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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, Brooks and Capehart, 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/news ...
 
Join New York Times bestselling author Tom Woods for your daily serving of liberty education! Guests include Ron Paul, Judge Andrew Napolitano, David Stockman, and hundreds more, with topics like war, the Federal Reserve, net neutrality, the FDA, Austrian economics, and many other subjects of interest to libertarians. Join us!
 
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, Brooks and Capehart, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. ...
 
Welcome to the FEDSpace Podcast - your source for all things federal data privacy and governance. Join us as we talk to federal agency leaders, privacy pioneers, and information governance experts about current topics in the Federal space.
 
From how to win government jobs and contracts, to effectively managing your government career, learning about interesting federal agencies, workers and jobs, and best utilizing government services, host Derrick Dortch explores the world of the federal government and provides you the access needed to succeed.
 
Game Changers was designed BY government contractors FOR government contractors. The focus of every episode is to give listeners a new tip, trick, or strategy that will help them find and win more contracts. Each episode features Subject Matter Experts (SME), companies that are successfully winning contracts, or nationally recognized professional speakers and authors. The show is hosted by government experts Michael LeJeune from Federal Access and Joshua Frank from RSM Federal. Their award-w ...
 
The political game in Georgia is more dynamic than ever. From local elected officials to state and federal government, we're facing complicated issues. On "Political Rewind" we take the time to break down these issues, speaking directly to the decision makers. We not only get you caught up on the week that was in state politics, but we look ahead so that you will stay informed.
 
Joy Reid conducts one-on-one conversations with politicians and newsmakers while addressing provocative political issues both inside and outside of the beltway. Reid, who is also a best-selling author and public speaker, joined MSNBC in 2011 as a contributor. Drawing from her decades-long experience in politics, passion for addressing the intersection of race, justice and culture, as well as her signature tenacious interviewing style, Reid kicks off MSNBC’s primetime lineup by delving into A ...
 
FedBiz’5 is your definitive resource to accelerating government sales. FedBiz’5 is a hard-hitting, 5-minute series of free government podcasts designed to help federal contractors find and win more business. Each episode brings new information and strategies from leading experts to help simplify government contracting and provide you a clear path from registration to award. The FedBiz team has more than 20 years of experience in government contracting with over $27.9 Billion in client awards.
 
Truthtelling can be an act of resistance. Join Defending Rights & Dissent policy director Chip Gibbons as he brings you the stories of whistleblowers and other truthtellers who expose civil liberties and human rights abuses committed under the guise of national security and the attempts to silence them.
 
Selling to government is, well, different from selling other markets. But, many of the myths about government selling are simply not true. In the Myths of Selling to Government podcast, we reveal the secrets about selling to the government that only top performers know. Myths of Selling to Government is designed for busy sales professionals of all levels who seek success selling to local, state, and federal government. Episodes are released every other week and are no more than eleven minute ...
 
Listen to David Brooks and Jonathan Capehart analyze the political news of the week. Posted each Friday by 9 p.m., the Brooks and Capehart podcast includes the full audio of every on-air segment. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full shows, individual segments, 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/newshour/about/funders
 
Government Matters is the only television newscast focused on the business of government. Host Mimi Geerges recaps the top federal headlines and conducts thought-provoking interviews on tech, security, defense, workforce and industry issues. Since its launch in August of 2013, GM has hosted some of the top minds in the federal community -- from the White House, Congress, Fortune 500 companies, journalism, and the non-profit sector.
 
In-depth interview podcast with leading corporate governance experts, including world-class founders, scholars, board members, executives, investors and more. The content is structured as a long-form conversation to explore not only the latest corporate governance trends, but also to get some personal insights from some of the best and brightest minds behind America's boardrooms.
 
Every weekday, host Kai Ryssdal helps you make sense of the day’s business and economic news — no econ degree or finance background required. “Marketplace” takes you beyond the numbers, bringing you context. Our team of reporters all over the world speak with CEOs, policymakers and regular people just trying to get by.
 
Right on Point podcast is a candid discussion of your legal rights, civil liberty ramifications, legalities of possible mandates of COVID vaccines and actions by our federal government and state governments.Plus exploring the untouchable topics within the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, the PREP Act, and the CounterMeasures Injury Compensation Program.We will mix in some discussions from other podcast hosts and interviews with authors talking about their books.
 
Our finances, portfolios and the markets are affected daily by the policies and politics coming out of Washington. In each episode of WashingtonWise Investor, host Mike Townsend, Charles Schwab’s Vice President for Legislative and Regulatory Affairs, focuses a non-partisan eye on the stories that matter most to investors, and his guests offer actionable suggestions for what to do--and what not to do--with your portfolio. Podcasts are for informational purposes only. This channel is not monit ...
 
In my book, Locally Grown: The Art of Sustainable Government, I talk about how our country's bottom up design of 20,000 zip codes, 50 states and 1 Federal government, brilliantly distributes power within that bottom-up infrastructure. Our Founders intended most governance to be done locally. And about the inherent dangers of too much centralized power. My book exposes the unsustainability of our government debt and the awful bargain we make when we exchange freedom for security. I introduce ...
 
Welcome to The Buzz with ACT-IAC – your source for the hot topics and top issues affecting the federal technology market. Join us each week to hear insights from government and industry leaders, stay informed on the topics facing government, gain access to thought leadership and valuable reports. Subscribe to follow us on your favorite podcast platform.
 
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Chronic health conditions' such as diabetes, cardiovasculardisease, and obesity-are often caused by diet related factors, andthey're having a significant impact on our lives, the economy, as wellas the nation's well-being. We find…By Government Accountability Office
 
It used to be called the "General Accounting Office." The GAO audits both financial and program performance of federal agencies. Now the nonpartisan Lincoln Network has analyzed data supplied by the GAO that's not normally public, and it says a lot about how much money the GAO's work actually saves. For details, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned …
 
Firsthand account from the Pentagon building on 9/11Roberta Crissy, chief of the Military Personnel Divison in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, recounts her experience of being in the Pentagon during the 9/11 attacksRemembering the events of 9/11 on 20th anniversaryGregg Dvorak, chief commercialization officer at Airio, and Terry Biggio, senior di…
 
Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut with President Biden outlining the most aggressive attempt yet by the federal government to contain the latest COVID-19 surge. Plus, today Attorney General Merrick Marland announced that the Justice Department is suing the Lone Star State, arguing that its new abortion law violates Supreme Court precedent …
 
Intro. (1:24) - Start of interview. (1:54) - Priya's "origin story". She was born in India and grew up in Louisville, Kentucky. She went to Harvard college and studied law at Chicago Law School. After graduation she clerked for Judge Frank Magill (U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, in North Dakota). She later joined WSGR as a corporate s…
 
The Department of Homeland Security warned Thursday about the potential for violence from people involved in or opposed to the "Justice for J6" rally planned for Saturday in Washington, according to an unclassified intelligence briefing that was shared with state and local authorities and obtained by CNN. The memo also warned of potential violence …
 
Joy Reid leads The ReidOut with Idaho's COVID-19 crisis becoming a crisis in Washington, as hospitals there face an influx of patients coming across the state line. Then, legendary filmmaker Ken Burns and Rasheda Ali, daughter of iconic boxing champion and activist Muhammad Ali, join us to discuss the new documentary "Muhammad Ali," premiering on P…
 
Thursday on the NewsHour, a new alliance between the U.S., United Kingdom and Australia to counter China's ambitions in Asia angers France, hospital administrators in sparsely vaccinated areas prepare to ration services as COVID-19 continues to overwhelm intensive care units, and the threat of cartels leaves ordinary people on both sides of the Mex…
 
In our news wrap Thursday, more than 8,000 people have crossed the border at Del Rio, Texas in the past few days as federal agencies rush to provide assistance, storm-battered Louisiana and other areas of the south saw another day of heavy rains from the remnants of Hurricane Nicholas, and the U.N. warns only immediate, large-scale cuts in carbon e…
 
Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Thursday tried to calm tensions with France over a new defense pact between the U.S., United Kingdom and Australia. Australia had scrapped a $40 billion submarine contract with France in favor of U.S. nuclear-powered subs. France's ambassador to the United States, Philippe Etienne, joins Judy Woodruff to discuss…
 
Democrats are pressing to pass a $3.5 trillion piece of legislation called the "Build Back Better" plan that would address many issues including paid-family leave, child care and climate change. But as they started this week to move on important portions of the bill, their efforts also exposed major obstacles ahead. Congressional correspondent Lisa…
 
Last week we heard how some hospitals in Idaho were overflowing and starting to ration care. That crisis has now spread statewide, and is forcing hospitals to start sending sick patients to neighboring states. William Brangham reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
In the mountain top village of Ayahualtempa in Guerrero state Mexico, children are learning how to use firearms and preparing for an attack by a nearby drug cartel. In our third and final story on the ravages of the cross-border drug trade with Mexico, special correspondent Monica Villamizar and producer Zach Fannin report with support from the Pul…
 
Competition for homebuyers is finally easing up a bit. There are more new listings, houses are staying on the market longer and there are fewer bidding wars. Though buyers may revel in a return to seasonal expectations for the housing market, real estate experts still think a return to “normal” may be a ways off. Later in the show, we’ll look also …
 
The social media giant Facebook is the subject of a Wall Street Journal investigative series out this week that highlights the ways in which Facebook handles -- or doesn't handle -- a range of issues across its vast digital empire including misinformation and violent content. John Yang spoke with Jeff Horwitz, the series' lead reporter, to learn mo…
 
Riz Ahmed's acting and music careers have always gone hand-in-hand. And in his new film "Mogul Mowgli," which he co-wrote, the two art forms collide, with a story that hits close to home. Amna Nawaz speaks to Ahmed about his upcoming films, increasing Muslim representation in Hollywood and 9/11's lasting impact on Muslims 20 years later. PBS NewsHo…
 
Millions of students are heading back to school in person after a year of online learning. We asked students in our Student Reporting Labs network what returning to in-person learning looks and feels like amid new delta variant concerns, vaccinations debates and mask mandates. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funder…
 
The group was founded in 1985 to get Democratic women who back abortion access elected to office and has faced criticism in the years since from people who say the group has not done enough to support Black women and other candidates of color. Now, EMILY's List has chosen a new leader: Laphonza Butler. She is the first first woman of color and the …
 
Do we need boosters? They don’t know yet, but pretend they will, The border has 208,000 apprehensions in august, it’s totally open and a giant mess, Durham may prosecute a lawyer you’ve never heard of. Please subscribe to the podcast! And get more exclusive content from Buck at BuckSexton.com. Find Buck on: Twitter @BuckSexton Facebook @BuckSexton …
 
Thursday on Political Rewind: Georgia Democrats last night pledged to continue their fight against efforts to curtail reproductive rights in the state. The 11th Court of Appeals is scheduled next week to hold a hearing on Georgia's HB 481, which seeks to prevent abortion after six weeks of pregnancy."What happens in Texas won't stay in Texas," stat…
 
In the sweepstakes for the latest iteration of a big Army logistics contact, two bid protests failed to gain a prize for one bidder. A big issue was pricing. Its prices were too high, but not too high enough. Sounds strange? Smith Pachter McWhorter procurement attorney Joseph Petrillo joined the Federal Drive to explain.…
 
The Veterans Health Administration is busy trying to gather what you might call the innovation lessons it learned during the pandemic. These ranged from ways of reducing person-to-person spread of the virus, optimal designs for 3D printed personal protection devices. For a summary, the chief officer for the VHA office of Healthcare Innovation and L…
 
Staffing, keeping all of its available positions filled with the right people, has been an enduring challenge for the Veterans Affairs Department. And VA has a model for staffing. But the VA office of inspector general finds, the model somehow fails to translate into a clear picture of staffing requirements. For more, the deputy assistant inspector…
 
Last month the Defense Department said it would mandate COVID vaccinations for all service members. Now the military branches are out with their implementation plans. The Army is the latest to roll out a strategy. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione joined the Federal Drive with details.By Tom Temin
 
The Treasury Department’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service sees an opportunity to catch up, after spending much of the pandemic getting payments out to the public. In a letter to the agency's financial staff, agency executives say they're looking to disburse nearly all payments electronically by 2030. And to flag more improper payments, and modernize i…
 
Welcome to our podcast - FedBiz’5, where you get informed, get connected and get results. In our last episode we discussed what is an Engagement Strategy? In this episode we are discussing the importance of Engagement Preparation, and the value of coaching to identify what the buyer’s needs are before speaking with contracting officials. Engagement…
 
Nina Easton, co-founder of SellersEaston Media, has had an extensive career and really knows what's working in Washington. Nina discusses the value of amplifying women's voices in national security, offers insight into her work on the legacy of 36th U.S. President, Lyndon B. Johnson, and builds anticipation for the inclusive, unifying celebration o…
 
After a long stretch of inaction, things are busy in Washington as deadlines approach for funding the government for the next fiscal year and raising the debt ceiling. Mike Townsend dives into each of the issues and considers the likelihood of either a government shutdown or worse—the U.S. defaulting on its debts should Congress fail to act. He als…
 
A presidential administration still in its first year can mean shifting contracting priorities and policies. Additionally, the past 18 months of a worldwide pandemic have shifted public sector IT priorities for firms and agencies alike. Todd Gustafson is President of HP Federal, and An Nguyen is President of NCS Technologies. They joined the podcas…
 
The role of China in Afghanistan after U.S. evacuationYun Sun, senior fellow and co-director of the East Asia Program at the Stimson Center, discusses the implications of growing Chinese influence with the Taliban for U.S. securityEvaluating the effectiveness of the F-35 programValerie Insinna, Air Warfare Reporter at Defense News, discusses balanc…
 
Joy Reid begins this episode of The ReidOut discussing why in part Gov. Gavin Newsom was able to beat the recall effort. According to exit polls, the most important issue for voters was the pandemic. Joy and her panel discuss the apparent GOP miscalculation that they can win big with an anti-vaccine, anti-mask platform. Meanwhile, in Pennsylvania, …
 
The upcoming book “Peril” by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa details Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley’s phone conversations to reassure a nervous Chinese general and efforts Milley took to limit then-President Trump from potentially ordering a dangerous military strike. Milley conducted the October 30 call in consultation with then-Defense Secr…
 
Wednesday on the NewsHour, tensions rise in Asia as the U.S. partners with Australia and the United Kingdom to curb Beijing's ambitions. Then, U.S. gymnasts testify before Congress about the FBI's botched investigation of sexually abusive doctor, Larry Nassar. And, the U.S. struggles to contain the flow of the high-powered opioid fentanyl across th…
 
The Treasury Department decided not to mince words about the state of child care in the U.S. in a new report, calling it “unworkable” and in a state of market failure. As the Biden administration continues to push for investment in human infrastructure and the care economy, the report makes the case for universal preschool and extended tax credits …
 
Wednesday evening at the White House, President Joe Biden -- joined by the prime ministers of the United Kingdom and Australia -- announced a new partnership in the Indo-Pacific region, including an effort to build nuclear-powered submarines for Australia. The one unspoken issue clearly driving this move: a rising China. Foreign affairs corresponde…
 
In our news wrap Wednesday, members of the Afghan women's soccer team along with coaches and families crossed into Pakistan and will seek asylum in other countries. North and South Korea traded missile tests amid rising tensions. Pope Francis says Catholic clerics should not mix politics with Communion. Boston voters have chosen Michelle Wu and Ann…
 
The Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday heard testimony from four elite U.S. gymnasts about the FBI's mishandling of sexual abuse allegations against former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar. Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, McKayla Maroney and Maggie Nichols criticized the agency and pressed lawmakers to demand further accountability for those who …
 
Californians have voted overwhelmingly to keep Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom in office until the end of his term. Newsom improved on his share of the vote from his first election three years ago. To discuss the results and any lessons they hold for the midterm elections, as well as the role of former President Trump in the GOP, we turn to Washington…
 
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