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Best News Podcasts We Could Find
Best News Podcasts We Could Find
News channels have become vital part of people's daily activities as they provide people with fresh information about the latest events, the weather, the stock market, from every corner of the world. Getting the latest news has become even easier thanks to podcasts as they are easy to follow, on almost all devices people use, and at any place - on the way home, in the park, at work, etc. The podcasts listed in this catalog provide coverage of the current, breaking news, business news, local news, national news and world news, at all hours, morning, noon and evening, from many countries in the world. Most of the podcasts are hosted by renowned journalists, who discuss about the latest events in many fields, including politics, showbiz, sports, technology, sometimes accompanied by experts in many fields of interest. Also, there are podcasts which present informative and thought-provoking discussion of front-page issues and major news stories.
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Power, unpacked. “Sway” is a new interview show hosted by Kara Swisher, “Silicon Valley’s most feared and well liked journalist.” Now taking on Washington, Hollywood and the world, Kara investigates power: who has it, who’s been denied it, and who dares to defy it. Every Monday and Thursday, from New York Times Opinion Audio.
 
NPR's Up First is the news you need to start your day. The three biggest stories of the day, with reporting and analysis from NPR News — in 10 minutes. Available weekdays by 6 a.m. ET, with hosts Rachel Martin, Noel King and Steve Inskeep. Now available on Saturdays by 8 a.m. ET, with hosts Lulu Garcia-Navarro and Scott Simon. Subscribe and listen, then support your local NPR station at donate.npr.org.
 
You’ve seen the headlines, now hear the Full Story. Every weekday, join Guardian journalists for a deeper understanding of the news in Australia and beyond. Subscribe for free on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or any other podcasting app
 
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 is your host, asking the questions you didn’t know you wanted answered. Published weekdays by 5 p.m. Eastern time.
 
Voted “Favorite Political Podcast” by Apple Podcasts listeners. Stephen Colbert says "Everybody should listen to the Slate Political Gabfest." The Gabfest, featuring Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson, and David Plotz, is the kind of informal and irreverent discussion Washington journalists have after hours over drinks.
 
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On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- super-spreader fears as hundreds of thousands gather at the Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago. Also -- the war on COVID has changed. New data from the CDC shows how easily the Delta variant can spread. Dr. Jon LaPook weighs in on what it could mean for vaccinated Americans. See Privacy Policy at https:/…
 
As the Delta variant continues its rapid spread in the U.S., the CDC released updated guidelines recommending that vaccinated citizens wear masks indoors in areas where Covid-19 transmission is high. Currently, about two-thirds of all U.S. counties qualify. The House committee on the Jan. 6 insurrection met for the first time this week. It heard te…
 
CDC concerned over just how fast the Delta variant is spreading. COVID outbreaks at camps leads to worries about schools. Allegations of doping in the Olympic pool. CBS News Correspondent Steve Kathan has today's World News Roundup. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sel…
 
The threat of the Delta variant looms over the recovery of the economy and the health of the global population, Fareed asks Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman what this stage of the pandemic will look like, and if the economy will shut down again. Then, the key to transitioning back to normal life lies in vaccines, but how can governments a…
 
On Monday a small band of U.S. Capitol Police officers delivered vivid, emotional testimony about a previously unthinkable event—the day a partisan mob stormed the Capitol to try to overturn an American election. Many Americans had already seen the sounds and images of that shocking day, but there was something about their description that brought …
 
There are warnings of a humanitarian crisis as Islamist militants look to take their first provincial capital. They have made rapid rural gains since it was announced almost all foreign troops would leave by September.Also on the programme: we hear from Myanmar where the military ruler has promised to hold elections within two years; and an eye wit…
 
This week's bonus episode of Up First comes from NPR's Throughline. The Olympics originated in Ancient Greece and were resurrected in the 1890's after a 1,500 year ban. Since then, the International Olympic Committee has been behind every Olympic Games. This episode explores the story of how the IOC turned the Olympics into a huge commercial succes…
 
US charities say millions of Americans are at risk of homelessness as a federal ban on evicting tenants during the pandemic comes to an end today.Also in the programme: fierce clashes between government troops and Taliban forces in three major cities in Afghanistan; and thousands take to the streets of Paris and other French cities to protest the g…
 
Included in this episode:1. Simone Biles Pulls Out of Olympic Vault and Uneven Bars Finals 2. Katie Ledecky’s Incredible Olympic Legacy 3. How a Coalition of Business and Labor Groups Helped Save the Infrastructure Bill 4. McDonald’s Announces New Meal Collab with Rapper Saweetie, Building on Wildly Successful Musician Collabs 5. Review: Matt Damon…
 
There are fears that Kandahar could fall to the Taliban. On Friday a UN compound in the city of Herat came under fierce attack. Taliban forces have already seized several districts on the outskirts of the city as well as border crossings with Iran and Turkmenistan.Also on the programme we'll be getting the latest on the fighting in Northern Ethiopi…
 
Simone Biles has withdrawn from the event finals for vault and uneven bars at the Tokyo Olympics. USA Gymnastics announced the news in a statement on July 31, adding that Biles will continue to be evaluated to determine if she will compete in the women's floor exercise and balance beam finals. The floor exercise will take place on Aug. 2 and the ba…
 
On her most challenging day of competition in a career filled with them, Katie Ledecky thought about her grandparents. The 24-year-old American with a record haul of world championship medals had just finished a disappointing fifth in the 200 meter freestyle at the Tokyo Olympics. In about an hour, she was due to dive back into the pool for the fin…
 
In recent years, Tunisia has become a victim of its own reputation. In the decade since its landmark 2011 revolution, its characterization as "the only democratic success story of the Arab Spring" has hung around the country's neck like an albatross. While observers have routinely celebrated its "democratic transition" they overlooked a parliament …
 
Over a year after the Covid-19 pandemic hit the headlines in China, Liyang Liu explores the hidden impacts on people in her home city Beijing. Life has in some ways got back to normal in China’s capital, especially compared to many other global cities, but Liyang discovers things have changed in more subtle ways beyond the masks in this mega city o…
 
Ten crispy chicken nuggets, medium fries and a Coke: a classic McDonald’s order. But add sides of cajun and sweet chili sauces and a collectible purple box and you’ve just placed an order for the BTS Meal, this summer’s collaboration between the seven-member Korean pop sensation and the fast food giant. It was a small addition, yet on a quarterly e…
 
Last January, Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas responded with audible groans when their album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, was awarded Album of the Year at the Grammys. “We didn’t make this album to win a Grammy… we didn’t think we would win anything ever,” Finneas, who produced the album, told the crowd in a sheepish acceptance …
 
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