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    This week, we take a look at the podcasts topping the Apple charts. Taking the number one spot this week is Serial. The show has seen a resurgence since the subject of its first season, Adnan Syed, was released from prison. In 2014, the podcast went viral for its coverage of the 1999 murder...
    Listen to this episode of The Times: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts Housing L.A.’s homeless population has unsurprisingly proved to be a herculean task. With tens of thousands of people on the streets, it’s become a top issue for this year’s mayoral election in November. But until...
    This week, we take a look at the podcasts topping the Apple charts. Taking the top spot is All There Is with Anderson Cooper by CNN Audio. The show follows Cooper as he begins packing up his late-mother Gloria Vanderbilt’s New York apartment. Cooper contemplates loss and grief as he creates an audial scrapbook...
    Donald Trump often gets credit for his Rumpelstiltskin-like ability to spin the most demented parts of the American psyche into political gold. But in his new book, American Psychosis: A Historical Investigation of How The Republican Party Went Crazy, David Corn traces the lineage of the GOP’s love of lunatics all the way back to...
    This week, we take a look at the podcasts topping the Apple charts. Taking the top spot for the second week in a row is KILLED, presented by Audiochuck. KILLED is hosted by journalist Justine Harman and dives into some of the most interesting stories that never made it out of print. Harman “brings...
    Queen Elizabeth II is an important cultural mascot in a way that Americans can’t understand, and her death will have more implications for Great Britain and the world than simply who will take over the monarchy. That’s according to Ian Dunt, columnist at the inews newspaper and host of the podcasts Oh God, What Now?...
    Cardiologists are warning that poorly regulated over-the-counter herbal supplements are causing heart rhythm issues in users in their 20s. Doctors told Insider that the supplements are the most common cause of arrhythmia in patients coming to their clinics, and warn that the little oversight of the development of these pills means that dangerous ingredients could...
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    Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani’s close and complicated relationship goes way back, according to writer Andrew Kirtzman. Not only has Kirtzman covered Giuliani’s political career for over 30 years, but he’s also the author of Giuliani: The Rise and Tragic Fall of America's Mayor. He came on this episode of political podcast The New Abnormal...
    This week, we take a look at the podcasts topping the Apple charts. Taking the top spot at #1 is Killed, presented by Audiochuck. Killed is hosted by journalist Justine Harman and dives into some of the most interesting stories that never made it to print. Harman “brings dead stories back to life,” from...
    How many allegations and attorneys does it take to send a person to jail? For former President Donald Trump, the answer appears to be: many. This week, Trump ratcheted up his fight with the Justice Department, and as Washington Post contributing columnist George Conway told Molly Jong-Fast in this episode of The New Abnormal politics...
    Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said on Sunday that if former President Donald Trump is prosecuted, there will be “riots in the streets.” Some call it a prediction. New Abnormal podcast host Andy Levy is calling it a threat. “The United States has a long-standing policy that we do not negotiate with terrorists because that’s what...
    This week, we take a look at the podcasts topping the Apple charts. Taking the top spot at #1 is Crime Junkie. One of the hosts of Crime Junkie, Ashley Flowers, recently released a novel earlier last week which quickly became a New York Times Bestseller. This renewed attention has seen the podcast rise back to number...
    Alastair Pike / AFP, via Getty Images Twitter announced Thursday that the platform would be launching a permanent space for podcasting. The podcasts will live on the Spaces tab of user’s Twitter feeds. A place originally designed for audio chat rooms will now be primarily used for longform discussions and popular shows. The tab...
    Dr. Oz is losing the unofficial Twitter war against Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, with the latest loss coming after Fetterman recently dunked on Oz for using the term crudités in an April video. “Does his campaign manager hate him or are his digital people just bad?” asks Molly Jong-Fast in this episode of The...
    Author Elliot Ackerman says he would support a draft, but only because he thinks it could be a good thing for Americans, and ultimately create less war and more peace. “I feel like the lesson that should be lit up in lights, at the end of the war in Afghanistan, The Forever War, is we...
    This week, we take a look at the podcasts topping the Apple charts. Taking the top spot this week at #1 is The Sunshine Place. It follows the story of Synanon, a popular rehab facility that opened in Santa Monica, California in the 1960s. But what began as a treatment facility for drug addiction,...
    They're some of the most popular smartphones around the world, but if you own an iPhone, you could soon start seeing more ads. A new report by Bloomberg claims that Apple is testing ads in several of its pre-installed apps including Maps, Books, and Podcasts, as well as on Apple TV+. These ads would work similarly...
    This week, we take a look at the podcasts topping the Apple charts. Taking the top spot this week at #1 is Crime Junkie. Following Crime Junkie is The Sunshine Place, The Daily, Crooked City: Youngstown, OH, and You, Me & Mike. Coming in at #2 on the charts in a new podcast titled,...
    As former President Donald Trump endured one of his worst weeks yet, Republicans have been on our TV screens taking aim at everyone else—but themselves. On this episode of The New Abnormal, hosts Molly Jong-Fast and Andy Levy talk Trump and the sentence Republicans need to stop repeating. “Their big talking point that they all...
    Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer got fellow Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) to do something few have done before: vote along Democratic Party lines. Some are calling it the Manchin-Schumer bill, and even Schumer wasn’t sure it would happen until the end. “He has different views on a lot of things, and when he backed out...
    White Castle star turned White House adviser Kal Penn has recalled how accepting an invitation from his House co-star Olivia Wilde to an event for then-Senator Barack Obama led him to ditch acting for a period and go work for the former president. The author of the new book You Can’t Be Serious told Molly...
    This week, we take a look at the podcasts topping the Apple charts. Taking the top spot this week, at #1 is Dateline: Missing In America. Hosted by NBC veterans Josh Mankiewicz and Andrea Canning, the show dives into missing person cases that have been submitted by Dateline’s followers on social media. They encourage...
    Listen to this episode of The Times: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts Vin Scully was the broadcaster for the Dodgers baseball franchise for 67 years, from its time in Brooklyn through its move to Los Angeles. In the process, he not only became a sports legend; he...
    Sports commentator Dan Patrick doesn’t want to be a guest on your podcast, and he doesn’t care who knows it! According to Awful Announcing, on Tuesday’s episode of The Dan Patrick Show, he spoke with journalist Rich Eisen about receiving dreaded guest invitations for podcasts. “Well, I saw where Keith Olbermann has a podcast now....
    Missouri Senate candidate Lucas Kunce is not going to knock on a voter’s door and ask them to vote for him because he will reduce the cost of prescription drugs. “They are gonna say, ‘535 members of Congress all said that, Mr. Kunce, and did it happen? No. Get off my porch.’ The system’s broken...
    This week, we take a look at the podcasts topping the Apple charts. Taking the top spot this week, at #1 is Fed Up by Wondery. Narrated by actress Casey Wilson, this show takes a deep dive into the world of fad diets. The story followers a longstanding feud between two New York City...
    In Los Angeles, many tenants are still protected against eviction for not paying rent and from rent increases. But in many other parts of the state, landlords are legally allowed to hike rents by as much as 10% and the state’s anti-eviction rules have gone away. On this episode of “Gimme Shelter: The California Housing...
    Is Ron DeSantis going to run for president in 2024? If he is, New Abnormal co-hosts Andy Levy and Molly Jong-Fast think he’ll be a scarier candidate than Donald Trump. They point to a lackluster speech the former president recently gave during an event run by conservative student activist organization Turning Point USA. “Part of...
    Hulu’s new documentary Aftershock looks at the shockingly high disparity in post-natal morbidity rates that Black woman face, compared to their white counterparts. Directors Tonya Lewis Lee and Paula Eiselt look at the preventable deaths of 30-year-old Shamony Gibson, who died in 2019 after the birth of her son, and Amber Rose Isaac, who was...
    This week, we take a look at the podcasts topping the Apple charts. Taking the top spot this week, at #1 is Back to the Beach with Kristin and Stephen. The show premiered on Tuesday and offers fans of the hit MTV show Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County a look behind the scenes...
    A company co-owned by LeBron James has filed paperwork to patent the phrase “Shut Up and Dribble” with the U.S. Trademark offices. The phrase was first used by Fox News host Laura Ingraham back in 2018, in response to James weighing in on the changing political climate under then-President Donald Trump. Ingraham advised James...
    The revelation that Donald Trump was glued to Fox News for two hours while the Capitol was sacked on Jan. 6 did not shock the hosts of The New Abnormal. The news from Thursday night’s Jan. 6 committee hearing that really struck Molly Jong-Fast was that instead of trying to stop the violence, Trump wanted...
    More people than ever before are listening to Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast than ever before as his trial for contempt of Congress begins. It has catapulted into Apple’s top 10 for news. The flood in listeners come as the former Trump White House chief strategist and Breitbart News chairman is being tried for...
    After four years of Donald Trump and the ultimate hangover that ensued, has the Republican Party learned from its mistakes? Far from it, Molly Jong-Fast says on this episode of The New Abnormal podcast. “Trump definitely did something in the Republican Party. Right?” Molly asks. “They were always bad. They would do terrible things, but...
    This week, we take a look at the podcasts topping the Apple charts. Taking the top spot this week, at #1 is Who Killed Daphne?. The show takes a deep dive into the life and death of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia who was assassinated on the island of Malta in 2017. Galizia worked to...
    Listen to this episode of The Times: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts He’s animal royalty in the City of Angels; an ambassador for conservation and for the random beauty this megalopolis offers. But P-22 is also a poster boy for something sadder. The mountain lion is thought...
    It’s been a big week in politics with revelations galore from the House Jan. 6 committee. Former President Donald Trump’s attempts at stopping the peaceful transfer of power have been the talk of the nation—and this week’s admissions at the committee are a “pretty big deal,” says Molly Jong-Fast on this episode of The New...
    Tear up your lawn. Do fewer loads of laundry. Don’t flush the toilet unless you have to. This is all advice Californians have received in a drought that is forcing water restrictions up and down the state. Yet, at the same time, California leaders are pushing for the construction of millions of new homes to...
    Things are going super over in the United Kingdom, jokes Molly Jong-Fast to British journalist Ian Dunt on this episode of The New Abnormal podcast. Dunt breaks down the events that led to Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s resignation—as well as whether he thinks Johnson will still hold the title by the fall and be able...
    This week, we take a look at the podcasts topping the Apple charts. Taking the top spot for the third week in a row is the The Execution of Bonny Lee Bakley. The podcast covers the story of the fatal shooting of Bonny Lee Bakley, the wife of actor Robert Blake and dives into...
    Former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson is changing the NDA game. Ever since she filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against then-Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes in 2016 that helped to accelerate the #MeToo movement, she’s been busy advocating and lobbying for better non-disclosure agreement (NDA) protections for people in the workplace. She recalls...
    Listen to this episode of The Times: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts Few things are more beautiful on a California summer evening than the sight of lowriders cruising slow and low and bouncing up and down through the streets. But for decades, municipalities across the Golden State...
    Last week’s decision by the Supreme Court to curtail the Environmental Protection Agency’s power to regulate greenhouse-gas emissions comes as far-right groups try to use the issue as a Trojan horse to push other issues like anti-immigration policies. David Roberts, who writes the climate newsletter Volts, tells The New Abnormal’s Molly Jong-Fast why the court’s...
    This week, we take a look at the podcasts topping the Apple charts. Taking the top spot for the second week in a row is the The Execution of Bonny Lee Bakley . The Execution of Bonny Lee Bakley covers the story of the fatal shooting of Bonny Lee Bakley, the wife of actor...
    In the wake of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) has been tossing out ideas for how President Joe Biden could protect abortion access, including opening abortion clinics on federal lands. But that wouldn’t be an easy fix, explains Leah Litman, an assistant professor at the University of Michigan Law...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Listened to any good television shows lately? If you’re glued to a scripted podcast drama, you may be auditioning a potential TV series — a result of Hollywood’s demand for small-screen material and the realization that podcasts beyond nonfiction are a valuable resource. Dramatizations of fact-based podcasts such as Wondery’s “WeCrashed,”...
    Listen to this episode of The Times: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts More than 20 states have already worked to ban or severely limit abortion in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe vs. Wade. But in California, access to abortion will continue to...
    The Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on Friday, eliminating the decades-long protected right to an abortion, and New Abnormal co-host Molly Jong-Fast could not wait until the next episode of the political podcast to address this decision. She recorded an “emergency” episode with Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold, who explains to Molly and...
    This week, we take a look at the podcasts topping the Apple charts. True crime is once again dominating the top 5 as The Execution of Bonny Lee Bakley and The Seduction take the top two spots on the list. The Execution of Bonny Lee Bakley covers the story of the fatal shooting of...