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DoubleX Gabfest: Will Porn Be Banned in the Matriarchy Edition

2/22/2018
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This week, Hanna, June and Noreen discuss the latest White House abuse scandal, what teenagers are learning from online porn, and Lena Dunham's decision to write about having a hysterectomy.

Duration:01:01:47

Gist: The World Is Coming Up Roses

2/21/2018
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On The Gist, Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek will be moderating a gubernatorial debate in Pennsylvania. Mike says no thanks. In the interview, Gregg Easterbrook is ever the optimist. Despite what your push alerts and Facebook news feed are telling you, the world is steadily getting safer, wealthier, and less afflicted by war and disease. Easterbrook is the author of It's Better Than It Looks: Reasons for Optimism in an Age of Fear. In the Spiel, gun control advocates shouldn’t compromise.

Duration:00:32:30

Whistlestop: Retiring for Peace

2/21/2018
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When President Johnson delivered his State of the Union speech on January 17, 1968 he surprised those closest to him when he didn’t step down. Whistlestop is Slate’s podcast about presidential campaign history. Hosted by our political correspondent and Political Gabfest panelist John Dickerson, each installment will revisit a memorable (or even a forgotten) moment from America's quadrennial carnival. Podcast production and edit by Jocelyn Frank. Research by Brian Rosenwald. Love Slate...

Duration:00:40:08

If Then: How Russian Trolls Went Local

2/21/2018
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On this week’s If Then, Slate’s April Glaser and Will Oremus dig into special prosecutor Robert Mueller’s recent indictment of 13 Russian nationals and 3 Russian companies for their role in tampering with the 2016 election. Jonathan Albright from the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia join the hosts to talk about his take on the indictments, and the research he’s conducted that show how the big social media companies were manipulated by Russian trolls from the Internet Research...

Duration:00:36:02

Culture Gabfest: Redneck Margarita Edition

2/21/2018
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Stephen Metcalf, Dana Stevens, and Willa Paskin discuss Black Panther with Carvell Wallace, the return of Queer Eye with Bryan J. Lowder, and the state of the New York Times op-ed page.

Duration:01:03:28

Gist: Free Money City

2/20/2018
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On The Gist, Team USA’s low medal count would be a bummer if these Winter Olympics weren’t so goofy. In the interview, Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs didn’t campaign on universal basic income, but he’s bringing it to his city. Later this year, some residents will start getting $500 a month. In the Spiel, conservative commentators have it plain wrong when it comes to gun control.

Duration:00:29:29

Today From Slate: Trolls Gonna Troll

2/20/2018
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Mary Wilson with today's roundup: Russian bots react to the Mueller indictment, an insider's account of Russia's troll farm, and a refresher course on the White Horse Prophecy.

Duration:00:02:43

The Trickless Hungarian Edition

2/20/2018
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Josh Levin is joined by Slate’s Justin Peters and the Wall Street Journal’s Ben Cohen to talk about Elizabeth Swaney, Ester Ledecka, Nathan Chen, and more from the Olympics. PhillyVoice’s Kyle Neubeck also joins to discuss what’s wrong with Markelle Fultz. Winter Olympics (:59): Josh, Ben Cohen, and Justin Peters talk about the United States’ relatively tiny medal count in Pyeongchang and Norway’s enormous haul. They also discuss Nathan Chen’s “quad-ification” of figure skating and the...

Duration:01:04:00

Dear Prudence: The “Relentlessly Friendly Neighbor” Edition

2/20/2018
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Prudence is joined by Jolie Kerr, a cleaning expert, advice columnist and host of the podcast, Ask a Clean Person. We begin with a concerned letter-writer whose sister is involved with a reckless and dangerous partner on how she can remain supportive while advocate for her sister’s well being. Next, this reader just frankly doesn’t want to be friends with her eager neighbor but they’ve picked up on none of the “I don’t want to be friends” hints. And lastly, a husband of 35 years is feeling...

Duration:00:49:12

Lexicon: The Inner Workings of Out

2/20/2018
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John McWhorter on the rich complexities of a humble preposition. Join Slate Plus! Members get bonus segments, exclusive member-only podcasts, and more. Sign up for a free trial today at www.slate.com/podcastsplus. Twitter: @lexiconvalley Facebook: facebook.com/LexiconValley Email: lexiconvalley@slate.com

Duration:00:32:20

Sponsored Content: Life Effects - Depression.com

2/20/2018
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The rise of technology has had a profound impact on modern Depression management, but it’s also created some serious problem areas. In Episode 4 of Life Effects, guest Kirsten Schultz shares her experiences with Depression in digital era, from apps to social media, and discusses how to find the benefits of technology.

Duration:00:23:54

Today from Slate: Three Acts on Silence

2/19/2018
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Jayson De Leon has three things and a take to kick off your week – from Trump's Twitter rage over the indictments to the NBA's All Star Weekend.

Duration:00:06:38

Working Animals: How Does a Guide Dog Work?

2/18/2018
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Jacob Brogan sits down with Albert Elia and his guide dog Cheech as part of our continuing series on animals with jobs. they discuss how dogs like Cheech learn to become guide dogs, what their day-to-day responsibilities are, and the special relationships guide dogs have to their human companions.

Duration:00:53:28

Represent: Wakanda Forever

2/17/2018
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Aisha Harris is joined by producer Veralyn WIlliams and chief political correspondent Jamelle Bouie for a spoiler-filled review of Black Panther. They discuss the politics of Wakanda vs. black America, what makes the movie’s fight scenes so compelling, and much more. For links on what we discuss check out our show page. Tell a friend to subscribe! Share this link: megaphone.link/represent Email: represent@slate.com Facebook: Slate Represent Twitter: @SlateRepresent,...

Duration:00:53:17

Slate Money: The Fertile Nigerian Blockchain Edition

2/17/2018
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Cryptocurrencies, fertility, and Nigerian corruption on this week's Slate Money with Felix Salmon, Anna Szymanski, and Erin Griffith. Production by Daniel Schroeder

Duration:01:04:46

Amicus: A Preview of a Union-Busting Case, and RBG’s Greatest Hits Tour

2/17/2018
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In this week’s episode, Professor Leah Litman joins Dahlia Lithwick to tune into Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s comments on #MeToo and due process. And for a full background check on the sexy-sounding Janus v. AFSCME case, which potentially poses an existential threat to public sector unions, Dahlia is joined by Professor Catherine Fisk of the U.C. Berkeley School of Law, who wrote about the case for SCOTUSblog. Please let us know what you think of Amicus. Join the discussion of this...

Duration:01:01:28

Trumpcast: Project Lakhta and Russia's Plan to Screw With America

2/16/2018
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Jacob Weisberg talks to Just Security's Kate Brannen about the most recent round of Mueller indictments.

Duration:00:17:53

Gist: Ban the AR-15

2/16/2018
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On The Gist, the market for “how to survive a shooting spree” videos shows how far we’ve strayed in dealing with gun violence. Interracial marriage on a national level has only been legal for 50 years, after the landmark Supreme Court decision Loving v. Virginia. Anna Holmes and Lacey Schwartz are two of the minds behind The Loving Generation, a video series by Topic.com on identity and dynamics within multiracial families. In the Spiel, it’s a no-brainer: Ban civilian ownership of the...

Duration:00:27:11

Today from Slate: Steak and Mashed Potatoes With a Side of Indictments

2/16/2018
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Jayson De Leon has a few of the latest stories heading into the weekend including Ronan Farrow's latest report, more updates on the Florida school shooting, and the indictments released by Robert Mueller.

Duration:00:05:54

I Have to Ask: Steven Pinker

2/16/2018
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Steven Pinker is the author of the new book Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress. He sits down with Isaac Chotiner to discuss why he thinks life is improving despite the worldwide rise of demagogues, what Trump tells us about America’s relationship to Enlightenment ideals, and whether global warming and nuclear weapons should call into question our notion of progress. Email: ask@slate.comTwitter: @IHaveToAskPod Podcast production by Max Jacobs.

Duration:00:31:14

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