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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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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

Why We May Never Know How Many Migrants Died Erecting the Qatar World Cup

12/4/2022
Rights groups say that the lack of a precise toll underscores the need for truth and justice.

Duration:00:05:57

Here’s What to Know About Title 42 and What Could Happen If It Ends

12/4/2022
The pandemic-era ban, which began under former President Donald Trump in 2020 and has continued under Biden

Duration:00:05:54

Tiny Blood Clots May Be to Blame for Long COVID Symptoms, Some Researchers Say

12/4/2022
But not all experts are convinced

Duration:00:05:21

Column: A Murder in the Amazon Reveals What the Fight Over the Rainforest Is All About

12/4/2022
The murder of an Indigenous man in the Amazon shows how the struggle to save the rainforest in Brazil can turn deadly

Duration:00:08:46

Why the FBI Is Concerned About TikTok

12/4/2022
The popular video-sharing app, owned by the Chinese technology company ByteDance, boasted more than 1 billion active global last year

Duration:00:02:48

Column: Diversity Initiatives Are Failing the U.S. Muslim Community

12/3/2022
Crisis diversity initiatives are faulty solutions to combat and understand the gravity of Islamophobia, writes Evelyn Alsultany.

Duration:00:07:29

As Xi Cracks Down on China’s Protesters, Demonstrators Around the World Show Solidarity

12/3/2022
As dissent is quashed on the mainland, these largely diaspora-led shows of support may lose steam.

Duration:00:05:11

Column: I Spent 25 Years in Prison for Marijuana Charges. Biden’s Pardon Is Not Enough

12/3/2022
While Biden's marijuana pardon is a start, true justice requires a push for prison reform, writes Michael Thompson.

Duration:00:06:56

How to Spend Your FSA and HSA Accounts—and What to Do Before the End of 2022

12/3/2022
To get the most out of these plans, it’s important to understand how they work—especially since many FSAs are about to expire.

Duration:00:06:16

Here’s Everything New on Netflix in December 2022

12/3/2022
Including 'Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio' and the third season of 'Emily in Paris'

Duration:00:07:27

ICYMI: How the University of California Strike Could Reshape Higher Education, and more

12/3/2022
How the University of California Strike Could Reshape Higher Education; Republican Skepticism of Trump Has Never Been Higher; Chinese and Russian Warplanes Patrol the Pacific in a Show of Strengthening Military Ties; The World Cup Is a Rare Moment of Solidarity for Arab Nations.

Duration:00:26:44

Macron Uses White House Visit to Voice Frustration With Two U.S. Laws

12/2/2022
The French President warned during a White House visit that the measures could “fragment the West." Biden said he would consider "tweaks."

Duration:00:07:32

U.S., Japan, and South Korea Impose Sanctions to Punish North Korea for Missile Tests

12/2/2022
The allies are grappling for new ways to ramp up pressure against North Korea for an unprecedented series of missile tests.

Duration:00:03:52

Elon Musk Suspends Ye From Twitter After Offensive Image Post

12/2/2022
Kanye West, who goes by Ye, tweeted an image combining the Star of David with a swastika, which got removed by the social media service.

Duration:00:01:57

Column: Putin Must Not Win, But Zelensky Must Not Win Too Much

12/2/2022
Joe Biden is nudging Kyiv toward a compromise with Moscow, which serves neither Western nor Ukrainian interests at this point.

Duration:00:08:24

Pantone's 2023 Color of the Year Is an 'Unconventional Shade for an Unconventional Time'

12/2/2022
Viva Magenta is the 2023 Color of the Year

Duration:00:03:31

Kari Lake Preparing to File Election Lawsuit Next Week to Combat Loss

12/1/2022
Lake intends to ask the Maricopa County Superior Court to nullify the county's election and hold it over again, sources tell TIME.

Duration:00:09:54

Chinese and Russian Warplanes Patrol the Pacific in a Show of Strengthening Military Ties

12/1/2022
While Beijing and Moscow share aspirations to push the U.S. from its hegemonic role over world affairs, a formal alliance between the two nations will prove challenging to sustain.

Duration:00:06:06

The Oath Keepers’ Leader Was Just Convicted. The Far Right Will Keep Thriving

12/1/2022
The conviction on rare seditious conspiracy charges won't dampen an anti-government movement that has moved on from the Oath Keepers

Duration:00:06:34

The World Cup Is a Rare Moment of Solidarity for Arab Nations

12/1/2022
The World Cup has been a PR nightmare for Qatar. But Arabs can still cheer on surprise wins and acts of diplomacy.

Duration:00:07:08