The Joe Rogan Experience
  • #1109 - Matthew Walker
    on April 25, 2018

    Matthew Walker is Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, and Founder and Director of the Center for Human Sleep Science. Check out his book "" on Amazon.

The Daily
  • A Conversation With a Dogecoin Millionaire
    on May 14, 2021

    This episode contains strong language.What started out as a kind of inside joke in the world of cryptocurrency has quickly become, for some, a very serious path to wealth. Today we explore the latest […]

  • The Israeli-Palestinian Crisis, Reignited
    on May 13, 2021

    In the past few days, the deadliest violence in years has erupted between Israel and the Palestinians. Hundreds of missiles are streaking back and forth between Gaza and cities across Israel, and […]

  • ‘Ignoring the Lie Emboldens the Liar’
    on May 12, 2021

    Today, Liz Cheney, the No. 3 Republican in the House, is expected to be removed from her leadership position.She has found herself on a lonely political island by continuing to speak out against […]

  • Apple vs. Facebook
    on May 11, 2021

    Recently, Apple released a seemingly innocuous software update: a new privacy feature that would explicitly ask iPhone users whether an app should be allowed to track them across other apps and […]

The Ben Shapiro Show
  • Ep. 1257 - Your Idiot Rulers Finally Say The Masks Can Come Off
    on May 14, 2021

    Months late, the CDC finally announces that those who have been vaccinated can take off their masks; Joe Biden continues his war on teleprompters; and Israel pulls one of the great military […]

  • Ep. 1256 - Bidinflation 
    on May 13, 2021

    President Biden’s policies blow up prices; panic buying hits the Southeast as the gas runs out; and Liz Cheney’s firefight with the GOP is everything the media could hope for. Check out Ben's […]

  • Ep. 1255 - Joe Biden Is Jimmy Carter: The Revenge
    on May 12, 2021

    Hamas continues to fire hundreds of rockets into civilian centers in Israel; inflation numbers come out, and they're frightening; and the Biden administration continues to lie about covid […]

  • Ep. 1254 - The Left Nods At Jew-Hatred
    on May 11, 2021

    Hamas fires hundreds of rockets into Israel while the Squad rushes to defend them; President Biden inherits Middle East peace and instead foments Middle East war; and 1970s gas lines are back, baby! […]

NPR Politics
The Daily Wire
  • Ep. 1257 - Your Idiot Rulers Finally Say The Masks Can Come Off
    on May 14, 2021

    Months late, the CDC finally announces that those who have been vaccinated can take off their masks; Joe Biden continues his war on teleprompters; and Israel pulls one of the great military […]

  • Ep. 1256 - Bidinflation 
    on May 13, 2021

    President Biden’s policies blow up prices; panic buying hits the Southeast as the gas runs out; and Liz Cheney’s firefight with the GOP is everything the media could hope for. Check out Ben's […]

  • Ep. 1255 - Joe Biden Is Jimmy Carter: The Revenge
    on May 12, 2021

    Hamas continues to fire hundreds of rockets into civilian centers in Israel; inflation numbers come out, and they're frightening; and the Biden administration continues to lie about covid […]

  • Ep. 1254 - The Left Nods At Jew-Hatred
    on May 11, 2021

    Hamas fires hundreds of rockets into Israel while the Squad rushes to defend them; President Biden inherits Middle East peace and instead foments Middle East war; and 1970s gas lines are back, baby! […]

The New Yorker
  • Liz Cheney’s Thought Crime
    on May 13, 2021

    On Wednesday morning, Representative Liz Cheney, of Wyoming, was ousted from her position as the House Republican Conference chair. Cheney was one of ten House Republicans who voted to […]

  • Atul Gawande and Siddhartha Mukherjee on the State of the Pandemic
    on May 10, 2021

    After a year of battling COVID-19, parts of the United States are celebrating a gradual turn toward normalcy, but the pandemic isn’t over—and it may never be over, exactly. Atul Gawande tells […]

  • A High-School Cheerleader, the Supreme Court, and the First Amendment
    on May 6, 2021

    In 2017, Brandi Levy, a junior-varsity cheerleader at Mahanoy Area High School, in Pennsylvania, was denied a spot on the school’s varsity squad. That weekend, off campus, Levy posted a furious, […]

  • Three Women Who Changed the World
    on May 3, 2021

    “The Agitators” is a book about three women—three revolutionaries—who changed the world at a time when women weren’t supposed to be in public life at all. Frances Seward was a committed […]

Slate Articles
  • Million Dollar Jab
    on May 13, 2021

    Emily, John and David discuss the post-pandemic economy; vaccine hoarding; and they're joined by Alex Stamos to talk about infrastructure, cybersecurity and the Colonial Pipeline hack.Here are some […]

  • Martyrdom of Liz Cheney
    on May 6, 2021

    David, John and Emily discuss Liz Cheney's defiance of Trumpists; Trump’s Facebook suspension; and meatlessness getting (more) political.Here are some notes and references from this week’s […]

  • Live at 100 Days
    on April 29, 2021

    A live Gabfest with Emily, David and John on the policies and politics of Biden’s first 100 days— with special guest Jamelle Bouie! A reference from this week’s show: Thomas B. Edsall for The […]

  • Guilty, Guilty, Guilty
    on April 22, 2021

    Emily, John and David discuss the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial with guest Dwayne Betts; Andrew Yang’s campaign for Mayor of New York City; and why the U.S. invaded Iraq with guest Noreen […]

Left, Right & Center
  • Is it time to cut unemployment benefits?
    on May 14, 2021

    Inflation is back! It may not be here to stay — there’s a lot of weirdness in the economy right now — but with wages rising quickly despite surprisingly weak job growth in April, some states […]

  • Where are all the jobs?
    on May 8, 2021

    The April jobs report number was disappointing. We expected a million new jobs and only got 260,000. There are a few factors that could be slowing job growth: a very specific reason why manufacturing […]

  • The low-rated, kinda sleepy and quietly radical speech
    on May 1, 2021

    President Biden made his first address to a joint session of Congress. It didn’t get big TV ratings, but the content reflected big changes to what he’d have the government do, with trillions of […]

  • Accountability
    on April 24, 2021

    Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all counts for the death of George Floyd last summer. The prosecution’s case against him was strong and the jury deliberated for […]

The Axe Files With David Axelrod
    Can He Do That
    • Not the 'normal' Washington Biden promised
      on May 13, 2021

      Are the divisions within the Republican party causing real problems for Biden’s goals? And if he’s forced to move his agenda forward with only the help of his own party, how might Democratic […]

    • Vaccine hesitancy at home, desperation abroad
      on May 6, 2021

      As the president lays out a new vaccine strategy at home, how much can Biden also do to help curb the spread of coronavirus around the world? And what do the challenges with U.S. vaccine hesitancy […]

    • Promises made. Promises kept?
      on April 29, 2021

      One hundred days into the Biden administration, how far has the president come on his campaign pledges? Biden promised a new way of governing, so has much changed? Reporter Matt Viser unpacks […]

    • Menthol cigarettes kill more Black Americans. Should Biden ban them?
      on April 22, 2021

      Will the Biden administration be able to strike a balance between politics and public health to regulate menthol cigarettes? And what are the implications if it does? We explain the pending decision […]

    Congressional Dish
    • Thank You Alcee
      on May 3, 2021

      Rep. Alcee Hastings: We just lost a good one. As we thank CD producers in this bonus thank you episode, we flashback to our favorite Alcee moment, learn why Bill Gates is a monster, ponder what the […]

    • CD231: Lights Out: What Happened in Texas?
      on April 26, 2021

      In mid-February 2021, a not-as-rare-as-it-used-to-be winter storm swept across the country, causing massive power outages in the state of Texas with deadly consequences. In this episode, hear the […]

    • Thank You Matt Gaetz
      on April 18, 2021

      Rep. Matt Gaetz is accused of sex trafficking. In this episode, we look at the trustworthiness of the allegations before turning our attention to another powerful member of Congress whose selfish […]

    • CD230: Pacific Deterrence Initiative
      on April 12, 2021

      The 2021 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) and the Coronabus both enacted laws aiming to stop China from advancing their Belt and Road economic system that may soon be able to compete with […]

    Texas Take
    • The 2022 GOP Primary Begins
      on May 13, 2021

      As the Texas Legislature takes a hard right turn in the final weeks of its regular session, we examine the way ex-President Donald Trump is influencing legislators months after he lost the election. […]

    • Legislative Combat and Betrayal
      on May 7, 2021

      The final weeks of the Texas Legislature's regular session are heating up with debates about fundamental voting rights, transgender athletes in schools, permitless carry of handguns, "defunding […]

    • A Voting Meltdown Over Voting Rights
      on April 30, 2021

      Texas House Democrats are asking the Department of Justice to monitor legislative proceedings in Austin after the way a GOP Chairman tried to rush passage of sweeping changes to voting laws in this […]

    • Does Gov. Abbott Support Permitless Carry of Firearms or Not?
      on April 23, 2021

      Stop us if you've heard this one: Gov. Abbott is trying to have it both ways on a controversial proposal supported by many grassroots Republicans. This time, it's the permitless carry of firearms […]

    The More Perfect Union
    • Elon's Comin' Hide Your Heart Girl (Ep. 306)
      on May 10, 2021

      This week the gang looks at Elon's Musk's turn as the host of SNL, the decision to keep Trump banned from Facebook, and whether the Biden infrastructure bill can be passed in its present form.

    • First Hundred Days and Years (Ep. 305)
      on May 3, 2021

      This week the MPU hosts are joined by comedian Emily Galati in a wide-ranging conversation that covers life expectancy, the first hundred days of the Biden administration, Elizabeth Warren's new […]

    • Do Not Buy His Book! (Ep. 304)
      on April 19, 2021

      This week's episode covers Bernie Madoff's legacy, John Boehner's book tour, and the twin pandemics of covid-19 and mass shootings.

    • The Whitest Hip Hop Episode Ever (Ep. 303)
      on April 12, 2021

      This week the podcasters look at the week in the news, including the passing of DMX and the legacy of his music, the passing of Prince Phillip, the rights of transgender athletes, and how royalties […]

    Power House Politics
    • "We Can't Afford Not To Go Big"
      on April 28, 2021

      Don't call it a "State of the Union." President Joe Biden tonight will address a joint session of Congress, 99 days after being sworn into office. Powerhouse Politics speaks with White House Press […]

    • "A Master of the Inside Game"
      on April 21, 2021

      For the guilty findings in connection with the killing of George Floyd to mark a true turning point will take much more than verdicts in Minneapolis. It falls now to a president elected on the […]

    • "One Thing Leads to Another"
      on April 14, 2021

      President Joe Biden said Wednesday that he would withdraw all U.S. troops from Afghanistan before the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks because "it is time to end America’s longest war." […]

    • "Over-Broad" & "Extreme"
      on April 7, 2021

      Amid the fallout over Georgia's new sweeping elections law, Texas Democrats and voting rights activists are strategizing how to get some of the state's biggest employers to apply political […]

    Politics: Meet Me in the Middle
    Talking Politics
    • Election Fallout
      on May 13, 2021

      David and Helen are joined by the historian Colin Kidd to try to make sense of last week's elections in England, Scotland and Wales. What do they mean for the future of the UK? What do they mean […]

    • Michael Lewis on the Pandemic
      on May 6, 2021

      We talk to Michael Lewis about his new book The Premonition, which tells the story of the people who saw the pandemic coming and asks why they couldn't get a hearing. It's a tale of short-term […]

    • After Merkel, What?
      on April 29, 2021

      We talk to Hans Kundnani about the prospects for German politics in the run-up to September's federal elections, now that the cast list of possible successors to Merkel is known. Can Laschet escape […]

    • Union at the Crossroads
      on April 22, 2021

      David and Helen talk to Mike Kenny about what devolution has done to the politics of the UK as seen from Westminster and Whitehall. How have we ended up with a Unionism that is both complacent and […]

    WUNC Politics
    • How A Deadly NC Fire Catalyzed National Change
      on May 14, 2021

      WUNC's Will Michaels examines how an early morning fire in Chapel Hill on May 12, 1996 changed the trajectory of dozens of lives and became a catalyst for change in fire safety ordinances across the […]

    • Unaffiliated: Meet North Carolina's New Growing Voter Demographic
      on May 7, 2021

      WUNC's Rusty Jacobs looks at what voters changing their Republican and Democratic party affiliations means for future elections in North Carolina and the South.

    • The Political Debate Behind Calls To "Release The Tape"
      on April 30, 2021

      Guest host Will Michaels returns from a reporting trip to Elizabeth City, NC where a community is contending with the recent police killing of Andrew Brown Jr. There is body camera footage of the […]

    • The Renewed Debate Over Voter ID
      on April 23, 2021

      A voter ID law is on trial again in North Carolina. Is it in line with the Constitution this time? Or is it once again targeting Black voters? Guest host Will Michaels talks to reporter Rusty Jacobs […]

    My History Can Beat Up Your Politics
    • Young Dick Cheney
      on May 10, 2021

      We know the globe-running, meeting master Vice President Cheney, but did you know his parents were hardcore Democrats?  or that he thought his father turned into a bird (albeit at a pretty young […]

    • 1995: A Story of Politics On The Information Superhighway
      on May 1, 2021

      Stealth ads. Secret advice. Kids in uniforms.  Soft money and hard choices in the information age.  As we discuss in this cast, a Presidential election was almost completely settled a year before […]

    • The Man Behind the UN Who Never Got Credit - Edward Stettinius, Jr. w/Bill Scher
      on April 20, 2021

      Edward Stettinius, Jr. served a short but important time as Secretary of State serving F.D.R. and Truman.  Without him, there may not have been a UN.  And because he got very little credit, he was […]

    • Vaccines Then and Now
      on April 14, 2021

      Vaccine history, acceptance and denial.  The man who saved Boston and never got credit.   Law and the citizen and medicine.   FDR's polio - if it was polio - and what it meant for America.  […]