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Hardcore True Crime - Love true crime podcasts but hate all of that off-topic banter? Listen to Crimes and Consequences where you will hear the gripping details of true crime murders without all of that boring chit-chat. Crimes and Consequences podcast is hosted by two attorneys, Talia and Tonya, who share shocking and often gruesome true crime stories, with a touch of sarcastic charm to thrown in. Check out Crimes and Consequences - a hardcore true crime podcast.
 
Did you know that there are over 250,000 cold case homicides in the US at any given time? What if your family tree could be the key to solving just one of them? Since 2018 law enforcement agencies have been utilizing a new investigative tool to track down violent offenders - the family tree. With the help of DNA technology and genetic family mapping, cases that have been cold for decades are now being solved. Victims and their families are finally getting answers and justice. The Ties That F ...
 
Fifteen years ago, 21-year-old Jennifer Cave went out with her friend Colton Pitonyak to celebrate getting a new job. She never showed up for her first day of work. Two days later, Jennifer’s body was found at The Orange Tree, a condo complex near the University of Texas at Austin. Pitonyak, a promising UT business student who lived in the condo, had fled to Mexico … and he wasn’t alone. He had gone with another UT student, Laura Hall. The crime’s gruesome nature, Pitonyak’s surprising defen ...
 
Stories about crime, but about much more than that, too.Curated by Tally Abecassis, the host and creator of First Day Back, a documentary podcast about trying to get your life back after an event that changes you. Season 1 is about going back to work after maternity leave; Season 2 is about coming out of prison.
 
The Social Ideas podcast shares the impact of social innovation, its necessity and its capacity to challenge the status quo. Throughout this series, highly committed change makers in business, civil society, policy and academia will talk about their work, their ideas and their motivation to strive towards to a more equitable and sustainable world.The Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, acts as a platform for research and engagem ...
 
Most of us entered 2020 assuming that the decennial Census, an impeachment trial, and the Presidential election would be the key defining political moments of the year. Six months in, however, and the global COVID-19 pandemic and uprisings over police violence have captured the public square in a way no one could have predicted. Together these two watershed events have both exposed and deepened longstanding tensions in the United States. They have also disrupted nearly every aspect of our li ...
 
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Osnos' new book focuses on coal country in West Virginia; hedge fund culture in Greenwich, Conn.; institutional racism in Chicago and why Democrat Joe Manchin holds remarkable sway in the Senate.Terry Gross
 
In New Orleans, some residents are still living with the trash from Hurricane Ida, more than three weeks after the storm. Residents and city officials are outraged at the delays in trash pickups.NPR
 
As a bonus for Nightly News listeners, we’re sharing a special preview of the brand new original podcast, Making Space with Hoda Kotb. Join TODAY’s Hoda Kotb on a journey of self-discovery and resilience of the human spirit. Hoda hears from some of the people she admires most, and whose stories of personal triumph keep her going. Like Hoda, you’ll …
 
Kelsey Berreth was last seen alive on Thanksgiving Day, November 22, 2018. She seemed to disappear without a trace after going to the grocery store with her baby daughter. It was only when a "friend" of Kelsey's fiance came forward, did the brutal truth of what happened to Kelsey come to light. Listen to this week’s episode to hear more about the m…
 
In 1996, when a young mother was found murdered and dumped in parkland in Noosa, an Australian resort area along Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, detectives had to dig deep and use a tool that had never before been seen in Australia.This is the story of Samantha Bodsworth.SOURCES Forensic Investigators Wikipedia Curtin University WA…
 
U.S. gymnasts testify in Senate hearing on FBI failures in Nassar investigation, Pfizer pushes for Covid vaccine booster ahead of FDA decision, and Joint Chiefs Chairman Milley facing backlash over bombshell claims in new book.NBC News
 
This week on Disrupted, our politics roundtable explores recent headlines: The United States’ withdrawal from Afghanistan, the fight for reproductive rights in Texas, California's recall election, and the legacy of Michael K.Williams. Guests: Bilal Sekou -Associate professor of Political Science at the University of Hartford Maya King - National po…
 
At the end of 2018, the search for a little boy led to the recovery of a skeletonized victim. Three years later, she was returned to her family just 12 miles away. This is the case of the Evangeline Parish Jane Doe 2018. Check out the website for sources, photos, and links to social media: www.thetiesthatfind.com Links: The Ties That Find (bio.link…
 
For over 30 years the murders of mother and daughter, Mary and Brenda Parsh remained unsolved, along with the murders of seven other women in Illinois, Kentucky, and Missouri. It wasn't until advancements and the creation of the CODIS DNA database, that serial killer Timothy Krajcir was unmasked as the murderer responsible for not only the murders …
 
The Coronavirus Pandemic has impacted the return to school for the second year in a row. On this week’s Disrupted, we celebrate this anniversary with a back to school special. We hear from students about their hopes and fears for the coming fall semester. We’ll speak with a professor about the similarity between Hurricanes and the pandemic. And an …
 
Victoria “Tori” Stafford was a happy 8-year old, who on April 8, 2009, was starting at a new elementary school in Woodstock, Ontario, Canada. She and her older brother, 10-year-old Daryn, were supposed to walk home from school for the first time. Tori ended up walking home alone and was never seen again. Video from the high school down the street f…
 
In the early morning of St Patrick’s Day 1987, police discover the naked and brutalized body of a young soldier behind a restaurant. It would take 34 years for her family to get justice, and a monster sent to prison. This is the case of the horrific torture and murder of Army Specialist Darlene Krashoc. Check out the website for sources, photos, an…
 
This episode originally aired on July 7th, 2021 For the first time in league history, a non-white racer has won NASCAR’s Cup Series. Kyle Larson’s win comes only a year after the sport banned one of it’s most well known symbols -- the confederate flag. On this week's Disrupted, we replay a conversation on NASCAR’s push for diversity with racing leg…
 
In this episode of The Social Ideas Podcast, Elham Youssefian from the International Disability Alliance talks about the fears the Disabled women and girls of Afghanistan will be facing now the Taliban have taken over the country. Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation MSt in Social Innovation International Disability Alliance…
 
In this episode of The Social Ideas Podcast, researcher Kriti Sharma from the organisation, Human Rights Watch, discusses what life has been like for Disabled women in Afghanistan and what it could be now the Taliban have taken over. Kriti's work includes investigating and documenting human rights violations against Disabled people around the world…
 
A big Halloween party at an apartment complex in Redmond, Washington. Themed rooms and costumed partygoers. But by the end of the party, one of the hosts is dead. The police look to the partiers as the prime suspects: was it the guy in the devil mask, the bank robber, the construction worker? As investigators comb through forensic evidence, witness…
 
Susie Jaeger's family woke up in the middle of the night to find a hole in their tent and Susie missing. Four years earlier in the same camping spot, a Boy Scout was murdered while sleeping in his tent. Not long after Susie's abduction, her family began receiving phone calls from her kidnapper. Then local Montana teen, Sandra Smallegan, went missin…
 
The feminist movement has led to groundbreaking legislation like the 19th Amendment, Title IX and the Violence Against Women Act. But when did the movement start? And whose voices are still missing from the conversation?This hour, we’ll dive into the history present of feminism and hear from an activist creating public art to spread information abo…
 
In 1978, 15-year-old Mary Vincent was hitchhiking from Northern California to Los Angeles to visit her grandpa. At Hitchhiker’s Corner on the campus of Berkley, the naive teen accepted a ride from a seemingly harmless stranger named Larry. Mary didn't know about Larry's dubious intentions or the hatchet he hid in his van until it was too late. But …
 
Video Game revenue reached nearly 180 billion dollars in 2020. The industry’s continued growth and impact is being seen across our society. This week, an insiders’ look at the future of pro gaming. And how gaming’s growth is affecting our climate. GUESTS: Jason Chung - Assistant Professor and Executive Director of Esport Business Programs at the Un…
 
At the end of 2017, dog is caught by his owner chewing on human skull. It would take four years for the remains to be identified and a killer found out. This is the case of the Barron County John Doe, 2017. Check out the website for sources, photos, and links to social media: www.thetiesthatfind.com #SolveCrimeWithDNA #GEDmatch #OptIN #GEDmatchOptI…
 
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