Jon and Dan break down New York’s big winners, Trump’s “reset button” (3:00), Bernie’s bleak outlook (12:00), Hillary’s hopes for Sanders support (18:00), and new ways to recruit millennial voters (25:00). Then, Savannah Guthrie, co-anchor of ‘The Today Show,’ joins (28:00) to discuss covering the White House beat and the…
Source: Ep. 95: 'Keepin' It 1600' With Savannah Guthrie
Juliet and Amanda advocate for Australian biosecurity by breaking down Johnny Depp and Amanda Heard’s apology video. Then, they tackle the greatest moments in celebrity apology with Ariana Grande (16:00), Kristen Stewart (25:00), Kanye West (32:00), and Jeremy Piven (36:00).
Source: Ep. 94: 'Jam Session' With Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins
Jalen Rose and David Jacoby talk Tom Thibodeau’s new job, Warriors get tested where it counts, Celtics need much help and Hip-Hop sets off alarms in t…
Source: BIG News In Minnesota, Kobe Bryants' Tales, LeBron Claps Back, Obama Dominates, McGregor Calls It Quits, and Twitter Questions
The Ringer’s David Shoemaker talks to six-time MMA Journalist of the Year Ariel Helwani about Conor McGregor’s retirement announcement, Jon Jones vs. Ovince Saint Preux, and more.
Source: Ep. 93: McGregor Retirement With Ariel Helwani
HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons chats with comedian Louis C.K. about owning his own show (‘Horace and Pete’), battling the stigma of “being broke” (18:00), internet headline culture (28:00), the creative decisions behind ‘Horace and Pete’ (35:00), the ‘Golden Globes’ with Jessica Lange (45:00), Garry Shandling’s silent impact (52:00),…
Source: Ep. 92: Louis C.K.
There is no better show than watching a great third baseman, and the Rockies’ Nolan Arenado makes every game a must-watch event at the hot corner.
Source: Colorado Rockies' Nolan Arenado puts on a show every game
Which team won the Philly-Cleveland deal? Bill Barnwell breaks down both sides, concluding that Cleveland made the right move — assuming that the QB at No. 2 doesn’t become a star.
Source: 2016 NFL draft – Cleveland Browns likely to come out ahead in draft deal with Philadelphia
A company called Eternime hopes digital versions of our personalities will be able to ‘communicate’ through chat-bots from the grave. But we can’t cheat death“Become virtually immortal”. That is one of the slogans found on the hauntingly cheerful website for Eternime – a start-up firm aiming to let you store…
Source: Can you become 'virtually immortal'? A Silicon Valley start-up thinks so | Dave Schilling