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For months, the U.S. government has been quietly collecting information on hundreds of thousands of coronavirus cases across the country. Today, we tell the story of how The Times got hold of that data, and what it says about the nation’s outbreak. Plus: a conversation with three U.S. astronauts aboard the International Space Station. Guests: Robert Gebeloff, a reporter for The New York Times specializing in data analysis. Bob Behnken, Doug Hurley and Chris Cassidy, NASA astronauts aboard the International Space Station. For more information on today’s episode, visit  Background reading: The C.D.C. figures provide the fullest and most extensive look yet at the racial inequity of the coronavirus.A Times analysis published in late May found that Democrats were far more likely to live in counties that had been ravaged by the virus, while Republicans were more likely to live in counties that had been relatively unscathed.A team of New York Times journalists is also working to track every coronavirus case in the United States, and The Times has made its data open to the public.
What President Trump’s divisive speech at Mount Rushmore reveals about his re-election campaign. Guest: Maggie Haberman, who covers the White House for The New York Times. For more information on today’s episode, visit  Background reading: Missteps by a fractured campaign and a series of self-inflicted wounds added up to a very bad June for President Trump.In speeches at the White House and Mount Rushmore last weekend, the president promoted a version of the “American carnage” vision from his inaugural address.
Infection rates broke records across the United States over the holiday weekend, with many of the most severe surges in areas that reopened fastest. One thing that seems to have played a factor: transmission indoors, such as in restaurants and bars. We break down the risk, and look at what else scientists have learned about the coronavirus and how it spreads. Guest: Donald G. McNeil Jr., a science and health reporter for The New York Times. For more information on today’s episode, visit  Background reading: Many scientists have been saying for months that the coronavirus lingers in the air indoors, infecting those nearby. But the World Health Organization has been slow to agree.Black and Latino residents of the United States are nearly twice as likely to die from Covid-19 as their white neighbors, according to new data that provides the most comprehensive look yet at coronavirus patients in America.
One Friday night, a young woman headed out with friends in Reykjavik, Iceland, for a night on the town. She left the bar in the wee hours of the morning, meandering down the street. Then -- she disappeared. What unfolded in the weeks ahead would shake this tight-knit country to its very core. Sources for this episode cannot be listed due to character limitations. For a full list of sources please visit: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Russell Peters is an actor and stand up comedian. His latest stand up special "Deported" is now available on Amazon Prime.
James Lindsay is an author, mathematician, and political commentator. His latest book, co-authored with Helen Pluckrose, Cynical Theories: How Activist Scholarship Made Everything about Race, Gender, and Identity―and Why This Harms Everybody will be available on August 25, 2020.
Josh Barnett is a mixed martial artist and professional wrestler who competes in the Heavyweight division of Bellator.
Tik Tok drama has never made us feel so old but it's so fucking funny (2:16 - 6:47). Patrick Mahomes got PAID. We discuss the contract and the future of the Chiefs and how much Mitch Trubisky will get paid (6:47 - 29:12). Hot Seat/Cool Throne include Jake Marsh breaking down wild Mahomes stats and PFT thinks he can be an NFL kicker (29:12 - 46:11). Reds pitcher Trevor Bauer joins the show to talk about baseball coming back. how the testing is going, and his feud with Scott Boras (46:11 - 73:55). Segments include PR 101 for DeSean Jackson, Mt Rushmore of offensive trademarks Dan Snyder tried to claim were worse than the Redskins and Guys on Chicks.
This week we're breaking down Branch Closing and we have a lot to cover. We have to start by mentioning this is the episode that spawned the famous Michael Scott "This Is The Worst" meme, we dig into those Angela and Roy flirtations, and get into the intricacies of low-pony tails. Then, we get a great fan catch at David Wallace's house, and we find out Jim is coming back to Scranton. Finally, we couldn't say goodbye to Josh Porter without bringing on the amazing Charles Esten (Outer Banks on Netflix). Charles gives us his The Office origin story, talks about his family's love of the show, and gives us inside info about his last scenes with Andy (Ed Helms).
The President commemorates July 4th with a racist speech at Mt. Rushmore, the Biden and Trump campaigns focus on the pandemic response, and Senate Republicans weigh distancing themselves from Trump as they fall behind their Democratic challengers in the polls.
Actor Tom Hanks feels grand about being Conan O’Brien’s friend.   Tom sits down with Conan to talk about recovering from COVID-19 in Australia, writing the screenplay for his new WWII-era film Greyhound, and the first thing he ever saw on YouTube.   Got a question for Conan? Call our voicemail: (323) 451-2821. For Conan videos, tour dates and more visit
Colin Kaepernick cashes in on wokeness once again; crime surges as Democrats focus on blaming everyone else; and covid-19 panic sets in even as deaths continue to plateau. Get your signed copy of How to Destroy America in Three Easy Steps here => If you like The Ben Shapiro Show, become a member TODAY with promo code: SHAPIRO and enjoy the exclusive benefits for 10% off at This podcast is sponsored by Blinksale, the revolutionary invoicing software for contractors and small businesses. Spend less time billing and more time making bank with Blinksale! Free trial here =>
We’re back from a mini vacation and we dive into the Redskins name change, Joey Chestnut’s continued dominance, and Bryson DeChambeau getting swole and still being a weirdo (2:49 - 38:04). And then- The 5th annual Takey awards are here highlighting the strongest takes and general excellence in sports media for the 2019-2020 podcast season. Featuring appearances from Tommy Lasorda, Tommy Lasorda, Chris Hansen, Cassius Stanley, Hacksaw Jim Duggan, BIGTIME TOMMIE, Kato Kaelin, James Garretson From Tiger King, Butterbean, Kermit the Frog and Curt Schilling (38:04 - 105:11). Plus: Blake of the Year with phone calls to Brooks Koepka, Blake Griffin trying time defend his title, and Blake Bortles
The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by NBA insider Shams Charania to discuss the NBA restart, its implications for the 2021 salary cap, journalism in the Orlando bubble, and more (4:17). Then Bill talks with former editor in chief of The Hollywood Reporter, Matthew Belloni, about the short-form video platform Quibi, some of its missteps, and ways it could rally back (54:05).
The Trump Administration is pushing for K-12 schools to open this fall. They are also threatening to expel international students who are only being offered online courses by their universities. After a legal challenge, President Trump's niece, Mary Trump, will publish a tell-all family memoir next week. What does she have to say about her uncle's family secrets? Mexico's president meets President Trump at the White House to mark the USMCA.
In this Dateline classic, a terrifying mystery begins when 19-year-old Kenia Monge disappears after heading out to meet her friends. Months later, when Lydia Tillman survives a brutal attack nearby, it becomes clear that the two cases are connected. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on July 13, 2012.
In this Dateline classic, the investigation into the mysterious murder of a Spokane, WA businessman exposes a tangled web of evil that extends from the Pacific Northwest into the North Dakota oil patch. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on October 14, 2016.
Ginny flies to Arizona seeking justice. But will a jury decide what happened in Angel Valley was an accident or a crime? Support the show by supporting our sponsors! Simplisafe - Head to for free shipping and a 60 day money back guarantee. Best Fiends - Download Best Fiends FREE on the Apple App Store or Google Play. Wondery+ - Listen on Ad-Free
The cancel culture comes for liberals who decry the cancel culture; Halle Berry apologizes for acting; and Ilhan Omar makes clear once again she isn’t too fond of the United States. Get your signed copy of How to Destroy America in Three Easy Steps here => If you like The Ben Shapiro Show, become a member TODAY with promo code: SHAPIRO and enjoy the exclusive benefits for 10% off at This podcast is sponsored by Blinksale, the revolutionary invoicing software for contractors and small businesses. Spend less time billing and more time making bank with Blinksale! Free trial here =>
As monuments fall across America, Trump gives a barnburning speech in defense of American history at Mount Rushmore…and the media simply lie about it. Exciting news - Ben Shapiro’s new book is now available for presale! Order your copy today: If you like The Ben Shapiro Show, become a member TODAY with promo code: SHAPIRO and enjoy the exclusive benefits for 10% off at
Dr. Alan Levinovitz is an author and Associate Professor of Religion at James Madison University. His latest book Natural: How Faith in Nature's Goodness Leads to Harmful Fads, Unjust Laws, and Flawed Science is available now: Also look for his podcast SHIFT available at
We spend a month at a Jeep dealership on Long Island as they try to make their monthly sales goal: 129 cars. If they make it, they'll get a huge bonus from the manufacturer, possibly as high as $85,000 — enough to put them in the black for the month. If they don't make it, it'll be the second month in a row. So they pull out all the stops.
This week’s hometowns include a death on a plane and a ghost town (on fire).
From 1764 to 1767, a strange creature terrorized a mountainous French region called the Gévaudan. But though myths and stories surrounding the “Beast” are still around to this day, nobody knows what exactly was roaming through the area…  To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit
Tom Segura and Bert Kreischer start off this episode of 2 Bears, 1 Cave by eating Krispy Kreme donuts. They give Russell Peters a call to discuss Hinduism, which Bert is interested in possibly joining. They also discuss how often they brush their teeth, celebrities with fake teeth and fake hair, planking, Trinidad James, and Bert's daily caloric intake. Bert and Nadav also talk out their differences.
Literally no one is surprised that Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has contracted COVID, and how Sweden’s terrible response could help us move past the broken debate about reopening our economy. Mysterious explosions at military sites in Iran. Garbage right-wing outlets publish fake news by fake people. Joe Biden’s diplomatic style. China’s legal crackdown on Hong Kong. Neo-Nazis infiltrate the German military. And then Ben talks to Cecila Muñoz, former head of the White House Domestic Policy Council, about Trump's latest heinous efforts to restrict immigration and what the next administration will have to do to change course - and about her new book, "More than Ready."
As coronavirus cases are surging, Miami-Dade County is rolling back reopening measures. But Florida's Governor is downplaying the spike in cases. The economy is starting to bounce back, but those gains could be jeopardized by a new surge of coronavirus infections. Economists at Goldman Sachs say requiring people to wear face masks could slow the spread of the virus, without taking a heavy toll on business. President Trump has struggled to articulate his second-term agenda. Pollsters say that strategy could backfire.
In 2006 Rey Rivera was found dead at the Belvedere Hotel in Baltimore. Did he die by suicide, or was something more sinister at play? Sources for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Brazil has a long, distinguished history of successfully navigating public health crises. But in recent weeks, it has emerged as one of the world’s most severe coronavirus hot spots, second only to the United States. What went wrong?  Guest: Ernesto Londoño, The Times’s Brazil bureau chief For more information on today’s episode, visit  Background reading: Here’s an overview of what you need to know about the coronavirus in Brazil.The country’s pioneering responses to past health crises, including AIDS and Zika, won global praise.
The KGB was the notorious strong arm of the Kremlin. Run afoul and you died. Learn all about them today. Learn more about your ad-choices at
I said, “Ask Me Anything,” and the Unlocking Us community came through with the tough questions. To be honest, I thought I’d get some easy, fun ones—but no, all deep-end questions. In fact, we had hundreds and hundreds of tough, smart, thoughtful questions submitted, and in today’s episode I answer five of them. We cover ‘fake news,’ disappointment vs self-pity, religion and shame, when something is shame-worthy, and we’re just getting started.
Ginny and her daughter Kirby attend an event featuring self-help superstar James Arthur Ray. Ginny has some concerns about him, but Kirby is drawn in. She spends her life savings to travel for a week-long event in the desert. But when things turn deadly, Ginny is left to figure out what went wrong. Support the show by supporting our sponsors! Simplisafe - Head to for free shipping and a 60 day money back guarantee. Best Fiends - Download Best Fiends FREE on the Apple App Store or Google Play. Wondery+ - Listen on Ad-Free
When Detective Ross Diskin first arrives in Angel Valley in Sedona, he wonders if what he’s seeing is the result of a mass suicide . Now, his search for answers will take him from Angel Valley into James’ history. And it will lead him back to one particularly famous talk show host. Support the show by supporting our sponsors! Simplisafe - Head to for free shipping and a 60 day money back guarantee. Best Fiends - Download Best Fiends FREE on the Apple App Store or Google Play. Wondery+ - Listen on Ad-Free
Barbara Freese is an author, environmental attorney and a former Minnesota assistant attorney general. Her latest book Industrial-Strength Denial is now available:
Author Larry Tye chronicles Sen. Joseph McCarthy's infamous smear campaign in a new book, 'Demagogue.' He says both McCarthy and President Trump are "bullies" who exploit fears and "point fingers when they're attacked."Book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews the novel 'Want' by Lynn Steger Strong.
Karen and Georgia cover the murder of Larry Peyton and Beverly Allan, and Edmund Creffield and the Brides of Christ Church aka the Holy Rollers.
Eight rounds. Scalding fire rocks. Oppressive heat. What happened to Kirby and the other participants at “Spiritual Warrior”? Support the show by supporting our sponsors! Simplisafe - Head to for free shipping and a 60 day money back guarantee. Best Fiends - Download Best Fiends FREE on the Apple App Store or Google Play. Wondery+ - Listen on Ad-Free
Emily Mortimer (Lars and the Real Girl, Shutter Island, The Newsroom) is an English actress and screenwriter. Emily chats with the Armchair Expert about her newfound realization of her social anxiety, her mother’s patronization and overcoming a lazy eye in her first big movie. Dax wonders what it’s like working for Aaron Sorkin and Emily Is forced to define many British words. The two talk about the power of delivering a message via horror movie and Emily talks about her early nepotistic start in show business.
The crew considers various strategies that President Trump and Republicans could use to improve their electoral prospects this fall -- ranging from a new running mate to a vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Russillo shares his thoughts on Patrick Mahomes’s massive contract (2:38), before talking with president of Quarterback Takeover, Quincy Avery, about his winding path to training some of the top college and NFL QBs including DeShaun Watson, Jalen Hurts, Justin Fields, and more (14:55). Then Ryen debuts a new segment titled “Ryen vs. The Internet” and answers a listener-submitted "Life Advice" question before signing off (51:40).
Bill and Bert prattle about elective procedures, learning from gold diggers, and a call to Bobby Kelly.
Not long after his sixteenth birthday, Fred Clay was arrested for the murder of a cab driver in Boston. Eventually, Fred was found guilty — but only after police and prosecutors used questionable psychological techniques to single him out as the killer. This week on Hidden Brain, we go back four decades to uncover the harm that arises when flawed ideas from psychology are used to determine that a teenager should spend the rest of his life behind bars.
David Duke wasn’t content being a state representative. He wanted to go national, and in 1990 he expanded his base of white voters to try to attain that goal. In Episode 4 of Slow Burn: How David Duke made himself a political sensation—and the message that his supporters sent when they cast their ballots. Season 4 of Slow Burn is produced by Josh Levin and Christopher Johnson. Mixing by Paul Mounsey. Slow Burn’s production assistant is Madeline Ducharme and Sophie Summergrad is the podcast’s assistant producer. Slate Plus members get bonus episodes of Slow Burn and ad-free podcast feeds. Sign up now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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On the second episode of That's the Ticket, Dan and Alyssa talk through Biden's pledge to select a woman as his running mate and how the candidacies of Geraldine Ferraro and Sarah Palin got us to where we are today. Then, Alyssa talks to writer Rebecca Traister about what media challenges the eventual nominee will face.
This week we're breaking down Diwali! And we couldn't even think about breaking down this episode without checking in with the amazing triple threat herself, Mindy Kaling! Mindy walks us through how she came to work on The Office, what it was like for her to be able to pitch and write Diwali, and explains why they cast her actual parents in this episode. Then Jenna and Angela dig into this episode even deeper covering Kevin's sweaty feet, and what went into filming and costuming the Diwali festivities. Finally, we connect with Jaysha Patel, who played one of Mindy's sisters and get her memories of filming this episode, why sushi and bottle service don't mix, and we end with a great BFF catch.
Bill rambles about serial killers, the Stanford Band, and wokeness.
Jon Stewart is a comedian, director, writer, producer, activist, and television host. He's the director fo the new film "Irresistible" that releases on June 26, 2020.
In this Dateline classic, after Cara Ryan shoots her ex-husband and accuses him of threatening to kill her, police question her motive. Ryan speaks out to Keith Morrison about the outcome of the stunning trial. Originally aired on NBC on May 12, 2017.
In her new Hulu series, 'Taste the Nation,' the 'Top Chef' host and executive producer explores the different cultures that contribute to American cuisine. Lakshmi spoke with Terry Gross about splitting her childhood between the U.S. and India, speaking out about sexual assault, and her early modeling career.
David and Jason discuss their childhoods, what it was like growing up, and if they ever ran away. Plus, David talks about his first big paycheck, Jason's first big break, embarrassing moments, and what it's really like being friends with Ilya.
In speeches, the president painted a picture of a divided America. Scientists examine other ways COVID-19 can spread. And, Israel is criticized for focusing on West Bank annexation rather than COVID-19.
The guys give an update on their health status, celebrate Cat's birthday and talk UFC 251 Kamaru Usman vs Jorge Masvidal, the Golden State Killer stories, John Gotti stories, Kanye West running for president and Tiffany Haddish's response, a politician showering naked on a Zoom call, a couch paraglider and much more! DraftKings - download DraftKings Sportsbook app and use code: FIGHTER Manscaped - code: FIGHTER20
The US now regularly sees days with more than 50,000 new cases of the coronavirus, up from the previous peak of 30 thousand a day in April. Florida is hard-hit.
Aron Snyder is the President at Kifaru international, and also the host of the KifaruCast podcast available on Apple Podcasts.
Your Father, Alexandra, gets deep this week and walks women through the wake-up call they all need. Stop clinging on to every little thing a men says to you and LOOK AT THE BIG PICTURE FACTS. If you viewed your dating life from a third party view.. what would you think of yourself? An episode EVERY woman needs to hear. Also, giving a huge tip for women that are having a hard time achieving an orgasm/ have never had one (wink wink ASMR porn). And, if you have a bad gag reflex, Alex is coming to the rescue with tricks of how to mask it. ENJOY #DADDYGANG
In this episode, I address the explosion in violence in New York City and in other liberal run cities, along with the pathetic efforts to blame it on President Trump. I also cover the arrest of this confidante of Jeffrey Epstein and the people who should be worried about it.  News Picks: Kayleigh McEnany unloads on the pathetic media during the briefing.  Violence rages in New York City as Nero DeBlasio fiddles. Illegal fireworks light up the California sky in defiance of the tyrants running the state. New gun owners say they bought their firearms because they’re afraid police they won’t reach them in time.  Companies that boycott Facebook continue to advertise on Russian social media platform.  Copyright Bongino Inc All Rights Reserved.
Michigan has passed its Covid-19 peak, and the state has started opening up. But it’s still been intensely difficult for the staff in the ICU at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. We've embedded with them over the past few months, and tracked how this pandemic has changed them and their city.
In the last few years two people died under very mysterious circumstances. Though their cases aren't connected they were each quickly ruled an accident or suicide. But if you take a closer look, there might be much more to their stories and their families need your help to find the truth about what really happened.  Sources for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this hour, stories from The Moth's SLAM Showcase - a night of storytelling do-overs for tales from The Moth's archives that needed slight tweaks or a second chance. Standing out or fading away, chance encounters, and the importance of food. This hour is hosted by Moth Senior Director Jenifer Hixson. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Jenifer Hixson Storytellers: Gabby Shea, Jon Novick, Annie Tan, Carl Banks, Anoush Froundijian, Wendy Paige
A New York Times investigation has revealed evidence of a secret Russian operation to kill U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan — and of the failure of the Trump administration to act on that intelligence. As lawmakers from both parties react with fury, one of the journalists who first reported the story tells us what has come to light so far. Guest: Eric Schmitt, who covers terrorism and national security for The New York Times. For more information on today’s episode, visit  Background reading: The Times reported on Monday that President Trump was provided a written briefing on the intelligence about the suspected Russian plot in late February.“If it does come out as true, obviously the heartache would be terrible,” said the father of a Marine who died in a 2019 car bombing in Afghanistan, which is reportedly the focus of investigators’ work.
In this one, we all take turns being the bad boy! But it’s just for fun — please do not get worried that it’s a permanent thing. It’s one of our skits that we do! None of it is real! Suggested talking points: Heel Turn, Garbage Volcano, Pepperoni Thief, TikTok O’ Clock, Granny Kern, Grindin’ (w/ Hank “Tony Hank”  Green), Ice Cream Cocktails, This One’s Skunked
In today’s solo episode, I share my thoughts about why accountability is a prerequisite for change, and why we need to get our heads and hearts around the difference between being held accountable for racism and feeling shame, and being shamed. I share my personal stories of being held accountable and holding myself accountable, as well as my strategies for pulling my “thinking brain” back online when I’m experiencing the flight and fight energy fueled by shame.
Ira, Louis, and Aida discuss Hamilton, Kanye’s 2020 run, Halle Berry’s apology for accepting a trans role, Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas’ quarantine romance, and more. Marcia Gay Harden joins to discuss her toughest roles and her latest period piece Barkskins.
Before she decided to become a poker pro, Maria Konnikova didn’t know how many cards are in a deck. But she did have a Ph.D. in psychology, a brilliant coach, and a burning desire to know whether life is driven more by skill or chance. She found some answers in poker — and in her new book The Biggest Bluff, she’s willing to tell us everything she learned.
While it's technically possible to win a civil lawsuit against police officers for wrongdoing, there's a reason it almost never happens: a legal technicality called qualified immunity. On this episode, we look at how a law meant to protect black people from racist violence gave way to a legal doctrine that many people see as the biggest obstacle to police reform.
This week Andrew Schulz, Akaash Singh, AlexxMedia and Mark Gagnon discuss Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein, Washington Redskins, Kanye running for president, 50 Cent on Mayweather, Mike Tyson, Meek Mill and much more. INDULGE! Want an extra episode a week? Join the Flagrant Army
On this week's episode, Carla stays at the hospital overnight to help her friends as then endure their first night in charge of the hospital. In the real world, Zach and Donald remember their good friend Nick Cordero. Footnotes: Nick Cordero in Bullets Over Broadway Support for Nick's spouse and child. Learn more about your ad-choices at
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Tom Hanks, Big Boi, and others join us for this quarantine edition of our show.
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You know the at symbol? This thing: @? There’s a name for it, just not in English. We just call it the at symbol. But other countries – stand back! Learn more about your ad-choices at
Guessing is a weird thing. For millennia, it could have meant the difference between life and death. Now it's not as vital, but we still do it every day, whether behind the wheel of a car, or judging what another person might be feeling. In this classic episode, learn everything we know about the brain and how it manages this odd, very human act. Learn more about your ad-choices at
In this episode, I address the growing tyranny of face mask mandates. These mandates treat us all as children, incapable of making responsible decisions. I also address the explosion of cancel culture and it’s growing impact on liberals too.  News Picks: Are indictments coming in the Spygate case? Anti-American Colin Kaepernick has already admitted he’s disrespecting the country. Cancel culture is starting to cannibalize the Left.  Cancel culture is a cancer and a pox on civilization.  Is Ted Cruz preparing for a 2024 run for President? Ilhan Omar has some explaining to do about this latest controversy. Chief Justice John Roberts is now more popular among Democrats than Republicans.  Copyright Bongino Inc All Rights Reserved.
In 2001, a woman named Ghislaine de Védrines befriended a charming man named Thierry Tilly. The rest of her close-knit aristocratic family soon became close with him as well. For Noble Blood's one year anniversary, Dana is joined by her research assistant, Hannah Johnston to discuss the mysterious and bizarre brainwashing of the wealthy de Védrines family.
Adam opens today’s podcast talking about wanting Sonny to wrestle. He also talks about safety and parenting, and then takes a call from Jason Whitlock. The guys discuss why you need your own platform, and why people need to stop attacking masculinity, and start embracing the family unit. They then talk about the momentum of the Black Lives Matter movement, and go on to chat about what happens when you lose sight of the American Dream. Changing gears, Adam talks to Randy Rainbow about how he became a viral video star, the process of making his parody videos, and the applicable skills he learned from performing musical theater. Before the break, Adam asks Randy about his upcoming projects, his experiences performing on a cruise, and his hopes to perform live again soon. Please support today’s sponsors: enter ADAM BetOnline enter PODCASTONE
In Bolivia, a political activist radically reforms the voting process for... student council elections. Who else does he convince? Revisionist History. And maybe a fancy private school in New Jersey. Get Revisionist History updates first by signing up for our newsletter at Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
BONUS EPISODE with Jennifer Eberhardt (social psychologist who is currently a professor in the Department of Psychology at Stanford University) is the first in a monthly series on dissecting the Black experience in America. Jennifer chats with the Armchair Expert about her work in police reform, her personal experiences with racism and the biological impact of cultural biases. Dax asks if there are any model police departments and Jennifer shares a story of when she got arrested. She talks about having “the talk” with her sons and she shares the details of many psychological experiments she did on race and discrimination.
One night halfway through a graveyard shift at the hospital, orderly John Moon watched as two young men burst through the doors. They were working desperately to save a dying patient. Maybe today he wouldn’t bat an eye at this scene, but in 1970 nothing about it made sense. The two men weren’t doctors, and they weren’t nurses. And their strange uniforms weren’t hospital issued. Moon was witnessing the birth of a new profession—one that would go on to change the face of emergency medicine.  The two men were some of the worlds first paramedics, and, like Moon, they were Black. This is the story of Freedom House Ambulance Service of Pittsburgh. They were the first paramedics and they changed the way we think about emergency medicine. Freedom House Ambulance Service
President Trump has returned to the divisive "law and order" rhetoric and white identity politics that fueled his 2016 campaign. Fewer Americans are interested.
On the morning of Sunday, December 31 2001, Haruko tried to phone her daughter, as she did most mornings, but the call wouldn’t go through. By 10:00 am, Haruko still hadn’t seen or heard from Yasuko or the rest of the family and she began to worry... Episode narrated by the Anonymous Host ( Researched by Holly Boyd Written by Elsha McGill Creative Director: Milly Raso This episode's sponsors: Noom ( – The last weight loss program you’ll need. Start your trial today Babbel ( – Learn a new language and make it your own For all credits and sources please visit (
In this Dateline classic, a romantic getaway on a boat turns tragic when a young wife & mother is lost at sea. The case goes cold for years — until a model with a checkered past goes undercover. Josh Mankiewicz reports. Originally aired on NBC on November 20, 2015.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons and Chris Ryan just broke your heart. Then again, they break everyone’s hearts. It’s time for the 1985 classic ‘St. Elmo’s Fire,' starring Judd Nelson, Emilio Estevez, Demi Moore, and Rob Lowe.
Karen and Georgia cover the St. Francis Dam Disaster and the kidnapping of Elizabeth Shoaf.
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Journalist Sarah Posner says while President Trump may not speak the language of faith and Christian values, he speaks the language of grievance — giving voice to legal, social and cultural concerns shared by the Christian right and the alt-right. Posner's book is 'Unholy.'Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews an album by drummer Chad Taylor and his trio. Film critic Justin Chang reviews the HBO documentary 'Welcome to Chechnya,' about atrocities committed against the LGBTQ community.
Comedian Sarah Colonna joins to discuss the latest developments in Ghislaine Maxwell's arrest and what this might mean for the other women who helped recruit victims for Jeffrey Epstein. Jada Pinkett Smith said she is going to respond to the allegations that she had a 2 year affair with a 27 year old musician and what it means to her marriage to Will Smith. We also get into Morgan Stewart's engagement to Dr. Phil's son, and what it may mean to her career. 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way and RHONY's Halloween Party from Hell. MORE Heather! Guest: Sarah Colonna Sponsors: Each and Every Deodorant Barefoot Scientist code: JUICY at checkout U Beauty code: JUICY at checkout  Support the show:
In this episode of The Sunday Read, we look at the complexity, diversity and humanity of America through the eyes of Robert Frank — one of the most influential photographers in history — who, through his camera, collected the world. This story was recorded by Audm. To hear more audio stories from publishers like The New York Times, download Audm for iPhone or Android.
Colion Noir is a gun rights activist, lawyer, member of the National Rifle Association. Check out more of his content on his YouTube channel:
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Music superstar John Legend talks to Marc about Bigger Love, meeting Chrissy Teigen, winning the EGOT, criminal justice reform, and Kanye.
Trump celebrates another month of double-digit unemployment and rising Covid infections, and Dan and Jon answer your questions about reopening schools, the Lincoln Project, DC statehood, Supreme Court vacancies, Pod Save America dance-offs, and more. Then political message guru Anat Shenker-Osorio talks to Dan about 2020 campaign ads and the race-class narrative.
The Hacks return for a special Senate deep-dive with The Cook Political Report’s Amy Walter. First, we talk Trump’s new ad offensive, the torqued up grievance war, and how it may play in the 2020 presidential race. We turn to the Senate and assess the most competitive races: vulnerable seats, Republicans in trouble, and the likeliest blue-to-red flips. When will it be time for down-ballot Republicans to distance themselves from Trump? And can they — or is Trump too hard to dump? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
President Trump delivered an acrimonious speech stoking divisions at Mount Rushmore, and mentioning the pandemic only once. As coronavirus cases surge in Texas the governor mandates the use of masks. And ahead of a holiday weekend, we'll talk about how human behavior shapes the trajectory of the pandemic.
Bret Weinstein was a biology professor at Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA. He is now hosting "Bret Weinstein's Dark Horse Podcast" available on Apple Podcasts and YouTube.
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We take a look at The Lincoln Project, a new political ad PAC founded by never-Trumpers taking aim at Donald Trump by bringing their conservativism into the open willing arms of the Democrats.
Steven Rinella talks with chef Michael Hunter, Brody Henderson, Corinne Schneider, and Phil Taylor. Topics discussed: The omnipresence of dandelions; gas station diner to big time chef; the irony of applying preservation techniques to food and then eating that food right away; Steve overriding his own “first in, first out” freezer rule; woodcocks dropping bowels; cattails; vegans both protesting and supporting your restaurant; accidentally outing the butcher shop next door; counter-protesting by butchering a deer leg in your window; Steve wanting prominent blurb placement on Michael Hunter’s new book; hosting illegal dinners and then founding Antler Kitchen and Bar; wild game laws in Canada; when a guy shows up with a bag of mushrooms; chicken on the menu as a “just in case”; turkey wing and first buck tattoos; and more.   Connect with Steve and MeatEater Steve on Instagram and Twitter MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop MeatEater Merch
The New York Times attacks Mount Rushmore, just in time for July 4; the Black Lives Matter organization finally comes under fire; and China ends Hong Kong’s freedom. Exciting news - Ben Shapiro’s new book is now available for presale! Order your copy today: If you like The Ben Shapiro Show, become a member TODAY with promo code: SHAPIRO and enjoy the exclusive benefits for 10% off at This podcast is sponsored by Blinksale, the revolutionary invoicing software for contractors and small businesses. Spend less time billing and more time making bank with Blinksale! Free trial here =>
In the weeks since George Floyd was killed by the Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, Americans have been confronting hard questions about bias and racism within law enforcement — and what the role of the police should be. In the process, many have asked whether the culture of policing can be changed or if the system needs to be reimagined entirely. Today, we talk to an officer at the center of that debate inside one of the country’s largest police unions. Guest: Vince Champion, the southeast regional director of the International Brotherhood of Police Officers. For more information on today’s episode, visit  Background reading: Protesters across the country are calling for the abolition of police forces. But what would that actually look like?Last week, the House passed a sweeping police overhaul bill, aimed at combating racial bias and excessive use of force, by a vote of 236 to 181. The bill is not expected to pass the Republican-controlled Senate.
Mary Trump legal battles against her uncle might seem like a fun little political soap opera. It’s way more than that, Mary’s lawyer Ted Boutrous explains on the latest episode of The New Abnormal. The attempt to stop her tell-all book before publication—“I think it's really an effort to intimidate people from speaking, to intimidate the press. But also it's a political tool. It's a fundraising tool. It seems to excite people who support president Trump,” he tells Molly Jong-Fast and Rick Wilson. Then! The Beast’s Kate Briquelet—who has broken some of the biggest stories about Jeffrey Epstein’s cabal—joins the dynamic duo to talk about the arrest of Epstein ‘madam’ Ghislaine Maxwell. “There are power players in New York,” she explains “who are very nervous that Ghislaine is going to spill the secrets.” Plus! Does Trump know how to listen to a podcast? Could Kanye’s ‘run for president’ could really, really backfire? How is Ye like Vermin Supreme? And what the hell is “the McKinsey of grift?” 
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Jocko Willink is a decorated retired Navy SEAL officer, author of the book Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win, and co-founder of Echelon Front, where he is a leadership instructor, speaker, and executive coach. His podcast, The Jocko Podcast, is also available for download via Apple Podcasts & Stitcher.
Australia just reinstated a lockdown due to a cluster of cases. The World Health Organization has been reluctant to acknowledge airborne spread, despite urging from some experts.
In this Dateline classic, an Iowa mother, home alone with her three children, is attacked. The confrontation turns fatal. But is the truth more twisted than anyone could imagine? Dennis Murphy reports. Originally aired on NBC on June 1, 2012.
They've asked for questions and comments every week, and now Becca and Rachel are answering fan questions. Where do they think they would be now if they hadn’t gone on "The Bachelor" and become the Bachelorette? Who would be their dream guests? Plus, Becca and Rachel play a hilarious game of Never Have I Ever. Don’t forget to rate and subscribe so you never miss an episode. Thanks to our sponsor: Noom:
Josh Wolf, stand up comedian and host of the "Fairly Normal" podcast, joins Joey Diaz and Lee Syatt LIVE in studio! This podcast is brought to you by:   ZipRecruiter - post your job to 200+ job sites with a single click for free at   CBD Lion - For all of your CBD needs, from shatter to gummies go to and use code CHURCH for 20% off.     
The Trump administration officially started the process of withdrawing from the World Health Organization. “Operation Warp Speed,” the government’s program to fast-track Covid-19 vaccine development, signed its largest deal so far, allocating $1.6 billion to the pharmaceutical company Novavax. Plus, an update on testing issues in hotspots across the country. Brazilian President and prominent virus skeptic Jair Bolsanaro has Covid-19. In Israel, the health minister stepped down because officials weren’t heeding her advice.  And in headlines: the Movement For Black Lives proposes legislation to transform the criminal justice system, Russia and China discourage marmot hunting, and Mike Pompeo wants the teens to get off TikTok.
The Fantasy Footballers are back with a new episode! Andy, Mike, and Jason each pick two bounce back players for the 2020 fantasy football season. Plus, a BIG contract extension for Pat Mahomes and the latest NFL News! Manage your redraft, keeper, and dynasty fantasy football teams with the #1 fantasy football podcast. -- Fantasy Football Podcast for July 7th, 2020.
The Supreme Court on Monday struck down a Louisiana law that could have left the state with a single abortion clinic. It was a setback for conservatives in the first major ruling on abortion since two Trump appointees joined the bench. We examine the implications for future challenges, and why — for the third time in two weeks — Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. sided with his four more liberal colleagues. Guest: Adam Liptak, who covers the Supreme Court for The Times. For more information on today’s episode, visit  Background reading: Chief Justice Roberts also voted with the court’s liberal wing in rulings on job discrimination against L.G.B.T.Q. workers and on a program protecting young immigrants.The ruling on Monday stalled anti-abortion momentum for now, but the movement has a long pipeline of new cases.Justice Stephen G. Breyer wrote that the Louisiana law was “almost word-for-word identical” to a law from Texas, which the court struck down in 2016.
Part 2 of today’s podcast opens with news stories about the latest ‘Karen’ freak-outs, more Coronavirus headlines, and Halle Berry’s apology after announcing she was considering playing a trans character. The guys also talk about why Ricky Gervais is still so beloved, and Gina reads a couple more news stories about Patrick Mahomes $500 million contract extension, and the return of Beavis and Butthead. In the last part of the show, Adam and Dave Dameshek present today’s Good Sports. Please support today’s sponsors: enter ADAM BetOnline enter PODCASTONE
We're talking about the D with our friend/hilarious comedian Dylan Palladino  -- dick pics and sexy videos (including tips), performance anxiety and what women can do when it happens, guys who just want to fuck and why. We're also chatting about roasting your partner (hot or not?), if you can make a closed-off guy commit, hot dirty talk to try, and playing a round of "I Knew He Was a Fuckboy When...". Plus we catch up on Ashley's hot doormen, work through an issue in our friendship, and discuss Rayna's dad listening to last week's x-rated episode. Hope you enjoy! Follow Dylan on Instagram @DylanJPalladino and check out his podcast We're All Psychos. Follow us @GirlsGottaEatPodcast, Rayna @Rayna.Greenberg, and Ashley @AshHess. Check our website for tour dates and merchandise. Thank you to our partners for this episode: BioClarity: Get 15% off everything at with code GGE at checkout. Article: Get $50 off your first purchase of $100 or more at Ritual: Get 10% off your first 3 months at HelloFresh: Get a total of $80 off + free shipping on your first box at, code 80GGE. 
Nina Vasan is an American psychiatrist and author of the Amazon #1 best-selling book Do Good Well: Your Guide to Leadership, Action and Innovation. She is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine. Nina chats with the Armchair Expert about her personal experience with anxiety/depression, the continued prevalence of stigma and the loop of actions, thoughts and emotions. Dax asks about the concern of treating addiction with psychiatric drugs and Nina discusses how technology can aid in this problem. They talk about mental health as a three-pronged bio, psycho and social endeavor and they discuss the tenets of cognitive-behavioral therapy.
Bobby plays the Metaphor Cafe. Joey flees the tortilla. Khalyla won't invite Bobby to the show. We talk Krakatoa, tinfoil, forgetting Debaser, and finding Kim Deal from a want-ad.   Sponsors: SLEPT at
Last week, the body of Specialist Vanessa Guillen was found near a river. She was murdered. And she was not the only Fort Hood soldier to be killed since March.  In this episode, Billy and Paul will delve into the eight cases of unsolved homicides and unknown causes of death of soldiers from the base. And with the help of Murder Squad listeners, they take a closer look at how the US Army investigates sexual assault, sexual harassment and missing persons amidst their ranks—including the case of LaVena Johnson.
Adam welcomes AJ Baime to the show next, and Adam asks him about his process for writing such entertaining books. AJ then talks about the success of the film ‘Ford V. Ferrari’, and they go on to chat about his latest book, ‘Dewey Defeats Truman’. Other topics of conversation include tearing down statues, actors who are funnier/less funny than you think, and the brilliance of Bryan Cranston. Later, Gina reads news stories about Kanye’s Tweet about running for President, the Bubonic Plague returning to China, and a new tell-all book coming from President Trump’s niece. AJ also explains how this year’s election is remarkably similar to the Truman vs. Dewey election cycle, and the show wraps up with Adam and AJ discussing vices as they apply to getting your work done. Please support today’s sponsors: JB Weld - World's Strongest Bond enter ADAM enter ADAM
Kara and Scott talk about Uber's acquisition of the food delivery company Postmates and what that means for the future of that market and the ride-hailing company. Also, they discuss the big four tech CEOs, Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, Tim Cook and Sundar Pichai all headed to congress as part of antitrust investigations. Then, we are joined by Friend of Pivot New York Times reporter Taylor Lorenz who talks about Clubhouse and its toxic culture. In wins Scott celebrates the life of Ennio Morricone. Special thanks to Eric Johnson for his work on this episode. Get tickets for our upcoming livestream event series: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Dara, Jane, and Matt on Biden’s excitement gap. Resources: "So … About That Supposed Lack Of Enthusiasm For Biden?" Five Thirty Eight "Social conservatives feel betrayed by the Supreme Court — and the GOP that appointed it" by Jane Coaston, Vox "Trump’s surprising resilience with Hispanic voters, explained" by Matthew Yglesias, Vox Hosts: Matt Yglesias (@mattyglesias), Senior Correspondent, Vox Jane Coaston (@cjane87), Senior politics correspondent, Vox Dara Lind (@DLind), Immigration reporter, ProPublica Credits: Jeff Geld, (@jeff_geld), Editor and Producer The Weeds is a Vox Media Podcast Network production Want to support The Weeds? Please consider making a contribution to Vox: About Vox Vox is a news network that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Follow Us: Facebook group: The Weeds Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
After Asenath Dukat, 11 more young girls in Ohio were kidnapped and murdered. Many under eerily similar circumstances. Is this the work of one or two predators or are there many monsters still on the prowl in Ohio? Sources for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
HERE WE GO!!! THE RUNDOWN FOR THIS WEEK'S SHOW: We are instructing men on exactly how to finger a girl's butt during doggy, which finger to use and the speed at which it should be happening; normalizing butt plugs and how it makes a women's orgasm SO much better, how to get a guy to be ok with a vibrator in the bedroom, getting cheated on, why we pick fuck boys, the OG way to finger a girl, and handing over the secret potion for women of how to make a man fall in love by 'fucking his fingers.' Is this episode sexual enough!? ENJOY. GUEST HOST: Savannah Montano.