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Get the biggest scoops and best storytelling on television from 60 Minutes - on your schedule. Now you can listen to the show in its entirety every week. 60 Minutes is the most successful broadcast in television history with more than 80 Emmys under its belt. 60 Minutes is also the only show to obtain interviews with every American president from Richard Nixon to Joe Biden.
 
Elections, lobbying, voting, and campaigning today are intense and filled with increasingly complex rules and resulting legal disputes. “Early Returns: Law and Politics with Jan Baran” spotlights players on the field, including political professionals, activists, election officials, lawyers, and journalists, eliciting their insights and personal experiences. Join Jan and his guests as they tackle current controversies in law and politics. Jan Baran is a partner at Holtzman Vogel Baran Torchi ...
 
Bringing you unfiltered public documents that deserve to be more accessible. Dan Williams, the voice behind the Mueller Report Audio podcast, reads some of the most important government documents for those who want the information, but may be too busy to read or simply want to do other things while consuming the information.
 
Tune in every week to catch interviews with the liveliest voices from literature, the arts, sciences, history, and public affairs; reports on cutting-edge works in progress; long-form narratives; and compelling excerpts from new books. A podcast from The American Scholar magazine. Hosted by Stephanie Bastek. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
According to the Buckminster Fuller’s “Knowledge Doubling Curve”, human knowledge now doubles almost every twelve hours! Ignorance is not bliss and the unwary will be punished. Take a shot of Truth Serum and stay ahead of the game. This is a podcast for anyone who is interested in law, finance, future trends and everything else that matters. For Lenders, Landlords and Investors: Stay up to date on rapidly changing laws and trends affecting your legal rights, and the impact of these laws on t ...
 
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The Wigs

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The Wigs

Minnimal Productions

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The Wigs is a monthly podcast exploring and interrogating contemporary legal issues in and out of the court room. The first and only podcast (so far) featuring practising barristers talking shop. Join Emmanuel Kerkyasharian, Felicity Graham, Stephen Lawrence and Jim Minns as they deep dive into the scenarios and outcomes that make up our legal system.
 
Ladies and gentlemen of the jury! Brought to you direct from the offices of Venerable - Counselors at Law, PC, is straight forward, no-nonsense discussion of trending topics in law, media, society/news, along with practical advice to ensure that you survive, and thrive, within the strict confines of existing law. Don't worry, you won't be billed for listening...at least not yet.
 
Larissa, former E! True Hollywood Stories & Howard Stern Show Producer, and Carrie, a very unscholarly amateur historian, team up to discuss true crime, wealthy scandals, cults, royal families and trending headlines. Explore MisdeedsandIntrigue.com (http://www.misdeedsandintrigue.com) for more articles relating to history, true crime and mysteries. Find Larissa & Carrie on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook & TikTok @misintriguepod.
 
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JD Careers Out There

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JD Careers Out There

Marc Luber: Career Help for Lawyers and Law Students

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JD Careers Out There (JDCOT.com) explores what to do with a law degree by featuring day-in-the-life interviews with accomplished law grads working in different law practice areas as well as alternative careers for lawyers. Our mission is to help lawyers, law students and those considering law school to find fulfilling careers. Host Marc Luber, a law grad with years of legal recruiting experience, brings you career advice from many types of lawyers (like a criminal defense lawyer, real estate ...
 
Houston Matters is a radio program airing weekdays at 9 am on Houston Public Media News 88.7 FM in Houston. During each hour, we’ll investigate the issues and ideas, people and places that make Houston…well…Houston! We’ll talk about current events, politics, education, health care, the environment, business, transportation, arts and culture, literature, sports and leisure. But we also hope that what we do each day on Houston Matters serves as the beginning of a conversation — one we hope you ...
 
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Divorce Coaching Podcast

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Divorce Coaching Podcast

Tom Nash (Mr Divorce Coach) & Fay Petcher

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x2 Divorce Coaches, Tom & Fay, talk everything divorce and separation. A mix of both personal and professional experiences, we talk about everything and anything divorce / separation related, from affairs and abuse, to co-parenting and dating, to legal matters and addictions. The List is endless! With many guest speakers, both individuals stories as well as divorce professionals such as lawyers, mediators and financial specialists.
 
Are you a senior citizen? Or perhaps you have a parent, relative, close friend or neighbor who is one. If so, then you won’t want to miss this important and informative podcast. Learn about elder law, a relatively new area of law, that encompasses the legal issues that acutely affect seniors and their families. Yale Hauptman, an elder law attorney, discusses the various problems and issues of aging in America today and interviews guests from other elder care fields.
 
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Tradies In Business

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Tradies In Business

Warrick Bidwell and Nicole Cox

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Whether you're a plumber, electrician, builder, motor mechanic, landscaper, tiler, glazier, painter, carpenter, concretor or any of the myriad of trades and contractors that keep the world running, this podcast has been produced with you in mind. Your hosts, Warrick 'Waz' Bidwell and Nicole 'Nic' Cox, were both born into tradie families and have first hand experience of the gut busting, money stress and pressures that trade businesses can place on their owners and their families! Nic and Waz ...
 
Welcome to Above the Bar!!! We are two attorneys who love libations and conversations and figured we would share all of the fun in a weekly podcast. Every Wednesday we will take on current events with a legal twist as we are some of our opinions, legal background and libation recipes to help you through hump day.
 
A weekly look at what's new and evocative in News, sport, entertainment and politics from around Ireland and the world. The HazBeanz show is presented by Martin Beanz Warde, Irish Traveller and Stand up comedian. Hazbeanz is Ireland's only travelling podcast, where the show travels to each interviewee in a campervan, soaking up the scenery, sounds and smells of each location.Let us invite you into the van for a cup of tea, a chat and a whole lot of laughs. We take the unfiltered approach to ...
 
Welcome to You Should Know, the podcast dedicated to protecting your health, safety and legal rights. Produced in conjunction with the nationally distributed You Should Know e-newsletter, this podcast features experts on a wide variety of important topics that affect you, your family and those closest to you. You Should Know is hosted by National Editor Steve Miller, and is supported by trial lawyers and their clients throughout the nation.
 
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On this edition of “60 Minutes,” Lesley Stahl speaks with parents of service members killed in training, and reports on why so many vehicle training accidents occur in the U.S. armed forces. Jon Wertheim takes us to a remote Canadian island that is trying to reinvent itself. Sharyn Alfonsi speaks with Jacob Smith, the first legally blind person to …
 
On Friday's show: A Russian court has found WNBA star Brittney Griner guilty on drug smuggling and possession charges. The judge sentenced Griner to nine years in prison. What are the chances of the United States government arranging for her release much sooner in some sort of prisoner exchange or other diplomatic effort? An international relations…
 
On Thursday's show: We discuss the implications of Harris County's potential lawsuit against the state over the latest audit of its elections. Also this hour: As more businesses seek to reimburse employees for travel undertaken to get access to an abortion in another state, we explore the potential for additional state laws designed to stop them. T…
 
On Wednesday's show: Harris County Commissioners Court approved a bond proposal that will go before voters in November for around $1 billion in infrastructure spending. Plus: Houston-area school districts will no longer provide free lunches to all students due to the expiration of a federal waiver. Also this hour: We discuss the latest developments…
 
The 2022 mid-term elections will decide the fate of 435 House seats and 33 Senate seats. With 90 days remaining before election day, Early Returns welcomes nationally respected nonpartisan voting analyst, Nathan Gonzales. As editor and publisher of Inside Elections, Nathan has studied and analyzed campaigns and elections for over 20 years. He share…
 
On Tuesday's show: Harris County could decide today whether to put a roughly $1 billion bond measure for infrastructure projects on the ballot in November. Also this hour: Houston City Council Member Letitia Plummer answers your questions about issues facing the city. Then, the city of Houston is often celebrated for the strides it’s made in reduci…
 
In Toronto (City) v. Ontario (Attorney General), the Supreme Court held the Ontario government's decision to reduce the size of Toronto's City Council – during an election – was constitutionally valid. In this episode, we explore the case and its implications on freedom of expression and unwritten constitutional principles. We speak with Nathalie D…
 
Tipping. It's not very Australian. You might be surprised to learn that quite a number of our Tradiepreneur clients actually get tipped by their customers! And we're not talking $10 on a $5000 job. We've heard of $300 tips on a thousand $ job! The good news is it's not that hard to create a situation like this for your own business and Nic and Waz …
 
On Monday's show: The U.S. Senate has approved a bill that contains the long-sought-after Ike Dike/coastal barrier project. The House has passed its own bill as well. We find out what happens next. Also this hour: We offer you your monthly chance to vent your pet peeves. And we analyze any moves the Astros make as the trade deadline approaches and …
 
On this edition of “60 Minutes,” Bill Whitaker investigates Deepfake technology which has come a long way in a short amount of time. Just how will it disrupt industries, society, and our perception of what’s real? Chinese dissident artist Badiucao talks with Jon Wertheim about criticizing the Chinese regime and his life in exile. Sharyn Alfonsi lea…
 
On Friday's show: TxDOT has announced plans to raise a portion of I-10 near White Oak Bayou, but local residents are skeptical of the project. Will TxDOT move forward with the project despite their concerns? We discuss. MORE: TxDOT is seeking public input on the proposed project. Click here to read more about the proposal and for instructions on ho…
 
With a couple of character building weeks under their belts, Nic and Waz share openly and honestly how they've been feeling about and dealing with their emotions! Part therapy for your hosts, part entertainment and hopefully part learning, today's FIF should tick a few boxes for most of you! Remember, you can still see the crew LIVE in Brisbane and…
 
Picture the first “It Girl,” and you’re likely to imagine young, fun Clara Bow, sex symbol of the Roaring ’20s. But behind the frame is the woman who wrote It: Elinor Glyn, an English-gentlewoman-turned-Hollywood-screenwriter whose romantic novels inspired so much of the era’s glamorous aesthetic. Hilary Hallett, a professor of history at Columbia …
 
On Thursday's show: Harris County, the City of Houston, and local environmental attorney Jim Blackburn are suing Union Pacific, citing toxic pollution and soil and groundwater contamination in Kashmere Gardens and the Fifth Ward. We discuss the lawsuit with Harris County Attorney Christian Menefee. Also this hour: In light of the Dobbs decision aff…
 
On Wednesday's show: We discuss the status of drought conditions across the state and the forecast for the rest of the summer. Also this hour: We discuss the latest developments in politics in our weekly roundup. And we revisit our conversation with Jon Meacham about his biography of former Pres. George H.W. Bush, Destiny and Power.…
 
On Tuesday's show: We talk with Houston area Congresswoman Sylvia Garcia about her bill requiring employers to offer paid rest breaks for construction workers. And we welcome your questions and comments about other issues facing the area. Also this hour: We preview Frontline: Facing Eviction, which takes a closer look at evictions in Texas. The epi…
 
On Monday's show: The U.S. Department of Justice has launched an investigation into Houston's response to illegal dumping and whether the city is guilty of racial discrimination. Also this hour: How do we define where “Houston” ends and “outside of Houston” begins? The loop? The beltway? The Grand Parkway? The city limits? The metro area? We talk i…
 
Scott Pelley sits down with Reality Winner, who say she leaked classified information to serve the American people. Bill Whitaker looks at a chain of islands that turned disaster into hope. Anderson Cooper profiles Laurie Anderson, taking you inside the artist's exhibition on display at the Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum. See Privacy Policy at https:…
 
On Friday's show: We talk with a local health expert about the spread of monkeypox and what it means for Houston. Also this hour: William Menjivar concludes a two-part exploration of the future of live music in the Houston area. Hear Part One Then, we break down The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week. And we hear an excerpt from this week's ed…
 
The Pain Killer, the Penicillin, the Doctor—some cocktail menus lean heavily on the idea of “self-medication.” But for millennia, alcohol was medicine. Weak beer was safer to drink than water, and eau de vie was distilled from any number of fruits to treat colic or a cold. Though the ancient Greeks wrote at length about the medical applications of …
 
With its judgment in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the U.S. Supreme Court eliminated the constitutional right to abortion. Striking down the landmark Roe v. Wade decision provides state governments with newfound power to enact and enforce laws that curtail abortion access. The consequences of the ruling will reverberate beyond acces…
 
On Thursday's show: After another day of record-breaking demand on the Texas electric grid, we ask the Houston Chronicle’s Chris Tomlinson to weigh in on efforts in the political ranks (from both sides) to blame different sources of energy for not supplying enough juice. Also this hour: We discuss the concept of sportswashing -- how companies, gove…
 
On Wednesday's show: The EPA is formally objecting to the issuance of operating permits for a Pasadena facility run by Intercontinental Terminal Company, the company responsible for a fire at a separate Deer Park petrochemical facility back in 2019. Will those permits still be issued? And we learn about efforts to unionize some area Starbucks locat…
 
Many view the upcoming 2022 midterm elections as a referendum on the direction of this nation and an opportunity for the people to make their voices heard on critical issues that will likely decide the future of our nation. The views of right. Left on issues of gun control, crime, individual liberties, parental rights, and border control could not …
 
Last week, HR 8297 passed the U.S. House of Representatives. The Ensuring Women’s Right to Reproductive Freedom Act would prohibit anyone from interfering with a person traveling across state lines to obtain abortion services. The bill is sponsored by Houston Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher, who joins us to discuss that and other legislation introduc…
 
On June 24, the US Supreme court overruled a landmark decision: Roe v Wade. For nearly 50 years, abortion was a constitutional right in the Unites States. No more. “The constitution makes no reference to abortion, and no such right is implicitly protected by any constitutional provision.” Read the decision. But quite apart from the legal argument, …
 
If you want it done properly, do it yourself. You've probably heard at least one business owner say that of late. Maybe that's your mantra too?!! But how is this belief actually serving you and will you be thankful for it in your final days? Nic and Waz unpack some practical ways to overcome this thinking AND to start outsourcing simple tasks to fr…
 
On Monday's show: We learn about a gun buyback program that will allow residents of Houston and Harris County to turn in their firearms for gift cards on July 30. Also this hour: We learn about plans to build a huge movie studio in Central Texas. One of the co-founders of Hill Country Studios is from the Houston area. We discuss what this studio mi…
 
On Friday's show: Houston officials say dioxin has been found in a Kashmere Gardens soil sample. News 88.7's Lucio Vasquez has the latest. Also this hour: William Menjivar begins a two-part exploration into the future of live music in the Houston area with an examination of the challenges local venues face putting on concerts. Then: A new poll indi…
 
In Great Britain, some 3,000 villages and towns disappeared in the Middle Ages due to the effects of the Black Death alone. Zoom out on the time scale, then factor in storms and floods, economic or social shifts, climate change, and war, and the number of abandoned settlements balloons. The historian and broadcaster Matthew Green selected eight to …
 
On Thursday's show: Prices for consumer goods have risen 9 percent over the last year -- the highest jump in 40 years. Is a recession on the horizon? And will prices continue to rise? Also this hour: What a chemical leak last year can teach us about what some Houston communities are up against in protecting their health and safety in the shadows of…
 
On Wednesday's show: The recent intense heat has put the spotlight back on the Texas energy grid, with the state's power grid operator asking residents to conserve energy. We discuss whether the power grid can handle the load and whether we should be concerned about another massive power failure. Also this hour: We discuss the latest developments i…
 
At the international level, malware has become a tool of transnational repression – enabling governments to reach across national borders to silence and surveil dissidents. We speak with Siena Anstis, senior legal advisor at The Citizen Lab, about how digital transnational repression takes place, how it implicates human rights, and how governments …
 
Many songs have been penned about change. From David Bowie to Peter, Paul and Mary (ok, Waz is showing his age here) and many more. Fortunately, Waz does NOT sing a song about change today but what he and Coxie DO cover is how you can not only set your business up for the changes that may be coming (interest rate rise anyone?), but to thrive in wha…
 
On Monday's show: The COVID positivity rate in Harris County is close to 30 percent. Should we be concerned about this sharp rise in cases? Also this hour: As NASA is releasing the first images from its new James Webb Space Telescope, we discuss what they show us and learn how the telescope works. Then, veterinarian Dr. Lori Teller answers your pet…
 
In this episode, the Wigs delve into three key legal decisions in the United States concerning access to lawful abortion, starting with the seminal 1973 decision of the United States Supreme Court Roe v Wade, and then the 1991 decision of the Court of planned parenthood v Casey. Finally the recent decision in Dobbs, State Health Officer of the Miss…
 
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