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Radio Pangaea is a true Independent news outlet. Our goal is to put a human voice the most pressing news issues of our time.






Radio Pangaea: Where There's Smoke There's Fire

WikiLeaks has released a huge set of files that it calls "Year Zero" and which mark the biggest exposure of CIA spying secrets ever. Doctors may soon be able to tell if someone has cancer and where the tumor is without even doing a biopsy. Common food habits that new research links with deaths from heart disease, strokes and diabetes. Tesla will power the Hawaiian island of Kauai with solar panels and its giant battery packs.


Radio Pangaea: The Black Hand

A Russian spy ship sits 30 miles off the coast of Connecticut, while an armed Russian warplane recently carried out a "mock attack" against a US ship. Federal officials and North Dakota's governor refused to extend next week's evacuation deadline for activists living in camps that have been a base for months for demonstrations against the multibillion-dollar Dakota Access oil pipeline. The California man accused of buying assault rifles used by the married couple who massacred 14 people at...


Radio Pangaea: Your Papers Please...

A U.S. judge imposed a nationwide hold on President Donald Trump's ban on travelers and immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries. Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, accused of running one of the world's biggest drug empires, glimpsed his glamorous young wife in court despite being denied marital visits behind bars. Ukrainian authorities and pro-Russian separatists accused each other of carrying out fresh artillery attacks on frontline residential areas in eastern...


Radio Pangaea: There is No Shelter Here!

Miami-Dade County's mayor instructed jail officials in that South Florida community on to honor all immigration detainer requests. The US congresswoman who made a recent secret trip to war-torn Syria to meet with President Bashar al-Assad as part of her effort to end the years-long conflict. The Russian-born wife of the California man accused of supplying guns used by another couple who killed 14 people in San Bernardino pleaded guilty on to federal immigration fraud charges. US. President...


Radio Pangaea: A New Dawn

Drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman appeared in a U.S. court on after his surprise extradition from Mexico and pleaded not guilty to charges that he ran the world's largest drug-trafficking organization during a decades-long criminal career. A test firing of an unarmed British nuclear Trident missile from a submarine off the coast of Florida malfunctioned last June. For many young Native American activists at places like Standing Rock, Peltier stands as an icon in a larger narrative of...


Radio Pangaea: People Behaving Badly

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency accused Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV of illegally using hidden software to allow excess diesel emissions to go undetected. A Louisiana man pleaded guilty to a federal charge that he threatened to carry out a shooting at a Washington D.C. pizzeria. China and Russia have agreed to take further unspecified "countermeasures" in response to a U.S. plan to deploy an anti-missile system in South Korea. Toyota Motor Corp. says it is recalling another...


Radio Pangaea: All In

Heavy rains and flooding along rivers forced the evacuation of thousands of people. Amid pressure to build products at home, Apple is seeking to conduct "high-tech -manufacturing" at one of its American plants. A Volkswagen AG executive was arrested and charged as part of a U.S. investigation into the German auto giant’s emissions-cheating scandal. Family members they were disappointed that the U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear a case involving their former foster daughter, a girl...


Radio Pangaea: Its Always Darkest Before The Dawn

The eastern United States began digging out from a massive storm that dumped heavy snow from Georgia to Massachusetts. FCA, the U.S. arm of automaker Fiat-Chrysler, announced that it would invest a total $1 billion in plants in Michigan and Ohio, which will add 2000 new jobs in the United States. SeaWorld in San Diego will host its last killer whale performance, the culmination of its promise to phase out the decades-old show after criticism of its treatment of the captive marine mammals....


Radio Pangaea: Can't we all just get along?

One of the most violent years in Chicago history ended 2016 with a sobering tally: 762 homicides. With much of the country on the verge of starvation and billions of dollars at stake, food trafficking has become one of the biggest businesses in Venezuela. There were no big New Year's celebrations for the Iraqi men, women and children who narrowly escaped the fighting in Mosul, only to wait for hours under armed guard while the fighting-age males among them were cleared of links to the...


Radio Pangaea: Happy New Year

The ancient auroch cattle species is closer to being brought back to life thanks to European-wide science initiatives that continue to back-breed cattle still carrying the giant animal's DNA. North Korea's Kim Jong Un has killed hundreds of government officials since taking office five years ago. More Sears and Kmart closings were announced by Sears Holdings as the company continues to shed itself of unprofitable stores. Tens of thousands have been killed over the years in Mexico, on the...


Radio Pangaea: Fortune Favors the Bold

A federal appeals court judge on police use of secret cellphone tracking technology has convinced a Milwaukee man to take his case a step further. California Attorney General Kamala Harris filed new criminal charges of pimping and money laundering against the chief executive and controlling shareholders of the website Backpage.com. Winter storm and blizzard warnings and watches were in effect from Nevada and Colorado up through the Dakotas and into northern Minnesota as 2 inches (5 cm) to...


Radio Pangaea Strange Days

The arctic air that has chilled large swaths of the United States for days will culminate this with dangerous cold in Montana and North Dakota. At least three people are dead after a pair of multi-vehicle crashes on I-95 in Baltimore this morning. It's been over twenty years since child beauty pageant contestant JonBenét Ramsey was found dead in her parents' basement, and Colorado police announced plans to conduct new DNA tests. The United States more than doubled the bounty on the head of...


Radio Pangaea: War on Nature, War on People, War on Choices

Britain became the first country to formally license an in-vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment designed to create babies from three people. North Korea's state media says Canadian officials have met with a detained Ontario pastor who has been sentenced to life in prison in the country. A Muslim woman in New York was arrested after filing a false report claiming she had been harassed by a group of white Trump supporters. Cleanup crews have recovered about 1,250 barrels of the 3,100 barrels...


Radio Pangaea: Show #82

More than a quarter of medical school students report depressive symptoms or depression, while about one in 10 experiences suicidal thoughts. Is man-flu a quirk of viral evolution? Some viruses might cause weaker symptoms in women than in men because it makes them more likely to spread. Yahoo has discovered a 3-year-old security breach that enabled a hacker to compromise more than 1 billion user accounts. In one of the stranger chapters of Mexico's drug war, angry people in a southern town...


Radio Pangaea: The Start of Something Big

US technology giant IBM said it would hire 25,000 people in the country over the next four years, a day before President-elect Donald Trump meets with tech industry leaders. SpaceX has officially delayed its first crewed test flight of the Dragon capsule from 2017 to 2018. The U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for the National Football League's estimated $1 billion settlement of concussion-related lawsuits with thousands of retired players to take effect. A Shell-led consortium has won a...


Radio Pangaea: I Didn't Know I Couldn't Do That

A US man who dresses up as Santa Claus fulfilled a dying boy's Christmas wish by visiting him at his bedside, before the youngster passed away in his arms. Former U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah was sentenced to a 10-year prison term by a judge who said he was "astonished" that a veteran legislator would steal government and charity funds to pay his son's debts and buy a vacation home. A BREAKING Bad obsessed cannibal who murdered a cop he met on Grindr and dissolved his remains in a bath of acid...


Radio Pangaea: The State of Uncertainty

Farewell John Glenn. The Mohawk tribe in New York win a major victory and get a dam removed. The Department of Homeland Security told members of congress that a rogue federal employee may have been responsible for a November hack-attack that targeted the Georgia secretary of state’s system. Berlin-based online food takeaway service Delivery Hero, one of Europe's biggest start-ups, will acquire competitor Foodpanda. China patrolled the waters of a series of hotly contested islands, a day...


Radio Pangaea: Don't Call it a Comeback

A warehouse fire in Oakland, California kills many people, Italy votes against PM Renzi, Is the EU in trouble? Pizzagate takes another twist as a man brings a loaded assault rifle to Comet Pizza. The Government has an increase of child found on Federal Agencies computers. What is happening?


Radio Pangaea: Know All, See All

Broad new regulations being drafted by the Obama administration would make it easier for law enforcement and national security officials to eavesdrop on Internet and e-mail communications. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp had tentatively planned to vote on Monday on issuing an interim final rule that would have put in place some aspects of how the agency would handle the winding down of large financial firms previously considered "too big to fail." A federal judge said Friday that she...


Radio Pangaea: Show #76

Pirates in speedboats attacked a ship in an oil field off Nigeria, kidnapping three French employees. A former U.S. intelligence official said members of the covert Afghan force are used for surveillance and long-range reconnaissance and some have trained at CIA facilities in the United States. Egyptian police on Tuesday beat and arrested anti-government activists demonstrating against the possibility of the president's son succeeding his father as leader of the country. With key...


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