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On the 7th of August 1985, five members of the Bamber family were murdered in a crime that fascinated the nation. Initially believed to have been murder-suicide committed by Sheila Caffell, it was the only surviving member, Jeremy Bamber, who was eventually convicted of the crime. To this day, he protests his innocence and there are undoubtedly questions that remain behind. This podcast takes a deep dive into the case, speaking to experts, authors and the Jeremy Bamber campaign in a bid to e ...
 
There are many titles for these over-caffeinated, overworked, underpaid, Washingtonians, but just one name: STAFFER. There's no other workplace in the world where one might find themselves picking up coffee, shaping legislation that will impact global markets, ordering an Uber, and standing shoulder-to-shoulder with world leaders, all in the same day. Capitol Hill has long been the launching pad for very BIG careers, a cauldron that forges our country's most influential leaders. Our mission ...
 
Former Obama speechwriter Jon Lovett and a panel of comedians, actors, journalists, and some of the many famous Friends of the Pod appear before a live audience to break down the week’s biggest news. Quizzes! Impressions! Shouting at cable news clips! And everyone’s favorite: nuanced discussion. New episodes every Saturday.
 
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Nicolle Wallace discusses the funeral for Daunte Wright being held in Minneapolis, signs of optimism around Congress’ police reform legislation, Biden gathers world leaders for a summit on climate change, the Senate passes an anti-Asian hate crimes bill, the rift among Republicans, and renewed hope for change in light of the Chauvin verdict. Joined…
 
Did a child just successfully impersonate a White House reporter? Can hypnotherapy treat certain skin conditions through the power of the mind alone? Just how many childhood games and cartoons seem sinister, when you look back on them as an adult? What's in an Mmhmm? All this and more in this week's Listener Mail. Learn more about your ad-choices a…
 
A.M Edition for April 22. WSJ's Tim Puko discusses the virtual climate summit scheduled to begin today with world leaders. WSJ's Caitlin Ostroff on how supply-chain disruptions affect small businesses. A look at how corporate swag may change with the times. Marc Stewart hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
A huge thank you, once again, to UniDragon for sponsoring this episode (https://unidragon.eu/ OR https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/unidragonpuzzle?ref=simple-shop-header-name&listing_id=726260576) **Summary** In today’s episode, we chat with Brett Collins, Jeremy Bamber’s former best friend, in an exclusive and comprehensive interview. He tells us: - Ho…
 
On this bonus episode of POLITICO Dispatch: Who is “Kacey Montagu”? Christopher Cadelago tells the wild and weird story of how a fictitious correspondent rose from the depths of internet role playing to the White House briefing room. Subscribe to POLITICO Dispatch here: https://www.politico.com/podcasts/dispatch…
 
Who is “Kacey Montagu”? POLITICO’s Christopher Cadelago tells the wild and weird story of how a fictitious correspondent rose from the depths of internet role playing to the White House briefing room. Plus, Biden plans to nominate Pentagon veteran Christine Wormuth to be the first female Army secretary. And Secretary of State Blinken names Gina Abe…
 
White House officials met with tech executives yesterday to discuss how to address a chip shortage that has hobbled the auto industry and squeezed others in the tech sector. White House reporter Alex Leary joins host Amanda Lewellyn to recap the meeting and discuss what could happen next. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoic…
 
Nevada is currently considering new legislation that will allow businesses to create their own increasingly autonomous communities. Fans of the idea paint it as an innovative, new way to get jobs and tax dollars to Nevada. Opponents worry it creates a corporate government, giving private businesses control of things a local government would usually…
 
A.M. Edition for April 23. WSJ's Peter Loftus discusses the blood-clotting concerns surrounding Johnson & Johnson's single-dose Covid-19 vaccine. WSJ's Rochelle Toplensky on the prospect of rising airfares. How to keep children safe on a popular gaming site. Marc Stewart hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
“If we miss this opportunity, God help us.” Joe Manchin and Lisa Murkowski. Two moderate senators smack in the middle — and on either side — of a split 50-50 Senate. On our first episode of Playbook Deep Dive, the two friends open up in a rare interview with POLITICO’s Burgess Everett. They get personal: about reconciliation, frustration over the S…
 
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has weeks to remind New York why they love him. He's given away massive amounts of money, legalized weed and now... signed mobile online betting into law! When will the #DeadbeatDadSummer end? Mailbag including a few taking Justin to task for bungling the explainer on the SALT deduction. Anthony Colangelo of the Main Engine Cutoff…
 
P.M. Edition for April 22: The conviction of former police officer Derek Chauvin in the murder of George Floyd is renewing calls to address police misconduct. Experts say the conviction could mark a turning point for prosecutions of police. Reporter Zusha Elinson joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaph…
 
--On the Show: --Damon Centola, Professor of Communication, Sociology, and Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania and author of the book "Change: How to Make Big Things Happen," joins David to discuss myths and realities about achieving social change. Get the book: https://amzn.to/3n8fWR2 --Vaccinations start to slow down as supply exceeds d…
 
The radical left is now on board supporting riots, stabbings, segregation, government spying, and socialism. Also, LeBron James and “The Squad” are huge frauds. I have the evidence. News Picks: Why “shooting the leg” law enforcement policies won’t work. Lebron James is a disgrace. Here’s the evidence. NBC deceptively edits 911 call in Ohio shooting…
 
The executive branch of the European Union has put forward one of the first proposed laws globally to regulate artificial intelligence and facial-recognition technologies. Tech reporter Parmy Olson joins host Amanda Lewellyn to break down what is in the bill, and the impact it could have. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoic…
 
Nicolle Wallace discusses the nationwide reaction to Derek Chauvin being found guilty in the murder of George Floyd. Plus, new polling shows Trump's support may be waning, the White House's efforts to get everyone vaccinated, a concern with the Pentagon's crackdown of extremism, and tensions in Russia mount over the imprisonment of Putin critic Ale…
 
P.M. Edition for April 21. The Justice Department opens an investigation into the Minneapolis Police Department, a day after the murder conviction of one of its former officers, Derek Chauvin, in the death of George Floyd. Justice Department reporter Sadie Gurman joins host Annmarie Fertoli with more on what the probe could mean for the city's law …
 
--On the Show: --Former police officer Derek Chauvin is found guilty on all three counts for his killing of George Floyd and now faces more than 40 years in prison --The Derek Chauvin guilty verdicts are accountability, but they are not the end of racism in America, just as Barack Obama's presidency did not end racism --Right-wing pseudo-intellectu…
 
The question of what happens next really moves from Minneapolis to Washington, where the issue of police reform is now in the hands of President Biden and Congress. Chuck is joined by co-founder of Punchbowl News, John Bresnahan and NBC News Capitol Hill producer and reporter, Alex Moe. Plus Bettina Boxall, staff writer at the LA Times covering wat…
 
The Chauvin verdict brought out the worst in the media commentary class. In this episode, I discuss the absolute worst takes on the Chauvin verdict and why this is just the beginning, not the end of this case. News Picks: The members of “the squad” are total frauds. Here’s the evidence. Joe Biden wants to use your tax dollars to implement a racist …
 
The US experienced a massive economic boom in the years following the close of World War II. The country managed to avoid the destruction that laid waste to parts of Asia and Europe -- and it was also in possession of nuclear technology. As many Americans (but far from all) saw their quality of life increase, experts and military officials alike sc…
 
A.M. Edition for April 21. WSJ reporters discuss reactions as former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is found guilty in the death of George Floyd. WSJ's Sabrina Siddiqui on vaccination challenges in the U.S. And, a soccer league meltdown in Europe. Marc Stewart hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
How can we help public sector workers exercise their First Amendment rights without fear of coercion from unions? Americans for Fair Treatment CEO David Osborne returns to the program to show how AFFT's mission has become increasingly important in recent years. Since the June 2018 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Janus v. AFSCME, government workers a…
 
Guilty on all three counts. But is it justice? POLITICO’s Brakkton Booker breaks down why activists say yesterday’s verdict is only the beginning. Plus, GOP senators float a $600-800 billion infrastructure counteroffer. And the U.S. considers more weapons shipments to Ukraine. Brakkton Booker is a national correspondent and author of The Recast new…
 
Many parents have leaned on online games to keep young children entertained and connected during the pandemic. But in one popular platform, Roblox, there are dark corners: In some games, players' avatars simulate sex and "date" one another. Family and Tech Columnist Julie Jargon joins host Amanda Lewellyn to explain the impact on children, and how …
 
A special episode of Deadline: White House focuses on the verdict reached in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. Chavin was found guilty of all 3 charges in George Floyd's death. Joined by: Claire McCaskill, Shaquille Brewster, Ari Melber, Meagan Fitzgerald, Michael Steele, Joyce Vance, Jason Johnson, Cedric Alexand…
 
P.M. Edition for April 20. A Minneapolis jury found former police officer Derek Chauvin guilty in the death of George Floyd. Erin Ailworth reports from outside the courthouse. Plus, police departments have been reevaluating their approach to demonstrations, after last summer's unrest sparked by Mr. Floyd's death. Reporter Dan Frosch joins host Annm…
 
--On the Show: --Joseph Westphal, former US Ambassador to Saudi Arabia and Senior Fellow at the Wharton Leadership Program at the University of Pennsylvania, joins David to discuss the rise of Mohammed bin Salman in Saudi Arabia, the history of US-Saudi relations, and much more --As of April 19, every American adult is eligible for a COVID-19 vacci…
 
Absolutely incredible! The media blew it again. All of their lies about the death of Officer Sicknick are now being exposed. In this episode, I discuss this story and other major stories they screwed up. News Picks: The Judge in the Chauvin trial calls out Maxine Waters. Fraud Maxine Waters asked for police protection while calling for “confrontati…
 
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