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Begun in 1988, Financial Sense(R) Newshour is a financial market broadcast hosted by money manager James J Puplava, CFP, on the week's market action, interviews with financial experts, and Jim's personal perspective on the markets/economy.
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Jun 21, 2024 – Economic data in the US is now consistently falling short of expectations, with slowing consumer spending and rising state-level unemployment signaling trouble. Jim Welsh of Macro Tides, who dismissed recession...Oleh fswebmaster@financialsense.com (Financial Sense)
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Also on the programme, The US state of Hawaii has agreed to take action to decarbonize its transport by 2045 after a lawsuit was brought by thirteen young people – we hear from one of their representatives, and four members of the Hindujas, known as Britain’s wealthiest family, have been handed jail sentences for exploiting servants in their villa …
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Jesse Hagopian is a high school teacher in Seattle, a union organizer, co-author of several books, and a powerful force in pushing back against the "over-testing" of students. Jesse’s writing has appeared in publications like The Seattle Times, The Nation, The Progressive, and his commentary on education and politics has been featured in Time magaz…
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Jun 21, 2024 – Economic data in the US is now consistently falling short of expectations, with slowing consumer spending and rising state-level unemployment signaling trouble. Jim Welsh of Macro Tides, who dismissed recession...Oleh fswebmaster@financialsense.com (Financial Sense)
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The UN says more than a million people are at risk. Meanwhile a US-built pier designed to facilitate aid deliveries into the Gaza Strip was re-anchored on Wednesday. In recent weeks, strong winds and heavy seas had struck the $300m structure. So how much aid has got in via the pier?Also on the programme: we visit the hometown of French president Em…
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Jun 20, 2024 – This year has witnessed an unusually high number of consequential elections across the globe, with more set to take place in the coming months. Today, we will discuss a common thread emerging from many...Oleh fswebmaster@financialsense.com (Financial Sense)
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Jun 20, 2024 – This year has witnessed an unusually high number of consequential elections across the globe, with more set to take place in the coming months. Today, we will discuss a common thread emerging from many...Oleh fswebmaster@financialsense.com (Financial Sense)
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Whether you're on vacation at the beach or find yourself with a little more time for reading, summer is always a good time to pick up a new book. Jeffrey Brown has recommendations from two News Hour regulars for our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS News is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders Episode: https://www.pbs.org/ne…
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It is now more than a year since civil war erupted in Sudan following a power struggle between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces. 14 months on, the figures show that over 6 million people have been displaced within the country, with at least one and half million people fleeing across Sudan's borders. The UN High Co…
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A group of scientists from an organisation called the World Weather Attribution group have said that recent heatwaves in North America and Europe were made 35 times more likely because of global warming. There have been heatwaves in parts of southeast Asia, in Greece and Turkey. Also hundreds of people have died in Saudi Arabia, where 1.8 million a…
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In episode 1695, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian behind the comedy special Live From the Big Dog, Blair Socci, to discuss… Biden: 1 For Them 1 For You, America Is In Desperate Need Of More Immigrants, Cheating Husband Wants To Sue Apple Because His iPhone Had Receipts On It and more! Biden: 1 For Them 1 For You America Is In Desperate Need Of…
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Tens of millions of Americans are baking in a dangerous heat wave. The powerful heat dome is forecast to keep temperatures well above normal across much of the country through the weekend. Across the globe, hundreds died in Saudi Arabia where temperatures reached 125 degrees Fahrenheit in Mecca. Geoff Bennett discussed more with Jeff Goodell, autho…
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Russia and North Korea have taken a step toward improving relations. Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-Un pledged to help each other's defense and security and to fight off sanctions. Stephanie Sy discussed more with Robert Gallucci. He was the State Department's lead negotiator with North Korea in 1994 when the North agreed to freeze its nuclear program…
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The lead author of a UN-backed investigation tells us both Hamas and Israel are responsible for war crimes and crimes against humanity. But Navi Pillay says neither side cooperated with the report. So how valuable can it be? Also on the programme: Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un have signed a strategic partnership treaty - we ask what Russia and Nor…
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INTRO (00:00): Kathleen opens the show by drinking a Pier to Pier Pale Ale from Hermosa Beach Brewing Company. She talks about her weekend in Los Angeles attending her friend Ellie’s Bat Mitzvah, and flying to the Ozarks to spend Father’s Day with her family. COURT NEWS (27:40): Kathleen shares news that Jelly Roll offered to pay a fan’s colle…
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Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un have hailed closer relations between Russia and North Korea on a day of choreographed events in Pyongyang. The two leaders stood beneath huge portraits of themselves as they watched a military parade. Mr Kim said he unconditionally supported Russia's military action in Ukraine. Also in the programme: The displaced Gaz…
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On September 29, 1982, the greater Chicago area, experienced a string of deaths, all linked to one single product; Tylenol. Investigators' immediate action, no doubt, saved more lives, but how could this have happened to seven innocent people in the first place? Instagram: @CousinsonCrimePodcast Email: CousinsonCrime@gmail.com Theme Music by AleXZa…
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In this episode on Certificates of Deposit (CDs) as investments, we talk about the nuanced decision-making involved in purchasing CDs and whether or not CDs are good investments, particularly in a rising interest rate environment, and we explain why interest rates are the only factor you need to consider. Wealth creation isn't solely dependent on C…
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A musical slugfest with an unlikely lineup that includes grunge, spectral folk, some oh-so-English poets, punk, classic rock, Greg Kinnear, and the Carnatic-tinged blues? In Episode Three of Day Is Night Diaries, we, Doug Carraway and Akhila Ramnarayan of Starcracker, delve into the creative process for “Stuck Record,” the tenth and last track on o…
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Tuesday on the News Hour, President Biden announces an executive action protecting undocumented spouses and the children of U.S. citizens. The outgoing CEO of Boeing is grilled by Congress over the company's workplace culture and safety record. Plus, Dr. Anthony Fauci discusses his new memoir chronicling a six-decade career in public health. PBS Ne…
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President Biden unveiled an executive action that offers protections to undocumented spouses and children of U.S. citizens. At a White House event marking the 12th anniversary of DACA, the Obama-era action that protects young undocumented immigrants, Biden laid out his plans. It comes after the president implemented a crackdown on migrants seeking …
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In our news wrap Tuesday, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu claims he was told that U.S. is seeking to lift its restrictions on arms deliveries, NATO's secretary-general is concerned over growing military ties between Russia and North Korea, Muslims are wrapping up the Hajj pilgrimage marked this year by deadly heat and Donald Trump will remain unde…
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The U.S. said famine has likely descended in Sudan and warned attacks in the capital of the North Darfur region must stop. El Fasher was home to more than 800,000 internally displaced before it came under siege by rebel paramilitaries. The city has become a symbol of the country's suffering. Nick Schifrin discussed the crisis with Dr. Yasir Elamin …
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The race for the White House remains in a dead heat with just months to go before Election Day. Lisa Desjardins breaks down the numbers from our latest PBS News/NPR/Marist poll. PBS News is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders Episode: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/poll-shows-presidential-race-in-dead-heat-and-most-people-u…
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President Joe Biden announces a new policy that would protect hundreds of thousands of undocumented spouses of US citizens from deportation, according to administration officials. Also in the programme: Kenyan’s government scraps a financial bill amid violent protests; and a citizens group has decided how the fortune of an Austro-German heiress wil…
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Mr Putin is expected to arrive in the capital to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un – but what do both countries want? Russian President Vladimir Putin has praised North Korea for "firmly supporting" Moscow's war in Ukraine. This is his first visit to Pyongyang in 24 years. In eight days, the US journalist Evan Gershkovich will stand trial on esp…
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In this episode, David and Delnaz speak with NENPA Award-Winning Journalist, Ella Niederhelman about the importance of supporting local news outlets and providing Gen-Z representation in the media in order to expand the reach of unbiased and reliable news. The group also discusses the implications of using social media as a source for news and the …
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Stress shrinks your brain. Neuroscientist Lisa Genova explains how to strengthen it.Up next, How to double your brain power | Tiago ForteIt may not feel like it when you can't find your phone or "lose" your sunglasses sitting atop your head, but your memory is an amazing ability -- and one we want to protect. So it's little wonder that any blips or…
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Monday on the News Hour, more from our exclusive interview with National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan as he talks with Nick Schifrin about wars in Gaza and Ukraine. The U.S. surgeon general calls for warning labels on social media amid a teen mental health crisis in America. Plus, a look at the different impacts new weight loss drugs could have o…
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