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Start your morning with news that matters in just 10 minutes. Our host Niala Boodhoo and a team of award-winning journalists will bring you the latest scoops from the White House and Congress, analysis on the economy and insight into the trends shaping your world -- from China to AI, and all the forces shaping the next five years. And it’s all delivered in Smart Brevity® - a clinical, concise coverage style that respects your time. About Axios: Axios is a digital media company launched in 20 ...
 
WEISSOLOGY “I promise to always focus on ideology, not personality” ~ Jason Weisberg Weissology Podcast was created by 25 year Wall Street veteran Jason Weisberg as a platform to have open and honest conversations on finance, politics, and his passion for food/pizza. He brings unfiltered, factual, and educated thought together with solid financial advice at a much needed time in our country. JASON WEISBERG ~ Creator and Host Jason Weisberg is first and foremost a proud Jewish father of two g ...
 
Solvable showcases the world’s most innovative thinkers and their proposed solutions to the world’s most daunting problems. The interviews, conducted by journalists like Malcolm Gladwell and Jacob Weisberg, will launch a dialogue that both acknowledges the complexity of the issues while inspiring hope that the problems are, in fact, solvable.iHeartMedia is the exclusive podcast partner of Pushkin Industries.
 
theSkimm's co-founders and co-CEOs, Carly Zakin and Danielle Weisberg, started their company from a couch. Now they’re bringing it back to one, and inviting powerful female leaders to sit down and chat about everything from celebrating career wins to the worst advice they've ever received. It’s an inside look at what it’s really like on the road to success. No BS, no sugarcoating.
 
Journalist and bestselling author Michael Lewis (Liar's Poker, Moneyball) takes a searing look at what’s happened to fairness. It feels like there's less of it every day—whether it comes to lending practices, college admissions, professional sports, or psychological well-being. Who are the people trying to level the playing field, and are they making an impact? Lewis interviews referees (Season 1) and coaches (Season 2) from many walks of life, bringing his trademark insight and wry humor to ...
 
What does it take to build something great? Something meaningful, substantial, and impactful? Something that will withstand the test of time – like a business, a home, a team, or a relationship. Go With John as he interviews entrepreneurs, custom home builders, family, leaders in business, and even some everyday people who have built something extraordinary. Find out what inspired them to build, how they laid the foundation for their success, and how it has shaped their life.
 
Bestselling author Joshua Cooper Ramo presents a podcast on the the ways network theory transforms our world, elevating ideas from the newsmakers and influencers who are shaping the new era of connection. Now a New York Times bestseller, THE SEVENTH SENSE is available where all books are sold. For more information and to own the book today visit www.joshuacooperramo.com.
 
Welcome to Whatchu Know About RJ? Sharing Stories and Skills about Restorative Justice, a podcast of the California Conference for Equality and Justice. CCEJ is an organization dedicated to eliminating bias, bigotry and racism. This first series was recorded within a year of dialogue, reflection, and play with a team of trainers and practitioners of Restorative Justice working in schools. Restorative Justice is a paradigm and set of practices that center needs and accountability in relations ...
 
1 – 31 March 2012 Online 24 hours each day, avfestival.co.uk / thepixelpalace.org Radio Boredcast is a 744-hour continuous online radio project, curated by artist Vicki Bennett (People Like Us) with AV Festival 12. In response to our ambiguous relationship with time - do we have too much or not enough? - Radio Boredcast celebrates the detail, complexity and depth of experience lost through our obsession with speed. The full list of participants in Radio Boredcast with new and exclusive recor ...
 
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Carly Zakin and Danielle Weisberg, co-founders and co-CEOs of trusted news source TheSkimm, completely changed the way millennials consume news by creating a platform that delivers digestible current content. Since its launch in 2012, TheSkimm has expanded its offerings through producing two top-rated podcasts, multiple events, countless videos, Th…
 
The House voted yesterday to make Juneteenth a federal holiday, after the Senate unanimously did so on Tuesday. Juneteenth commemorates the end of slavery in the U.S., falling on the day in 1865 that enslaved African Americans in Galveston, Texas learned they were free - more than two years after emancipation was announced. Plus, culture clash at t…
 
Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Geraldine Brooks interviews Michael Lewis about his new book “The Premonition: A Pandemic Story.” They also discuss how Michael started his writing career and why growing up in New Orleans made him a better storyteller. This conversation was recorded as part of the Live Talks Los Angeles series and posted May 19, 202…
 
On this week’s episode, celebrity skincare expert and aesthetic specialist Nurse Jamie tells Hillary Kerr about the latest innovations and non-invasive beauty treatments on the market, breaks down the difference and many uses of filler and Botox, and explains the benefits of lasers. As the skin guru to celebrities like Khloé Kardashian, Jessica Alb…
 
Dr. Ayanna Howard is the dean of the College of Engineering of the Ohio State University as well as the founder and president of the board of directors of Zyrobotics, a company that develops mobile therapy and educational products for children with special needs. She believes that robots and artificial intelligence can make us better humans. Here i…
 
Last year, when the world was locked down, Amanda Kloots gave us a window into the toll that COVID-19 has taken on individual families. The former Broadway dancer and Radio City Rockette lost her husband, Nick Cordero, last summer due to complications from COVID. She put her journey up on social media - and the world supported her and grieved with …
 
A new Axios Special Report, in partnership with Johns Hopkins University, sheds some light on the predatory practices American hospitals are using to collect on patients' debt. Medical debt makes up 58% of all debt collections in the U.S. and has caused hundreds of thousands of Americans to file for bankruptcy. Plus, the overlooked role of Latinos …
 
The G7 Summit, a meeting of some of the world's wealthiest democracies, wrapped up yesterday in Cornwall, England. What are the takeaways from President Biden's first foreign trip? Plus, a new government in Israel. And forecasting the short-term future for work, life and play. Guests: Axios' Dave Lawler, Barak Ravid and Erica Pandey. Credits: Axios…
 
Amanda Kloots is the ultimate multi-hyphenate. She is the founder of AK! Fitness, where she has developed her signature fitness method; is co-founder of the give-back apparel company Hooray For alongside her sister; and is a co-host on CBS’s The Talk. As of June 15, she is also a published author with the debut of her memoir, Live Your Life: My Sto…
 
"Spooky Southcoast" recorded live, Saturday, June 12, 2021. With heavy hearts, we pay tribute to Lee-ann Wilber, the longtime manager and former part owner of the Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast, who passed away suddenly at just 50 years old. Joining us to share memories of Lee-ann are friends Amy Bruni, Andrew Lake and Keith Johnson.…
 
Something a bit different and exciting this week in lieu of a normal show. One of the things the premium members will be doing over the coming month is participating in calls and Q&As with thinkers who have something to share or contribute to this notion of operating at the level of the living field. First cab off the rank is none other than Rhyd W…
 
The Consumer Price Index released yesterday shows that prices for food, energy and products like used cars increased 5 percent compared to May of 2020. It’s the biggest year-over-year increase in almost 13 years. Plus, President Biden strikes a different tone on the world stage. And, brace yourself for cold and flu season this year. Guests: Axios' …
 
During the pandemic, ridership of mass transit pretty much collapsed. Now as the county reopens transportation experts are hoping that commuters will come back. But what if they don’t? Plus, the uptick in trans murders in the U.S. And, President Biden reverses the ban on TikTok. Guests: Axios' Joann Muller, Orion Rummler, and Ashley Gold. Credits: …
 
You’ve probably heard the term critical race theory recently. Republican lawmakers in at least 9 states have come out strongly against it, claiming the theory is divisive, and are trying to ban its teaching in schools. Most Democrats strongly disagree. What is this decades-old academic concept that’s become a key fight in America’s culture wars? Pl…
 
On this episode of the show, Drew Elovitz, our director of content strategy and senior managing editor, takes us behind the scenes of our June cover story with three of the cast members from the upcoming Gossip Girl—Zión Moreno, Jordan Alexander, and Emily Alyn Lind. As a superfan of the original show, Drew asks the talented cast everything you wan…
 
This week, we're throwing it back to one of our favorite episodes from last year, with Olympian and soccer star Abby Wambach. Abby knows a thing or two about winning a gold medal - she actually won two while she played for the US Women’s National Team. And the soccer star hasn’t slowed down in retirement. She’s now a bestselling author and an equal…
 
The FDA has approved a new Alzheimer’s drug for the first time in almost 20 years. The hope is it would treat the more than 6 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease. But the effectiveness of the drug is up for question. Plus, the Biden administration’s split stance on Puerto Ricans and benefits. And, the upside to online concerts. Guests…
 
Comedian, author, ceremonialist and healer, Nick Sun, joins us this week. Back in January, Nick wrote a piece on Medium called Watch Your Dreams Die And Be Happy Now. It's about how childhood dreams in general and the insistence we all follow them is not always a good thing. In fact, it can even be pathological. Obviously that sort of piece has Big…
 
The western US is in the middle of one of the worst droughts in at least the past 1,200 years. And as soon as this week, Lake Mead, the largest reservoir in the country, could reach its lowest point since it was first created in the 1930s. Plus, Secretary of State Tony Blinken talks China with Mike Allen. And, Jonathan Swan takes us inside the prog…
 
It's Friday and we're doing a global edition of our weekly politics roundup, with Axios world editor Dave Lawler. Plus, what to expect from the housing market. And, how pandemic gaming is changing the media landscape. Guests: Axios' Dave Lawler, Felix Salmon, and Sara Fischer. Credits: Axios Today is produced in partnership with Pushkin Industries.…
 
Every week for the past year, Axios has published a map of where Covid cases are rising and falling in the U.S. Today, we retire our map because cases are decreasing nationwide, and have been for a while now. But Covid isn’t disappearing. So what will this next phase of the pandemic look like? Plus, the big question mark hanging over the summer Oly…
 
Doug Kay joins John to share his journey from being a JAG officer in the Navy to working as an attorney in the Fairfax county area, and in particular his involvement in the Fairfax county civilian board panel. In light of George Floyd’s murder and the police officer investigation, this is a relevant topic today. Find out how the civilian board pane…
 
Yesterday, the Biden administration was in Tulsa, Oklahoma to mark 100 years since the Tulsa Race Massacre. While there, he announced a plan to tackle the racial wealth gap in the US, aimed at increasing home and small business ownership in communities of color. Plus, why some American visa holders are stranded in India. And, CDC vaccine cards beco…
 
Jenny Beavan is a prolific costume designer, having won her first Academy Award in 1987 for A Room With a View, and again for Mad Max: Fury Road. Most recently, she’s responsible for the works of art in the live-action feature film Cruella, starring Emma Stone. In this episode, Jenny tells us about her inspirations for the stunning fashion througho…
 
If the world has learned one thing in lockdown, it’s that staying isolated and confined to one place is hard. But for some people living with disabilities, a sense of social isolation predates the pandemic. Steven Spohn is a writer, philosopher, Twitch streamer, and the Chief Operations Officer of AbleGamers. His non-profit organization advocates f…
 
Whembley Sewell is the youngest editor at a Condé Nast publication. And she’s the EIC of its newest publication, them. And when you’re the youngest at the newest, cue: pressure. But Whembley told us she doesn’t let the challenges of the job get to her because she stays focused on them’s mission of celebrating the stories and voices of the LGBTQ+ co…
 
Four-time Grand Slam winner Naomi Osaka abruptly dropped out of the French Open yesterday, two days into the tournament. That’s after she was fined and threatened with expulsion for declining to do media interviews at the tournament, citing her mental health. Plus, bogus QAnon theories have U.S. pastors worried. And, the Chinese Communist Party at …
 
With the launch of her first show alongside Dax Shepard in 2018, Monica Padman became one of the biggest podcasters in the game. That year, Armchair Expert was the most-downloaded podcast of the year and won iHearts Radio’s Best New Podcast Award. Today, the Armchair Umbrella Network hosts a slew of other successful shows (Monica and Jess Love Boys…
 
This week, we welcome to the show the author of Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save The World -genuinely one of my favourite books ever- Tyson Yunkaporta. In addition to being an author, Tyson is a poet, an artist, a wood carver, a linguist and and is senior lecturer in Indigenous Knowledges at Deakin University. I had a fantastic time with…
 
When George Floyd was killed, the protests for racial justice put pressure on news organizations to do what many people had been calling for for years: hire and promote more journalists of color, listen to them, let them cover stories relevant to their communities. Like the killings of Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd. Or, more recently, the Atlant…
 
Yesterday a court in The Hague ordered oil giant Royal Dutch Shell to reduce its carbon emissions. In a first-of-its kind ruling, Shell was ordered to cut emissions by 45% by 2030, 25% more than their previous 2030 goal. It’s just one of the latest moves to hold big oil accountable on climate change. Plus, Haitian migrants in the U.S. react to rene…
 
Michael Lewis speaks to his friend, the cognitive scientist Dr. Maya Shankar, about her new podcast, A Slight Change of Plans. They discuss Maya’s own life change, why she decided to make a podcast, and what science can teach humans about how we deal with change. You can subscribe to A Slight Change of Plans at: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/slight-ch…
 
Almost 1 out of 2 Americans have had their first dose of vaccination against Covid-19. Compare that to 1 in 10 for the rest of the world. In the U.K. where second doses have been delayed, a newer variant is starting to outpace others. Plus, President Biden plans to meet with Vladimir Putin. And, new polling on how Americans view the fight for racia…
 
Katie Sturino is a digital influencer, body-acceptance advocate, and entrepreneur empowering women of all sizes to find their confidence and celebrate their style through her regular content series #SuperSizeTheLook and #MakeMySize. Her personal-care brand Megababe invents genius products such as Bust Dust for boob sweat, Thigh Rescue for thigh cha…
 
A lot of popular music is dominated by the western musical constructions of scale and time but when it comes to creative work -- why be so limited? Khyam Allami is an Iraqi-British multi-instrumentalist musician, composer, researcher and founder of Nawa Recordings. In partnership with Counterpoint, (the creative studio of Tero Parviainen and Samuel…
 
Once Ayesha Curry’s family started expanding, so did her culinary career. Ayesha built her brand one blog post and YouTube video at a time. And now: she’s one of the most recognized personalities in the food world (think: multiple cookbooks, a magazine, and a foundation to end childhood hunger). This week, Ayesha sat down with us to tell us how she…
 
Today marks one year since George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis. His death galvanized a nation -- and reminded us of how many other names there are, of those killed by police. Many of the families left behind are struggling to recover, years and decades later. Plus, some schools won’t offer remote learning come fall. And, the start of a spacefl…
 
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