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12 Podcasts Hosted By Women To Listen To This Fall

There are a plethora of podcasts to go around for everyone, no matter your taste or how you listen, but there’s really been no better time to hear powerful podcasts hosted by brilliant women.

News Podcast: Abuse In Catholic Orphanages

News podcast covering child abuse at St. Joseph's Catholic Orphanage, deepfakes and fake news, and world news from NAFTA to Myanmar.

News Podcast: What's Next For Manafort And Cohen?

News podcast about the Paul Manafort verdict and Michael Cohen guilty plea, FaceFirst facial recognition software, and the new BuzzFeed News Opinion podcast, What's Left.

News Podcast: The Girl In The Woods

News podcast episode about Mujey Dumbuya's murder, former CIA director John Brennan's security clearance, and the week's biggest headlines.

The News Podcast: Audie Cornish Shows Her Work

Audie Cornish, host of NPR's All Things Considered and Profile from BuzzFeed News, hops in the studio and we get updates on the Paul Manafort trial from our politics crew.

The News: Nothing To Calm Down About 😬

How many drug overdoses are unrecognized suicide attempts, what happens when you use your phone like a 10-year-old, and how the Helsinki summit will matter six months from now.

The News Podcast: Butts In Seats 🎥

This week on the podcast: What makes a movie a summer blockbuster in 2018? Also, the Fake News Quiz makes a strong comeback.

Oddisee On How He Works On Albums During Ramadan

Sudanese American artist Oddisee, aka Amir Mohamed, talks about working during Ramadan, learning from his travels, and how his experiences growing up in the DC metro area around other black, immigrant, and Muslim families affected his rap.

"The News" Ep. 2: This City's Got No Law

The story of Jose Martinez, or El Mano Negra, a quick update on Gaza and North Korea, Alexa for kids, and fake news debunking.

Here’s What I Learned From Performing My First Halal Slaughter

On Eid al-Adha, Muslims around the world slaughter and donate a portion of lamb, goat, or cow in honor of Abraham’s sacrifice of his son. I went to a slaughterhouse in Detroit to figure out if I had the stomach to kill the animals I consume.

Did This All Really Start With The Zapatistas?

Zeynep Tufekci, author of Twitter and Tear Gas: The Power and Fragility of Networked Protest talks about how social media has shaped modern protest movements, censorship and surveillance—plus whether Mark Zuckerberg should run for office, and why activists always hang out at McDonalds.

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