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Gist: The Colony and the Nation  

Richard Nixon once warned of an America cut in two, a colony of poor, disenfranchised people within a nation of wealth. His law-and-order policies went a long way to making that a reality. In his new book, A Colony in a Nation, Chris Hayes looks at how fear has led to some destructive policies in America’s cities.    Join Slate Plus! Members get bonus segments, exclusive member-only podcasts, and more. Sign up for a free trial today at Slate.com/gistplus.

FDR3695 Greg Gianforte Elected After "Bodyslam" Scandal | True News  

Montana Republican Greg Gianforte was elected to the U.S. House of Representative over Democrat country music singer Rob Quist - less than 24 hours after allegations that he "bodyslammed" Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs. What does the election of Gianforte and the response to these allegations mean for the future political climate in the United States of America?

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Toby Jones at Cannes  

Among the renowned film-makers taking a seat inside the Palais du Festival at the 70th edition of the Cannes Film Festival this year is Michael Haneke. We speak to Toby Jones, the star of his latest film, ‘Happy End’, whose past credits range from the Harry Potter and Captain America franchises to Oliver Stone’s political drama ‘W.’ Plus: why Roger Moore will be remembered as one of the screen’s great action stars.

Call To Arms: Enlistment In America  

Memorial Day honors those who’ve died while serving in the military. In this episode of BackStory, Ed, Joanne, and Brian look at the many reasons for joining the U.S. armed services - from a sense of patriotism, to escaping poverty, to earning American citizenship. They’ll discuss the struggles of the Continental Army to find enough soldiers during the Revolutionary War and how thousands of Filipinos became American citizens by enlisting in the US Navy after World War II.

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G7-Gipfel, America's Cup, Großmetzgerei Sieber - 26.05.2017  

Gespräch mit Rolf Büllmann, ARD-Korrespondent, zu G7-Gipfel in Taormina (Imke Köhler) / Kommentar von Holger Romann, ARD-Studio Brüssel: Sauber getrumpt - US-Präsident Trump bei der Nato / Gespräch mit Tobias Gerauer, Lohnsteuerhilfe Bayern: Steuertipps (Kerstin Grundmann) / Gespräch mit Jochen Schümann, ehemaliger Gewinner des America's Cup (Uwe Pagels) / "Nachgefragt": Großmetzgerei "Sieber" - ein Jahr danach (Martin Breitkopf)

Diario de As América #405: LeBron James, otra vez  

Por increíble que parezca, LeBron James siempre nos da un poco más de lo que esperamos. Y esperamos el máximo. Por séptima vez consecutiva, octava en su carrera, ha dirigido a su equipo a Las Finales de la NBA. Enfrente tiene el reto supremo. Pero no importa lo dicho, ni si acaba ganando o perdiendo, ni que supere a Michel Jordan en puntos en playoffs… importa que, se mire por dónde se mire, ya es legítimo discutir si es el mejor de la historia. Y eso es una barbaridad atemporal y ajena ya a resultados puntuales. Hablo de eso con Sergio Andrés. Pero también de la final de la Stanley Cup, que disputarán Pittsburgh Penguins y Nashville Predators, con Carlos Forjanes. Y de los cambios de reglamento en la NFL, sobre todo el que afecta a la prórrogas, con Rubén Ibeas.

Les bateaux du futur à l’America’s Cup  

durée : 00:02:49 - Grand angle - La Coupe de l’America accuse du retard à l’allumage. Reportée à cause de vents trop forts, la course débutera samedi.

Memorial Day Weekend Special: Astrophysics of Us; A Consequence of Civil Rights; 21st Century Abortion; Paula Poundstone; The Working Life on Broadway  

For today's show you'll hear a few of our past favorites:

Neil DeGrasse Tyson, astrophysicist with the American Museum of Natural History, director of the Hayden Planetarium, host of the radio and TV show StarTalk, and the author of Astrophysics for People in a Hurry (W. W. Norton & Company, 2017), offers an introduction to time and space for people who are too busy to "read fat books, yet nonetheless seek a conduit to the cosmos." James Forman Jr., a clinical professor of law at Yale Law School, former DC public defender, and the author of Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2017), explores the incremental steps that led to the crisis of mass incarceration, including calls for law and order from the black middle class. In 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed in Roe v. Wade that a woman’s right to an abortion is protected by the 14th Amendment. Carol Sanger, professor of law at Columbia Law School and author of About Abortion: Terminating Pregnancy in Twenty-First-Century America (Harvard University Press, 2017), explores why the issue of abortion remains hotly contested political and moral issue. Paula Poundstone, stand-up comic, frequent panelist on "Wait, Wait...Don't Tell Me!" and the author of The Totally Unscientific Study of the Search for Human Happiness (Algonquin Books, 2017), tries out various methods that promise happiness and shares her findings. Pulitzer-prize winning playwright, Lynn Nottage, and actor Michelle Wilson, talk about their new play, "Sweat," which chronicles the lives of factory workers in an economically-depressed steel-belt city in Pennsylvania in the early 2000s.

These interviews originally aired earlier this year. The unedited interviews can be found at the links below:

Astrophysics for The Rest of Us (05/04/17) An Unintended Consequence of the Civil Rights Movement (04/24/2017) Abortion in the Twenty-First Century (04/13/2017) Paula Poundstone in Pursuit of Happiness (05/09/17) Life in the Rust Belt on Broadway (03/29/2017)
400 - Sexta-feira, 26/05/2017  

Drag & Drop nos apps da Readdle para o iOS, Jony Ive chanceler da Escola Real de Arte do Reino Unido, Apple Watch eficiente, Apple cobra em moeda local em mais países, transmissão ao vivo da WWDC, Pokémon Magikarp Jump, novidades no Google Fotos, Snapchat muda Snapcodes, links nas DMs do Instagram, discurso do Zuckerberg em Harvard, resultados financeiros da Lenovo, Uber terá de repassar documentos à Waymo, Qualcomm acusa Apple de chantagem, Softbank investe na 99, Anatel bloqueará celulares ilegais.

Sobre o Podcast

O Loop Matinal é um podcast do Loop Infinito que traz as notícias mais importantes do mundo da tecnologia para quem não tem tempo de ler sites e blogs de tecnologia.

Marcus Mendes apresenta um resumo rápido e conciso das notícias mais importantes, sempre com bom-humor e um toque de acidez.

Confira as notícias das últimas 24h, e até amanhã!

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Celulares não-homologados deixarão de funcionar no Brasil: 
https://tecnoblog.net/215349/bloqueio-celulares-piratas-brasil-agora-vai/ 

SoftBank investe US$100M na 99: 
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-05-24/brazilian-ride-hailing-company-raises-100-million-from-softbank 

Uber será obrigada a entregar contrato com a Otto à Waymo: 
https://techcrunch.com/2017/05/25/judge-orders-uber-to-hand-over-unredacted-term-sheet-with-otto-to-waymo/amp/ 

Qualcomm acusa a Apple de chantagem: 
https://9to5mac.com/2017/05/25/qualcomm-apple-lawsuit-injunction-suppliers/amp/ 

Lenovo divulga resultados financeiros:
http://mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKBN18L0DT 

 

Mark Zuckerberg dá discurso em Harvard: 
https://www.facebook.com/zuck/videos/10103748609129051/?pnref=story 

Instagram finalmente aceita links em Mensagens Diretas: 
http://blog.instagram.com/post/161060792262/new-in-direct-support-for-landscape-and-portrait 

Snapchat passa a exibir Bitmojis em Snapcodes: 
https://www.theverge.com/2017/5/25/15692968/snapchat-snapcode-pictures-bitmoji-update-ghost-complaints 

Google Fotos ganha recurso de arquivamento de imagens: 
https://9to5google.com/2017/05/24/google-photos-archive/amp/ 

(App Store) Pokémon: Magikarp Jump: 
https://itunes.apple.com/br/app/pok%C3%A9mon-magikarp-jump/id1162679453?mt=8&uo=4&at=1001lmMU 

(Play Store) Pokémon: Magikarp Jump:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.pokemon.koiking&hl=en


Apple transmitirá Keynote da WWDC ao vivo:
https://www.apple.com/apple-events/june-2017/

Apple passa a cobrar em moeda local em mais países:
https://blogdoiphone.com/2017/05/app-store-comeca-hoje-a-cobrar-em-moeda-local-em-tres-paises-da-america-do-sul/ 

Estudo comprova eficiência da leitura cardíaca do Apple Watch: 
https://www.macrumors.com/2017/05/24/apple-watch-heart-rate-most-accurate-fitness-study/amp/ 

Jony Ive é nomeado chanceler da Escola Real de Arte da Inglaterra: 
https://9to5mac.com/2017/05/25/jony-ive-chancellor-royal-college-of-art-rca/amp/ 

Readdle adiciona "Arrastar/Soltar" entre apps de iPad: 
https://blog.readdle.com/drag-drop-between-readdle-apps-fd079c756b23 

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5/25/17-Mark Levin Audio Rewind  

Ben Shapiro, Editor-in-Chief of the Daily Wire fills in for Mark. The Trump administration will now be appealing the 4th Circuit Court ruling on the travel ban to the Supreme Court. The rationale of the court is nothing but tyranny. What the court is basically saying is that they don’t like President Trump therefore this is not good law. What the 4th Circuit ruling says is says is that foreign citizens have rights under the constitution and if your feelings are hurt that is unconstitutional. Trump should just enforce the law and enforce it in violation of 4th Circuit ruling. The President may lawfully suspend immigration when deemed appropriate; Barack Obama actually did this in 2011. In addition, one of the reasons you are seeing the rise of terror in Europe is because of un-vetted Muslim immigration. The terrorist in Manchester, Salman Abedi, was traveling back and forth to Syria and became radicalized and then returned to the UK to inflict carnage. The left is very upset over the desire to vet Muslim refugees. Courts have been very cold to the Trump travel ban but have been very warm to Barack Obama’s immigration policies which have caused crisis. The fact is, an open borders policy causes America and its people harm. After that, Media Matters and the left are now driving a campaign to take Sean Hannity off the air. They are pursuing every effort to boycott him and cause advertisers to drop off from his show. Media Matters has been designed to go after the Right and those with conservative viewpoints. Later, Greg Gianforte, a Republican running in Montana made a real mess Wednesday. Gianforte allegedly body slammed the Guardian's Ben Jacobs. In a civilized society, might doesn’t make right and it is a bad thing to violate someone’s right to be free of violence. The left is now being hypocritical in going after every Republican to see what they have to say about this. However, in the case of Bob Etheridge in 2010, the left and Democrats defended his physical confrontation against a student asking him a question. The case of supporting bad behavior as long as the person is in your camp has to stop.

Chinese Super League: Time to Slow Down?  

The vice President of the Chinese FA, Zhang Jian, criticises the standard of football in Asia. He also raises concerns about Chinese clubs spending huge amounts of money to attract players from Europe and South America. And coach Matt Ward discusses his problems he faced working in Ghana. (Photo: Ultra supporters and fans of the Beijing Guoan FC cheer together during their match against Chongcing Lifan FC in Chinese Super League. Credit: Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)

Caixa de Histórias 93 - Deuses Americanos  

Nesta semana, viajamos pela america para reunir deuses novos e antigos em "Deuses Americanos" de Neil Gaiman. TRILHA SONORA Redwood Highway de Audionautix está licenciada sob uma licença Creative Commons Attribution (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artista: http://audionautix.com/ Visite nosso site: http://caixadehistorias.b9.com.br Mande um recado pra gente: caixadehistorias@b9.com.br

Draconian Budget Cuts And Fake News Conspiracy Theories: Just Another Week In Trump's America  

So, that happened. This week, while President Donald Trump was away on foreign business, the wider world got a look at the latest White House budget proposals and the experience was like staring into a moral void. Broadly targeted for elimination: just about anything that offers assistance to the poor and vulnerable. Cashing in big time: rich income earners. There are education cuts that could decimate profitable research, new burdens on food stamp providers that could result in fewer in the market. Joining us to marvel at the pure draconian nature of it all is Alexis Goldstein from Americans for Financial Reform. Meanwhile, the murder of Seth Rich -- a young DC resident and Democratic National Committee staffer -- was a tragedy for those who knew him. But the internet's conspiracy swamps and right wing media outlets have teamed up to further traumatize Rich's family and friends. It's weaponized fake news, and it's perfectly emblematic of the surreal world that Donald Trump has both ushered in and continues to maintain. Finally, four years ago, Thomas Piketty's book "Capital in the Twenty-First Century" took the world by storm, a deeply researched book on the history of wealth inequality that managed to jump beyond an academic audience and become a popular best-seller. Now, a new book titled "After Piketty: The Agenda For Economics and Inequality" has arrived, bringing together a wide group of economists and social scientists to try to assess the impact Piketty's book has had since it hit the shelves. Joining us to give us a taste is one of the editors of "After Piketty," Marshall Steinbaum.

Defanging Dodd-Frank  

"We're going to be doing a big number on Dodd-Frank" President Donald Trump promised in January. Now, House Republicans have proposed legislation to do just that. The Financial CHOICE Act would roll back banking regulations put in place by the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act, and it could also spell the end of a key part of the act, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The GOP says this gets rid of stifling regulations, but many Democrats worry about a repeat of the 2008 financial meltdown. Discussing Dodd-Frank with 1A guest host Indira Lakshmanan is Rob Tricchinelli, securities and banking reporter at Bloomberg BNA. We'll also hear from author Ibram X. Kendi about looking at the nation's violent past for answers. Kendi is the author of "Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America," which won the National Book Award for Nonfiction in 2016.

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Pod Three - Ex-CIA analyst: US intelligence leaks are "an embarassment to America"! 25th May  
The US has promised to stop intelligence leaks about the Manchester attack, after a furious British response. Today, former CIA analyst Fred Fleitz told me that the leaks were "an embarassment to America," but I'm not convinced. Shouldn't we be more concerned that our own intelligence forces aren't in control of the situation, before blaming the Americans?   Before that I had a chat to UK terror and security expert, as well as former armed officer for the Met Police Chris Hobbs. I wanted to know what he made of the New York Times having photos of the aftermath of the Manchester attack when it was supposed to be confidential. And how should the British security forces respond to this attack?

 

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Global DJ Broadcast: Markus Schulz and Ferry Corsten (May 25 2017)  

Direct from Los Angeles and amist preparations for The Nine Skies premiere at Dreamstate in San Francisco, Markus Schulz checks in with a fresh weekly mix for Global DJ Broadcast. He opens with the final preview of Running Up That Hill, before the full reelase on Monday, as well as featuring new music from Bobina, The Thrillseekers, Ben Gold, Way Out West, Eelke Kliejn, Wellenrausch and more. The classic of the week is a memorial tribute to those who tragically lost their lives in Manchester earlier this week, and Markus is also joined by close friend Ferry Corsten, showcasing his new album Blueprint in the guestmix.

All roads lead to San Francisco for the first sighting of Markus’ special audiovisual presentation as Dakota, The Nine Skies at Dreamstate, before resuming normal duty with a road trip up to Orlando for Gilt on Saturday June 3rd.

Until then, hope you enjoy the show, and for listeners in North America, have a Happy Memorial Day weekend. We return nex [...]

The life and legacy of John Marshall  

Michael Gerhardt of the University of North Carolina and Kevin Walsh of the University of Richmond explore the influential career of the nation's longest-serving chief justice.

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The Jeff Blair Show - May 25 - 10am  

Ross Atkins comes on to talk about his team's play and update their key injuries; Leigh Montville talks about his book "Sting Like a Bee: Muhammad Ali vs. The United States of America"

Shades of Red and Blue: The Problem of Strangers  

The hardening of America's borders is an essential part of Trump's agenda. But will this make the United States a safer and more prosperous nation? Hear from Jamil Dakwar, Sana Mustafa, Yael Eiesenstat, Oz Sultan, and Chadwick Moore. This program is part of the Shades of Red and Blue series, presented by The Ethics Centre, and co-sponsored by the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs and Bard Globalization and International Affairs program. This program was recorded on April 1, 2017.

The Christian Response to the Muslims Coming to America - Audio  

The Christian Response to the Muslims Coming to America

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