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  • What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? | Henry Farrell,Mitch Douglas (introduction)

    What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 37 mins)
    • By Henry Farrell, Mitch Douglas (introduction)
    • Narrated By Lorelei King, Peter Ganim
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    The neighbors all whisper about the two sisters who live on the hill: It's Blanche Hudson who lives in that house, you know. The Blanche Hudson, who starred in big Hollywood films all those years ago. Such a shame her career ended so early, all because of that accident. They say it was her sister, Jane, who did it - that she crashed the car because she was drunk. They say that's why she looks after Blanche now, because of the guilt. That's what they say, at least.

  • North Korea Just Called Trump's Bluff. So What Happens Now? | Henry Farrell 

    North Korea Just Called Trump's Bluff. So What Happens Now?

    • UNABRIDGED (6 mins)
    • By Henry Farrell 
    • Narrated By Sam Scholl
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    This threat was a response to a continuing series of provocations by North Korea. However, it only took a couple of hours for North Korea to respond — by escalating their threats. North Korea’s official news agency reported a couple of hours later that Pyongyang was “threatening” missile strikes near Guam, where the U.S. has several military bases.

    "North Korea Just Called Trump's Bluff. So What Happens Now?" is from the August 09, 2017 Monkey Cage section of The Washington Post. It was written by Monkey Cage and narrated by Sam Scholl.

  • The Truth Behind Ireland’s Dead Babies Scandal | Henry Farrell

    The Truth Behind Ireland’s Dead Babies Scandal

    • UNABRIDGED (5 mins)
    • By Henry Farrell
    • Narrated By Jill Melancon
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    The dead babies scandal in Ireland has taken a new turn, as investigators have confirmed that significant quantities of human remains in two underground structures, one a decommissioned septic tank. A sampling of the remains suggested that they were from human infants, ranging from foetuses at approximately 35 weeks of development to children 3 years old. These remains seem to date from the 1925 to 1961 period when a Catholic order of nuns, the Bon Secour sisters, ran a home for unmarried mothers on the premises.

    "The Truth Behind Ireland’s Dead Babies Scandal" is from the March 03, 2017 World section of The Washington Post. It was written by Henry Farrell and narrated by Jill Melancon.

  • Called Out | Henry Farrell

    Called Out

    • UNABRIDGED (8 mins)
    • By Henry Farrell
    • Narrated By Kevin Stillwell
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    By now, the details of Apple’s fight with the FBI are well known: the FBI wants access to an iPhone belonging to the deceased terrorism suspect Syed Farook, who was involved in the San Bernardino, California, attack on December 2, 2015. Farook’s iPhone is encrypted, so the FBI wants Apple to issue a tailored software update that would allow it to bypass the encryption. Apple has refused to write special software that would eliminate its security protections.

  • The Transatlantic Data War | Henry Farrell,Abraham Newman

    The Transatlantic Data War

    • UNABRIDGED (24 mins)
    • By Henry Farrell, Abraham Newman
    • Narrated By Kevin Stillwell
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    Last October, the European Court of Justice struck down the Safe Harbor agreement, a 15-year-old transatlantic arrangement that permitted US companies to transfer data, such as people’s Google-search histories, outside the EU. In invalidating the agreement, the ECJ found that the blurry relationship between private-sector data collection and national security in the United States violates the privacy rights of EU citizens whose data travel over-seas.

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