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The news you need to know to start your day. Five top news stories and why they matter. Seven days a week, with deep-dive Sunday episodes. Hosted by Taylor Wilson, Shannon Rae Green, James Brown and PJ Elliott. Discover more USA TODAY podcasts at usatoday.com/podcasts
 
5 Things About is for you and your inner curious cat. The part of you that just loves to know what others know about inventions, ideas, people and places. You've heard the proverb "curiosity killed the cat" ... the rest of the proverb is "but satisfaction brought it back." The 5 Things About podcast is a University of Melbourne training program created by Dr Andi Horvath.
 
Each episode host LOREN KLING sits down with a different guest and asks them to share 5 stories, events, or experiences that had an impact on their life. Paths altered by a person, a place, or a moment in time. The format of the show is unique in that the guests have already thought about the questions (what are the “5 Things” that changed their lives) and the answers (why those moments are important to them) before they ever sit down to chat. Previous guests come from a wide range of backgr ...
 
Welcome to 5 Things I Know Now: A DGH Podcast - the innovative and practical new series from the Dorset Growth Hub. Following on from the first two series of The Dorset Growth Hub podcast, we’re bringing an exciting spin to the format, where top business leaders share the five lessons that helped them find success. We'll be releasing a new episode every couple of weeks, and running live events alongside the episodes so be sure to keep up to date by registering your email at https://www.dorse ...
 
Natalie Diaz: Mom. Wife. Entrepreneur. Dog Lover (but not in that way) and all around swell chick opens up in this weekly podcast venting, celebrating and rolling her eyes at how she could have done things differently. Celebrity guests (at least in her mind), round out the show guaranteed to make you laugh and/or groan at the excessive amount of ridiculousness that can occur in one quick pod. Join us and see what Nat could have done differently this week.
 
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Tropical storm Ian is already causing headaches for NASA as Florida prepares for what could be a major hurricane. Senate candidates are out on the trail just 45 days ahead of the midterm elections. Over 1,500 people have been detained in anti-mobilization protests in Russia. Italians go to the polls as far-right parties gain ground. And Roger Feder…
 
Post-tropical cyclone Fiona makes landfall in eastern Canada, bringing high winds and torrential rain. Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Ian is strengthening in the Caribbean and could threaten Florida next week. A judge in Arizona rules that an abortion ban dating back to 1901 can be enforced. Protests over the death of an Iranian women are spreading arou…
 
The Dow had its worst day since 2020, falling almost 500 points. Hurricane Fiona is barreling toward Canada, with Canadian forecasters predicting impact on the level of Hurricane Sandy. Four Russian-occupied areas of Ukraine began voting on whether to join Russia today - we'll tell you what President Joe Biden and other leaders are saying. A newly-…
 
This evening, we start with a CNN exclusive: former President Donald Trump’s attorneys are waging a secret court battle over what they claim is privileged information. Oil prices have plunged - but that might a red flag for the economy. Justice Department prosecutors have recommended against charging GOP Congressman Matt Gaetz in a sex-trafficking …
 
As “sham” referendums get underway in four Russian occupied areas of Ukraine, the US warns Moscow not to use nuclear weapons. President Joe Biden has announced new funding to tackle the opioid crisis - we’ll bring you the details. Hurricane Fiona is heading to Canada and residents have been told to prepare for the worst. Boeing has agreed to settle…
 
The West has called referendums in Russian-occupied areas in Ukraine a farce, but they are underway. Hong Kong says foreign travelers won’t have to quarantine anymore. An execution in Alabama was called off at the last minute - we’ll tell you why. Schools in LA are giving out a drug which reverses the effect of opioid overdoses. Plus, some good new…
 
Voting has begun in Russian occupied areas of Ukraine on whether to join Russia, but the so-called referendums aren't considered legitimate. Hurricane Fiona is heading to Bermuda and Canada, as people in Nova Scotia are being warned to prepare for potentially the worst storm the country has ever seen. The Boston Celtics have suspended their head co…
 
National correspondent on extremism and emerging issues Will Carless reports on a criminal trial that could redefine the movement. Plus, Russia begins mobilizing more citizens for military duty, money reporter Bailey Schulz looks at how Americans are feeling about inflation, the Boston Celtics suspend their coach and a grieving Mississippi family g…
 
House Democrats score a key win ahead of the midterms - passing a slate of policing and public safety bills. NATO condemns referendums planned in the Russian-occupied parts Ukraine. The US Department of Labor updates its estimates of pandemic unemployment benefit fraud. Leaders build bridges and lock horns at the UN General Assembly. Lastly, Japan …
 
We start this evening with a few choice words US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had for Russian President Vladimir Putin during a UN Security Council meeting today. The US says it's sanctioning Iran's morality police following the death of a woman in custody who allegedly violated the country's modesty laws. An abortion ban in Indiana that went …
 
The war in Ukraine has been a major theme at this week's U.N. meetings. Plus, national political correspondent Phillip Bailey explains why Arizona's secretary of state race is in the national spotlight, a new lawsuit accuses former President Donald Trump of fraud, money reporter Medora Lee looks at the impact of Federal Reserve rate hikes and anoth…
 
USA TODAY's James Brown reports. Plus, attorneys clash before a special master over Mar-a-Lago documents, Congressional editor Ledge King looks at the state of American democracy, world leaders meet amid a grim U.N. General Assembly and Hurricane Fiona gains strength. (Audio: Associated Press) Episode Transcript available here Also available at art…
 
The queen has been laid to rest. What's next for King Charles III? Plus, national political correspondent David Jackson says investigations involving Donald Trump may help him politically, Adnan Syed has been freed from prison after his case grabbed attention on the 'Serial' podcast, education reporter Alia Wong looks at school book bans and the Bi…
 
The queen's funeral is today after more than a week of national and global mourning. Plus, Hurricane Fiona moves through the Caribbean, Ukraine says it found Russian torture devices, money and tech reporter Bailey Schulz looks at whether TikTok could be used as the new Google and there's a shakeup in the college football coaches' poll. (Audio: Asso…
 
The term "quiet quitting" has been used a lot lately. It means different things to different people but the term essentially means you are drawing a line with your employer and saying you are not going beyond your duties. The term really became popular after millions of people watched a Tiktok created by Zaid Leppelin where he talked about what qui…
 
Primary season is over, and we are less than 60 days away from the midterm elections. We examine what’s at stake in November, preview the key races to watch and look at how the abortion issue is galvanizing voters of both parties in a key governor’s race. Guest: Dana Bash, CNN Chief Political Correspondent To learn more about how CNN protects liste…
 
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis flew migrants to Massachusetts this week. Plus, a special master has been appointed in the Trump documents investigation, President Joe Biden meets with the families of Brittney Griner and Paul Whelan, the queue reopens to pay respects to Queen Elizabeth II and it's Week 3 in college football. (Audio: Associated Press) See…
 
The deal includes a modest pay raise and better attendance policies. Plus, health reporter Adrianna Rodriguez talks about a group of experts calling out global leaders over COVID-19 failures, Ukraine continues to re-take villages on Russia's border, reporter Jordan Mendoza talks about Mexican Independence Day and Roger Federer retires from tennis. …
 
Education reporter Kayla Jimenez explains. Plus, Amtrak cancels some service ahead of a potential rail strike, prosecutors ask a Baltimore judge to vacate Adnan Syed's 1999 murder conviction, R. Kelly is convicted of more sex crimes and travel reporter Kathleen Wong looks at whether third party booking sites are worth it. (Audio: Associated Press) …
 
Patient safety reporter Karen Weintraub reports. Plus, President Joe Biden praises inflation legislation despite concerning numbers, the Jan. 6 House panel sets a date for its next hearing, money reporter Terry Collins explains how coding boot camps offer a career switch and a package explodes at Northeastern University. (Audio: Associated Press) E…
 
National correspondent Rick Jervis reports. Plus, reporter Jeanine Santucci explains a USA TODAY analysis that found many U.S. prisons don't have adequate air conditioning, Ukraine's military makes progress with its counter-offensive, Congressional reporter Dylan Wells says some Democratic women are hoping the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision m…
 
Reporter Jordan Mendoza explains. Plus, Ukraine pushes Russia back in a part of the country, reporter Medora Lee gives an update on inflation, President Joe Biden pays tribute to 9/11 victims and the Emmy Awards are tonight. (Audio: Associated Press, Netflix) Episode Transcript available here Also available at art19.com/shows/5-Things See Privacy P…
 
With the U.S. Open coming to a close, so does the career of arguably one of the greatest tennis players, Serena Williams. Williams is one of the most decorated and most prominent athletes of all time, winning 23 grand slam titles-second all time- and winning 14 major doubles titles all with her sister Venus-who is an all time great in her own right…
 
Queen Elizabeth II died last week at the age of 96, after ruling the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth for 70 years. We examine her life and legacy, what we can expect from King Charles III and how the monarchy moves forward amid criticisms of its colonial past. Guest: Christiane Amanpour, CNN Chief International Anchor To learn more about how CN…
 
Britain's new monarch has begun his reign. Plus, the Justice Department and former President Donald Trump propose special master candidates, Michigan governor kidnap plotters send a private investigator to a juror's workplace, Major League Baseball introduces rule changes and the U.S. Open wraps up. (Audio: Associated Press) See Privacy Policy at h…
 
King Charles III is at Buckingham Palace today for the first time as Britain’s new monarch – we’ll tell you how well-wishers greeted him and how mourners feel about Queen Elizabeth’s passing. Southern California is bracing for flash floods as it grapples with extreme heat and wildfires. The DOJ and the former President face more deadlines in the Ma…
 
Reporter Maria Puente outlines what happens next. Plus, we look back on Queen Elizabeth II's life and leaders around the world react to her death. Plus, the Justice Department appeals the appointment of a special master in former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago case and the U.S. prepares to send more money to Ukraine. (Audio: Associated Press) …
 
In this special edition of 5 Things we take a look at the life of Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest reigning monarch who’s passed away at the age of 96. We'll touch on her dedication to public appearances, her condolences in times of crisis and the controversies she faced over the last 70 years. To learn more about how CNN protects listener pri…
 
Both suspects are now dead after the attacks that left 10 dead. Plus, reporter Nick Penzenstadler talks about controversial technology that detectives are using with cell phone location data, California's heat wave rolls on, reporter Jordan Mendoza says nearly half of Americans have unused gift cards and the NFL season kicks off. (Audio: Associated…
 
Supreme Court correspondent John Fritze explains. Plus, a suspect remains at-large in Canada's stabbings, the U.N.'s atomic watchdog is pushing for a safe zone around the Zaporizhzhia power plant in Ukraine, international correspondent Kim Hjelmgaard looks into Britain's new prime minister and students in Uvalde return to school. (Audio: Associated…
 
The move marks a legal victory for former President Donald Trump in the aftermath of a document seizure last month. Plus, one suspect is dead while the other remains on the run after Canadian mass stabbings, President Joe Biden dismisses criticism that he's vilifying Republicans, 65 people are dead after an earthquake in China and the U.S. Open rol…
 
Suspects remain at-large. Plus, reporter Ken Tran gives an early preview of this fall's midterm elections, energy problems continue in Europe related to the conflict in Ukraine, reporter Cady Stanton talks about this week's record heat in California and NASA once again delays its Artemis 1 rocket launch. (Audio: Associated Press) Episode Transcript…
 
Presidential scandals have been around for probably as long as the office itself. Presidents from Andrew Johnson, Ulysses S. Grant, Richard Nixon, Bill Clinton and Donald Trump to name a few, have had scandals surround their presidency. Some were political, some were personal. The team at Five Things wanted to look deeper into presidential scandals…
 
This episode contains graphic descriptions of gun violence. According to a new analysis provided exclusively to CNN, the number of shootings involving automatic weapons in the US has sharply risen over the past few years. We examine how a small piece of plastic or metal can transform a semi-automatic weapon into a machine gun in a matter of moments…
 
Hear the latest from Mississippi's capital. Plus, finance reporter Elisabeth Buchwald talks credit scores, NASA will try its Artemis I mission again, college football's opening weekend rolls on and Serena Williams is defeated at the U.S. Open. (Audio: Associated Press) See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at…
 
White House correspondent Joey Garrison recaps a controversial speech. Plus, a water crisis continues in Mississippi's capital, wellness reporter Alia Dastagir looks at parental fears around comprehensive sex education, the CDC signs off on new COVID boosters and Serena and Venus fall in U.S. Open doubles. (Audio: Associated Press) Episode Transcri…
 
His lawyers continue to push for a document master. Plus, reporter Sarah Elbeshbishi explains how spanking in schools is still legal in some states, the FDA authorizes new boosters, wellness reporter Sars Moniuszko looks at the trend of 'quiet quitting' and Serena Williams rolls on at the U.S. Open. Episode Transcript available here Also available …
 
Officials are saying the former president may have obstructed the federal investigation. Plus, U.N. atomic energy officials arrive in Ukraine on a mission to Europe's largest power plant, race and justice reporter Tiffany Cusaac-Smith explains how segregation is still a persistent problem in U.S. schools, it's been 25 years since Princess Diana's d…
 
Hear the latest aftermath from the unprecedented search. Plus, education reporters Alia Wong and Kayla Jimenez look at a teacher shortage, NASA's Artemis 1 launch is temporarily scrapped, political reporter Ken Tran explains how local election officials are being pushed to the limit and the final U.S. Open of Serena Williams' career continues. (Aud…
 
National political reporter Mabinty Quarshie explains. Plus, devastating flooding has killed more than 1,000 in Pakistan, money reporter Elisabeth Buchwald looks deeper at Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's inflation comments, two people are dead after an Oregon grocery store shooting and NASA gets set to launch its Artemis missions. (Audio: …
 
Brooke Johns is an emergency room nurse in Las Vegas Nevada who offers a unique and very humanizing service to her patients. She brushes and braids their hair on her days off. Zulekha Nathoo from the USA TODAY franchise, Humankind shares Johns story with the team at 5 Things, including what got her started in doing this simple thing and why she kee…
 
This week marks one year since the United States military ended its 20-year war in Afghanistan, which culminated in chaos as the Taliban took control of the country. We reflect on what the last year has been like for the Afghan people as they prepare for a looming hunger crisis. We also examine how some Afghan women are working to continue their ed…
 
New alarms have been raised. Plus, monkeypox cases are dropping globally, markets dip after comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, college football returns and the Little League World Series wraps up. (Audio: Associated Press) See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#d…
 
The document is heavily redacted. Plus, Europe's biggest nuclear power plant in Ukraine is temporarily disconnected from the power grid, White House correspondent Joey Garrison looks at the political impact of President Joe Biden's student loan debt forgiveness, a rookie NFL punter allegedly gang-raped a minor and travel reporter Zach Wichter looks…
 
A judge has set a deadline for today. Plus, senior tech and economic opportunity reporter Jessica Guynn explains how Asian Americans are fighting back against anti Asian hate, new abortion bans take effect in several states, national housing and economy correspondent Swapna Venugopal looks at whether you should buy or rent and California paves the …
 
International reporter Kim Hjelmgaard reports on investigations into war crimes. Plus, President Joe Biden will announce student loan forgiveness, education reporter Alia Wong talks about book bans, the Uvalde school board considers firing school district police chief Pete Arredondo and a teenager is set to become the youngest person to fly around …
 
Hear the latest from a tense Ukraine. Plus, the Austin American-Statesman's Niki Griswold explains how Texas is requiring schools to display 'In God We Trust' posters, investigations are underway into Arkansas police officers beating a man on video, money reporter Bailey Schulz looks at the rising cost of tailgating and disaster is declared in Dall…
 
Several officers involved in her death were charged federally earlier this month. Plus, another 1.8 million monkeypox vaccine doses will be made available, education reporter Chris Quintana talks about public transit limitations for college students, Russia may target Ukrainian government buildings after a car explosion outside Moscow and the Parkl…
 
The recent discovery of Polio in New York City's wastewater got one listener curious. Amy from Arizona left a voice mail for the team at 5 Things asking how Polio was found? Were they looking for something else? And how worried should we be? So we did a little digging and spoke to two experts on the matter. We wanted to know how a disease that has …
 
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