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Women in Charge: Ellen Stofan

10/22/2018
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What’s it like to be the woman who runs one of the most visited museums in the world? Ellen Stofan talks about her path to leadership and the importance of female role models, as well as how the story of one great man is being reimagined as the stories of teams. You can email us at womenincharge@slate.com. Podcast production by Jessica Jupiter

Duration:00:41:40

Working With Weed: How Does a Cannabis Lawyer Work?

10/21/2018
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Marshall Custer wasn’t planning on going into the marijuana industry after he graduated law school. But as he tells host Jordan Weissmann this episode, it’s turned out to be a booming business. You just have to be a little careful about knowing exactly who your clients are. This episode is brought to you by Transferwise. Check them out today at Transferwise.com/WORKING

Duration:00:47:47

Sponsored: I Travel For Culture

10/21/2018
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In Episode 2, writer, producer, and avid traveler Ali Lemer explores Great Britain’s rich cultural narratives and evolving creative communities. Her adventures through Cardiff’s Welsh heritage, Liverpool’s thriving music scene, and Bristol’s inspiring street art prove there is far more to British art and culture than people expect.

Duration:00:27:02

Slate Money: The Prudential Managers Edition

10/20/2018
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Slate Money on the death of Sears, the Robinhood high frequency trading scandal, and the retreat of the Financial Stability Oversight Council on this week's episode with Felix Salmon, Anna Szymanski, and Emily Peck. In the Slate Plus segment, Felix, Anna, and Emily discuss the plethora of bad Facebook PR. Email: slatemoney@slate.comTwitter:@felixsalmon, @Three_Guineas, @EmilyRPeck Production by Max Jacobs. Listen to Slate Money via Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or Google...

Duration:00:42:55

Gist: Prison Guard Confidential

10/19/2018
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On The Gist, Europeans are fighting over daylight saving time, which is way better than having a World War. Mother Jones reporter Shane Bauer has been on both sides of a prison’s bars. After spending two years as a political prisoner in Iran, he returned to the U.S. and got a job as a private prison guard. His real aim, of course, was to report on why the American prison system—private and public—is broken. Bauer’s new book is American Prison: A Reporter’s Undercover Journey Into the...

Duration:00:31:39

What Next: Just an Old Sweet Song

10/19/2018
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Kai Wright of WNYC and Slate’s Jamelle Bouie on the governor’s race in Georgia. Plus, Deadspin’s Dvora Meyers explains the implosion of USA Gymnastics. We’ll be piloting What Next in public for the next several weeks. Tell us what you think: whatnext@slate.com. Join Slate Plus! Members get bonus segments, exclusive member-only podcasts, and more. Sign up for a free trial today at Slate.com/whatnextplus. Follow us on Instagram for updates on the show, our weekend reading lists, and...

Duration:00:21:48

I Have to Ask: Lynsey Addario

10/19/2018
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Lynsey Addario is a Pulitzer-Prize winning photographer whose work is collected in the new book Of Love And War. She sits down with Isaac Chotiner to discuss life in Afghanistan before 9/11, her abduction in Libya, and why journalists rely on the American government to speak up for press freedom. Email: ask@slate.comTwitter: @IHaveToAskPod Podcast production by Max Jacobs. Listen to I Have to Ask via Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or Google Play

Duration:00:37:52

Spoiler Specials: The Hate U Give

10/19/2018
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This week on Spoiler Specials, Assistant Editor Marissa Martinelli, Editorial Assistant Rachelle Hampton and Culture writer Inkoo Kang discuss The Hate U Give, the movie starring Amandla Stenberg based on the best selling novel by Angie Thomas. This episode is brought to you by I Travel For, a new podcast that explores what inspires us to travel. Listen and subscribe today at https://apple.co/2DPEWJE.

Duration:00:55:53

Gist: Land of (Only Some) Opportunity

10/18/2018
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On The Gist, Democrats might actually be winning. Supporters of open immigration policy—and immigrants themselves—often have a rosy view of what awaits them in the United States. National Review executive editor (and Slate alumnus) Reihan Salam says high costs of living can put immigrants in debt rather than on a path to the middle class. “When we’re totally sentimental about this, we miss some of those struggles, and those struggles are inconvenient. People don’t want to hear about them.”...

Duration:00:36:17

What Next: Now Is a Good Time to Cheat on Your Taxes

10/18/2018
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Budget cuts have crippled the IRS allowing tax cheats to run rampant. ProPublica's Jesse Eisinger says the agency's ability to pursue criminal cases is in collapse because of budget cuts and the fact that the agency still has the same number of auditors it had in 1953. So who benefits from this? And why does it matter?

Duration:00:17:06

Political: The "Cheek Swab" Edition

10/18/2018
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Emily Bazelon, David Plotz, and John Dickerson discuss the Trump administration’s response to the apparent murder of Jamal Khashoggi, Elizabeth Warren’s DNA test, and the debate around Georgia’s voter security measures. Join Slate Plus! Members get bonus segments, exclusive member-only podcasts, and more. Sign up for a free trial today at www.slate.com/gabfestplus. Twitter: @SlateGabfest Facebook: facebook.com/Gabfest Email: gabfest@slate.com Show notes at slate.com/gabfest

Duration:01:07:43

Studio 360: Pure speculation

10/18/2018
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Speculative fiction — the catch-all term for non-realist genres — in its many forms. Remembering the irascible speculative fiction writer Harlan Ellison. How reading a sex scene in an Isaac Asimov book changes an adolescent’s understanding of gender identity. Colson Whitehead reads from his zombie novel “Zone One.” And tracing the sci-fi-themed Afrofuturist tradition in music, from Sun Ra to Janella Monáe.

Duration:00:53:21

Mom and Dad Are Fighting: Don't Look Free Childcare in the Mouth Edition

10/18/2018
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This week: Gabriel Roth, Rebecca Lavoie, and Carvell Wallace discuss homework triumphs, a followup on yelling, questions about watching your insecurities play out in your children, and whether to get on grandma's case for letting the kids watch screens. This episode is brought to you by Blinds.com. Get 20% off anything today when you use the code MOMMANDDAD at checkout.

Duration:00:50:11

The Waves: The Random Acts of Power Edition

10/18/2018
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This Week on The Waves, Hanna, June and Noreen discuss the lawsuit filed by Stephen Elliot against the creator of the “Shitty Media Men” list, Moira Donegan, a hiring algorithm with biases against women and Hanna’s essay on women and power in New York Magazine. Podcast production by Danielle Hewitt. Research Assistance by Alex Barasch.

Duration:00:48:45

Gist: Myth Management

10/17/2018
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On The Gist, bone saws and Jamal Khashoggi. When Joe Hagan began working on the story of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone, Wenner was on board. But as Wenner slowly realized Hagan was writing the true story rather than Wenner’s story, things got a bit rough. Hagan joins us to discuss Wenner, reactions since publication, and the tricks of writing about a narcissist. Hagan’s book is Sticky Fingers: The Life and Times of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Magazine. In the Spiel, the civility of...

Duration:00:30:37

What Next: From One Caravan to Another

10/17/2018
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Mary Harris is joined by Vox’s Dara Lind to discuss how the latest caravan from Honduras is shining a light on the danger and red tape facing asylum seekers. Plus, what else did you miss today? We’ll be piloting What Next in public for the next several weeks. Tell us what you think: whatnext@slate.com. ' Join Slate Plus! Members get bonus segments, exclusive member-only podcasts, and more. Sign up for a free trial today at Slate.com/whatnextpus. Follow us on Instagram for updates on the...

Duration:00:21:14

If Then: How Senator Mark Warner Wants to Crack Down on Tech

10/17/2018
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On this week’s If Then, Will Oremus and April Glaser discuss the continuing saga that is Facebook’s effort to fix itself--ideally, without breaking everything else. On Friday, the company finally released more information about the huge hack that it announced last month, which affected nearly 30 million people. They’ll talk about what was stolen, and why it matters. Then, April and Will are joined by Senator Mark Warner, from Virginia, the top democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee,...

Duration:00:39:56

Secret History Of The Future: A Clock in the Sky

10/17/2018
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In 1714, British parliament offered a huge cash prize to anyone who could find a way to determine longitude at sea. And it worked, sort of ... several decades later. Are modern contests (DARPA challenges, the X Prize) offering riches and glory an effective way to spur technological innovation? Guests include: Dava Sobel, author of Longitude. This episode is brought to you by the following advertisers: Trailblazers, a podcast series from Dell and Walter Isaacson. Merrill Lynch. Get started...

Duration:00:37:14

Outward: The "Radicals" Edition

10/17/2018
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This month on Outward hosts Christina Cauterucci, Bryan Lowder, and New America’s Brandon Tensley find out what it means to be radical. October is Gay History month and so we’re honoring those radical queers who started to advocate for gay rights. First they’ve got a compilation of radicalization moments from important queer figures, those times the felt pulled into the fight. Thank you to the Making Gay History podcast for the use of their archival tape. Then they sit down with Angela...

Duration:01:03:40

Culture Gabfest: Brain and Body Still Rebooting Edition

10/17/2018
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Dana Stevens, Julia Turner, and Stephen Metcalf discuss the new film Private Life, then are joined by Slate's Gabriel Roth to discuss the legacy of Doctor Who and its new season starring Jodie Whitaker, and finally a reading of Kanye West at the White House. This episode is brought to you by the following advertisers: Everlane, premium clothing essentials made with the finest materials, without the traditional markups. To get a special offer exclusive to our listeners, visit...

Duration:01:02:16