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Mark Normand is a stand-up comedian and actor. Check out his podcast “Tuesdays with Stories!” with co-host Joe List available on Castbox.
When Chinese graduate student Yingying Zhang agreed to spend a year in America, she did so by looking forward to the opportunities it would present for her future. However, in June of 2017, 26-year-old Yingying would go missing while on her way to an appointment. Over the next several weeks, a dark saga would begin to play out as police began figuring out what had happened to her…Sources for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit https://crimejunkiepodcast.com/murdered-yingying-zhang/
Two people, sitting down over a beer, hashing out their differences and understanding where the other guy is coming from. Hard to imagine these days, right? It’s so rare right now that someone is curious enough to actually see the other person’s point of view. This week on the show, beer summits. Including going behind the scenes of the most famous one ever.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi has begun a formal impeachment investigation of President Trump, saying he “must be held accountable.” We spoke to our colleague who was at the announcement and to one of the lawmakers who helped convince Ms. Pelosi that it was time. Guests: Nicholas Fandos, who covers Congress for The New York Times, and Representative Mikie Sherrill, Democrat of New Jersey. For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Background reading: Though the outcome is uncertain, the inquiry raises the possibility that Mr. Trump could become only the fourth president in American history to face impeachment.After months of caution from House Democrats, why is this happening now? “They believe the new accusations against Mr. Trump are simple and serious enough to be grasped,” our colleague Carl Hulse writes in a news analysis.Here’s how the impeachment process works.
Karen and Georgia cover the alleged real life story of The Orphan and the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire.
Democrats push for impeachment as Trump denies he asked for dirt, Trump heads to the UN to confront Iran, and climate change passions run high while solutions run low.
The curtain rises, and the machine is exposed. The Pine Guard stands in judgment of judgment itself. Two doors — two choices — illuminate the darkness. The final episode of The Adventure Zone: Amnesty.
The President admits to using the powers of his office to target Joe Biden and his son by pressuring the Ukrainian government to fabricate a scandal, and the Des Moines Register poll shows Elizabeth Warren leading the Democratic field for the first time. Then former UN Ambassador Samantha Power talks to Jon F. and Tommy about her life as a journalist, activist, and public servant.
The Mommies are starting things off with an interesting way for a man to make $20. How much money would it take you to complete this “task?” Tom and Christina also wonder who is purchasing adult movies in hotel rooms? They recall the times they’ve made such purchases. Christina has developed a fascination of Josh Potter’s ability to get laid and inquires about that. Plus, Cool Guy Tony makes his triumphant return from Jail. Big Jay Oakerson is a stand-up comic who you can hear on one of his many podcasts, including The SDR Show, Legion of Skanks and on SiriusXM’s The Bonfire. Jay also recently acted in a film with Jennifer Lopez called “Hustlers.” Jay and Tom talk about meeting during the Oddball tour, and what went wrong with it. The topic of NYC’s new found “woke-ness” is brought up as Jay had an incident at The Comedy Cellar. Big Jay and Dan Soder often watch clips on their show The Bonfire, including Good Morning Julia, so the Mommies get his insight into it and let him in on what they’ve found. Big Jay and Dan also reviewed Charro’s video, so we relive that with him as well. Robert Paul Champagne is brought to Jay’s attention and Jay recounts a story from back in the day when Josh Potter was driving him around for a weekend. Big Jay also tells The Mommies about Skankfest and the Louis CK appearance, and the murder of his manager and owner of The Stand Comedy Club in NYC, Dave Kimowitz.
Ben ‘n’ Henry break down this week’s true crime news: a 22-year-old woman poses as a Ukrainian child, an Ed Buck update, and MORE.