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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. ...
 
The Scout's Honor podcast provides inside information from teams along with unique perspective from Scouting Services, Inc. Dir. of Operations Dave-Te' Thomas. He and former CNN Sports anchor Paul Crane provide news, information and player insight from inside teams in all four major sports, football, baseball, basketball and hockey.
 
At East Gate we love to walk off the map and explore the unknown, unseen and not yet realities of God to see His so ever rewarding “suddenlies”. We are the East Gate. These are messages, teachings and encounters that come from our local community. For more information about us, please visit Eastgatetx.org. East Gate Community Church is located in Rockwall, Texas. To make a one time or recurring tax deductible gift to East Gate Community Church please visit http://www.eastgatetx.org/give/
 
Golf DMV is a weekly podcast discussing the latest news in professional golf, industry trends and highlighting golf courses in the greater Washington, D.C. area. Whether you're a high handicap, low handicap, club member or weekend hacker, if you love golf, you'll love the Golf DMV podcast.
 
Welcome to the home of Eat Sleep Suplex Retweet, a wrestling podcast out of Scotland, U.K. Through our team of knowledgeable fans of the industry, we bring you the best of all things wrestling, from the heights of WWE to Glasgow's own Insane Championship Wrestling. Some wrestling pods may just do previews and reviews, but here, we aim to produce analysis of a number of topics, whilst also providing a whole bunch of laughs and banter. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @SuplexRetweet.
 
America feels divided. From the most salient questions about our national identity and place in the world, to fundamental concerns about technology, religion, the economy, and public policy, Intelligence Squared U.S. is here to help. A respite from polarized discussions, we bring together the smartest minds to debate and dissect issues in depth, restoring civility and bringing intelligence to the public square in the process.
 
The Anxiety Hour is a program where we meet and profile interesting people, and explore parts of their lives that aren’t always seen. In short we’re asking, what are you afraid of? But more broadly, we're aiming to break out of the usual mental health conversations to highlight our shared experiences and feelings. Now, at this point it sounds kind of heavy, but trust us mental health isn’t always sad. Often it’s weird, funny, frustrating and even uplifting.
 
Half-hour programs heard weekly. The radio outreach of RZIM is a listener-supported ministry that powerfully mixes biblical teaching and Christian apologetics. The programs seek to explore issues such as life's meaning, the credibility of the Christian message and the Bible, the weakness of modern intellectual movements, and the uniqueness of Jesus Christ.
 
Some people are just awful. I want to share stories and real life events that are hard to believe are true. The quality will get better in time so stay tuned for my next episode and thanks for listening in. Follow me on Twitter @themorbiddigest Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/themorbiddigest/support
 
The STaR Coach Show was created for professional coaches. Whether you are an Executive Coach, a Life Coach, a Business Coach or perhaps considering whether you would like to become a coach the show was created for you. STaR Coaches is all about sharing Strategies, Tools and Resources about the field of coaching. Authors, speakers, successful coaches and industry leaders will share their expertise and wisdom in many different areas-business building, skills sets, internal coaching, external c ...
 
This will be a collection of messages taught by Joe Capozzi who passed away in 2014. Joseph Charles Capozzi, 63, of Hanover, passed away on Saturday, July 12, at his home after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was born in Manhattan to Joseph A. and Anna and raised in the Bronx, New York. Joe graduated from Mount St. Michaels Academy High School and received his Bachelors degree in business administration in 1973 from Manhattan College, the same year he married his loving wife Ellen. They ...
 
First published in 1863, Five Weeks in a Balloon depicts an insightful journey undertaken by a group of intrepid explorers into the partly uncharted African continent, as they aim to explore its exotic wonders. Apart from concentrating on themes including exploration, loyalty, friendship, determination, and honor, the novel also offers an endearing set of jovial characters and vivid imagery. Furthermore, the novel is the first book in Verne’s distinguished Voyages Extraordinaires series. The ...
 
There's a handsome young man about town in London, whose unusual good looks hint about a scandalous ancestry. On a visit to a tiny East European principality, he decides to take a walk through a dense forest. He falls asleep under a tree and is discovered by the king and his entourage who are out hunting. Both are stunned by their startling resemblance to each other. The king who is days away from his grand coronation invites the Englishman back to his castle and here the visitor becomes emb ...
 
Welcome to Kalliope's Sanctum, a biweekly story podcast hosted by writer Sylvia V. Linsteadt. This podcast is dedicated to Kalliope, primordial and first Muse of epic poetry and ecstatic song in ancient Greece. This podcast is a place of sanctuary for her oldest stories. It is a return to the wild garden, to the spring, to the ground of being & the source of inspiration in the Earth. Here, we honor Kalliope as Muse of Earth. Here, you will find some of the stories beneath the stories of Old ...
 
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Don’t we all want more happiness and well-being? You might not realize how these factors can be measured, but today’s guest has devoted his work to this field. He’s an expert on happiness and well-being, and he’s to share his knowledge with us. Nic Marks is the founder and CEO of Friday Pulse. Described by one client as a “statistician with a soul,…
 
As President-elect Joe Biden on Tuesday continued to ratchet up his cabinet after weeks of delays in the White House transition process, President Trump and White House aides sent contradictory messaging about the handover of power. White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the transition. PBS NewsHour is supported b…
 
President-elect Joe Biden on Tuesday formally introduced his national security team as he begins the transition process to the White House after a weeks-long delay. Judy Woodruff speaks with Leon Panetta, former secretary of defense and CIA director during the Obama administration, and Andrew Card, former U.S. secretary of transportation under Pres…
 
In our news wrap Tuesday, more cities and states are reimposing COVID-19 curbs days before Thanksgiving, human rights groups are sounding alarms over Ethiopia's imminent attack on a rebel region, twin explosions killed 14 people in Afghanistan, and David Dinkins, New York City's first Black mayor has died. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www…
 
As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches millions of people are out of work and struggling to put food on the table. And as food insecurity soars across the nation due COVID-19, the hardest hit are often children and people of color. Lisa Desjardins has the story. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
Wisconsin is in the midst of a month-long surge of cases that is hitting rural areas of the state particularly hard. And about 70 percent of Wisconsin's hospitals will face a dearth of medical professionals by the end of this week. John Yang speaks with William Melms, chief medical officer at Marshfield Clinic Health System in Wisconsin, to learn m…
 
Women make up less than 40 percent of the U.S. State Department's leadership, and 26 percent at the Pentagon, according to a 2018 study by the New America Foundation. But women working in national security professions are drawing attention to the disparities and leading efforts to train the next generation of women in national security and foreign …
 
Megan Rapinoe is best known for her successful soccer career, leading the U.S. women's national team to two World Cup championships and an Olympic gold medal. She's also known for her fierce advocacy for social justice. Judy Woodruff recently spoke with Rapinoe about her career, causes and new book, "One Life." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https:…
 
Bobby gives an M. Night Shyamalan intro. Khalyla wears Nelly bandaids. Jessimae shuts the door. Gilbert is the Filipino gecko. We talk the airport Karens, "cute vs ma'am", vagimples, and the Korean/Jewish Alliance. patreon.com/tigerbelly Sponsors: shipstation.com code BELLY. getquip.com/belly mancrates.com/belly lucy.co code TIGERBELLY…
 
The General Services Administration is calling President-elect Joe Biden the "apparent winner" of the 2020 presidential election, a move that could allow the transition process to finally begin after being delayed by the Trump administration. It comes as Biden on Monday announced several nominations to his cabinet. Yamiche Alcindor joins Judy Woodr…
 
President-elected Joe Biden named the first wave of top cabinet positions on Monday, even as President Trump continued to deny he lost the election. White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest election developments, and how a handful of Republican senators are now telling Trump to give up his fight. PBS News…
 
President-elect Joseph Biden on Monday announced the nominations for his national security team, including the first Latino to head the Department of Homeland Security and the first woman to lead the intelligence community. Wendy Sherman, the former undersecretary of state for political affairs during the Obama administration, joins Nick Schifrin t…
 
In our news wrap Monday, Astra-Zeneca became the third major company to report promising results on a COVID-19 vaccine, the world's greenhouse gas emissions have fallen during the pandemic but not enough to reduce record levels and General Motors is abandoning a legal challenge to California's clean air standards. PBS NewsHour is supported by - htt…
 
As hospitalization and death rates continue to rise due to COVID-19, millions of Americans across the country are preparing this week for the Thanksgiving holiday. Judy Woodruff speaks with Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease doctor, to learn more about how families can celebrate the holidays safely amid the pandemic. PBS NewsHou…
 
During the past three weeks two massive hurricanes -- Eta and Iota -- have slammed into Central America causing devastation to a region already reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic. Nick Schifrin reports on how many across Central America are still struggling to survive. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
The head of the General Services Administration Monday authorized President-elect Joe Biden to begin transitioning to the White House weeks after voters went to the polls and as Biden continues to make selections to top cabinet posts. NPR's Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report join Judy Woodruff to discuss that development and t…
 
Ahead of the holiday season, the CDC is urging families not to travel for Thanksgiving or have multiple households meet for meals. Andrea Salazar Lopez with NewsHour's Student Reporting Labs explores the inherent dangers during this most challenging Thanksgiving. And if you do decide to gather, she shares some strategies that could lower your risks…
 
St. Mary's College of Maryland unveiled a new memorial yesterday honoring the lives of enslaved people of southern Maryland. It tells the story of "resilience, persistence, and creative problem-solving that defined the lives" of the enslaved people that lived there between 1750 and 1815, and asks: How can higher education institutions can atone for…
 
Puerto Ricans voted 'yes' on a referendum asking whether or not the territory should become a U.S. state. But with control of Congress still yet to be determined and some in Washington making the issue of Puerto Rican statehood a partisan issue, what's the prospect of it actually happening? Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Jenniffer González-Colón, Pue…
 
Erin Brockovich, the environmental activist who shot to prominence after her successful lawsuit against the Pacific Gas & Electric Company in 1993, joins Christopher Booker to discuss her new book "Superman's Not Coming: Our National Water Crisis And What We The People Can Do About It," and why she remains optimistic despite the dire situation. PBS…
 
Hurricane Iota made landfall in Central America earlier this week as a Category 4 storm. It's the 30th storm this Hurricane season, surpassing 2005 as the year with the most hurricanes ever. With this record Atlantic Hurricane season officially ending this month, Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Kevin Reed, a professor at Stony Brook University and dir…
 
After so many years, shows, and questions about his relationship with his on again-off again musical partner, Art Garfunkel is telling his side of his story. Whether in his 2017 book "What Is It All but Luminous: Notes from an Underground Man," or the occasional interview-- Garfunkel has started talking. Christopher Booker sat down with him just be…
 
According to a recent study, more than a third of kids in New York City's foster care system identify as LGBTQ. Most of those children end up in group homes and treatment centers, rather than finding permanent homes with families. Ivette Feliciano speaks with Mary Keane of You Gotta Believe, a New York City adoption center, about the challenges the…
 
President Donald Trump shows no signs of conceding the election despite vote counts showing President-elect Joe Biden leading by millions of votes. Judy Woodruff, Yamiche Alcindor, and Lisa Desjardins discuss the latest on Trump's continuing legal challenges and growing impatience from lawmakers and the incoming Biden administration about the resis…
 
President Donald Trump's refusal to concede the election "does not speak well" for the president, former Republican Sen. Jeff Flake says, but it's also a problem for the Republican Party. Judy Woodruff talks with Flake about why the president's resistance is "just awful for the country," and why he thinks it poses a danger to democracy. PBS NewsHou…
 
This is a short clip of Dave-Te' Thomas discussing the 1st round pick of Clemson CB A.J. Terrell by the ATL Falcons from the April 24th podcast labeled "1st Round Draft Wrap and Look Ahead." While most were criticizing the pick, listen to Dave-Te' tell Atlanta fans not to "jump off the ledge." He said Terrell would be in the Pro Bowl "within two ye…
 
Marketing is a necessary part of being a business owner. Some people love it, and some feel overwhelmed and inadequate. Today’s show covers the marketing mistakes that hinder our flow and how we can improve. Heather Campbell is a nationally recognized branding strategist, creative problem solver, and digital marketing sherpa. On top of that, she’s …
 
Dave-Te' Thomas was high on Chase Claypool out of Notre Dame well before the draft, calling him his "Cream of the Crop" at the tight end position, but acknowledging Claypool may become more of a wide receiver in the NFL. Regardless, listen here to Dave-Te' explaining why the Steelers made a great pick selecting Claypool in Round 2 of the 2020 Draft…
 
Joe Biden delivered a victory speech. His team is planning to take power. But rather than concede, President Trump has instead turned to the courts, with election lawsuits in states like Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Arizona. It's a historic moment, and for many an unsettling one. But could these lawsuits actually be good for democracy? Two competing …
 
Dave-Te' Thomas called Josh Allen of Wyoming his "Cream of the Crop" of QBs prior to 2018 NFL Draft. He never thought Allen would be the first QB drafted, but how he could perform the best over the long run. Baker Mayfield went #1 to CLE, Sam Darnold #3 to NYJ, Allen #7 to BUF. Listen to just a few of his comments from a March 2018 Scout's Honor po…
 
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