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Best Current Events podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Current Events podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Don't have time for a full news hour? Listen to the PBS NewsHour, segment by segment. Our full coverage of politics, science, arts, health, national and international news is included in this feed in easy-to-digest 5 to 10 minute segments. Segments are published each night by 9 p.m. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full show, Shields and Brooks, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. ...
 
Listen to the complete PBS NewsHour, specially formatted as a podcast. Published each night by 9 p.m., our full show includes every news segment, every interview, and every bit of analysis as our television broadcast. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our individual segments, Shields and Brooks, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newsh ...
 
Frank and Dan's off-the-cuff conversations focus on current events cast through the lens of their shared atheism. Episodes include a rundown of six news stories from the prior week, and the show occasionally features interviews with writers, thinkers, and leaders in the atheist community. As former Mormons, the hosts provide insight into the often misunderstood religious minority.
 
The Hagmann Report provides news and information based on a combination of exclusive investigative work, proprietary sources and contacts and qualified guests open source material. The Hagmann Report will never be encumbered by political correctness or held hostage to an agenda of revisionist history. The Hagmann Report broadcasts live weekdays 7-10pm et.
 
Live from Denver, Colorado Eddie Jason & Chris is a weekly podcast delivering current events, hot topics and interviews with musicians and newsmakers. You never know what you'll get with EJC, but we can not confidently assure you that it will be entertaining. Get a weekly dose of EJC and subscribe now and leave a review! Join the show live on idobi Radio every Monday night at 8pm ET. www.idobi.com www.ejcshow.com www.facebook.com/EJCshow @EJCshow on Twitter
 
Professional mountain biker Payson McElveen sits down with some of the biggest names in sports and adventure to get an inside look at what sets them apart. With no script, the casual conversations are as diverse as the guests, with topics ranging from harrowing tales of survival, to debates on current events, to everyday tips and tricks and everything in between. As Payson travels the world for his two-wheeled day job, listen in as he rubs shoulders with and learns from some of the most insp ...
 
Learn English the fun way—by listening to a podcast in English! Plain English is a program that you can understand! Join Jeff twice a week for an American English podcast about current events, such as American culture, travel, business, technology, politics and sports. The episodes also help you learn English vocabulary, idioms, phrasal verbs, English grammar and other expressions. Best of all, the show goes at the right speed for you—just a little bit slower than native speech. By listening ...
 
Hilarious, honest and unfiltered, Race Wars with Kurt Metzger, Sherrod Small and Keren Margolis delivers a brutally funny perspective that can't be found anywhere else. Kurt, Sherrod and Keren cut through all the layers of politically correct media spin to deliver hysterical and truthful opinions on social, racial and global topics.
 
Listen to PBS NewsHour science reporting published every Wednesday by 9 p.m. Featuring reports from Miles O'Brien, Nsikan Akpan and the rest of our science crew, we take on topics ranging from the future of 3-D printing to power of placebo drugs. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full shows, individual segments, Shields and Brooks, Brief but Spectacular, Politics Monday and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. PBS NewsHour is ...
 
A podcast where a woman from the right and a woman from the left accessorize the news with a fresh perspective. Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers bring a nuanced perspective to discussions about politics and current events.
 
The Michael Steele Podcast is a podcast hosted by former Republican National Committee Chairman and Maryland Lt. Governor Michael Steele. Each week, Michael moderates a barbershop style discussion about the key political and cultural issues of the day. Michael brings his experience as an MSNBC political analyst and from a lifetime in politics to a podcast which transcends traditional political boundaries in order to dig deep and find real solutions.
 
For over 6 years, Brian G. Murphy and Fr. Shannon TL Kearns have shared an LGBTQ perspective on a different Bible passage each week. Most weeks, the show covers a passage from the upcoming Sunday's lectionary but also occasionally covers current event, special themes, and important events like Coming Out Day or Transgender Day of Remembrance. Join tens of thousands of listeners from around the world for the Bible, every week, queered.
 
ON THE LEVEL with JLOUIS MILLS From controversial to conversational, JLouis Mills talks ON THE LEVEL with a variety of guest panelists on his weekly show covering everything from current events to social issues or the latest hot topics to chatting it up with celebs. JLouis also invites you to be in the mix, with callers welcome to either join the debate or throw your Q’s into the pot! Get ready to dig deep and get ON THE LEVEL!
 
Chris “Pepper Hicks” Stanley, Bronx Johnny, and Chris from Brooklyn are three best friends living life to the fullest in NYC. They’re gentlemen, scholars; they’re alcoholics. Enjoy the art of conversation as they wax philosophic about news, sports, pop culture, and their occasionally questionable life choices. The newest 15 episodes are always free, but if you want access to all the archives, watch live, chat live, access to the forums, and get the show a week before it comes out everywhere ...
 
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The United States has just passed a grim milestone: 100,000 deaths officially attributed to COVID-19. The death care industry is completely overwhelmed, and mourning family and friends have few options to grieve and heal together within the parameters of social distancing. Plus, learn the English expression “all walks of life.” Take your English to…
 
On this edition for Saturday, June 6, a memorial service was held for George Floyd in the North Carolina town where he was born, and as protests continued in the U.S. thousands of demonstrators around the world took to the streets to rally against police brutality and systemic racism. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York. PBS NewsHour is supporte…
 
It has been more than 50 years since deadly riots in Newark, New Jersey broke out. But protests taking place there this past week over George Floyd's death have been mostly peaceful. Newark Mayor Ras Baraka joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss what the city has done to prepare for interactions between police and demonstrators, and how that's helped ma…
 
The threat of a pandemic did not keep New Yorkers home as protesters across the city took to the streets chanting "Black Lives Matter" calling for several police reforms. Largely peaceful, several demonstrators defied the city's 8 P.M. curfew. Protests continued Saturday. NewsHour Weekend's Christopher Booker reports on what protesters would like t…
 
June is Pride Month, the anniversary of the 1969 riots by the LGBTQ community against police brutality at New York City's Stonewall Inn. Now, with a recent wave of violence against black, transgender people, activists are demanding those stories be centered in the "Black Lives Matter" movement. NewsHour Weekend's Ivette Feliciano spoke with Imara J…
 
New numbers from the U.S. Labor Department Friday surprised economists when the jobless rate dropped from 14.7 percent in April to 13.3 percent in May. But there was a note on the official report called a "misclassification error" that makes last month's unemployment rate up to three points higher. The Wall Street Journal's chief economics commenta…
 
Welcome to the barefoot is Legal Radio Show. We help share questions, give encouragement, and advocate for sharing the barefoot lifestyle. Our website is Http://www.barefootislegal.org Most people think it is against the law to drive a car, go to the store, or eat in public without shoes. There are zero laws regarding this. There is tons of evidenc…
 
We take a look at Trump’s based tweets and Alan joins us to talk about his travels and his experience with jogging culture. Nordic Frontier is an English speaking podcast and a sister broadcast to the glorious Radio Nordfront. Our aim is to spread our political message of the Nordic Resistance Movement to a wider audience. The format is not set in …
 
Delusion Solution- What is really happening to our state, to our country, and to our world? What does the future hold? Will our educational system continue to dumb down our children? Has America arrived at the point of no return?” Are you ready to make sense of current events, to know the truth, to pierce the veil? Join myself Tara Dawn as (your ho…
 
In this edition of the Arizona Soul Podcast, Arizona Verse & Soul Papo wax poetically about Arizona Verse's absence from the podcast, is 2020 the end of the world, COVID-19 pandemic, surviving quarantine, the deaths of Breonna Taylor, Aubrey Ahmed, Dion Johnson, George Floyd and the largest protest in the history of mankind.#ArizonaSoulPodcastConta…
 
Friday on the NewsHour, another tumultuous week in the U.S. comes to a close with some signs of economic progress -- but continued unrest over racism and police use of force. Plus: What May jobs numbers could mean for the pandemic economy, Mayor Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles on protests and policing, the analysis of Mark Shields and David Brooks and…
 
For episode descriptions, etc., please go to (and bookmark) http://www.hagmannreportlive.com Help us fight censorship by accessing our show on our own site. WATCH LIVE - Monday-Friday 7-9:00 PM ET HERE: https://www.HagmannReportLive.com Please help us keep the lights on - Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hagmannreport Hagmann Report W…
 
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The U.S. enters another weekend still echoing with outrage over the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, plus more reports of police violence in the subsequent protests. But there is also news of some economic recovery, with more than 2 million jobs added in May. The president melded the two during Friday remarks at the Rose Garden -- and quickl…
 
In our news wrap Friday, worldwide deaths from COVID-19 neared 400,000, with more than quarter of those occurring in the U.S. The World Health Organization called for widespread use of face masks amid "evolving evidence" they can help reduce transmission. Also, an Associated Press count shows former Vice President Joe Biden within 18 delegates of c…
 
Jobs numbers from May were unexpectedly strong, catching most economists by surprise. But the Trump administration was quick to hail them as early indications of an economic recovery already underway. How do others interpret the new data -- and what do they suggest about the future? John Yang reports and talks to labor economist Elise Gould of the …
 
The nationwide protests over the killing of George Floyd are forcing many state and local government officials to closely examine their law enforcement agencies and practices. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Thursday his proposal to cut $150 million from the city's police budget and put that money toward helping communities of color. He j…
 
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest news, including public opinion of the nationwide protests over police treatment of black Americans, President Trump's response and use of force to dispel protesters and the reaction of prominent military leaders to his handling of th…
 
Even as unrest and mass protests dominate national headlines, the novel coronavirus continues to take more lives. We share stories of five victims, including a baker who endured internment during World War II, a veteran of the Fire Department of New York who responded on 9/11 and a retired elementary school teacher. PBS NewsHour is supported by - h…
 
As the United States grapples with widespread unrest after the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police, our fraught national relationship with race is again in the spotlight. How can we move forward from this moment? PBS NewsHour believes we should begin the conversation by listening to black Americans. For that, we turn to a variety of grass…
 
Since George Floyd was killed by a Minneapolis police officer on May 25, rage that had accumulated over centuries of racial violence spilled into the nation's streets. From Atlanta , Macon and Savannah to London , Amsterdam and Paris , protesters are flooding streets that, only weeks ago, stood nearly empty due to fears of COVID-19. The crowds are …
 
In our news wrap Friday, worldwide deaths from COVID-19 neared 400,000, with more than quarter of those occurring in the U.S. The World Health Organization called for widespread use of face masks amid "evolving evidence" they can help reduce transmission. Also, an Associated Press count shows former Vice President Joe Biden within 18 delegates of c…
 
In a moment when we are reexamining the role and practices of policing in America, we are thrilled to welcome back Lisa Sharon Harper, an author, activist, and founder and president of Freedom Road, to talk us through what a world without police might look like. Thank you for being a part of our community! We couldn't do what we do without you. To …
 
A nation is in upheaval over the death of George Floyd and Michael talks with Angel Rye about how "law and order" means something very different to those who have been under the law and ordered to jail. Angela Rye is a CNN political commentator, CEO of IMPACT Strategies, a political strategy firm with a cutting edge approach to achieving client’s g…
 
hr 1 Guest: Nick Griffin – a former Member of European Parliament (MEP) who returns to the program this hour to discuss climate change and COVID-19. hr 2 Hosts James Edwards and Keith Alexander unpack several topics, including: North Pole exploration, the new economy, carnivores, bird watchers, and the most recent scandal to rock the Southern Bapti…
 
Jesse and Brittany discuss reopening the economy and gifts of honey, listener emails and voicemails related to the murder of George Floyd and the protests around the country, the silence and complicity among Republicans in the face of Donald Trump’s attacks on Americans and the country, Anderson Cooper’s beautiful segment on the protests, and A$$ho…
 
Chris from Brooklyn, Chris Stanley, and Bronx Johnny hang out for another episode of High Society Radio. The guys discuss the recent protests after the death of George Floyd, react to audio from a stolen police scanner and video of a false arrent, judge some entries to the HSR art contest, and more. Air Date: 06/04/20 Support our sponsors! Go to Ri…
 
On this episode of the aPODcalypse, we interview Julia Matamoros who works for Denver Public Health investigating COVID-19 related "cluster" breakouts. We found this interview to be particularly enlightening on how the virus spreads throughout and uniquely affects our communities. Recorded 05.28.2020 juliamatamoros.mp3File Size: 47845 kbFile Type: …
 
Welcome to the Proof Negative Radio Show! We have been on air since January 2010. We focus on alternative news, independent politics, & health and wellness. We reserve the right to go off topic and have fun on air as well. Freedomizer Radio does NOT embrace socialism, or pursue what the 1% global elites want us to do or think. We do not monitor thi…
 
Thursday on the NewsHour, predominantly peaceful protests continue across America despite occasional use of force by police and the presence of National Guard troops, and memorial services begin for George Floyd. Also: Former military leaders push back on President Trump's rhetoric, Hong Kong protesters defy bans on gathering, why work from home co…
 
Sonny covers current events; The riots are a diversion of other things going on in the background! Tucker Carlson calls it out for what it is - lack of leadership. I also feature the John Mark video clip: Minneapolis Riots - 7 Reasons They're a HUGE WIN for the Smart Right Support the South Africa Family Relief Project SAFRPSA.org Official website …
 
For episode descriptions, etc., please go to (and bookmark) http://www.hagmannreportlive.com Help us fight censorship by accessing our show on our own site. WATCH LIVE - Monday-Friday 7-9:00 PM ET HERE: https://www.HagmannReportLive.com Please help us keep the lights on - Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hagmannreport Hagmann Report W…
 
Formal mourning began Thursday for George Floyd, the Minneapolis man whose death has touched off a torrent of national outrage. While overnight protests were largely peaceful, President Trump is now facing a torrent of criticism over his talk of using the military to quell unrest. John Yang reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.or…
 
In New York City, protesters were largely peaceful on Wednesday, but as nighttime fell, police in riot gear moved in to enforce a curfew -- sometimes by force. The NewsHour's Daniel Bush talks with Judy Woodruff about what protesters there are saying about why they are out in the streets and how leaders there are approaching the demonstrations. PBS…
 
Mayor Muriel Bowser said on Thursday that she thinks "there is a legal question" about President Trump's ability to call out-of-state National Guard into the District of Columbia. Bowser joins Judy Woodruff to discuss how the city has seen protests at the White House swell "ever since peaceful protesters were forcibly moved" and how she sees the fe…
 
President Trump's talk of using military force on people protesting police brutality against black Americans has generated a backlash among a number of former senior military officers. Nick Schifrin gets perspective from retired Army Gen. Carter Ham on why these officials, as well as some who are currently serving, are wary of sending active-duty t…
 
In our news wrap Thursday, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced that the statue will be removed from Richmond's well-known "Monument Avenue," and said that the state can no longer showcase a cause that sought to preserve slavery. Also, business closings and cutbacks during the COVID-19 pandemic have claimed another 1.9 million jobs, according to t…
 
In our news wrap Thursday, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced that the statue will be removed from Richmond's well-known "Monument Avenue," and said that the state can no longer showcase a cause that sought to preserve slavery. Also, business closings and cutbacks during the COVID-19 pandemic have claimed another 1.9 million jobs, according to t…
 
Thousands of people turned out in Hong Kong to commemorate the 31st anniversary of the brutal crackdown in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, defying a ban demonstrating during the pandemic. Their aim? To rally against China's moves to impose its legal will in the semi-autonomous region with a strict new national security law. Special correspondent Divya …
 
Thousands of people turned out in Hong Kong to commemorate the 31st anniversary of the brutal crackdown in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, defying a ban demonstrating during the pandemic. Their aim? To rally against China's moves to impose its legal will in the semi-autonomous region with a strict new national security law. Special correspondent Divya …
 
Fears of the coronavirus pandemic and the sharp shifts by companies to allow employees to work from home could devastate the nation's office skyscrapers, some economists say. But real estate moguls say the office as we know it isn't dead yet. Economics correspondent Paul Solman explores how uncertainty is affecting the market. PBS NewsHour is suppo…
 
Long lines to enter stores. Anxiety about finding food on the shelves. Boarded up businesses and barren streets. Journalist and author Dawn Turner says this pandemic has afforded everyone the chance to understand what people who live in poor communities faced long before COVID-19. Turner offers her humble opinion on why we all need to make a connec…
 
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