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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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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.
 
The only non-pedophile podcast focused on uncovering the truth of the Epstein conspiracy. Join unlicensed private investigators Liz Franczak, Brace Belden, & @yung-chomsky in their journey digging through the Ep-Files. Perverts: Your Pizza Order (Small Cheese) has been cancelled
 
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.
 
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(NEW YORK) — Nothing illustrates the political passions of a television network's audience quite like ratings for a presidential inaugural. The 6.53 million people who watched President Joe Biden take the oath of office and deliver his inaugural address on MSNBC Wednesday was a whopping 338% bigger than its audience for Donald Trump's swearing in f…
 
"This raft of [executive] orders is trying to communicate to the public that this administration is going to take a more leading role in response to the pandemic," says The Washington Post's Shane Harris. We talked about the first days of the Biden administration, the last days of the Trump administration and more. Want to support 1A? Give to your …
 
Thousands of people in Russia have taken part in demonstrations across the country in support of the jailed Russian opposition leader, Alexei Navalny. Riot police are out in big numbers in Moscow, detaining demonstrators in Pushkin Square.Also in the programme: the Hungarian government defies the EU in seeking vaccines from Russia and China; and Pr…
 
Included in this episode:1. The World’s Biggest Problems Are Interconnected. Here’s How We Can Solve Them This Decade 2. Joe Biden’s Inaugural Events Made a Spectacle of Normalcy. Is That What America Needs Now? 3. Why Mitch McConnell Is Filibustering to Protect the Filibuster 4. ‘Someone Needs to Take a Stand Like That.’ The Creator of Kamala Harr…
 
Two decades ago, people around the world rang in the new millennium with a growing sense of optimism. The threat posed by the Cold War was fading slowly in the rearview mirror. Leading thinkers like Francis Fukuyama touted the benefits of globalization, saying it would bring democracy and prosperity to the developing world. The nascent Internet eco…
 
Joseph R. Biden Jr. was not necessarily the star of the ceremony that marked his inauguration as the 46th President of the United States of America, but that was probably by design. In an address delivered at the Capitol—an edifice that gained new symbolic importance after the far-right insurrection of Jan. 6—that aired on every major network and c…
 
This article is part of the The DC Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox every weekday. It’s a rare thing on Capitol Hill for a lawmaker’s team to try and play down their power. But that’s what is happening right now in the Senate. In the Joe Biden-era Senate, the balance of power is split evenl…
 
The politically savvy understand that fashion tells a story, and at the 2021 Presidential Inauguration on Wednesday, the wardrobe choices of Vice President Kamala Harris and First Lady Jill Biden reinforced the values and hope of the new Administration. Their clothing confirmed a return to the time-honored tradition of supporting American designers…
 
President Biden faces major challenges, from the coronavirus to unemployment, all of which threaten to imperil the nation as well as his nascent presidency. When it comes to COVID-19, can the new administration's rhetoric translate into action? It was one year ago when Wuhan, China plunged into a 72-day lockdown to stop the spread of the virus.…
 
The Senate decides to delay Trump's impeachment trial until February. Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri expresses no regret in objecting election results after riot. President Biden signs two more executive orders aimed at helping economy. "Left high and dry": frustration rises as those eligible for vaccine face jammed websites, phone lines, supply shor…
 
As President Biden sets forth establishing his new government while focusing on the pandemic and economy, the Senate decides to delay the Trump impeachment trial until February. With the COVID-19 death toll in the U.S. now surging pass 413,000, new questions arise about whether Biden's goal of 100 million vaccinations in the first 100 days of his p…
 
For four years, Daniel Dale, a CNN reporter and former Washington bureau chief for the Toronto Star, fact checked every single word that Donald Trump said publicly. Now, he looks back on some of the strangest and most significant lies of Trump’s presidency, and the lasting impact they had on both American politics and our shared sense of reality.…
 
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced that former President Trump’s impeachment trial won’t begin until February 9, giving time for the Senate to confirm Pres. Joe Biden’s Cabinet. A growing number of Republicans have expressed confidence that the party will acquit the former President. Democratic Congressman. Jim Himes joins AC360 to reac…
 
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