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Think about all of the things you consider every day to help keep yourself, your loved ones, and your community happy, healthy, and hopeful. Now consider this: There is an ever-growing body of research demonstrating significant negative impacts, for yourself and the ones you love, in the consumption of pornography. It can change the way you think, harm your ability to connect with other people, and can contribute to changing the world in negative ways. Join us every other week as we consider ...
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Hosts/nerds Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton are your friendly music buddies with the week's best new music discoveries, including conversations with emerging artists, icons and more. Hear songs that can completely change your day, with humor, heart and (sometimes) a whole lot of noise. Directions for use: Morning commute, the gym, or alone time. (If rash persists, discontinue use.)
Running Things Considered is back for a new season with new hosts! Taking over are two elite runners: Zane Coburn, a genuinely funny dude with years of experience at almost every level, and Avery Bartlett, an ACC champion with an uncomfortable amount of Tik Tok fame. They are bringing weekly podcasts answering anything on the line 646-780-9218. Nothing is off-limits, ask what you want to hear, and get ready to dive into the lives of two of the biggest personalities in the running.
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Buildings are concentrated in places that are likely to be hit by a disaster such as a hurricane, flood or wildfire, researchers found. That includes both urban and rural hotspots.By Rebecca Hersher
Back in March, Congress approved nearly $50 billion in aid for people who need rental assistance to avoid eviction. At the same time a federal moratorium on evictions is expected to be extended till the end of the July.By NPR
Earthquake League founding member Thomas Sutherland comes on the show this week to talk about the 2nd most boring topic in OS.By Bryan Manolakos
Our favorite new artists of 2021 (so far) include Jay Som and Palehound together as Bachelor, the queer pop celebrations of girl in red, Olivia Rodrigo, the warped rap duo Paris Texas and more. 1. Bachelor (Jay Som & Palehound): "Back Of My Hand," from Doomin' Sun 2. girl in red: "Serotonin," from if i could make it go quiet 3. Arlo Parks: "Hurt," …
Capital gains are back in the limelight as tax code changes loom. We will walk you through how we coach families to use gains for their benefit when gifting and creating income for retirement. Connect with Financial Enhancement Group: Visit our Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/FinancialEnhancementGroup Join our Facebook Group at www.yourlifeafterw…
Fight the New Drug first discovered Garrett when he took it upon himself to run 30 marathons in 30 days—and then rode a bike 3,800 miles across the United States—all to raise awareness on the harms of pornography. Since he has confronted his own battle with pornography, Garrett is dedicated to this fight to educate others. Now, as one of Fight the …
Brad Smith has had the privilege of leading organizations in their customer centric transformation at Symantec, Yahoo!, and Sage as their CCO/CMO. Across his 20+ years of leadership Brad has led global support and service functions for Oracle, Openwave, and Verisign as well as small start-ups. Currently, Brad is the President & Chairman of the Boar…
Happy Father's Day to the man I love and admire, from the sons he loves and leads. There's no one like my guy.By Pastor Shaunna Barbee Tyus
Banned by some of the early Church Fathers as false or heretical, the unauthorised, apocryphal gospels continue to exercise a hold on the popular imagination through novels, new translations and through numerous conspiracy theories. Roy Jenkins investigates some of the many surviving texts that didn't make it into the accepted canon of the New Test…
Podcast 17 continues our Considering Christianity as a Scientist series by addressing listener questions about repentance, baptism and sacrifice. We discuss the meaning and methods of the words and the concepts towards a broader understanding of these values of Christianity.By drdougwyatt
AFC hosts Derick G and AJ Guillen preview UFC Fight Night 190 including Korean Zombie vs Dan Ige, Marlon Vera vs Davey Grant, Julian Erosa vs Seungwoo Choi, Matt Brown vs Diego Lima and more. FOLLOW US: Instagram: @allfactorsconsidered | @d496 | @_ent_aj | Twitter: @afcfightalk | @d496_ | For more information: https://allfactorsconsidered.com/ | Su…
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With Brett Gilliland, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Visionary Wealth Advisors The theme of “incongruence” weaves through many of the stories shared by advisors who’ve changed firms or models. Because it becomes difficult – if not impossible – to serve clients and grow your business when there’s a misalignment between your goals and those of …
The Money Show discusses how AfriCrypt was able to defraud its investors about R54 billion, and if there will be implications for the fraudsters. Susan Comrie, investigative journalist at amaBhungane explained the department of environment, forestry, and fisheries' decision to refuse environmental authorisation on the Karpowerships deal. Then on ou…
Buildings are concentrated in places that are likely to be hit by a disaster such as a hurricane, flood or wildfire, researchers found. That includes both urban and rural hotspots.By NPR
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Stanford professor and former Chairman of JetBlue Airways Joel Peterson joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss his article “My road to cancellation.” Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/federalist-radio-hour/stanford-professor-reveals-his-road…
Just hours earlier, a court in Spain had approved the extradition of McAfee to the U.S., where he was set to stand trial on federal tax-evasion charges in New York.By NPR
The Supreme Court sided with a student who was penalized after cussing out her school on Snapchat. Advocates of free speech are calling it a big win for students. Listen to our earlier breakdown of the case. Plus, violent crime is on the rise throughout the country, and the Biden administration has unveiled its plan to combat the problem. This epis…
Whichever team wins the NBA title, it'll be the first time they've done so in decades or ever. NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Maitreyi Anantharaman of Defector about a bizarre, injury-marred postseason.By KUOW Staff
Whichever team wins the NBA title, it'll be the first time they've done so in decades or ever. NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Maitreyi Anantharaman of Defector about a bizarre, injury-marred postseason.By NPR
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Aaron Tang about the U.S. Supreme Court ruling deciding that a California regulation allowing unions to engage with workers in their workplace is unconstitutional.By KUOW Staff
The owners of the container ship that was stuck in the Suez Canal in March have reached a compensation deal with Egyptian authorities. Jammed for nearly a week, the blockage disrupted global shipping.By Jackie Northam
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Aaron Tang about the U.S. Supreme Court ruling deciding that a California regulation allowing unions to engage with workers in their workplace is unconstitutional.By NPR
The owners of the container ship that was stuck in the Suez Canal in March have reached a compensation deal with Egyptian authorities. Jammed for nearly a week, the blockage disrupted global shipping.By NPR
Hong Kong's most prominent pro-democracy paper, Apple Daily, says it is shutting down. Its accounts have been frozen and much of its top leadership has been arrested.By NPR
Hong Kong's most prominent pro-democracy paper, Apple Daily, says it is shutting down. Its accounts have been frozen and much of its top leadership has been arrested.By Emily Feng
India has detected over 40 cases of a new coronavirus variant called "Delta Plus," which may be more transmissible and resistant to COVID-19 treatments.By NPR
With gun violence on the rise, President Biden is talking about his plans to let states use funding from the COVID-19 aid package to help address it.By NPR
In the wake of the pandemic, workers are quitting their jobs in record numbers. Some say they want to work less and enjoy life more. Others simply don't want to sit in an office full-time.By NPR
Against a backdrop of violence in the nation's Tigray region, Ethiopia held elections Monday. NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Tsedale Lemma, editor of Addis Standard, about what's at stake.By NPR
The U.S. Supreme Court sided with students on Wednesday, ruling that a former cheerleader's online F-bombs about her school is protected speech under the First Amendment.By NPR
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Dawna Jones, Carolina Black Caucus chair and assistant dean of students, about faculty morale at UNC-Chapel Hill and the mishandling of Nikole Hannah-Jones' tenure.By NPR
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin told lawmakers he supports a major change to the military justice system. It would let independent military lawyers handle cases of sexual assault and domestic violence.By NPR
Advisers to the CDC met to discuss some side effects associated with the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. In a small number of recipients the vaccines may be causing temporary inflammation to the heart.By NPR
Resigned to the apparent hold that the Syrian government has regained over most of the country, the U.S. and others who once sought to unseat the regime appear to be preparing to live with it.By NPR