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How did one family become associated with an epidemic of drug addiction that has caused the death of almost half a million people? In this episode, award-winning writer and author of Empire of Pain, Patrick Radden Keefe speaks to Hannah Kuchler, the FT’s global pharmaceutical correspondent about how he uncovered fresh material on the Sacklers and d…
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Madeleine Albright, the first female U.S. secretary of state about the legacy of Colin Powell who died Monday. In 2001, Powell became the first Black secretary of state.By KUOW Staff
The Education Department wants to revamp mental health access for students and awareness in schools. NPR's Scott Detrow talks to Secretary Miguel Cardona about the guidance.By KUOW Staff
Former President Donald Trump is suing the the National Archives and the House committee investigating the attack on the U.S. Capitol to try to block the release of documents.By Steve Inskeep
The test appears to be its first submarine-launched ballistic missile in two years. It comes as the U.S. and Asian allies are meeting to discuss how to get North Korea back to the negotiating table.By Steve Inskeep
Sir David Amess was killed doing what he loved: speaking directly with voters. We examine the dangers inherent in the “constituency surgeries” that British politicians cherish. The fight against tuberculosis is made harder by mutations that confer drug resistance; we look at research that has traced nearly every one of them. And why Andy Warhol is …
The SpookToberfest brat is a hot item. The featured ingredients are pork, beer and candy corn. You can pick up the treat at Jenifer Street Market in Madison, Wis.By KUOW Staff
The country's transportation minister says he will introduce a measure to replace all vehicle horns with the sounds of traditional Indian musical instruments. He's also looking into changing sirens.By KUOW Staff
The French government has promised to annonce measures to combat rising fuel prices by the end of the week. Government spokesman Gabriel Attal made the pledge after the price of diesel jumped to a record high for French motorists, driven by rising oil prices. We report on how businesses are being affected by the increased costs. Also today, why App…
Jobs that became more dangerous during the pandemic were often performed by immigrants. These experiences have led some immigrants to push for better working conditions.By KUOW Staff
During the pandemic, karaoke was stopped due to fears of viral spread. Is it safe yet to pick up a karaoke mic in public?By KUOW Staff
In this special episode of the New Statesman podcast, in association with Smart Energy GB, Anoosh Chakelian and guest co-host Philippa Nuttall discuss how we can improve our homes and workplaces to reduce our dependence on energy They are joined by Adrian Joyce, from EuroACE – the Architects Council for Europe and the Renovate Europe campaign and I…
Read a transcript of this episode on FT.com https://www.ft.com/content/ad0b0068-1100-49b9-bc88-2055e1936efc A bitcoin-linked ETF is on track to debut on the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday, marking the first time regular investors will be able to gain exposure to cryptocurrencies through a big Wall Street bourse; China’s hypersonic missile test …
The firm was questioned over its business practices and accused of copying other peoples’ products, and rigging search results to boost its own branded products. The US car giant Ford has unveiled a $300m plan to convert a plant in the UK to make electrical components. Plus, after a BBC investigation about online hatred against women, we hear from …
Welcome to episode 93 of Activist #MMT. Today I talk with Esha Krishnaswamy as a guest on her own show, Late Night with Lenin. Esha has me cold read two pieces written by Lenin more than 100 years ago, and describes why they remain important and relevant. (Here's a link to __PART_TWO__.) Esha is the host of the podcast Historic-ly, which is realist…
Amazon denies allegations that it misled Congress. The retail and tech giant was questioned over claims that it copied other peoples' products, and rigged its search results in India to boost sales of its own branded goods. Plus, we look at Apple's latest offerings - and why so many are disappointed that its big ticket innovations seem few and far …
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China Launched Nuke Ready Hypersonic Missile Sparking FEAR IN Biden Admin Stating We Have NO Defense. Fear of war with China is escalating as economic warfare and moves against Taiwan continue. China recently send over one hundred warplanes into Taiwan's air defense zone and called it justified Meanwhile Republicans are warning that the U.S. could …
Kevin Lings, chief economist at Stanlib talks about the Automobile Association’s warning on the increase of petrol price in the coming days. Lings explains how this increase will trinkle into other parts of the economy. Jerome Brink, director in the tax & exchange control practice at Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr decodes what SARS and Spur are fighting abo…
Chris Hirst, Global CEO of advertising group Havas Creative, cuts through the bullshit and gets to the heart of modern leadership in this straight-talking podcast brought to you by Intelligence Squared. In this episode Chris Hirst speaks to the internet pioneer and Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales who is perhaps the most famous silicon-valley entrepre…
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In Jim’s absence (he always needs a couple of weeks off after the budget), Chris speaks to leading hedge fund manager Peter Van Dessel. An Irishman living in the USA, Peter brings a unique and insightful perspective to the current state of Ireland. He shares his thoughts on the ways in which supply shortages and inflation may well last an awful lot…
“The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” defined an era. For more than sixteen years, Stewart and his many correspondents skewered American politics. At the 2021 New Yorker Festival, Stewart spoke with David Remnick about his new show, “The Problem with Jon Stewart”; the potential return of Donald Trump to the White House; and the controversy around cance…
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The green revolution won’t be cheap, but there is enough money to make it happen - if it goes to the right places. What role can finance play in steering economies towards a low-carbon future? Elemental Excelerator’s Dawn Lippert tells us why Hawaii is the best place to help climate start-ups find funding. Tariq Fancy, who ran sustainable investmen…
There have been a flurry of announcements of investment in the manufacture of electric cars. Toyota will spend $3.5bn to build car batteries in the United States, while Europe's Stellantis has done a deal with LG to produce battery cells for North America. Meanwhile, Ford is investing $300m to convert a plant in the UK to make electric car componen…
NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with veteran journalist Ted Koppel about Colin Powell's legacy. Koppel recalls both professional moments as well as personal ones, like their shared love of fast cars.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Scott Detrow speaks with retired four-star Gen. Wesley Clark about how history will remember Colin Powell. The former secretary of state has died at 84.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks to foreign policy expert Anthony Cordesman of the Center for Strategic and International Studies about how Colin Powell's work will be remembered.By KUOW Staff
Powell was the first Black chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, and the first Black secretary of state. His family said he died of COVID-19 complications, though he was fully vaccinated.By Don Gonyea
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell died early Monday due to complications from COVID-19.By Mara Liasson
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Jacqueline Charles, Caribbean correspondent for the Miami Herald, about 17 people, including children, were kidnapped by a gang in Haiti on Saturday.By KUOW Staff
China's economic growth slowed to a crawl in the third quarter, raising concerns over the global recovery from the pandemic. G-D-P in the July to September period expanded 0-point-2 percent from the previous three months. The year-on-year number was 4-point-9 percent, down from the almost 8 percent growth recorded in the second quarter. The slump w…
A malfunctioning hidden shredder was all that saved the Banksy painting 'Girl with Balloon' from the bin. That's right after it was auctioned off for more than a million dollars in 2018. But the failed stunt has proven to be a huge financial success. Paolo Montecillo has the details. #Banksy #Auction #GirlwithBalloon #Shredder…
A foreign-language TV show based on Korean kids' games, where most of the characters die. It doesn't sound like the traditional recipe for a global hit. But perhaps that's part of Squid Game's appeal. The dystopian South Korean series has become a surprise worldwide phenomenon. It's Netflix's most popular debut and has sparked a small business boom…
Around 2.2 billion people worldwide suffer from blindness or some form of vision loss. Most don't know they have a condition that causes blindness, like glaucoma, until it's too late. But one Turkish lab is on a mission to detect the condition early and help patients preserve the most important human sense. Laila Humairah reports. #Glaucoma #Biotec…
The pandemic has seen consumers shift to online shopping, as stores were forced to shut their doors for long periods over the past 20 months. In the UK, that has led to thousands of closures this year. But new data suggests that independent retailers are coming to the rescue of the ailing high street. Matt Gooderick has more.#UKretailers #Pandemic …
G20 finance ministers have endorsed a plan to roll out a global minimum corporate income tax rate of 15 percent within the next two years. More than 130 countries have already signed on to the agreement, which is aimed at making large multinational corporations pay more. Mobin Nasir reports. We had a chat to Director of Applied Economics at George …
Supply chain bottlenecks are pushing up the cost of a wide variety of goods. That's because of rising demand for products that the world's infrastructure isn't equipped to handle. As Paolo Montecillo reports, it's threatening to derail the fragile recovery from the pandemic. For more, we spoke to Samir Dani. He's a professor of operations managemen…
China's Q3 GDP growth came in below forecasts at 4.9%, as power shortages, supply chain disruptions and a liquidity crisis in the real estate market continue to weigh on the economy. Also, Facebook announces a plan to hire 10,000 new EU workers to build its "metaverse", and Hollywood narrowly avoids a major production crew strike.…
A paltry GDP rise is down to the pandemic, power and property. We ask what growing pains President Xi Jinping will endure in the name of economic reforms. Emmanuel Macron, France’s president, will probably end up in the second round of next year’s election; who will stand against him is ever more unpredictable. And fixing meeting inefficiency with …
Donna and Todd Skinner grew a squash that stands about chest-high. It weighs 2,164 pounds. That's more than a ton — the same as an old Volkswagen Beetle or the Liberty Bell.By KUOW Staff
The Sky defeated the Phoenix Mercury 80-74 in a comeback win. The team was led by superstar Candace Parker, a Chicago native, who returned to play at home after 13 seasons in LA.By KUOW Staff