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Direct Examination: The South Carolina Lawyer Podcast is a podcast by lawyers about law and legal issues in South Carolina. Hosted by Joseph Bias, Dayne Phillips, and Amber Fulmer. Visit our website at SCLawPod.com! Dayne Phillips (@sccrimlawyer): https://sccriminallaws.com/ Amber Fulmer (@redjudicata): https://jdooleylaw.com/ Joseph Bias (@JosephPBias) Contact us at DirectExaminationPodcast@gmail.com. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/direct-examination/support
 
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Immigration Review

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Immigration Review

Kevin A. Gregg, Esq. (kgregg@kktplaw.com)

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A weekly podcast of immigration case summaries and practice insights from your host, Kevin A. Gregg, a partner at the law firm Kurzban Kurzban Tetzeli & Pratt P.A. Each Monday, the Immigration Review podcast reviews the latest published opinions from the U.S. Supreme Court, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and all U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals—discussing some in depth, providing holdings for others, and always giving practical insights, rummaging through the week’s decisions so you don’t h ...
 
The Accountants Daily Podcast Network brings together the best of the Australian accounting profession within one dedicated platform – delivering the latest headlines and insights directly to you. Lead by Accountants Daily editor Jotham Lian, the Accountants Daily Podcast Network includes a number of focused programs, including: Accountants Daily Insider, and the Australian Accounting Awards Finalist Showcase. Get in touch with us on Twitter via @AcctsDaily and join conversations with your p ...
 
Don't have time for a full news hour? Listen to the PBS NewsHour, segment by segment. Our full coverage of politics, science, arts, health, national and international news is included in this feed in easy-to-digest 5 to 10 minute segments. Segments are published each night by 9 p.m. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full show, Brooks and Capehart, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. ...
 
This podcast is for the woman who wants to transform her life new. As modern day male feminist Ten James reveals all the secrets behind the psyche of a man as well as a step by step blueprint to becoming “The New Woman”. With his uncensored and confrontational style he empowers women to take their power back from men and society and direct that energy within themselves. Embark on this amazing journey as he teaches you his strategies and techniques of Self Love and Emotional Mastery. Enjoy La ...
 
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SAGE Education

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SAGE Education

SAGE Publications Ltd.

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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE, with selected new podcasts that will span a wide range of subject areas including business, humanities, social sciences, and science, technology, and medicine. Our Podcasts are designed to act as teaching tools, providing further insight into our content through editor and author commentaries and interviews with special guests. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and ...
 
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In our news wrap Friday, an investigation is underway to determine what caused a Pittsburgh bridge to collapse into a ravine, hours before President Joe Biden visited the city to tout a new infrastructure law. COVID-19 cases have fallen 27 percent in the U.S. over the past two weeks, while the average number of new deaths rose 34 percent. Blizzard …
 
On the Ukraine crisis, there was a sharp juxtaposition Friday as the Pentagon warned that Russian troops could invade at any time, while Ukraine's president accused the West of sowing panic. Both statements came as Moscow provided its first comments on recent diplomatic moves. Nick Schifrin joins Judy Woodruff with more. PBS NewsHour is supported b…
 
President Joe Biden has made tackling climate change a central piece of his agenda. He's secured more money for renewable energy and proposed tougher regulations on carbon and methane emissions. But it's been a more complicated story when it comes to drilling for oil and gas. William Brangham has a look at how that's playing out. PBS NewsHour is su…
 
Later in this midterm election year, voters in 19 states will head to the polls with new, more restrictive voting laws on the books. One of those states is Texas, where the party primaries are just a few weeks away. Some voters and election workers say one provision in the new law in the Lone Star State is already causing confusion. Geoff Bennett r…
 
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics, including Texas' new restrictive voting law, the retirement of Justice Stephen Breyer and who may replace him on the Supreme Court. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
The Beijing Winter Olympics are a week away. Judy Woodruff talks about the upcoming games with Lindsey Vonn, the Olympic gold medal-winning alpine skier. She holds four overall world cup titles, and is one of only six women to have won World Cup races in all five disciplines of alpine skiing. She retired in 2019 and now has a new memoir, "Rise: My …
 
Justice Stephen Breyer's retirement announcement paves the way for President Joe Biden's promised nomination of a Black woman to the Supreme Court. White House correspondent Geoff Bennett begins the report, and congressional correspondent Lisa Desjardins joins Judy Woodruff with more on how the Senate may respond to his nominee options. PBS NewsHou…
 
In our news wrap Thursday, the U.S. economy rebounded strongly in 2021, with the best growth since 1984. Russia said there's little room for optimism after the U.S. rejected its security demands, but said dialogue on Ukraine is still possible. The Pentagon put out new guidance on limiting civilian casualties from air strikes. PBS NewsHour is suppor…
 
Justice Stephen Breyer leaves a storied legacy as he prepares to step down after more than 27 years on the bench. To reflect on what his absence will mean for the future of the Supreme Court, Judy Woodruff is joined by legal veterans Gregory Garre, a former U.S. Solicitor General who has argued in front of the court, and Neal Katyal, former acting …
 
It's been seven weeks since a series of ferocious tornadoes tore through Western Kentucky and surrounding areas, killing 90 people, and making hundreds more homeless. Kentucky's governor, and President Joe Biden, have promised whatever is needed to rebuild. William Brangham recently returned to the town of Mayfield, and found a community struggling…
 
Moderna and Pfizer announced they are moving forward with trials of a new booster designed to guard specifically against omicron. This comes as the CDC reported Thursday that a third shot of either of those vaccines substantially reduced the risk of hospitalizations among people with weakened immune systems. Amna Nawaz speaks with a top Moderna sci…
 
Syria is in the throes of conflict. In the northeast, Syrian Kurdish forces are fighting ISIS militants who forced a prison break last week. It's the largest recent ISIS resurgence. The president and his Russian allies are continuing airstrikes in Northwest Idlib province. But Syrian children are determined to pursue their education, video journali…
 
Viewers may remember the unlikely but true story of the Jamaican bobsled team that made it to the Olympics. It was a feat popularized in the 1993 film, "Cool Runnings." Now, Jamaica's bobsled team is back at it again. Lucy Watson from Independent Television News explains. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
New reports Wednesday indicate Justice Stephen Breyer plans to retire, raising questions about his replacement. President Joe Biden said he will wait for Breyer's formal announcement. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer cited the president's past words, indicating a desire to appoint America's first Black woman to the court. Senate Minority Leader…
 
In our news wrap Wednesday, the secretary general of the United Nations sounded a dire warning about Afghanistan. The Federal Reserve is ready to ratchet up interest rates in a bid to beat back inflation. The city of San Jose, California, has adopted the nation's first law to make gun owners carry liability insurance. PBS NewsHour is supported by -…
 
The Federal Reserve is shifting its approach to the economy and monetary policy. It's a major change after holding interest rates at near zero levels. Given the pandemic, it's not without its own risks. But the Fed chairman said the state of the economy required changing course. Lisa Desjardins begins the report, with more from Greg Ip, chief econo…
 
The United States and NATO on Wednesday rejected Russia's demands that Ukraine never be allowed to become a member of NATO, and that the expansion of NATO since 1997 be rolled back. Russian officials said they would study the written response they received, but blamed the West for taking aggressive actions and said it will take the necessary retali…
 
A key part of the Biden administration's plan to distribute free COVID tests depends heavily on the United States Postal Service. White House officials say that effort is going well, with tens of millions of tests now being shipped. But the U.S. Postal Service remains under intense scrutiny for its service, delivery, its finances and how its workfo…
 
People across Europe, Israel, and the world are preparing to mark international Holocaust Remembrance Day Thursday, commemorating millions of European Jews killed by Nazi Germany. The day was created in 2005 by the United Nations to sustain public awareness, which studies show has rapidly declined. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro shows one…
 
Ukraine's leaders on Monday tried to reassure the country, despite more than 100,000 Russian troops deployed near the nation's northern and eastern borders, and despite new announcements of Russian training exercises. The West considers an invasion as possibly imminent, and that fear is being felt on Ukraine's frontlines. Nick Schifrin reports. PBS…
 
In our news wrap Tuesday, Pfizer began a clinical trial of an updated COVID-19 vaccine designed to ward off the highly contagious omicron variant. The International Monetary Fund slashed its growth forecast citing the omicron variant and other factors. London's Metropolitan Police Service will investigate gatherings held at Prime Minister Boris Joh…
 
Ukraine's leaders on Monday tried to reassure the country, despite more than 100,000 Russian troops deployed near the nation's northern and eastern borders. Nick Schifrin speaks to Oksana Markarova, Ukraine's ambassador to the United States, about the country's tensions with Russia and intelligence on possible invasion. PBS NewsHour is supported by…
 
All across the country, states are busy at work redrawing congressional lines that will help determine the balance of power in Washington for the next decade. To check in on the status of this reapportionment in some key states based on the new 2020 census data, Judy Woodruff is joined by David Wasserman of The Cook Political Report. PBS NewsHour i…
 
Since the Taliban took over control of Afghanistan last year, the future of the country's women has been in peril. Many girls are barred from receiving an education, and women are prevented from holding many jobs. Back in 2019, special correspondent Jane Ferguson met with a female doctor in Kabul, and she recently returned to find that same doctor …
 
The highly contagious omicron variant has brought new daily COVID-19 case numbers to record highs this month. The magnitude of infections have again left many hospitals under tremendous pressure and on the brink. In Texas, where just 58 percent of the state is fully vaccinated, hospitalizations have risen dramatically -- by 80 percent in some citie…
 
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