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New name, same podcast! Burr Martin: Nearly News podcast is hosted by the Internet's "Selfie Dad", who was made famous overnight by recreating his daughters selfies on Instagram. Joined by his wife/co-host, Burr brings his unique brand of humor, nerd experience and C List Internet celebrity status to talk about the strange, odd and downright funny news stories from around the World, plus a few other surprises thrown in. (weekly)
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New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has said he wants to provide funds for undocumented New Jerseyans left out of COVID stimulus funding. But activists aren't letting up on the pressure. WNYC's Matt Katz reports that about three dozen undocumented workers and their allies are continuing to fast to highlight the fact that they're not eligible for unemployme…
As more people get their COVID-19 vaccines, we’re starting to see more of them dip their proverbial toes back into the social waters – while also maintaining the necessary masking and social distancing protocols. Such was the case recently for me and five of my friends who, as it turned out like dozens of others, teamed up to ramble through the str…
On Ask the Expert, Dr. Ben Neuman is Professor of Biology and Chief Virologist at Texas A&M University joined KRLD's Kristin Diaz and David Rancken. He discussed with them what the newest science reveals about reactions to the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and gives his opinion on how the race to get to herd immunity is coming along. See omnystudio.com…
European countries are divided over the administration of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. Countries have taken regulation into their own hands. It comes as daily deaths rise in South America and India registers record levels of daily infections.
In this week’s UN Catch-Up, we’re checking in with the World Health Organization for the latest key COVID-19 developments, including an equitable vaccine distribution milestone. Also – we hear from the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) and an alert about increasingly vulnerable Afghan refugees who need lifesaving medical care. And before our 15 minutes’ st…
BPR is answering listener queries about the Coronavirus in a new segment – Talk to Us: COVID Questions . BPR’s Helen Chickering brings us this week’s answer. This week's question comes from Dr. Penny Brewster of Franklin.Helen Chickering による
Education journalist Jennifer Berkshire analyzes (overdone) claims that teachers’ unions are keeping kids out of school, and warns us about the ongoing war on public education at the state level. And economic and social historian Helen Yaffe looks at how Cuba has contained COVID-19, and at what's behind their impressive treatment and vaccine work. …
We all know that feeling when the right song hits at the right moment and it's just ... really, really good. No other form of art can quite match the feeling of music-induced pleasure. And brain scientists are getting closer to understanding what it's all about by delving deep into our reward system. But why is music so rewarding?…
It ends S Korea's hopes of using the Games to engage with Pyongyang. Also: Netanyahu is asked to form a new Israeli government, and alone on a ship for four years.BBC World Service による
Teheran said the plant had been hit by what it called a terrorist act. There’s been no official Israeli comment. Also, the US Secretary of State says he has real concerns about Russia's military build-up on its border with Ukraine, and an iconic Moscow food hall shuts up shop.BBC World Service による
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New Jersey voters approved a legal marijuana referendum in November, and Gov. Phil Murphy signed a law creating a marijuana marketplace in February. On Monday, the state takes another step toward cannabis sales when the five-member Cannabis Regulatory Commission holds its first meeting at 2 pm. The commission must adopt regulations for growing, pro…
The left-leaning Working Families Party is expected to decide on its mayoral endorsement this week. WNYC's Brigid Bergin reportsWNYC Radio による
Scott Morrison says there’s now no vaccine timetable. Prince Harry will walk shoulder to shoulder with Prince William at Prince Philip’s funeral. Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Premier Gladys Berejiklian will be in Griffith for the third annual Bush Summit. Sydney’s overcrowded public schools exceeding enrolment caps by more than 1000 students. …
Matteson Congresswoman Robin Kelly, the new head of the Illinois Democratic Party, talks with Craig Dellimore about her vision for making the political organization more inclusive and looking towards the future. She talks about party unity, more activities downstate, and creating a new generation of activists. She also discusses gun violence, and t…
In his first public statement since the Duke of Edinburgh’s death, Prince Charles says his father gave “the most remarkable, devoted service” to his family, to Britain, and to the Commonwealth. Also, thousands of people flee their homes after a volcanic eruption on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent. And a United Nations official warns that Myanma…
The state opened vaccines for Covid-19 to everyone 16 and up on March 29th. Since then, more than three million shots have gone into arms. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Radio.com による
An accused puppy killer is now facing charges in Dallas. Police say 20-year-old Sebastian Acosta beat two Pyrenees-type puppies to death Wednesday at 2400 Dowdy Ferry Road. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Radio.com による
The Sunday Telegraph's commemorative issue looks back at some incredible photographs to illustrate Prince Philip's special relationship with this country. Actors successfully lobby Federal Government to keep much-needed film tax break. Australia still doesn’t have a national firearms register, 25 years after the states and territories signed up to …
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Prime Minister Scott Morrison has conveyed Australia's deepest sympathies to the royal family, as tributes continue for Prince Philip, who has died at the age of 99. The Duke of Edinburgh is also being remembered for his devotion to his wife, Queen Elizabeth, during their 73-year marriage.
Prince Philip was the longest serving consort in British history, having been married to Queen Elizabeth for seventy- three years. The Palace said he died peacefully at Windsor Castle on Friday morning. It's been confirmed that his funeral will not be a state occasion -- in line with his wishes. Also: A volcanic eruption has blanketed the Caribbean…
Regional headlines from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Ameren Seeks Utility Rate Increases To Raise $309 million A Year Missouri Opens Up COVID-19 Vaccines To All 16 And Older Kansas City To Temporarily House Homeless People In Hotels Reform-Minded Leaders Now At The Helm In St. LouisJack Kosowski による
Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul was at the reopening of Coney Island amusements Friday. WNYC's Brigid Bergin reports she dodged questions about Governor Cuomo's scandals.WNYC Radio による
The City of Dallas has started construction on its ninth aquatic park. The park at Bachman Lake will be the fourth "Cove" aquatic center, with an indoor and outdoor pool, water slides and space for meetings and parties. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Radio.com による
Today, we'll be talking about President Biden's gun control announcement, unrest in Ireland, jobs numbers, and COVID-related illnesses. I also make reference to the reports that Congressman Matt Gaetz allegedly paid for the sex trafficking with Venmo (come on man) and the death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. Sources Hear "Sunday Bloody Su…
Who controls the economy? Big Business say economist Richard Wolff. Who controls the border? The Big Cartels says reporter Pancho Ortiz. Who controls Covid? Not Big Gretch. And the media? Big joke says Comedian Detroit Red.Charlie LeDuff による
Parents have been working overtime since the start of the pandemic. Many even took on the additional job of teacher when their children’s schools went online. But when it became clear that quarantine was going to last for a lot longer than two weeks, parents suddenly had to learn how to balance their new tasks long-term. The CDC announced that new …
This week in the Derek Chauvin murder trial, officers and medical experts testified on the cause of George Floyd’s death. And why it’s so hard to prosecute police officers. Read more: During the second week of the Derek Chauvin murder trial, prosecutors focused on two subjects: how the former officer’s tactics, denounced by fellow police officers o…
George P. Bush, the state's land commissioner is thinking of running for Texas Attorney General. Mr. Bush told a radio show he is seriously considering challenging fellow Republican Ken Paxton. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Radio.com による