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CBC News: The World This Hour
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As Canada's most trusted audio newscast, THE WORLD THIS HOUR brings you a Canadian perspective on what's happening here, and around the world right now... wherever and whenever you want it. Every hour, every day, we are there with the best of CBC journalism, so you can hear and feel the world change, and know why it matters to you.
 
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FOX News Radio Newscast
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The Power of FOX News on Radio! Hourly Newscast
 
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English News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN
 
This is the latest news in English from NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN. This service is daily updated. For more information, please go to https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/.
 
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NPR News Now
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The latest news in five minutes. Updated hourly.
 
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SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia
 
Listen to interviews, features and community stories from the SBS Radio Indonesian program, including news from Australia and around the world. - Dengarkan wawancara, fitur dan laporan komunitas di Radio SBS Program Bahasa Indonesia, termasuk berita dari Australia dan dari seluruh dunia.
 
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NPR Programs: All Things Considered : NPR
 
Every weekday, All Things Considered hosts Robert Siegel, Audie Cornish, Ari Shapiro, and Kelly McEvers present the program's trademark mix of news, interviews, commentaries, reviews, and offbeat features. Michel Martin hosts on the weekends.
 
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SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ
 
Listen to interviews, features and community stories from the SBS Radio Vietnamese program, including news from Australia and around the world. - Nghe phỏng vấn, tường thuật và phóng sự cộng đồng trên chương trình Việt ngữ của SBS Radio, kể cả tin tức nước Úc và thế giới.
 
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BBC Minute
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One minute of the world's most shareable news - updated every half an hour, 24/7
 
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NPR Programs: Morning Edition : NPR
 
Morning Edition takes listeners around the country and the world with multi-faceted stories and commentaries every weekday. Hosts Steve Inskeep, David Greene and Rachel Martin bring you the latest breaking news and features to prepare you for the day.
 
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FOX News Radio Newscast
 
Latest Hourly FOX News Radio NewscastBy podcast@foxnewsradio.com (FOX News Radio).
 
NPR News: 01-19-2018 10AM ET
 
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BBC Minute
 
Drop into BBC Minute every half an hour, 24/7, for the biggest news, sport, technology, health, science, social media and business stories; all in 60 seconds
 
CBC News: The World This Hour for 2018/01/19 at 09:00 EST
 
Rachel Martin talks to Marc Short, White House director of legislative affairs, about the chances of a government shutdown Friday night. NPR's Susan Davis weighs in on the conversation.
 
Days after Louise and David Turpin's 13 children were found malnourished and some shackled to furniture, the California couple have been charged with torture, child abuse and false imprisonment.
 
Steve Inskeep asks Democratic Sen. Chris Van Hollen of Maryland if he's willing to let the government shut down to secure promises on immigration overhaul. NPR's Susan Davis weighs in on the topic.
 
NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN - English News at 20:00 (JST), January 19
 
The crumpled blue-and-white Dixie cup was snagged by a fan in 1956, after Elvis Presley performed at the Tulsa Fairgrounds Pavilion. The auction closes Sunday. Bids already have surpassed $1,200.
 
The couple had planned to tie the knot next months but their Catholic church was destroyed in a massive earthquake. The pontiff asked if they'd like him to marry them right then? They agreed.
 
Rachel Martin talks to Kristan Hawkins, president of the anti-abortion group Students for Life America, about what she wants to hear from President Trump when he addresses the March for Life rally Friday.
 
Vice President Mike Pence will be in Cairo Saturday. He and Egypt's president will talk about everything from fighting terrorism to protecting religious minorities.
 
Seven years ago a Tunisian fruit seller set himself on fire in protest. The uprisings he helped start have long faded but self-immolation has taken hold as an act of desperation among Tunisians.
 
The House approved a short-term spending bill that would keep the government open. Will the Senate follow suit? And, media are reporting allegations that President Trump had an affair in 2006.
 
If Congress does not pass a spending bill, the government shuts down Friday night. Rachel Martin talks to Republican Rep. Tom Garrett of Virginia, a member of the Freedom Caucus.
 
In Trump's first year in office 34 percent of top aides have either resigned, been fired or moved to different positions. That level of turmoil is off the charts compared with recent presidencies.
 
Steve Inskeep talks to Paul Farhi of The Washington Post about media coverage of Stormy Daniels, the adult film actress who allegedly had an affair with Donald Trump in 2006.
 
President Trump visited southwestern Pennsylvania on Thursday, an area dominated by the coal industry which is feeling positive after his first year in office.
 
Several lawsuits filed last year allege Donald Trump violated the Constitution's Emoluments Clause as he entangles the presidency with his businesses. One suit has been dismissed.
 
The website The Awl and its sister site The Hairpin are shutting down. The two sites always valued lively, thoughtful writing — even as the media landscape shifted around them.
 
History hasn't been kind to British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, who tried to head off war by appeasing Adolf Hitler. But Robert Harris' new novel Munich asks readers to reconsider Chamberlain.
 
On the anniversary of the Women's March in Washington, D.C., organizers say marches this year are less about outrage and more about political organizing.
 
Until she put her own feelings before the judgments others made about her, April Gibson says she, as a young mother, "felt like I didn't deserve to feel the way women who do the right things do."
 
Understanding our history and how our country established provides us a better understanding of our legislation, the strengh of the legal system with Upper House and Common House, the potential risk of foreign powers who try to interfere into our system in many sophisicated ways. Being informed supports voters to vote well in order to protect t ...…
 
A heatwave is blasting three Australian states, with temperatures above 40 degrees forcing the cancellation of many sporting events. - Đợt nóng trong mấy ngày qua tại Adelaide, Victoria và New South đã ảnh hưởng đến một số cuộc tranh tài thể thao khiến các chuyên viên kêu gọi cần xem lại thiết kế của các vận động trường.…
 
For more than 60 years guide dogs have played an integral role for many visually impaired or disabled Australians. An art exhibition has just opened in Sydney celebrating their contribution and highlighting the need for volunteers across the country to help raise guide dogs-in-training. - Trong hơn 60 năm qua, những em chó dẫn đường đã đóng một ...…
 
As the Greens spearhead calls to shift the January 26 date, a new poll shows that most Australians aren't too worried about changing the date; According to research by Australian Scholarship Group, the cost of schooling has jumped 61 per cent since 2008. - Đảng Xanh đang vận động đổi ngày Australia Day trong khi Liên Đảng và Lao Động ti ...…
 
South China Sea militarization, hypersonic weapons, Chinese oceanography, and counter A2/AD poised for major advances in 2018. - Quân sự hóa Biển Đông, chạy đua vũ trang siêu âm, và khả năng kiểm soát lòng biển có vẻ là những vấn đề trọng tâm của các cường quốc trong khu vực Á Châu-Thái Bình Dương-Ấn Độ Dương trong n ...…
 
The House has passed a short-term spending bill, but a government shutdown is still possible as Democrats appear ready to block the measure in the Senate.
 
On Thursday, USA Gymnastics announced they will stop using the Karolyi Ranch — the site of many of the atrocities committed against Olympians by Larry Nassar, the team's former doctor.
 
Microorganisms play a vital role in growing food and sustaining the planet, but they do it anonymously. Scientists haven't identified most soil microbes, but they are learning which are most common.
 
Tight budgets and shrinking infrastructure money from Washington have more states hiking tolls and adding tollways to raise money to fix and repair roads and bridges.
 
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NPR Programs: All Things Considered : NPR
 
The TV show's early sketches lovingly skewered the city's progressive optimism and "Keep Portland Weird" mindset. It was an image Portlanders embraced, then struggled with.
 
NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with Roger Severino about the new Department of Health and Human Services Division of Conscience and Religious Freedom, which is intended to protect people from discrimination if they refuse to participate in health services, against their beliefs.
 
The city experienced the darkest month in its recorded history in December. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with reporter Charles Maynes, who lived through those nearly sunless weeks.
 
The federal government could shut down by Friday at midnight if lawmakers in Congress can't agree to keep the government funded. President Trump has muddied the situation by making contradictory statements about his position.
 
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NPR Programs: All Things Considered : NPR
 
President Trump's proposed border wall has long been a rallying cry for his supporters. Aides say Trump's views on the wall have evolved over time, but the president insists his plan is still rock solid.
 
NPR obtained data from the United States Department of Justice that shows adults with intellectual disabilities suffer from an epidemic of sexual assault. Many keep their sexual assaults a secret, and it can isolate them, telling NPR they worry it proves they are not competent to live and work independently.…
 
As the possibility of a government shutdown looms, NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., who says he opposes the stopgap funding mechanism that would keep the government open. Instead, he proposes that Congress stays in town until it can pass a long-term deal.
 
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NPR Programs: All Things Considered : NPR
 
President Trump has talked about a war on coal. He also talks about job killing regulations on coal. He's right that the coal industry is in decline, but the biggest threat isn't regulation, it's the free market.
 
Voters in rural Pennsylvania were crucial to electing President Trump. A year after he took office, they are mostly pleased with how Trump has executed his presidency.
 
Donald Trump's inauguration speech may be remembered for his description of "American carnage." But one year later, we look at how good of a roadmap it was for his first year as president.
 
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NPR Programs: All Things Considered : NPR
 
The is not the first time Congress has had little time left to find a deal to prevent a government shutdown. But what lessons were learned from previous government shutdown showdowns? Who has the power, who gets the blame, and what does the history of these confrontations tell us about this current situation?…
 
Google's popular art selfie feature isn't available in Illinois or Texas. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Matthew Kluger, a law professor at NorthwesternUniversity, about how biometric privacy laws are affecting tech companies in certain states.
 
Los Angeles Times CEO and Publisher Ross Levinsohn has been a defendant in two sexual harassment lawsuits; female colleagues have repeatedly challenged his conduct in the workplace at various firms.
 
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NPR Programs: All Things Considered : NPR
 
This blood test detected signs of cancer in 70 percent of people with eight common forms of the disease. But it was much less good at identifying cancer in people in the early stages.
 
Many Americans may be weary of the war in Afghanistan. But a new movie is betting big on the true story of Green Berets on horseback who made the early days of the fight look deceptively easy.
 
The Division of Conscience and Religious Freedom is being established to aid health workers with objections rooted in conscience or religion to treating certain people and performing some procedures.
 
Scientists believe they have solid evidence that repeated direct hits to the head can cause the degenerative brain disease seen in some athletes, even if there are no signs of concussion.
 
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NPR Programs: Morning Edition : NPR
 
Sentencing is underway for Larry Nassar, the former doctor for Olympics gymnasts, over his conviction for sexual assault. Dozens of victims are making impact statements and confronting him.
 
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