Mary Kissel and Eric Edelman on a new nadir in U.S.-Turkey ties and Ankara's search for a financial savior.
DNA breakthrough; CFPB is Clarkrageous; Returning to work after extended absence
Mary Kissel and Hugo Restall on the fiscal squeeze on Islamabad and Beijing's campaign against the Uighurs.
In Egypt, comedy can be a matter of life and death. But life in America's no cakewalk either. Political satirist Bassem Youssef on reinventing yourself, crossing cultural lines, and the future of space exploration.
Clark Stinks; Uber & Lyft making traffic worse
Grocery pick-up; Bad stock broker; Change your tax withholding
The ladies revisit A Girl's Guide to Joining the Resistance and answer listener questions!
How to buy a mattress; Timely airfare sales; Doctor video calls
Cheaper health coverage; Fake veteran charities; Brand name prices rising
Fidelity zero fee investing; AT&T is Clarkrageous; Save big on small bills
Mary Kissel and Hugo Restall on the Secretary of State's entreaties to Asian allies and Chinese interference in Australian affairs.
When you’re a Hasidic woman in Borough Park, Brooklyn, starting an ambulance corps is a radical act. Documentary filmmaker Paula Eiselt on the push-pull of identity and cultural change in her film 93Queen.
Clark Stinks; Healthcare in early retirement
On this episode of BackStory, Brian talks to "Past Present" podcast host Nicole Hemmer about her six-part series, "A12," a reflection on the one-year anniversary of the "Summer of Hate." You'll also hear part 6 of "A12" in this show.
Mary Kissel and Frans Cronje on Harare's rigged election and South Africa's attack on property rights.
App to find babysitter; Student loan scams; Non-compete clauses
New $15 live TV streaming; Cashing out 401k plans; Our cars are distracting us
Make more money; Do your own eye exam; Best fast food restaurants
Apple lawsuit; Absurd electricity rate increases; Renting out your car
On hallucinating a teensy Virgin Mary in a water fountain, our weird relationship to fame, her stint as an elf-hunting camp counselor, and more in what feels like a 4 am college conversation with the inimitable Parker Posey.
On this episode of BackStory, Ed, Joanne and Brian explore the history of filling SCOTUS seats, the connections between Sherlock Holmes and U.S. presidents, and consider how Dr. Spock's book changed America.
The fight over documents in Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation, plus Trump's farm tariff bailout.
Do not succumb to “funklessness”. Join us as we nerd out to a staggering degree on utopian afrofuturism, David Bowie, and the sci-fi-inflected music of the ‘70s. With Jason Heller, Hugo-award winning author of Strange Stars.
Plus: Us Weekly's Royal contributor Omid Scobie gives Us the scoop from inside Prince Louis Christening day, President Trump's visit with The Queen and the latest on Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Gaby gets behind the snowflake, participation trophy bullshit and gets real about this generation.