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News Items Podcast with John Ellis
Ninety percent of the news out there tells you nothing about where the world is going — ten percent of it tells you everything. Every afternoon on the News Items Podcast with John Ellis, John and Rebecca Darst focus on that ten percent — news that’s interesting, important or both. The podcast is based on John Ellis’ News Items, an email newsletter that goes out to organizations including the Council on Foreign Relations, Samsung Next, and the Wall Street Journal. Tune in every Monday through Thursday afternoon to hear decades of journalistic experience packed into 20 or so minutes of...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.3 stars from 57 ratings
Great Pod
Great pod
Nahomt14 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/04/21
Smart
This and the news items news letter are the only way to get your news. Cuts through all the fluff and keeps you informed on what is actually important. Must listen!
mdafknPIMP via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/12/21
Awesome show!
Love the hosts and the stories they cover! Stuff you won’t hear on other daily news podcasts, but super important to being informed!!
sts050992 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/09/21
Recent Episodes
John interviews Walter Russell Mead, Global View Columnist at The Wall Street Journal, about America's evolving role as the world's leading power. This is a longer, unedited version of the interview that ran on Monday, May 3.
Published 05/07/21
Here are the news items: Author and science journalist Nicholas Wade publishes a detailed Medium post making his case for the “lab escape” theory of SARS-CoV-2 origin. IBM has reached a new level of smallness in computer chip manufacture: 2 nanometers. Embattled Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) goes...
Published 05/06/21
Here are the news items: China is on track to build eight million electric cars a year by 2028, more than the rest of the world combined. Researchers at the University of Michigan think they’ve found a “gate for conscious awareness” — the part of the brain that filters information and controls...
Published 05/05/21
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