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Gist: Why Are Police Unions So Aggressive?

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Former Boston cop Tom Nolan on why many police unions are angry at the public.

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Aug 15, 2017

Gist: Why Are Police Unions So Aggressive?

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Former Boston cop Tom Nolan on why many police unions are angry at the public.

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Aug 15, 2017

90 Seconds: Bye Bye Bannon?

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Josh Voorhees on Steve Bannon’s job security, the CEOs breaking with Trump, and the latest on North Korea.

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Aug 15, 2017

Dear Prudence: The "Feelings Roulette" Edition

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Dear Prudence: The "Feelings Roulette" Edition

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Aug 15, 2017

Conspiracy Thrillers | The Bourne Trilogy (2002-2007)

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The action-packed series showed that even if the hero gets out alive, the conspiracy never ends.

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Aug 15, 2017

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Aug 14, 2017
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Virginia Heffernan talks to Jamelle Bouie about the tragic events of this weekend in Charlottesville, VA and how this can no longer allow Americans to put their heads in the sand about what really got Trump elected.

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Aug 14, 2017
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Everything in Congress is behind closed doors.

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Aug 14, 2017
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Stefan Fatsis and Josh Levin are joined by Johnette Howard to discuss Ezekiel Elliott’s suspension, tennis writer Ben Rothenberg comes on to talk about Sascha Zverev, and Mike Schur analyzes the Los Angeles Dodgers’ excellence.

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Aug 14, 2017
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Josh Voorhees on three things you need to know about this weekend's violence in Charlottesville, Virginia

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Aug 13, 2017
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This the 2nd part of Josh King's chat with Chief Media Writer at the Poynter Institute for Media Studies, Jim Warren, about the competition between the Washington Post and The New York Times.

13 min
Aug 13, 2017
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In our thirty-second weekly recap, we'll highlight the lessons learned in this week. Also: more listener Q&A!

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Aug 12, 2017
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Josh King talks to Chief Media Writer at the Poynter Institute for Media Studies, Jim Warren, about the competition between the Washington Post and The New York Times.

8 min
Aug 12, 2017
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A German couple create a personalized jewelry shop taking the fleeting memories of childhood and turning them into gorgeous memories that last forever.

46 min
Aug 12, 2017
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Slate Money on pink slime, Disney’s Netflix deal, and open seating plans

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Aug 12, 2017
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Slate Money on pink slime, Disney’s Netflix deal, and open seating plans

7 min
Aug 12, 2017
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Tensions between the U.S. and North Korea, as well as some poor earnings, led to weekly drops for the major stock averages. The Wall Street Journal's Corrie Driebusch says disappointing earnings were as much a factor as geopolitics.

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Aug 11, 2017
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Tales from the guy who once threw a roulette ball at a pit boss.

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Aug 11, 2017
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Josh Voorhees on a Guam’s emergency prep, Trump's Manafort headache, and a truly absurd Craig’s List job ad.

6 min
Aug 11, 2017
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The Wall Street Journal's Mark Maremont talks about the FBI uncovering an ISIS-run financial network allegedly involving eBay. Plus, how much does President Trump's tough talk on North Korea mean for financial markets?

18 min
Aug 11, 2017
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Spencer Jakab dissects the market impact over President Donald Trump's comments on North Korea, with a look at its long history of ignoring provocations. Plus, Corrie Driebusch talks how reports from Snap Inc. and Blue Apron jolted stocks with disappointing earnings results.

1 min
Aug 11, 2017
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President Donald Trump issues a new warning against North Korea. J.C. Penney and Snap Inc. shake up earnings season. HBO's prolonged leaking crisis. Tanya Bustos reports.

8 min
Aug 11, 2017
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Psychotherapist and confidence coach Karol Ward talks why self-esteem and money go hand in hand, and how to find the right connection between health and wealth.

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Aug 11, 2017
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On her game-changing role on the hit Starz series Power

1 min
Aug 11, 2017
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Friday's economic calendar. What the Wall Street Journal's monthly survey of economists says about a government shutdown. Another shakeup at Wells Fargo. Tanya Bustos reports.

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Aug 10, 2017
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Even if Google was right to fire James Damore, why does it insist that employees can still expect freedom of expression at work?

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Aug 10, 2017
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Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson and Jamelle Bouie discuss Trump's improvisational words for North Korea, the unintended consequences of the Federal immigration stance and the value of public debate about the Google memo.

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Aug 10, 2017
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Our favorite recent segments about when music hits hard – sometimes a bit too hard.

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Aug 10, 2017
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Rebecca Lavoie and Carvell Wallace discuss choosing a school district in a segregated city, and how to encourage a teen's individual style while keeping their values intact. Plus triumphs and fails and recommendations.

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Aug 10, 2017
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Josh Voorhees on Trump vs. McConnell, North Korea's latest aggression, and the secret conservative investors behind Wonder Woman.

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Aug 10, 2017
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The DoubleX Gabfest on Google's anti-diversity memo, The Bold Type, and "Boys"

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Aug 10, 2017
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Jamelle Bouie talks to Osita Nwanevu, a writer at Slate covering conservative media, about what is happening over at Fox News and Sinclair Broadcasting and why Trump is just making right wing media more of what they already were.

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Aug 10, 2017
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Gleen Greenwald on why Trump is less unprecedented in American history than we’d like to believe.

1 min
Aug 10, 2017
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Tanya Bustos reports on and Thursday's economic calendar, how the U.S.'s current worker productivity is stalling economic growth, and new Basic Economy fares from the airline industry.

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Aug 9, 2017
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This episode of Whistlestop revisits September 25, 1919 and the collapse of grand speeches for peace delivered by President Wilson.

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Aug 9, 2017
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How the greatest knocked out the U.S. Justice Department.

1 min
Aug 9, 2017
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Charlie Turner reports on closing stocks, a possible fiduciary rule delay, Fox and Planet Fitness earnings and GE's new headquarters.

7 min
Aug 9, 2017
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The way we’re forced to define affirmative action has opened the door to its endangerment.

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Aug 9, 2017
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Josh Vorhees on the FBI's raid on Paul Manafort's home, Trumps North Korea threat and Disney's streaming ambitions

23 min
Aug 9, 2017
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Miriam Gottfried joins Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to talk why Disney pulling content from Netflix may not matter much for its shares. Plus, as earnings roll in, a look at what we can expect out of the retail industry, from department stores to e-commerce.

1 min
Aug 9, 2017
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Tanya Bustos reports on North Korea worries sending global markets lower, Disney ending a distribution deal with Netflix, and Bank of America joining the premium rewards card fray.

36 min
Aug 9, 2017
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Searching for housing can be exhausting, so we've got expert advice and awesome tips to make it easier and SAVE YOU MONEY.

5 min
Aug 9, 2017
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Kiplinger's Dan Burrows talks what it means to be a millionaire in the United states, with a look at the common threads among small towns with big millionaire populations.

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Aug 9, 2017
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Dana Stevens, Julia Turner and Stephen Metcalf discuss The Public Theater's new production of Hamlet starring Oscar Isaac, Netflix's Friends From College, and the maligned genre of prog rock with Dave Weigel.

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Aug 9, 2017
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We recap ABC’s “historic” move to help Rachel Lindsay find love on The Bachelorette.

1 min
Aug 9, 2017
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Tanya Bustos reports on lagging U.S. trade actions in China as North Korea takes precedence, Apple's new game of catch-up, and why U.S. pensions still remain in crisis.

6 min
Aug 9, 2017
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A new report contains a more upbeat forecast for the U.S. economy. We'll talk with the Wall Street Journal's Paul Hannon, who's in London. Plus, Donald Trump's warning and Walt Disney's streaming.

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Aug 8, 2017
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British journalist David Goodhart says there are two kinds of people.

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Aug 8, 2017
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Slate's Seth Stevenson talks to Washington Post reporter Jonathan O'Connell about how the Trump International Hotel in Washington D.C. is changing the way people do business and politics in the city.

37 min
Aug 8, 2017
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Laura and Alexa jam with GE CMO Linda Boff

1 min
Aug 8, 2017
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Charlie Turner reports on closing stocks, President Trump's warning to North Korea and earnings reports from Disney, TripAdvisor and Priceline.

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Aug 8, 2017
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Steve Lickteig with today's haul: A new, depressing climate report, Bernie's litmus test and can you pass Trump's immigration test

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Aug 8, 2017
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Dear Prudence: The "Panoply of Deviance” Edition

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Aug 8, 2017
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The Language Conservancy's Wil Meya discusses the effort to revive Native American languages.

4 min
Aug 8, 2017
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Wall Street Journal Executive Washington Editor Gerald Seib talks about how effective the latest sanctions against North Korea could be. Plus, Google's firing of an employee over a controversial memo.

1 min
Aug 8, 2017
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Tanya Bustos reports on the surge in Visas amid President Donald Trump's immigration crackdown, Uber denying Travis Kalanick's return as CEO, and J.P. Morgan Chase's cancellation of a popular debit card program.

1 min
Aug 8, 2017
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Tanya Bustos reports on how President Donald Trump's policies have impacted earnings season, a possible United Technologies-Rockwell Collins merger, and Tesla's plan to raise cash ahead of its Model 3 roll out.

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Aug 7, 2017
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Confidence rules, meek people lose.

1 min
Aug 7, 2017
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Charlie Turner reports on closing stocks and earnings reports from CBS, Avis Budget Group and Marriott International.

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Aug 7, 2017
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Stefan Fatsis and Josh Levin are joined by ProPublica’s David Epstein to discuss Usain Bolt’s loss to Justin Gatlin. The Irish Times’ Ken Early also talks about Neymar’s record-setting transfer, and Josh and Stefan analyze Colin Kaepernick’s NFL exile.

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Aug 7, 2017
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Steve Lickteig with today's haul: North Korea remains defiant, the rebels attempting to overthrow the Venezuelan president say it isn't a coup, and is Mark Zuckerberg running for president?

1 min
Aug 7, 2017
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Tanya Bustos reports on North Korea threatening to use nuclear weapons against the U.S. if provoked, GOP lawmakers' public case for a sweeping tax overhaul, and Netflix's first acquisition in its 20-year history.

8 min
Aug 7, 2017
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JSF Financial's Mordechai Fishman breaks down everything you need to know about investing in the movies, as well as the risk factors to consider before entering the entertainment business.

1 min
Aug 7, 2017
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Tanya Bustos reports on Chief of Staff John Kelly bringing order to the Trump White House and how strong employment data adds to a rosy view of the economy.

6 min
Aug 7, 2017
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Consumer prices, productivity and trade. Join us for a look at what economists will be watching for this week with the economy. The Wall Street Journal's Josh Zumbrun joins us from Washington.

18 min
Aug 6, 2017
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The Wall Street Journal's Josh Zumbrun and Lev Borodovsky preview the coming week's economic calendar with a look at consumer data and more big earnings.

13 min
Aug 6, 2017
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In our 31st weekly recap, we'll highlight the lessons learned in this week. Also: a listener asks about her dog’s Instagram account.

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Aug 6, 2017
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DeLashea Strawder teaches music to young people with Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit.

35 min
Aug 6, 2017
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DeLashea Strawder teaches music to young people with Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit.

6 min
Aug 5, 2017
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Tired of a road warrior’s tangle of cables and plugs, a Hong-Kong-based entrepreneur makes chargers and adapters truly current.

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Aug 5, 2017
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Josh King talks to Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ 5th District) about the Problem Solvers – a group of 43 members of the House of Representatives split between both parties offerings solutions to stabilize the individual health care market.

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Aug 5, 2017
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Slate Money on the stock market, index composition, and Etsy

42 min
Aug 5, 2017
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Slate Money on the stock market, index composition, and Etsy

5 min
Aug 5, 2017
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average moved higher for a second week after the monthly jobs report showed employers continued hiring at a healthy rate. The Wall Street Journal's Amrith Ramkumar has the details.

27 min
Aug 5, 2017
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The Wall Street Journal's Timothy Puko joins MoneyBeat with Skylar Capital's Bill Perkins for an in-depth discussion about the state of commodities trading, and why traders like Mr. Perkins are a dying breed.

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Aug 4, 2017
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A stand-up comic graciously shares her show notes for sports program producers.

1 min
Aug 4, 2017
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Tanya Bustos reports on the Dow's eighth straight record close, Martin Shkreli being found guilty of three counts in a federal securities-fraud trial, and Toyota getting on President Trump's good side with a $1.6 billion factory.

5 min
Aug 4, 2017
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Special Counsel Robert Mueller has impaneled a grand jury in Washington to investigate Russia's interference in the 2016 elections, a sign that his inquiry is growing in intensity. The Wall Street Journal's Byron Tau has the latest details.

18 min
Aug 4, 2017
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U.S. employers added 209,000 jobs in July as the unemployment rate matched a 16-year-low of 4.3%. The Wall Street Journal Chief Economics Commentator, Greg Ip, joins Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to break down the latest jobs report.

6 min
Aug 4, 2017
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As developers move in to build new mega-mansions in Sag Harbor, the Wall Street Journal's Leslie Brody discusses how residents are pushing to preserve their sense of community in the popular New York summer spot.

1 min
Aug 4, 2017
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John Wordock reports on the unemployment rate matching a 16-year low as the U.S. economy added more jobs than expected in July.

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Aug 4, 2017
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On his debut feature film, "Columbus," starring John Cho.

1 min
Aug 4, 2017
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Tanya Bustos reports on Friday's jobs report, Teva Pharmaceuticals' struggle with increased competition in U.S. generics, and a decline in revenue for Viacom's ad business.

6 min
Aug 4, 2017
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Is "artificial intelligence" the death knell for middle-class jobs? Our chief economics commentator joins us with a look. Plus, a grand jury in Washington to investigate Russia's interference in the 2016 elections and one more crisis for Uber.

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Aug 4, 2017
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Zoe Chace, producer for This American Life, digs up the audio from her 2016 interview with the former White House communications director. His past suggests he’ll bounce right back.

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Aug 4, 2017
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Emily Bazelon, David Plotz and Ruth Marcus of the Washington Post discuss White House chaos, affirmative action, and prosecutors withholding evidence

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Aug 3, 2017
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Jennifer Strong reports the closing numbers, including a fresh record for the Dow. Plus, a grand jury in Washington will investigate Russia's interference in the 2016 elections, and Uber knowingly bought unsafe cars in Singapore.

0 min
Aug 4, 2017
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In this Peabody Award-winning show, Kurt Andersen sets sail in search of the great white whale.

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Aug 4, 2017
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Mike Pesca with today’s haul: why people aren’t moving for jobs, the unsurprising transcripts of the president’s phone calls for foreign leaders, and a study showing Asian-Americans are more likely to be accepted if they’re overweight.

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Aug 4, 2017
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Rebecca Lavoie and Gabriel Roth discuss whether to worry about a 9-year-old's weight gain, and how to inject some passion into passionless pre-teen. Plus triumphs and fails and recommendations.