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Individual episodes of award-winning, fact-based journalism, providing daily analysis and insight into the latest developments around the world.

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United States

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Individual episodes of award-winning, fact-based journalism, providing daily analysis and insight into the latest developments around the world.

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English


Episodes

Protests Against Zero-COVID Are Rocking China. Here’s What You Need to Know

11/28/2022
Rare mass demonstrations against the country’s strict pandemic measures have broken out in multiple cities across the country, including Beijing and Shanghai.

Duration:00:08:22

Arrest Warrant Issued for Friend of North Carolina Woman Who Died in Mexico. Here’s What We Know

11/28/2022
Mexican authorities have not publicly named the American woman they are seeking to extradite

Duration:00:04:32

Team USA’s World Cup Fate Is in Their Own Hands Following Tie With England

11/28/2022
Despite the goalless scoreline, this was a match with plenty of action.

Duration:00:06:46

World Cup Fans Without Masks Pose Dilemma for Broadcasters in China

11/28/2022
Reviewed footage appears to show a state broadcaster pulling back on shots of the stadium crowds compared to other international networks.

Duration:00:04:08

How Hospital Emergency Preparedness Is Evolving

11/27/2022
From pandemic prep to bracing for catastrophic weather events

Duration:00:11:15

Christians Have Conflicting Views on Climate Change

11/27/2022
A new poll shows U.S. Christians believe humans must protect the Earth, but often don't believe climate change science.

Duration:00:05:08

Why FTX Account Holders Are Unlikely To Get Their Money Back

11/27/2022
Customers who trusted FTX’s platform are likely at the back of the queue for receiving whatever assets a bankruptcy judge can extract from the company.

Duration:00:07:03

What to Know About the Book Behind Bones and All

11/27/2022
Luca Guadagnino’s tender cannibal romance is based on a 2015 novel

Duration:00:08:52

Column: How To Create a Sense of Belonging In a Divided America

11/26/2022
1 in 5 Americans suffers from chronic loneliness. Here's how we can build a society that is more inclusive and nurturing

Duration:00:13:42

Forget Electric Cars, The Future of Battery Technology is in Airplanes

11/26/2022
Richard Wang, CEO of Cuberg, is developing lighter, more powerful lithium batteries that could help make electric airplanes a reality.

Duration:00:05:35

Column: What Climate Change Is Already Doing to Children's Brains

11/26/2022
The effect climate change is having on children's mental health and brain development must be addressed, writes Frederica Perera.

Duration:00:07:41

How to Stay Safe From COVID-19 During the 2022 Holiday Season

11/26/2022
Boosters, tests, and masks still work

Duration:00:04:42

ICYMI: The Attack on a Gay Bar in Colorado Springs Didn't Happen in a Vacuum, and more

11/26/2022
Column: The Attack on a Gay Bar in Colorado Springs Didn't Happen in a Vacuum; The ‘One Love’ LGBTQ Rights Armband Is Causing a Stir at the Qatar World Cup; COP27 Heralds ‘New Paradigm’ For Climate Action. Now The Hard Work Truly Starts; Why We Buy Things We Don’t Need.

Duration:00:28:07

COVID-19 Is Still Upending Holiday Plans—and Inspiring Some Families to Make New Ones

11/25/2022
Even as many people return to normal, some families are shaping their holiday 2022 plans around avoiding COVID-19.

Duration:00:08:34

Elon Musk Says He Will Grant ‘Amnesty’ to Suspended Twitter Accounts

11/25/2022
Twitter's new owner said Thursday he will grant "amnesty" to suspended accounts—experts predict a rise in harassment, misinformation.

Duration:00:03:48

Column: Yes, Tech Can Be Toxic. A Whale Showed Me It Can Bring Us Closer to Nature, Too

11/25/2022
After my near-death experience with a whale, citizen scientists analyzed the viral video. Thank you, internet.

Duration:00:08:26

5 Ways to Survive the Holidays if You’re a Scrooge

11/25/2022
Reach out to new and old friends, be flexible about travel, let yourself feel sad, and set boundaries.

Duration:00:06:35

Why We Buy Things We Don’t Need

11/24/2022
Part of our drive to consume is down to the way our brains have evolved, a new book argues

Duration:00:10:03

6 Ways to Give Better Gifts—Based on Science

11/24/2022
Embrace the sentimental, opt for experiences over things, and don't overdo the personalization.

Duration:00:09:42

How ‘Linked-Fate Voting’ Can Help Explain American Elections

11/24/2022
Research suggests that women vote in ways that are beneficial for their group, while men vote in ways that are beneficial for themselves

Duration:00:08:37