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Malcolm Gladwell is a journalist, author, and public speaker. He is the host of the popular podcast “Revisionist History” and his new book “Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know about the People We Don’t Know” is available now.
You’ll know The English Simmer for all her Sims YouTubing glory so of course, Brett takes a trip back down memory lane to reminisce on playing The Sims. @Gamebyte
When Navy sailor Kyle Antonacci was found dead in his barracks in 2010, investigators quickly ruled it a suicide. However, discrepancies pop up right away and his family is left with one critical question: did Kyle really die by suicide, or was it something more sinister?
Stories about being little. Secret writings in tiny letters. The power of a very small number. And a medication that’s supposed to cure shortness.
Actor Paul Rudd feels excited about Conan O’Brien’s friend.Paul and Conan sit down to talk about Paul’s long-running “Mac and Me” gag on Conan, the urge to go out of bounds, showbiz muscle memory, and learning how to bartend.
Karen and Georgia cover the Gray Widow Murderers and the Burger Chef Murders.
The House of Representatives opened historic impeachment hearings on Wednesday, with William B. Taylor Jr. and George P. Kent, senior career civil servants, caught in the crossfire. Democrats underscored the constitutional import of the proceedings, while Republicans branded the whole investigation into President Trump’s dealings with Ukraine a sham. Mr. Taylor and Mr. Kent — carefully, if cinematically — detailed the emergence of a shadow foreign policy, one which had the capacity to determine the fate of an ally in the face of Russian aggression. We discuss what this phase of the impeachment inquiry could mean for the president — and for the 2020 election.Guest: Michael S. Schmidt, who covers national security and federal investigations for The New York Times. For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Background reading: Mr. Taylor said that, in a call with Gordon D. Sondland, the American ambassador to the European Union, President Trump had made clear he cared “more about the investigations of Biden” than Ukraine’s security.Here are key moments from the first public impeachment hearing.
Duh duh duh duh. Duh duh. Duh duh. IMPEACHMENT TIME.Date: 11-13-2019
Democrats and Republicans telegraph their strategies for the first public impeachment hearings, and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg prepares to enter the Democratic primary. Then veterans’ advocate Paul Rieckhoff talks to Tommy about veterans policy and how America treats those who serve.
Class is in session. The gang enjoys a nice breakfast. Argo takes the blame while the Firbolg struggles to keep it together. A friendly game goes off the rails. Fitzroy makes a new friend, literally. Welcome back! Hope you enjoy TAZ:Graduation Episode 2!