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Five police officers are charged in the death of Tyre Nichols, Republicans disagree on what it means to be conservative, U.S. officials weigh how to oversee risky virus research.
What new federal data may reveal about consumer confidence and the U.S. economy, Meta lets Donald Trump back on Facebook, social media companies face pressure to crack down on online fentanyl sales.
A U.S. official says the Biden administration is "leaning towards" sending Abrams tanks to Ukraine, Tesla reports earnings amid turmoil, the U.S. attempts to strengthen ties in Africa.
Seven are dead and one is injured after California's second mass shooting in three days, U.S. senators hold a hearing on ticketing giant Ticketmaster, nominees for the 2023 Oscars are announced.
Monday, January 23, 2023

Monday, January 23, 2023

2023-01-2332:307

The latest on the deadly shooting in Monterey Park, President Biden's lawyers uncover more classified material at his Delaware home, and the FDA considers changing how COVID vaccines are administered.
Every year, thousands of migrants arrive at the northern end of the African continent. Many have traveled for years, through jungle, farmland and the vast Sahara desert, hoping to cross into Europe, where they believe a better future awaits.Last week on Up First Sunday, we told the story of Senegalese migrants embarking on the dangerous journey to Europe by sea. This week, we consider a different kind of crossing. In North Africa, Spain controls two small cities: Ceuta and Melilla. If migrants can scale the heavily fortified border fences surrounding these enclave cities, they will officially be on European soil. We check in with Ari Shapiro, the co-host of NPR's All Things Considered, as he explores the realities facing migrants just outside of the walled city of Melilla–in Nador, Morocco.This is the second episode from our series following the connections between climate change, migration and rising political extremism. Chapter 3 publishes next Sunday.
Protesters continue to take to the streets in Peru demanding that the President step down and for new elections. The U.S. will send a large package of weapons to Ukraine, but not the tanks Ukraine wants so badly. Coffee pods may not be as great for the environment as the latest buzz suggests.
Friday, January 20, 2023

Friday, January 20, 2023

2023-01-2019:503

Ukraine's Western allies consider whether to send battle tanks to the country, what's next for the March for Life after Dobbs, China celebrates the Lunar New Year amid relaxed COVID rules.
A high stakes debt ceiling fight looms on Capitol Hill, the tech industry turns to layoffs as it faces a sharp downturn, the dos and don'ts of handling classified documents,
Shootings in New Mexico targeted Democratic officials, a new study provides insights into viral "co-infections" among children, and data show that most Paycheck Protection Program loans were forgiven.
An update from Dnipro, Ukraine, where a Russian missile strike killed dozens of civilians. Tesla CEO Elon Musk goes on trial for his tweets. The U.S. seeks to cut off China from Dutch semiconductors.
Monday, January 16, 2023

Monday, January 16, 2023

2023-01-1625:242

More discovered classified documents becoming a headache for Biden. The rain is ending in California, but assessing damage is just beginning. How much activity overcomes a day of sitting at your desk?
Saint-Louis is the former colonial capital of Senegal, and it is filled with ornate 19th century villas. It is also the city that the U.N. has called the "most threatened by sea level rise in the whole of Africa." As the ocean gradually swallows historic fishing villages, the fishermen of Saint Louis are leaving on the boats they once used to bring in the catch. The destination? Europe. Where they hope to earn money to send home to their families.This past fall, NPR's All Things Considered co-host Ari Shapiro and a team of producers embarked on a journey to understand the connections between climate change, global migration, and far-right extremism. Along the way, they checked in with Up First Sunday host Rachel Martin to share stories they heard from the people they met.This is the first episode of a multi-part series focused on Ari's reporting. Part 2 publishes next Sunday.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says the U.S. debt limit will be reached next week but she will take "extraordinary measures" to stave off default. An investigation into why classified documents landed in President Biden's home and private office may complicate his relationship with the Justice Department. Parts of Alabama turn to recovery after damage caused by severe weather.
Friday, January 13, 2023

Friday, January 13, 2023

2023-01-1327:105

Special Counsel Robert Hur to investigate Biden's potential mishandling of classified documents, the West sends more weapons to Ukraine, a new law could help governments prepare for extreme weather.
New York Republicans call for U.S. Rep. George Santos to resign, the U.S. aviation sector recovers after another challenging travel day, and Wall Street giant Goldman Sachs announces layoffs.
Analyzing media coverage of President Biden's classified documents predicament, California prepares for more storms, Russian mercenaries declare a rare victory in Ukraine.
Torrential rains prompt evacuations in California, the Biden administration's new student loan repayment plan faces a big challenge, and a 6-year-old boy is accused of shooting his teacher.
Monday, January 9, 2023

Monday, January 9, 2023

2023-01-0922:035

Brazil's president returns to Brasilia following Sunday's attack on government buildings. President Biden meets with other North American leaders in Mexico City. The U.S. House returns to business.
Climate change is upending life in some of the world's poorest countries. In Somalia, the last five rainy seasons have been practically rain-free. NPR reporter Jason Beaubien shares stories of the Somalians he spoke to when he visited the country, where people are managing a drought, hunger and conflict all at once.
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WildWolf

Just a waste of time listening to this mess.

Jan 13th
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An interested party

why on earth would the Republicans want to keep someone who is a bald-faced liar? It makes the party look weak and that they don't care about integrity, only power. how can that be a service to the people?

Jan 12th
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WildWolf

Before you throw in a phrase like conservative agenda be aware they have no agenda except to break stuff.

Jan 7th
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Elliot Daly

ive been following for somewhere around ten years now, every episode, the singing at the end of this was on point. very awesome.

Dec 31st
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Upstate SC listener

Waste of tax payers money if you not going to really prosecute. He was willing to have a wife kid and people beat up and was cheating insurance companies

Dec 29th
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WildWolf

Yes please more war propaganda.

Dec 21st
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squogg

I had listened to the All Things Considered episode on this topic, but listened to the reporting again because 1) Rachel Martin is an excellent interviewer and asks really good questions, and 2) it bolsters my anti-execution stance given the impact it has on so many other lives.

Dec 11th
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Torrance Damgaard

Fuck this episode. They don't have to do it if they don't want to. Executions have no place in modern society and if you take part in it (when you willingly don't have to) you're a murderer. They deserve all the guilt and shame and bad mental health. They made their decision and they didn't have to do it. Why dont the people being executed deserve this type of respect? The people doing the executing are criminals plain and simple.

Dec 11th
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WildWolf

Keep pushing the war as is your job.

Dec 10th
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squogg

Oh Steve, you're a gem! Thanks for getting ABBA stuck in my head at 6am 😆

Dec 6th
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helen yakul

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Dec 6th
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mari arana

What a beautiful episode.

Dec 1st
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squogg

This was beautiful. I wholeheartedly agree with Rob that I can relax and be at ease the most when around someone else that has experienced traumatic grief. Thank you for continuing these Sunday episodes - they're a treasure.

Nov 27th
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An interested party

why is everyone so afraid of Trump? isn't that how dictators are formed? He's just a man! just a man! He's only as powerful as people allow him to be. correct?

Nov 16th
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Douglas Van Aartsen

Same, message will not play

Nov 11th
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Elizabeth McKinney

this episode will not play- I keep getting an error message

Nov 11th
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An interested party

so let's see. Trump tells Republicans not to trust mail in voting but I believe that's how he voted, isn't it? is he going to vote that way again this year via mail? is he going to actually go to a voting station to vote?

Nov 5th
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Stephen Thrush

this is SO good. listen and absorb and live.

Nov 2nd
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WildWolf

Bono lol

Oct 30th
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An interested party

No, Trump did not physically assault Mr. Pelosi, but the lies & hatred he preaches to crowds with some unstable people IS! Is he really hoping to control the Republicans & the White House thru fear? Is he really going to let someone be killed? Is that power what he's after? He could stop all of this violence!!! H could tell his followers to stop the violence at his rallies. No one wants to be ruled by fear! That is not free choice! That is not freedom!

Oct 29th
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