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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

Warnock Beats Walker in Georgia Runoff, a Win That Matters for Democrats Now and in 2024

12/7/2022
Warnock's victory over Walker expands Democrats’ Senate majority, and could help the party hold the Senate in two years when they face a tough election map.

Duration:00:05:37

Trump Organization Convicted in Executive Tax Dodge Scheme

12/7/2022
Donald Trump’s company was convicted of tax fraud on Tuesday in a case brought by the Manhattan District Attorney.

Duration:00:04:50

Why Lady Chatterley’s Lover Was Censored For Decades—And How It Finally Reached the Masses

12/7/2022
The novel, a new adaptation of which is now on Netflix, was originally published in the late 1920s but did not reach mass audiences until closer to 1960

Duration:00:07:38

Column: What the Protests Tell Us About China's Future

12/6/2022
China has seen the largest protests in years in response to COVID-19 lockdowns. What do they reveal about China today?

Duration:00:08:53

A Volatile U.S. Political Landscape Is Spurring NATO to Invest More in Europe’s Defenses

12/6/2022
Some in Europe are pushing for the U.S. to bolster NATO as much as possible now, in case an isolationist like Trump becomes President again in 2024.

Duration:00:06:34

Despite World Cup Heartbreak, the Future Looks Bright for Men’s Soccer in the U.S.

12/6/2022
The young team's talent could permanently shift the needle regarding the popularity of men's soccer at home.

Duration:00:07:22

Kirstie Alley, Emmy-Winning Actress, Dies at 71

12/6/2022
Kirstie Alley won an Emmy for her role on “Cheers” and starred in films including “Look Who's Talking.”

Duration:00:04:15

Why ‘Union Joe’ Chose to Make it Illegal for Rail Workers to Strike

12/5/2022
After campaigning as the most pro-union candidate ever, Biden decided the economy was a bigger priority than rail workers' bargaining power

Duration:00:04:28

Iran Suspends Morality Police That Sparked Massive Protests: Official

12/5/2022
The police unit has for years stalked major intersections arresting those that violated Iran's strict religious dress codes

Duration:00:03:55

Top Republicans Are Attacking Hakeem Jeffries as an ‘Election Denier.’ Here’s Why That Label Is Misleading

12/5/2022
In tweets, news interviews, and House hearings, Jeffries called to question the legitimacy of Trump's 2016 election. But calling him an 'election denier' conflates different issues.

Duration:00:04:48

The Knock-On Climate Impacts of China’s Zero-COVID Policy

12/5/2022
China’s zero-COVID policy—and the subsequent outrage—have a wide range of implications, including for climate change

Duration:00:03:41

The Romans Destroyed Their Republic in Partisan Warfare. We Might Too

12/5/2022
In the Republic’s last decades, the Romans faced challenges that resonate today.

Duration:00:05:37

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