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Matt Taibbi is a journalist and author. He has reported on politics, media, finance, and sports, and has authored several books including his latest “Hate, Inc.: Why Today’s Media Makes Us Despise One Another” is available now & look for his podcast “Useful Idiots” is available at RollingStone.com https://www.amazon.com/Hate-Inc-Todays-Despise-Another/dp/1949017257
After being appointed as The Head of Formula One games, Brett knew Lee would have plenty to chat about in the world of gaming, from building games and what goes into it to the first time he picked up a controller. @Gamebyte
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Karen and Georgia cover the origin of ‘Stockholm Syndrome’ and Mack Ray Edwards.
Reports from the frontlines of the Trump administration’s “Remain in Mexico” asylum policy. We hear from asylum seekers waiting across the border in Mexico, in a makeshift refugee camp, and from the officers who sent them there to wait in the first place.
Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones, Me Before You, Terminator Genisys) is an English actress. She sits down with the Armchair Expert to talk about her Hogwarts-esque boarding school, learning Dothraki and her experience having two brain hemorrhages. Dax describes his love of male physiques and Emilia appreciates a Boston accent. The two discuss round features, struggling with imposter syndrome and Emilia weighs in on the difference between British and American sexual escalation.
Ian Urquhart was eager to impress his girlfriend Abina Madill, and wanted to be on time to pick her up before the concert ended at 11:20 pm…
Comedian, television host, writer and producer Ellen DeGeneres feels honored to be Conan o Brien’s friend.Ellen and Conan sit down to talk about wearing gold jackets in the 80s, Ellen’s return to stand-up after 15 years with her special Relatable, the pressures of maintaining a talk show persona, and the importance of not taking things so seriously. Plus, Conan contemplates his own name while dropping others in response to a listener’s email.
It was one of the most valuable start-ups in the United States, with bold plans to revolutionize how and where people worked around the world. Today, we look at how the dream of WeWork crumbled — and explore the story of the man responsible for the wreckage.Guest: Amy Chozick, a writer at large for The New York Times covering the personalities and power struggles in business, politics and media.For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Background reading:Adam Neumann had an inexplicably persuasive charisma and a taste for risk. Then he found a kindred spirit with an open checkbook.WeWork is preparing to eliminate at least 4,000 employees, cutting nearly a third of its work force in an effort to staunch further financial losses.
EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland – the only first-hand witness to President Trump’s thought process on Ukraine – finally speaks! Plus, Democrats prep for a debate battle royale.Date: 11-20-2019