Today, Explained

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episode 448: Impeachment TV: Mr. Sondland Goes to Washington


The most-anticipated testimony of the House impeachment inquiry was held today on Capitol Hill. It did not disappoint.


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episode 447: Impeachment TV, Part 2 of 2


The House impeachment inquiry just had its biggest day yet. Vox’s Andrew Prokop explains how things changed when Republicans called witnesses.


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episode 446: Impeachment TV, Part 1 of 2


The House impeachment inquiry just had its biggest day yet. It was so big we couldn't fit it all into one episode.


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episode 445: Let's talk about that party in Spain


Spain's far-right party just won more than 50 seats in its parliament, reminding some of the country's fascist past. Yes, the party is called "VOX".


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episode 444: Noise will be noise


After hearing a mysterious whine in suburban Arizona, Karthic Thallikar started on a journey that would ultimately lead to the center of the internet.


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episode 443: Hotel ISIS


Turkey says it’s “not a hotel” for ISIS, and is deporting fighters and their families. The problem is their native countries don’t want them back.


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episode 442: Bill and Kent's congressional adventure


The first public hearing in the impeachment inquiry was held today. Vox’s Andrew Prokop explains the significance of the testimonies given by Ambassador William Taylor and George Kent, deputy assistant secretary at the State Department.


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episode 441: Who is above the law?


Today the Supreme Court heard the case about a border patrol agent who shot and killed a 15-year-old boy. Ian Millhiser explains why it could make holding federal agents accountable a lot harder.


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episode 440: The world's most profitable company


Aramco, the secretive oil company that made Saudi Arabia rich, is going public after 86 years. Some say the timing couldn’t be worse.


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episode 439: Streaming: Infinity War


Disney+. Apple TV+. Netflix. HBO Max. Peacock. Which streaming service will win the great war to come?


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