at how our furry (and scaly) friends react to storms, natural disasters and climate change with Steve Rinella, host of the Netflix show "MeatEater." And, Grammy-winning country star Trisha Yearwood talks about her new album, "Every Girl."…
 
American parents spend an average of $16,000 on child care annually, according to Brookings Institution research in 2017. We speak with The Atlantic's Derek Thompson about why child care costs are so high. Also, Washington state has vowed to speed up the testing of rape kit evidence. But after the testing, the backlog moves downstream to the po ...…
 
White House faces new deadline on impeachment; Terror suspect dead after London stabbing spree; At least three injured in Netherlands stabbing; Admin official: Don't expect Trump to participate in Wednesday impeachment hearing; Ukrainian officials trying to improve standing with Trump amid impeachment inquiry fallout; Trump allies fuel Ukraine ...…
 
The world is getting windier, according to a new study. Researchers analyzed decades of weather data and determined global wind speeds have risen dramatically over the past 10 years. The study says windfarm operators are likely to benefit from the uptick in wind speeds since faster wind means more efficient wind turbines. Also, host Jeremy Hobs ...…
 
Trump to speak with servicemembers amid pentagon tensions; Ousted Navy chief torches Trump & behavior in op-ed; Fired Navy chief: Trump has "little understanding" of military; Trump calls pentagon "deep state" amid military backlash; Trump tries distancing himself from Giuliani on Ukraine actions; Analysis: The precipitous fall of America's May ...…
 
Google login Twitter login Classic login