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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: Fight or Flight

The Pawnee Nation filed a lawsuit in tribal court in Oklahoma against 27 oil and gas producers. The European Parliament has voted to end visa-free travel for Americans within the EU. It comes after the US failed to agree visa-free travel for citizens of five EU countries. The United States carried out a second day of air strikes against al Qaeda in Yemen, U.S. Norway's government paved the way to widen the culling of wolves, a policy move that incensed green campaigners seeking to protect...


Radio Pangaea: Fear of the Unkown

Mysterious radioactive cloud moves towards UK as plane which tackled Chernobyl called in to find source. A son of boxing legend Muhammad Ali was held for questioning for two hours at a Florida airport upon returning from Jamaica because of his Arabic-sounding name. Law enforcement with armored vehicles and bulldozers entered a North Dakota campsite clearing out dozens of people who had refused to vacate an oil pipeline protest. Lifeguards warned swimmers and surfers to stay out of a...


Radio Pangaea: That's Not Legal!

VX nerve agent, a chemical the United Nations classifies as a weapon of mass destruction, was used to kill the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in a bizarre murder in Malaysia. The U.S. government will seek the extradition of former Guatemalan Vice-President Roxana Baldetti and ex-Interior Minister Hector Mauricio Lopez Bonilla on drug trafficking charges. Brazil's state-run oil company Petrobras, said its board has approved settlements with investors in four more...


Radio Pangaea: Money, Drugs & Power

A powerful Pacific storm blew into Southern and Central California with wind-driven heavy rains that downed power lines and electrocuted a man, killed a motorist in a submerged car and disrupted hundreds of flights at airports. Blind sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman, the Egyptian-born cleric linked to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, died of natural causes in a US prison facility. More than 680 Cubans have been deported back to Cuba since the United States ended its decades-old policy giving...


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: The Drums of War

Nearly 200,000 Californians faced an indefinite stay in shelters as engineers worked around the clock to fix the United States' tallest dam before more rain arrives. Two journalists were shot dead during a live radio broadcast in the Dominican Republic. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas met secretly with the CIA chief in the West Bank. Multiple Russian military aircraft came close to a U.S. Navy destroyer in the Black Sea


Radio Pangaea: High In The Sky (The Cannabis Show)

Authorities in Texas have discovered almost two tonnes of cannabis disguised as 35,000 key limes near the US-Mexico border.Say you smoke pot. And you’re flying from Logan to LA or Las Vegas or Nantucket — all places where recreational marijuana is legal. And, just hypothetically of course, you’ve got some weed and want to take it with you on your flight. Can you?


Radio Pangaea: Not In My Backyard!

The U.S. State Department moved to begin admitting refugees, including Syrians after a federal judge blocked a Trump administration temporary ban on refugee admissions. U.S. backs off bid to reopen CIA 'black site' prisons. Amid a public outcry over the invasion of U.S. internet and finance billionaires, the New Zealand government has released papers detailing the ‘exceptional circumstances’ under which the American tycoon was quietly given a New Zealand passport.


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: International News Show #101

More than four decades after the ex-wife of Righteous Brothers singer Bill Medley was raped and killed, officials announced they used DNA to identify a suspect in the slaying: a man who was killed by police in 1982. President Donald Trump is expected to sign an executive order on cyber security. An airline maintenance worker in Oklahoma found 31 pounds (14 kg) of cocaine in the nose cone of an American Airlines jet after it arrived from Colombia. SpaceX has run several competitions aimed...


Radio Pangaea: Ironic America (The Immigration Issue)

The 1976 murder of Karen Klaas, the ex-wife of Righteous Brothers‘ singer Bill Medley, has finally been solved. Elite US forces launched a dawn raid against Al-Qaeda in Yemen, killing at least 14 suspected jihadists in an operation in which an American soldier also died. US Immigration Policy from a California Native American Indian perspecitve, and how Border States such as a California will be effected.


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: The Inaguration Special

Donald Trump took power as the 45th president of the United States on and pledged to end what he called an "American carnage" The election of U.S. President Richard Nixon changed how Communist nations interacted with the United States in geopolitical affairs. The U.S. Army on Thursday awarded Sig Sauer a contract worth $580 million to make the next service pistol based on the company's P320 handgun. Medical correspondent Dr. Laura Williams joins us to discuss her Native American Heritage...


Radio Pangaea: International News Show #96

More than 80 Islamic State jihadists were killed in a US aerial blitz on training camps in Libya. Facebook billionaire is suing a few hundred Hawaiians who still have legal-ownership claims to parts of his vacation estate through their ancestors. The first direct freight train service from China to Britain arrived in London. A scientist in California has named a newly discovered moth species after President-elect Donald Trump.Six carefully selected scientists have entered a man-made dome on...


Radio Pangaea: Collateral Damage

The wife of the gunman who carried out a mass shooting an Orlando, Florida, nightclub was arrested by the FBI today in San Francisco. SpaceX says its first launch of a Falcon 9 rocket since a fiery September accident has successfully placed a constellation of satellites in orbit. Chicago police routinely violated the civil rights of people in one of America's largest cities. Kamiyah Mobley was abducted from a Jacksonville, Fla., hospital nearly two decades ago from her birth parents and...


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 543,000...


Radio Pangaea: Don't Get Caught

The rainfall that has pummelled the U.S. West this week lightened but that did not keep swollen rivers from overflowing their banks in California. The man behind the sensational story concerning information the Russian government had supposedly collected about Donald Trump was a former British intelligence operative and a longtime intelligence source for the U.S. government. Cincinnati-based retail giant Macy's Inc. announced it's closing 68 of its 870 stores and streamlining its management,...


Radio Pangaea: International News Show #92

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The reopening of the nation's only underground nuclear waste repository nearly three years after a radiation leak. The Pentagon may soon be unleashing a 21st-century version of locusts on its adversaries after officials said it had successfully tested a swarm of 103 micro-drones. The U.S. Supreme Court struggled over how to decide a challenge to a state law barring retailers from charging more to buy with credit instead of cash. Venezuela - The country is deeply divided...