What's News brings you the headlines and business news that move markets and the world—twice every weekday. In about 15 minutes, get caught up on the best Wall Street Journal scoops and exclusives, with insight and analysis from the award-winning reporters that broke the stories. Hosted by Annmarie Fertoli and Luke Vargas.
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A.M. Edition for June 9. Donald Trump is the first former U.S. president to face a federal indictment. WSJ Washington reporter Alex Leary discusses the charges and how they could affect the 2024 presidential race. And Facebook owner Meta is exploring... more
P.M. Edition for June 8. We report exclusively that China and Cuba have reached a secret agreement for China to set up a spy base on the island. National security reporter Warren Strobel has the details. Plus, some cancer treatments are changing, as ... more
A.M. Edition for June 8. Residents from Massachusetts to North Carolina are being advised to limit outdoor activities and mask up as smoke from Canadian wildfires hangs over some of America's biggest cities. Plus, we’ll look at how the CEOs of Binanc... more
I have been listening to this podcast for a long time, but I really have enjoyed all the new voices hosting in the last few weeks. The show has more energy - more of this please!
The usual hosts of this show are decent, but the substitutes they have right now are bad. Weird dramatic effect in their tone and phrasing makes it hard to focus on the story.
Add AP News & one can stay fairly informed in an efficient fashion. BKK NNNews.org #BKK #APNews #NNNews #KISSINGER #VoteBKK4POTUS47 on 5 #November2024 in #USPresidentialElection #2024ElectionWAR
May 24, 2022 pm edition: gratuitous and unprofessional reaction by Dion Rabouin to an audio clip of the House Speaker: “hmm, well then.” Sounds harmless in writing, but Mr. Rabouin is a news reader, his reaction is not needed to cue the rest of the story, and doesn’t belong on What’s News. Degrades otherwise excellent podcast.
Episode on SC abortion law included inaccurate language. In describing the law, the host said at six weeks “people” don’t know they’re pregnant. Do better WSJ. Respect women, say “women.” No other people can be pregnant. It makes it look like you’re pandering to progressive lunacy. Regardless, this content is rather lackluster and redundant with other WSJ podcasts.
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