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Why Do Clothes Suck Now?
Culture Study Podcast
A hard look at a problem that plagues us all: terrible clothes. Why are shirts falling apart or pilling after just a few wears? Why does Gucci charge $3,200 for a polyester sweater? What happened to ironing and will we ever dry clean en masse again?
Dawn and Nick Hacheney are the perfect couple: spiritual, loving, and devoted to the church where Nick is a pastor. When Dawn is killed in a house fire the day after Christmas, the pastor and his flock are devastated. What few knew at the time was the dark prophecy that foretold it.
Will Argentina's 'Madman' President Deliver on His Radical Promises?
The Global Story
Javier Milei is far from your average politician. His critics call him ‘El Loco’, meaning The Madman and he certainly plays up to that reputation having claimed that he ‘hears voices’ and frequently ‘talks to his dead dog.’
Educational consultants, or EdCons, are a first step in the pipeline into the Troubled Teen Industry. Meet Nancy, host Emma Lehman’s 57-year-old alter-ego, and Sharon, the mother of a child currently in a wilderness program, to learn how consultants prey on parents’ desperation to funnel kids into the TTI.
A middle-aged electrician is murdered in a quiet Amsterdam suburb. The case leads to a web of drugs, money laundering and state-sponsored assassinations that stretches from Dublin to Dubai. At the center is a cocaine super cartel that is revolutionizing the global drugs market.
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