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The Washington Post

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Post Reports is the daily podcast from The Washington Post. Unparalleled reporting. Expert insight. Clear analysis. Everything you’ve come to expect from the newsroom of The Post, for your ears. Martine Powers and Elahe Izadi are your hosts, asking the questions you didn’t know you wanted answered. Published weekdays around 5 p.m. Eastern time.
 
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Blocked and Reported

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Katie Herzog and Jesse Singal

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Journalists Katie Herzog and Jesse Singal scour the internet for its craziest, silliest, most sociopathic content, part of an obsessive and ill-conceived attempt to extract kernels of meaning and humanity from a landscape of endless raging dumpster fires. www.blockedandreported.org
 
Award-winning investigative journalist John Solomon, who helped unravel the bogus Russia collusion scandal, gives you his exclusive reporting and big newsmaker interviews. To get the unvarnished truth about what’s really going on in Washington, subscribe today to John Solomon Reports. To find out more go to https://justthenews.com
 
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Saates keskendutakse sise- ja välispoliitikale, kaitseküsimustele, haridusele, ühiskonna- ja keskkonnateemadele ning muudele päevapoliitiliselt olulistele küsimustele. Saatejuhid on Kaja Kärner, Arp Müller ja Mirko Ojakivi."Reporteritund" on eetris T-N kell 14.05, kordusena kell 19.05. reporteritund@err.ee
 
Halftime Report is on the front lines of CNBC’s market coverage. CNBC’s Scott Wapner and the Street’s top investors get to the heart of the action as it’s happening and help set the agenda for the rest of the day. Halftime Report airs weekdays 12-1PM ET on CNBC TV.
 
Reportaža, pravijo, je kraljica novinarskega dela. Nedeljska reportaža na lahkoten način govori o zaokroženi temi, o zanimivih krajih in ljudeh, tudi o stvareh, ki delajo naše življenje zanimivejše; je razmišljanje o vsakdanjiku, je včasih tudi potopis ali celo malce ironičen novinarjev pogled na dogajanja okoli nas. Predvsem pa je Nedeljska reportaža oddaja z močnim osebnim avtorjevim pečatom.
 
Reportażyści Studia Reportażu i Dokumentu Polskiego Radia jeżdżą po Polsce i świecie w poszukiwaniu ciekawych spraw i ludzi. Wielokrotnie inicjatorami podejmowanych przez nas tematów są sami słuchacze. Liczne telefony, listy i e-maile kierowane do redakcji są dowodem na to, że wysiłek reportażystów ma sens, że są potrzebni, że ich trud poprawiania świata przynosi konkretne, społecznie oczekiwane efekty.
 
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RFI Brasil

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Confira aqui as análises, entrevistas e repercussões de notícias que você pode ouvir e baixar. As reportagens +RFI propõem a cobertura de eventos importantes no mundo inteiro feita pelos repórteres e correspondentes da Rádio França Internacional.
 
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The Hagmann Report

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The Hagmann Report provides news and information based on a combination of exclusive investigative work, proprietary sources and contacts and qualified guests open source material. The Hagmann Report will never be encumbered by political correctness or held hostage to an agenda of revisionist history. The Hagmann Report broadcasts live weekdays 7-10pm et.
 
The longest-running daily podcast briefing for news about bitcoin, blockchain, NFTs, and all other global cryptocurrency, digital asset, metaverse, and DLT updates. A daily, 2-4 minute report of everything you need to know to be informed about the cryptocurrency and blockchain space including prices, policy, developments, and governance. The information presented should be considered developing news and not investment advice.
 
The Russia-Ukraine War Report provides comprehensive, fact-based news coverage about the war in Ukraine. Our team of journalists, researchers, and analysts are from Georgia, Israel, Canada, Finland, Poland, Ukraine, the US, and the UK. We go beyond content aggregation and provide analysis and assessments on how today's stories shape the war's future. Our coverage includes the battlefront, geopolitics, economics, and human impact.
 
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Kevin writes in with the eternal question: a book recommendation for him and his son. James responds with a few dozen suggestions from his False Flags: The Secret History of Al Qaeda research reading list. The post A False Flags Reading List - Questions For Corbett #093 first appeared on The Corbett Report.…
 
Watch The X22 Report On Video No videos foundClick On Picture To See Larger Picture The people of Europe are feeling the pain. Germany has declared a financial emergency due to the energy crisis. The UK is getting prepared for blackouts, and the Mayor of London is pushing a policy that the people do not agree with. India is pushing the CBDC and cry…
 
Lior Gantz, founder of Wealth Research Group joins me to break down the endless corruption, stolen elections, vax related deaths, central bank digital currencies & much more. Here are the TWO FREE research reports Lior mentioned:https://www.wealthresearchgroup.com/paul1/https://www.wealthresearchgroup.com/taiwan1/ WATCH this one here: https://rumbl…
 
Devina Gupta presents. NATO says it will help Ukraine repair damage to its energy network caused by Russian missile strikes. Meanwhile Germany sees an unexpected slowing in inflation for November - a result of slight easing to previously sky-high energy prices.BBC World Service
 
The Malcontent News Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update on events happening on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information a day to help you stay informed. Support the showMalcontent News
 
November wasn’t a great month for Donald Trump. The U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for a congressional committee to examine the former president’s tax returns, ending a legal battle that has consumed Congress and the courts for years. Meanwhile, a special counsel appointed by the Justice Department has been tasked with investigating Trump’s rol…
 
Louisiana Solicitor General Liz Murrill discusses Biden’s remarks back from the recent climate summit, in which he called for the United States to pay for the ‘social cost of carbon’ or reparations for climate damage. Murrill comments that the motivation for this type of initiative is to “create weapons to attack fossil fuels and the industry.” Say…
 
Sam and Emma host Kate Aronoff, climate reporter for the New Republic, to discuss the developments coming out of the COP27 conference in Egypt. Then, they are joined by Jonah Furman of Labor Notes and author of the Who Gets The Bird? newsletter on SubStack to discuss the recent labor updates across the country, including the impending U.S. federal …
 
For complete show notes, links and complete description, visit www.HagmannReport.com The Hagmann Report is brought to you by EMP Shield - www.EMPshield.com/hagmann Use Promo Code HAGMANN for $50 OFF! IMPORTANT LINKS: DONATE: (www.HagmannReport.com/donate) HAGMANN COFFEE & MORE: (www.HagmannStore.com) The Hagmann Report provides news and information…
 
Two UN-backed scientists have renewed calls for the Great Barrier Reef to be placed on a list of World Heritage sites "in danger". The report follows a visit to the reef earlier this year, and has 22 recommendations on what could be done to protect the reef - but will the Australian Government listen? Australian Marine Conservation Society Senior G…
 
Despite soaring living costs and inflation, fewer New Zealanders are withdrawing their KiwiSaver funds because of financial hardship. But, with a looming recession, experts warn that could soon change. Soumya Bhamidipati reports.
 
A street and park in Kirikiriroa/Hamilton have had their names officially changed to recognise the areas Māori heritage. This involved removing references to colonial soldiers. Von Tempsky Street and Dawson Park were renamed Puutikitiki Street and Te Wehenga Park in a ceremony yesterday. Kaumātua Timi Maipi has been an advocate for the change. He s…
 
Primary school principals who belong to the Educational Institute have knocked back a $6000 pay rise offered by the Ministry of Education spread over two years. The same offer has been refused by primary school teachers, but accepted by secondary school principals represented by the Secondary Principals Association. The principals' union says the o…
 
One of the most politically charged football matches in history has just kicked off at one of the most political World Cups ever. Iran's win over the US at the 1998 World Cup was billed by the regime's supporters as victory over the "Great Satan". Fast forward to Qatar 2022, and that grudge match is on display once again. Arab Gulf States Institute…
 
An open letter signed by around 250 local academics offering solidarity with protesters in Iran will today be sent to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. The organisers say it's past time for educators in New Zealand to offer support for their overseas counterparts because it's teachers, students and university academics who have borne the brunt of the …
 
The World of WearableArt, or WOW as we know it, has been sold to Auckland-based company STILL. It started small in rural Nelson in 1987 and now is one of the biggest wearable arts shows in the world. Samantha Gee has spoken to the woman who started it all and its new owner.
 
A woman is appearing in court today charged with the murder of two young children whose remains were found in suitcases in South Auckland. The 42 year old is believed to be their mother and was extradited from South Korea. Reporter Gill Bonnett spoke to Guyon Espiner.
 
There are about 25,000 teacher aides in New Zealand - but are they being used effectively? A report released today by the Education Review Office found teacher aides work best when they are in partnership with teachers, rather than the traditional model of working side by side with students who need extra help. Education Evaluation Centre head Ruth…
 
National Party leader Christopher Luxon wants to lift the age of superannuation from 65 to 67. His comments come despite a report from the Retirement Commission recommending the age of eligibility remain the same and concerns that raising it might disadvantage women and groups with lower life expectancies, including Maori and Pasifika. Luxon spoke …
 
There's a sense in Hamilton West that the outcome of next month's by-election is not going to make much difference in the lives of local people. Community leaders says many are more concerned about getting by day to day than worrying about an election that won't change anything. Waikato reporter Andrew McRae talked to some of them.…
 
Covid-19 cases are on the rise, just as most of us are looking forward to some downtime with friends and family. How heavy will the burden be over the Christmas period - and what can be done to reduce it? Te Pūnaha Matatini physicist and contagion modeller Dr Dion O'Neale spoke to Corin Dann.
 
With the number of robberies of dairies, and the killing of shopkeeper Janak Patel last week, small business owners are taking extraordinary steps to keep themselves safe. We visited one which is about as secure as they come, Cedar Park Superette in Auckland's Wattle Downs. It's where former Police Minister Stuart Nash chose to launch a $1.9 millio…
 
Apple stocks falling again today after a widely-followed analysts says iPhone shipments could be much worse than expected. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate whether the market has an Apple problem, with the stock weighing heavily on the NASDAQ. Plus, a big week for cloud earnings, the Committee take their positions on these cyber nam…
 
A US court has ordered an immediate ban on New Zealand exports of several species of fish from two fisheries off the west coast of the North Island. The preliminary ruling relates to a case by Sea Shepherd to protect the critically endangered Māui dolphin, which is only found in New Zealand. The injunction applies to nine species of fish, including…
 
ANZ bank is predicting house prices will drop by 22 percent from their peak at the end of 2021. The bank doesn't expect house prices to reach their floor until mid to late 2023. ANZ's chief economist Sharon Zollner spoke to Guyon Espiner.
 
Te Whatu Ora is going to court over an anti-vax couple who don't want their sick baby to have surgery unless doctors use blood from unvaccinated donors. In an interview with anti-vax campaigner and conspiracy theorist Liz Gunn the couple say the baby urgently needs open heart surgery and they want the blood to come from people who have not had the …
 
Access to primary mental health services is improving but still has a long way to go. The Government spent more than $600 million on the Access and Choice mental health programme in the 2019 wellbeing budget. Te Hiringa Mahara/The Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission says the programme is growing, but the number of patients seen is still below ta…
 
The Green Party is not happy at police suggestions that more active car pursuits could return. The fleeing-driver policy is going to be looked at again in the new year, with an eye to giving police more leeway to chase a greater number of offenders. A "significant increase" in the number of fleeing drivers and a decrease in the number of offenders …
 
A US court has ordered an immediate ban on New Zealand exports of several species of fish from two fisheries off the west coast of the North Island. The preliminary ruling relates to a case by Sea Shepherd to protect the critically endangered Māui dolphin, which is only found in New Zealand. The injunction applies to nine species of fish, including…
 
Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks about Tim Pool’s insane interview with Ye, Nick Fuentes, and Milo Yiannopoulos; Ben Shapiro’s perfect response to Kanye West’s attacks; Elon Musk asking Tim Cook why Apple is against free speech; White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre making threats against Elon Musk and Twitter for allowing free speec…
 
Anticipation is building ahead of two matches of the FIFA World Cup today which are being called grudge games. In just under two hours' time, Wales and England will square of in the "Battle of Britain", as well as Iran vs the US in their first World Cup match since the 1990s. New Zealand journalist Coen Lammers spoke to Corin Dann.…
 
In the US, it looks like it will be a record turnout in Georgia's Senate runoff. Already more than 400,000 early votes have been been cast. None of the candidates received the 50 percent majority required to take the seat in the general election. Washington correspondent Caroline Malone spoke to Guyon Espiner.…
 
Health authorities react to the parents of a baby who won't allow the child's open heart surgery to go ahead with blood donated by people vaccinated against covid 19. The ANZ bank is predicting house prices will fall by twenty-two percent, A U.S. court has ordered an immediate ban on exports of fish from two North Island fisheries…
 
People in China are taking to the streets to protest about the ongoing strict lockdowns in the country. The government is trying to contain a surge in covid infections. Today the government has said it wants to increase vaccinations for the elderly. Only 56% of the over 60s in China - and just a fifth of over 80s - have had three doses of vaccine.…
 
In late September, passenger rail service from San Diego to places north of San Clemente halted. An unstable slope above the track in San Clemente posed the threat of a landslide. Bluff stabilization is ongoing, but rail service is expected to resume next month. Reporter: Thomas Fudge, KPBS After wildfire season ends in the Western U.S., those who …
 
Today’s blockchain and cryptocurrency news Bitcoin is down slightly at $16,481 Ethereum is down slightly at $1,215 Binance Coin is down .5% at $303 FTX to resume paying salaries to employees outside of US. Lagarde pushes for euro CBDC BlockFi files for bankruptcy India will begin CBDC pilot. web3 DAO Game7 announces $100M grant program. Learn more …
 
Le chômage, le manque de logements, les maladies chroniques, c’est le quotidien des premières nations du Québec, dont près de la moitié vivent dans des réserves surpeuplées imposées par le gouvernement du Canada au XIXè siècle. Confrontés à cette réalité, une partie des jeunes tentent de trouver de nouveaux chemins pour se dessiner un avenir. C’est…
 
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