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The Daily

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Description

This moment demands an explanation. This show is on a mission to find it. Only what you want to know, none of what you don’t. Hosted by Michael Barbaro. Powered by New York Times journalism. Twenty minutes a day, five days a week, ready by 6 a.m.

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My new go to

What a great concept. Can't wait for the dailies. The Run-Up was my "go to" podcast during the election. Michael Barbaro is a fantastic host; all the hard work & dedication is evident in delivering high quality journalism.... Grateful for someone seeking deeper truths in a bizarro world of alternative facts, helping us make sense of the senseless.

Excellent

Top-notch. First episode was a little reminiscent of Radiolab, which put me off a bit, but they quickly dispensed with the polish and stuck to old school journalism. Love it. Brief, thorough, essential.

Good but missed one huge fact while giving a lot of time to the right

How can you do a story on the Hobby Lobby case stating only that it is "family-owned"? In fact Hobby Lobby is owned by a corporation (whose shareholders are family members). This is a distinction with a very big difference- judge Gorsuch had to find that corporations are capable of having religious views. That is an abomination on reason and rationality that will have ramifications far into the future, no matter how silver-tongued the writer.

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