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After a sexual assault case in the District of Columbia, one woman’s public warning ricochets all the way to Birmingham, Ala., where another woman gives voice to a devastating allegation. This seven-part investigative series from The Washington Post follows the Alabama woman’s decision to come forward with a claim of sexual assault against a high-ranking figure in the D.C. criminal justice system, and the spiraling effects of that choice. “Canary: The Washington Post Investigates” is about t ...
 
The Washington Wrap brings you all the Washington Football team news and analysis you need, neatly wrapped up in a ten minute package! You can also find us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and everywhere else you get your podcasts! Please subscribe and leave us nice comments and reviews - it makes us feel warm and fuzzy inside.
 
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We've made it through the draft, and free agency has been open for a while. The Washington Football Team roster is taking shape. But Coach Ron Rivera says there's still a few "holes" he wants to fill. Wrapping it up in 10 minutes flat, wour hosts Chad Ryan, Robbie Duncan, and Felix Trammell analyze what those holes might be, and how they might be a…
 
Palestinian militants fired hundreds of rockets into Israel and Israel carried out heavy airstrikes on Gaza. We hear from the Israeli Defence Force and a man being bombed in Gaza City. Also: bodies wash up along India's River Ganges as crematoria struggle to keep up with Covid 19, and the Brit Awards are back in London with a live audience.…
 
Make no mistake, there are a lot of positives in this economy — vaccinations continue, shops and attractions are reopening, consumer spending is strong. The Small Business Optimism Index from the National Federation of Independent Business had a small uptick in April, but it’s still at a pretty depressed level compared to pre-pandemic times. On tod…
 
Today, Berlin is one of the premier destinations for techno music fans. People come from all over the world to party all night to the rhythmic beat of Berlin's club scene. And this music that the city is most famous for developed in large part because of the thing the city is most infamous for: the Berlin wall, which divided the city into east and …
 
The militant group Hamas says it targeted Tel Aviv with a barrage of 130 rockets after an Israeli airstrike brought down an apartment block in Gaza. Air raid sirens sounded in Tel Aviv as Israel's Iron Dome defence system intercepted rockets in the air.Also in the programme: President Putin has ordered a review of gun ownership after a shooting at …
 
Scores of teenage schoolgirls are dead, killed by unknown bombers on Saturday as they were leaving school in Kabul, Afghanistan. The attackers appeared to have targeted girls. More than 80 people were killed and about 150 injured, most of them girls of high school age. Most were from poor families; many weaved carpets in addition to studying to sup…
 
Benjamin Banneker – a free Black man born in 1731 – is best known for a land survey that established the original borders of Washington, D.C. But the naturalist also broke ground in another field: cicada research. Banneker first observed the cicadas at his Maryland home as a teenager in 1740s. He spent the next 50 years documenting their unique lif…
 
A special edition of The Moth Radio Hour dedicated to Mothers. A woman who has never wanted children suddenly questions her choice, a little girl gets angry at her mother and runs away from home, a son struggles at his mother's deathbed, and a man finds a mother's love in unconventional ways. Hosted by The Moth Radio Hour Producer, Jay Allison (wit…
 
MUMBAI, India — Outside an upscale Indian hospital last week, Baljeet Asthana put her phone on selfie mode, propped her eyeglasses on her head so she could stare directly into the camera, and hit record. Through a white polka-dot mask, she described her family's ordeal: Her 82-year-old mother was inside the hospital "struggling for her life," Astha…
 
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has cast a long and influential shadow over Washington and Democratic politics for decades.As the first female Speaker of the House, Pelosi initially took on the establishment; now she is the establishment. Until Donald Trump became president, she'd been privately planning her retirement. USA Today's Susan Page joins us t…
 
Science fiction often portrays artificial intelligence in one of two ways. There’s evil AI — think HAL, the computer in “2001: A Space Odyssey,” who stops obeying orders from the humans so it can kill them. Then there’s good AI like Data in “Star Trek: The Next Generation” who gets lost in wonderment at the human ability to whistle. Martha Wells’ “…
 
In Texas, a group of bills seeks to criminalize transgender health care for young people. One would strip physicians of their license and liability insurance if they performed gender reassignment surgery or prescribed puberty blockers and hormone therapy. Others would charge parents with child abuse if they consented to this kind of care. Sara Will…
 
The Tokyo Olympics are scheduled to open in just a little over two months, but Japan is dealing with a fourth wave of COVID-19. The pandemic forced the cancelation of the Olympics last year. Here & Now‘s Peter O’Dowd speaks with Washington Post sports columnist Sally Jenkins, who says Japan should take the same step this year. This article was orig…
 
Duaa Eldeib, investigative reporter for ProPublica, talks about her reporting that avoiding healthcare settings during the worst of the pandemic has led in some cases to cancers being found at later stages when treatment options are more limited. She is joined by Pam Khosla, MD, chief of hematology oncology at Chicago's Mount Sinai Hospital where s…
 
We ended our previous episode predicting the IPL would continue on - how wrong we were. Less than 24 hours after the episode was recorded, more positive cases emerged and the tournament was officially postponed. Despite the lack of cricket on the field, there's still plenty to talk about. India has named their 20-strong squad for the upcoming tour …
 
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Ryen Russillo to discuss NBA playoff seeding and Round 1 sleeper teams (2:45), Russell Westbrook tying Oscar Robertson’s record for the most triple-doubles in NBA history (26:00), All-NBA teams and a stats deep dive (47:00), the best “unbreakable” NBA records (1:07:00), burning NBA questions, and more (1:34:45…
 
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons runs through the biggest subplots to watch heading into the NBA playoffs (2:45) before talking to three-time World Series champion baseball executive Theo Epstein about bringing the Boston Red Sox their first World Series win since 1918, bringing the Chicago Cubs their first World Series win in more than 100 years, Red Sox…
 
Joined by Korey, Nathan Coleman and Dujunnea Bland -Draft Reactions -News and Notes -Landon Collins' position on the field -Aaron Rodgers chatter Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-back-row-redskins-show-a-washington-redskins-podcast/donations저자 Emmanuel Chokuba
 
The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Kevin O'Connor and J. Kyle Mann to discuss Nikola Jokic's MVP-caliber play, his presence on the court, the Nuggets' playoff hopes without Jamal Murray, the era of positionless basketball, and more (2:50). Then Bill talks with CNN's Jake Tapper about what it was like to cover political news in the past year-plu…
 
Just before our recording started, the news broke that Varun Chakravarthy and Sandeep Warrier from the Kolkata Knight Riders have tested positive for Covid-19. We speculate on the implications for the rest of the tournament and what might happen over the next few days. It's back to cricket after that, with the Black Caps in camp, Heinrich Malan add…
 
The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Ryen Russillo to discuss the Milwaukee Bucks' statement win against the Brooklyn Nets, how the Lakers' seeding could shake things up for Round 1, scariest possible first-round playoff exits, All-NBA teams, news of Aaron Rodgers not wanting to return to the Packers for the 2021 NFL season leaking hours before t…
 
Welcome to the first (proper) episode of The Washington Wrap! Your hosts (Chad Ryan, Robbie Duncan, & Felix Trammell) have just 10 minutes to wrap up all their analysis and reactions to the Washington Football Team selecting LB Jamin Davis at Pick 19 in the 2021 NFL Draft! Hear the guys explain how Jamin Davis makes guys like Montez Sweat and Chase…
 
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Warren Sharp of NBC Sports and Sharp Football Analysis to discuss an exciting first round of the NFL draft. They discuss the 49ers drafting Trey Lance third overall, the Bears trading up to draft Justin Fields, the Falcons’ savvy move drafting TE Kyle Pitts with the fourth pick, the Patriots securing QB Mac Jo…
 
Joined by Kevin Longley, Kevin Hicks and Phil Davis. We discussed the draft, scenarios and predictions for The Washington Football Team for the 2021 NFL draft. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-back-row-redskins-show-a-washington-redskins-podcast/donations저자 Emmanuel Chokuba
 
Redskins Capital Connection has rebranded and relaunched as The Washington Wrap! The Washington Wrap brings you all the Washington Football team news and analysis you need, neatly wrapped up in a ten minute package! You can find us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and everywhere else you get your podcasts! Please subscribe and leave us nice…
 
The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Fox and NFL Network's Peter Schrager to discuss the upcoming NFL draft including what the 49ers will do with the third overall pick, rumors of quarterback Justin Fields sliding, the Bengals choosing between a top wide receiver and a (possibly) generational offensive lineman, trying to get a read on the Patriot…
 
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons talks with Joe House about Russell Westbrook’s revival and the surging Wizards, Eastern Conference play-in game scenarios, the disappointing Celtics season, the Porzingis problem in Dallas, the baffling Pelicans, potential playoff scenarios, Finals odds, and All-NBA lineups (2:12). Then Bill talks with Wesley Morris from T…
 
We're one third of the way through the IPL, and unfortunately the cricketing headlines are being overshadowed by the tragic Covid-19 situation in India. We do our best to provide some distraction, touching on all 8 teams as we discuss what's caught our eye in the first 20 games of the tournament. Before the IPL chat, Baldy runs us through more turm…
 
In today’s episode, Patrick and Brendan ranked all the American League logos, 15 being the lowest and 1 being.... well.... #1. We had a lot of fun today and I hope you enjoy this week’s episode! We will be coming in hot with the branding of the teams, so follow us on your podcast platform so you don’t miss it, because you won’t want to! Enjoy and w…
 
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by J. Kyle Mann to discuss the Knicks’ win streak, the superb play of Julius Randle, playoff scenarios, and more (3:20). Then Bill talks with UFC president Dana White about his 20 years with the company, how the sport has grown, historically great UFC fighters, how the pandemic's Fight Island came to be, inking a…
 
News and Notes: Washington Waives Bryce Love. Alex Smith and Jordan Reed retire. -RBs a need in the draft? Who’s a possible draft candidate and what round? -How does Landon Collins fit with what the team Is trying to do? -Team needs a FS. It’s a glaring need. Need to trade back in the 1st or trade up in the 2nd. Do you agree with this statement. -O…
 
The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Logan Murdock and The Athletic's Marcus Thompson to discuss Steph Curry's incredible stretch of basketball, the parallels between Steph's current season and Kobe Bryant's 2006 season, sports dynasties, NBA playoffs sleeper teams, the postseason play-in games, Draymond Green stories, and more (2:30). Then Bill …
 
In this episode of the Top Order Podcast, we're joined by Canterbury coach and legend of the province, Peter Fulton. We start the show by looking back at what's been an incredible season for both the men and the women in red and black - securing a remarkable 4 out of the 5 domestic titles. We discuss Will Williams' confidence levels, Cam Fletcher's…
 
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Ryen Russillo to discuss this recent stretch of NBA games without superstars like Kevin Durant, James Harden, Anthony Davis, LeBron James, and Jimmy Butler. They also talk about updated MVP rankings, best subplots for the play-in games, the most fun NBA playoff matchups, Stephen Curry’s incredible season, 2021…
 
In today’s episode, Patrick and Brendan recapped the Orioles win over the Rangers, the Red Sox getting snowed out ( yes you heard that correctly. SNOWED.OUT) on Friday, Carlos Rondón of the White Sox gets a no hitter, and Fernando Tatis Jr returned to the game with a homer. Not a tone to talk about, but we still had fun! Enjoy the episode and we wi…
 
During the record-breaking Australian women's side's tour to New Zealand to take on the White Ferns, Baldy was lucky enough to catch up with star leg-spinner and World Cup winner Georgia Wareham. They talked world records, the art of leg-spin bowling, the strength of the domestic competition at home, Georgia's pathway to the Australian national sid…
 
-Trade up for Trey Lance? -TE Samimis Reyes -Thad Moss -Something unexpected the Washington Football Team would do in the draft -DMV Culture -DMV Food Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-back-row-redskins-show-a-washington-redskins-podcast/donations저자 Emmanuel Chokuba
 
The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Warren Sharp to discuss quarterback Justin Fields's draft stock seemingly dropping, what the 49ers will do with the third pick in the 2021 NFL draft, the Dolphins' win-win situation with the sixth pick, NFL draft prop bets, future bets, the NFL Hall of Fame, and more!…
 
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