We meet Franco A., an officer in the German military who lived a double life as a Syrian refugee and stands accused of plotting an act of terrorism to bring down the German government.

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ExcellentI’m in the UK and this is my lifeline to what’s going on in the US, which affects all of us. I love the scope and depth which is delivered in bite size episodes - thank you.Score: 5/5

Often biased and hyperbolicDo better. Your listeners deserve to hear more balanced reporting..Score: 3/5

Diana and Meghan showI love The Daily but this episode leads me to reconsider my subscription. It was one sided, loaded with words like, ‘obviously’ and ‘clearly’ instead of ‘I guess’. The commentary was not the usual story telling of impartial publications. I’m really disappointed. Far too many assumptions from yet another ‘royal correspondent’ lacking knowledge and confusing self opinion with journalism..Score: 1/5

Excellent show. Maybe better than the paperMichael Barbaro is quirky, but he’s a good presenter. You can always tell when the presenter gives more time to his guest then to himself..Score: 5/5

Coverage on Israel/PalestineHere’s what you need toknowtoday: You could improve your coverage on Israel/Palestine by re-examining the language you use to describe events, and getting more Palestinian voices on for a more balanced opinion, or if that’s too much to ask, at least some more impartial reporting. You can do better!.Score: 1/5

Don’t know the difference between England and UKAt the end of Mondays podcast said all of Britain was going back into a national lockdown. Only England is doing this. Would have hoped they knew better..Score: 3/5

MmmmmmGood podcast but the presenter needs to be quiet when the guests are speaking. He’s constantly replying with mmmmmm which is distracting. Otherwise good..Score: 3/5

InformativeI’ve from Devon in the U.K., love this podcast, I enjoy Michael’s interview technique.and his quirky active listening noises, it’s incisive and interesting.Score: 5/5

At its best, it is brilliantThis podcast gives a longer format than a newspaper article, so you get to hear the full back story and context, and gain an appreciation of the sheer amount of investigation and time and energy that goes into every story- and I especially love that the brilliance and the personalities of the reporters get to shine through, since you often miss that in the printed news..Score: 5/5

Stories lack substanceLots of music and clever editing telling stories full of emotive nothingness! Standards have dropped through the floor..Score: 2/5

Complete misreading of Boris JohnsonAs someone living in the UK I was deeply upset by the episode on Tuesday, May 12, 2020. To say that Boris Johnson and his government are showing signs of caution in their measures to ease the lockdown is, in my humble opinion, wildly beside the point. Doctors and frontline workers are still not getting the protective equipment that they need and vulnerable people are hugely at risk by vague government guidance to go back to work and to ‘stay alert’. Is this not another case of government failing to take responsibility for its mishandling of the crisis by relegating responsibility to its citizens? How does it fit in with a conservative governments agenda of weakening the NHS and handing lucrative contracts to private companies no matter what the cost to public health? I am a big fan of The Daily and it’s attempts to roll back to where a story actually starts, but in this case it feels like you have merely skimmed the surface of a story and misrepresented its real significance..Score: 1/5

A once great paperNow a big pile of left wing 💩.Score: 1/5

Boris Johnson’s Change of HeartI usually love The Daily but the coverage of UK was journalism at its laziest. The podcast barely scratched the surface of the absolute catastrophic failings of the UK government and the colossal number of deaths which is significantly impacted along race and class lines. Please get your facts right and actually utilise journalists who live in London..Score: 1/5

High quality stuffDon’t miss it..Score: 5/5

Annie Brown’s vocal fryAt the end of every sentence is painful to listen to. Very distracting. A poor radio voice not to mention unhealthy for the vocal cords..Score: 4/5

Best news podcastMichael’s voice is soooo soothing. I’m in the UK and I always go to sleep listening to The Daily. I love it!.Score: 5/5

My faveI love this podcast. It’s better than a conventional news podcast because it goes deep on one subject rather than shallow on lots of topics..Score: 5/5

U.K. listenerLove the pod, but so agree with others that some of the analysis on the U.K. is not great.Score: 4/5

Lifetime listenerI’ve listened to The Daily since its first episode, back in February 2017. I’ve always found it an interesting and relevant source of news, with human stories at its heart. I listen to a lot of current affairs podcasts which give me a range of perspectives, and as a UK listener the Daily gives clear insights and straightforward explanations of the intricacies of US politics. Having said this, I agree with other reviewers that some of their recent coverage of UK politics has been a bit... shallow, but nevertheless asking interesting questions about topics I’m already familiar with. I’ve just listening to the rabbit hole series, which I would highly recommend. Here’s to a long future for this podcast!.Score: 5/5

The Saga of Michael FlynnVery disappointed with the slanted tone of this episode. Nearly all commentary weighted toward the Flynn/Barr trope of what a miscarriage of justice this was. Only a fleeting wave at the fact there is another side to the story. No mention at all of the fact Flynn’s guilty plea arose from a plea agreement with the Mueller team, where he agreed to plead guilty to one minor offence, where they would recommend no jail time which he admitted he committed. He would then not to be prosecuted for several offences under FARA, that he also admitted. How about a little more ‘both sidesism’. Shoddy reporting..Score: 1/5

Tilly - 3 months inI’ve listened to this whilst out in my English country garden, weeding and such. Beautiful day and then I happened upon Tilly. What a strong little girl she is. A thought provoking interview, well handled. I’m a granny and would like to think I bring something special to my little bears too. Sadly it’s the price you pay for love. I wish that little girl all the very best for her future; keep looking up at the stars 🇬🇧.Score: 5/5

The Construction of (US) NewsAs some reviewers say, the Daily really is great and a bit of a boogy man. At its best, it talks one to one with an expert or a person involved in an issue and thus gives you the inside track on that issue. Because of this, it is extremely informative. On the flip side, it is very much a construction. Some find the music annoying, in that it dramatises the news. Sometimes this is clearly unnecessary and is designed to simply play on your emotions. Or am I meant to think deeply about something during 'that' dramatic pause? It likewise has a tendency to lean towards over sentimentality (particularly around children). Even though I’m not American, it has become a joke when I listen to the political analysis that the coverage will be anti-Sanders. Almost all US politicians would be considered to the right of their European counterparts, so terms like ‘moderate’ are almost entirely meaningless. On the flip side, getting a US liberal perspective on events outside the US can offer some insights..Score: 3/5

Gene Chance...SaturdayThis was such a brilliant episode. I quite listed up. I love the Daily. Live in the countryside and never miss an episode. Huge thanks to Mike and the team..Score: 5/5

ExcellentVery clear and objective reporting. Some fascinating interviews, well conducted and informative. Michael is doing a great job, just wish we in the UK would have more of his type. A must listen to programme. Thanks NYT!.Score: 5/5

Boris Johnson’s change....Re-writing history here......??!!.Score: 1/5

ENOUGH WITH THE MUSIC PLS!Excellent reporting. PLEASE STOP THE MELODRAMATIC MUSIC!!!! I really don’t need to be told how to feel about any story you are reporting, I can make up my mind. Don’t US citizens understand something unless there’s music attached to it? Objective reporting should rely on the content, not on sentimental music....Score: 3/5

Boris coverage a bit laughableHave to agree with the other reviewers commenting on the recent UK/Boris episode. Way way way off the mark. The first time I’ve been properly disappointed by The Daily’s coverage..Score: 2/5

Love itI’m a listener from the U.K. love the podcast- think appropriate length, love the music and like the depth and perspective. Please keep going!.Score: 5/5

5 stars for Barbaro's EP'sBut Sunday Reads are hit and miss narrator-wise, production-wise! Sounds like there is a different producer every-time, the experienced and the inexperienced one. I often avoid listening to Sunday reads, although I find the topics of choice interesting and I would otherwise love to listen; either audio edit is so unprofessional or the narration is not very good, ( for example "The Agency", if you manage to listen to this all way through you are a hero!! It starts ok but then the narrator goes into a monotonous 'kill me now' mode, i loved the topic but couldn't listen past the half mark, and I tried hard. Sorry but this is probably the worst narration I've heard ever! there is no coherence and it sounds like someone is reading words that have no meaning?! Obviously this narrator either was not a professional( that doesn't always mean you get good work done), not interested in the topic, obliged to be working for free, or I don't know, maybe check in with a psychiatrist :) ) I can listen to Michael though, and all his guest journalists and guest topics! Thanks.Score: 3/5

Meghan & HarryYour coverage of Oprah interview with Meghan & Harry missed the mark... I am an American living in London. In my (over 25 yr) experience as an expat, the UK is far less racist than my own country. Some of the racism that is here however, could have been effectively addressed by Meghan from a unique and powerful platform which could have been hers, had she only been willing to do the work, be patient, and find some inner grit, rather than scuttling off to Santa Barbara. I am also quite uneasy hearing her speak of “her truth” as it is rather close in concept to Trump’s “alternative facts.” And why, does Meghan continue to use “Duchess of Sussex”, a title and honour directly linked to the very institution she rejects?.Score: 2/5

Well produced, but suffers from unfortunate biasA well produced show with input from professional journalists, and a clear attempt to report accurately the issues and politics behind the story. The show is at its best when dealing with subjects around technology, current affairs, and investigative journalism. Where it falls down badly is when dealing with societal issues, and politics. The show is clearly biased, and to a frustrating degree. I am not from the US but I would strongly suspect that the journalistic team associated with the show have strong liberal values, and associate with the political left. Stories covering US party politics, COVID 19, and human choice issues make little attempt at a balanced narrative or debate. These shows tend to be a 25 min dissertation on why liberal views are right. The recent show on transgender rights, for example, was a disappointing one-sided affair that is typical when it deals with these subjects. A decent listen, but I suspect there are shows out there that display better neutrality across all subjects..Score: 3/5

More of Astead & Maggie pleaseAt it’s best when doing investigative journalism - definitely not neutral and has some hit and misses - but a good intro / overview source (outside of the investigative deep dives). High points: Astead Herndon’s disarming and personal style and Maggie Haberman’s rigour and trustworthiness..Score: 4/5

Boris JohnsonThe Daily’s coverage of the U.K., and Johnson in particular, is so consistently poorly judged. Kind of stunned that this latest ep has so little analysis of how our ‘strict’ long lockdown is being executed with a deeply uneven impact across class / race lines. No mention of failures in testing and the idea that the nation is behind Johnson?? Excuse me but has your London Bureau Chief ever been here? Or just watched a couple of seasons of The Crown and felt like having a guess about our political situation?.Score: 1/5

Need TuhNerDeday‘Here’s what elf you neeed ...TuhNerDeday’ ‘Here’s what elf you neeed ...TuhNerDeday’ ‘Here’s what elf you neeed ...TuhNerDeday’ ‘Here’s what elf you neeed ...TuhNerDeday’ I love the coverage and analysis, but I’m struggling with Michael Barbaro’s intro and outro sequences. I don’t mind when he’s in discussion with someone else, even with the distinctive ‘Hmms!’ But the outro segue is starting to grate..Score: 3/5

It’s a morning ritual listenCould not recommend more.Score: 5/5

Here’s what you need taknowaday!Brilliantly informative on diverse issues. I’mmichaelbarbaro’s verbal ticks can be a wind up however still a great listen!.Score: 5/5

Patti LaBelle / Wesley MorrisI did not need to be crying before 9am in London. Yet, as an expat Philadelphia girl here I am. Thank you for reminding me how much joy and wisdom and pain is expressed through music. As we begin another day of demonstrations for justice, equality, and humanity, Patti Labelle’s music will be playing in my heart & soul. Thank you for sharing your wonderful story XL.Score: 5/5

America’s first coronavirusEven from across the water in the UK that was a powerful, emotional and tough listen. Great work as ever from you guys. Thank you.Score: 5/5

The DailyOutstanding reporting and in depth analysis. Thanks for doing what you do. Without journalism like this democracy would be even more at risk..Score: 5/5

UK reporting always disappointingI would prefer you to concentrate on American issues , whenever you try an edition which concentrates on UK issues you portray something which is unrecognisable to me . Where for instance did you find all the strange anti vaxxers , I know they exist but in very small numbers and you had a torrent of them ..Score: 2/5

Michael Barbaro please stop mmhmmingI love this podcast but please could someone tell Michael Barbaro to stop mmhmming and making other noises whilst his guests are speaking. It’s podcast / radio rule 101 that you do not provide the usual conversational “im listening” cues whilst your guest is talking ! So distracting I can’t absorb what’s being said and find myself tensing in anticipation of the next weird uhhuh/mmhMmm.Score: 1/5

It’s the annoying “uh huhs”Good content, but why does he say “hmm” or “uh huh” in that mildly surprised tone in that way? It’s really irritating.Score: 1/5

“KNOWTERDAY”Why ever cant this dude say “what you need to KNOW TODAY” ?? Sounds so ridiculous and undermines credibility of the programme. Speak English Sir..Score: 3/5

Boris Johnson’s Change of Heart...I love The Daily and find many of their episodes incredibly insightful. However their UK coverage can be slightly shallow (nothing against the guest journalists) and I found it particularly skewed in this weeks episode. Boris Johnson’s government has not been taking this crisis the most seriously, as the final line suggests. This tragedy has been acerbated by the government’s cuts to the NHS over the past ten years, a systemic failure to coordinate PPE within Europe and for paying ‘admiring’ lip service to our front line workers but often not paying them properly or sufficiently protecting them..Score: 1/5

InaccurateThink this is inaccurate to imply we Brits weren’t turning on Boris - while we didn’t wish him ill during his hospital stay, plenty of people remained critical of his approach both then and now..Score: 1/5

Clear, fact based news!Living oversea in the UK The Daily has been a constant reliable source of fact based new covering a wide range of complex topics. Love Michaels voice and his way of asking the questions we all want to understand. Great work by the Daily team!.Score: 5/5

So hit and miss, especially on the ukI love some episodes- for instance the one on the New York hospital - but their reporting on the uk is always flawed and laughable to anyone who lives in the country..Score: 3/5

Here’s what you need tuna dayI listen to this podcast every day from the UK and love it!.Score: 5/5

Don McNeil rocksI love the Daily, but whenever Don McNeil is on, I make sure I give it my full attention. A very wise man, thank you for your guidance. PS: I’m not a crazy Trekkie - but Don sounds just like John Billingsley - who played the (alien) doc on Enterprise!.Score: 5/5

How many black guests?As a loyal listener, I’ve recently become conscious of how many non white guests have been on the show. Colour shouldn’t matter but when there isn’t equal representation, it does..Score: 5/5

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Huge Fan ... with feedbackI listen to this podcast each weekday morning and find myself sharing it often. Whenever I am, i start my morning with The Daily. I’ve been listening to this and the Intelligence Report daily for over two years. As a Canadian listener, I can understand the American focus, but wish the deep dives and on the ground pieces were still just a portion or the episode, being sure to feature 2-3 topics per episode. You know your audience better than I do but you loose me during those long episodes. They’re interesting but not a full episode worth of interesting. Would encourage you to maintain an international lens - we all know Americans could use a healthy daily dose of non-US reporting..Score: 5/5

Facebook advertsI’m not sure why they allow to advertise on their podcast..Score: 3/5

Brought to you by the right-wing Israeli govtWell-produced, horribly biased..Score: 1/5

Long Covid épisodeJust like I suspected at the end they push the vaccine on you. They scare you. Then they push you to take the vaccine. How about taking care of your immune system. This is such a biased episode. I had respect for this podcast but this is truly eye opening..Score: 5/5

Love everybody on the Daily TeamCongratulations on having a baby, Micheal! 🥰🥳.Score: 5/5

How about thisHow about covering chevron refusing to pay a $9 billion dollar settlement to indigenous peoples of Ecuador and the private prosecution of the human rights lawyer who won the case?.Score: 3/5

A must-listen for esp current timesHow do people get through the day without this podcast ? Essential listening..Score: 5/5

Good Topics, Iffy HostThe host drives me crazy with awkward pausing/ pacing and his consistent “huh” whenever someone else is talking. I love the content but it’s terribly grating to listen to..Score: 3/5

Extremely biasedIt is unfortunate that they did not report the news, they report their point of you. That would be OK if this was an opinion piece..Score: 1/5

Compromised reportingThis show is compelling but they have so many ethical conflicts that they just flatly refuse to address. Running a Facebook ad in an episode taking a critical look at Big Tech business practices? Not a good look, guys..Score: 3/5

Thank you for speaking to Rahaf from GazaShe was an eloquent speaker and a beautiful soul, and Michael’s questions were genuinely curious and honest. My tears were falling while listening to her describe her sister not knowing the word for “bomb”, but saying it’s not fireworks. Please cover the growing rift in US about Palestine-Israel..Score: 5/5

It Depends on the Episode...The coverage of the life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the Supreme Court vacancy has been nothing short of excellent. Keep this up! Truly superb coverage of the Breonna Taylor case by Rukmini Callimachi. Carefully worded and detailed. The Beirut episode: remember a time when journalism was about other people’s stories? This navel gazing approach to a tragedy that affected hundreds of thousands of people is brutal. I’m not opposed to hearing a little of the journalist’s experience as a way to set up the story, but there are so many -other- stories to tell; why is the main focus the journalist’s experience? The Facebook episode was so weak. Concluding that Facebook must be beholden to conservatives by saying that its most engaged posts are conservative without a) examining and comparing the most engaged posts on Twitter or b) considering the ideological beliefs of Zuckerberg prior to this moment, which have always leaned toward not playing moderator and taking an expansive approach to free expression is just bad journalism. I’m open to the idea and am no fan of Facebook, but this is what happens when a reporter puts a satisfying narrative ahead of interrogating the subject. Remarkable that no time is being devoted to the Bolton revelations. I remember when this podcast was about news; it’s now become more like a magazine. The Systems That Protect the Police: this is why we listen to The Daily. Timely analysis of a troubling and complex news event. Coverage of the Chinese lab theory of coronavirus spent about 15 seconds discussing what scientists have to say about it. There is a tremendous amount of scientific scepticism about the theory, and the probability that it came from a lab is infinitesimally small. If the intelligence community was promoting ‘evidence’ of the lab theory, one suspects that the NYT would report it with the same level of credibility as the WMD theory in Saddam Hussein’s Iraq..Score: 4/5

DisappointedI listened to almost every episode until recently. The show seems to have been pulled hard to the left and is no longer balanced. Hopefully this is temporary..Score: 1/5

Mhmmm MmmmmmReally useful interesting and great interviewing style. I honestly can’t listen daily though because of all the “mmmhmm”s. Why is this left in? How does it contribute to the understanding of the issue? Why do we need to know Michael is listening when he obviously is? I listen to a lot of podcasts and radio and this is the only one where someone does this..Score: 4/5

PartisanI like the format, but the podcast is manipulative. Often portrays stories as “just showing the facts” when it’s actually cherry picking stories/interviews & the host using leading questions to paint the narrative they want on important stories..Score: 1/5

Sign off on The DailyI love this podcast! As a Canadian I appreciate the variety of points of view. I’m sensitive to bad edits thanks to working for CBC Radio for 35 years. At the end when Michael says ‘here’s what you need to know today’. He sounds slurry or drunk saying ‘today’. Maybe you could edit a new today in there! Thanks from PEI..Score: 4/5

💗I love this podcast.Score: 5/5

So far left I can’t stand to listen anymoreBeen a subscriber who just ignores the left leaning comments because I didn’t want to miss interesting content. It has become so radical left I would skip entire episodes because I couldn’t stand to listen. Finally just unsubscribing all together.Score: 1/5

The daily is dailyConsistent is on point👍even the Sunday reads episodes are awesome. Be aware of the natural bias like every podcast it’s not fully neutral (nothing is fully neutral...FYI) // ask your self the questions of the apposition to understand there line of questioning..Score: 5/5

Used To Be GoodMichael & Co do a great job at sourcing stories within the NYT organization and giving us a 30 minute dose to kick off our day. I’ve found over the last few years that “The Daily” has become increasingly partisan and while I’m a liberal, I think they need to step back, look at everyone’s agenda and just report on the news..Score: 3/5

I used to love this podcastBut in recent times I cringe with the amount of biased reporting. When we are witnessing some of the worst crimes against humanity, it’s utterly disappointing hearing once sided reporting from the NYT. Do better..Score: 1/5

Ideas vocal fryPlease no more vocal fry tho.Score: 5/5

The Unlikely Pioneer Behind mRNA VaccinesWhat an inspiring story about Dr Kariko. A dedicated scientist who persevered through decades of research. The international community needs to formally recognize this achievement. Thank you, The Daily, for producing this excellent podcast..Score: 5/5

This has become too boringUsed to love this podcast but it is too American-centric. So many global issues out there that should be covered!.Score: 5/5

Love this podcast!I listen at least 5 x a week and it literally makes me smarter, I swear..Score: 5/5

It’s the best!That’s really it, best podcast, Michael is a legend and an icon. I listen to quick global news podcasts first and then get to look forward to the Daily telling a story that keeps me interested and informed. I feel they are portrayed with ethics and sensitivity. Big fan!.Score: 5/5

Best PodcastI look forward to these episodes every single day. Thoughtful and thought provoking. Emotional. Informative. Intelligent. Love this podcast..Score: 5/5

BiasedPretty good content but, completely one sided. Hmmmmnnnnn. Please stop with the ummms and ahhhs...Score: 3/5

Biased journalism - do not tell you the truthI am extremely disappointed in your reporting of the oppression of Palestine. Instead of reporting the truth you are describing it as a Palestine-israel conflict when everyone knows the Palestinians are being oppressed and killed by the Israelis. I will stop listening to your podcast from now on for this reason. Shocking abdication of journalistic integrity by the NY times!.Score: 1/5

SeeR red.Score: 5/5

BarbaricCan’t do this show anymore. Barbero and all his quirks, pauses and inflections almost seem like a parody of himself now. Too bad. The show would be pretty good without him..Score: 2/5

Very biasedVery left biased views. Would prefer more bi partisan, objective content..Score: 1/5

A very stupid segment on hate crime against Asian.As a Asian myself I found that the segment on hate crime against Asian very stupid and insulting one. As a Asian, we are just as intelligent as any other race in being able to differentiate if something is a hate crime or not. It would have been a lot better if times simply laid down the facts instead of imposing their view point on us. The non elected Asian leaders of NewYork or friend of times needs to be revealed too. If we are equal then treat us as equal. No white newscaster represents the whole of white population, same goes with any other race. We are just as diverse and with diverse experiences. Her experience as a Asian journalist is totally irrelevant. She is simply a journalist and she should not blanket her experience as the Asian experience. In short her implication that asians will no matter the proof see this as hate crime was very insulting. We are capable of reasoning and can differentiate facts from friction..Score: 1/5

TonesApart from the ‘um’s and ‘hum’s, it is hard to understand when the host’s sentence ends as he seems to only know 2 notes; low and lower..Score: 2/5

Donald McNeil jrYou ‘canceled Donald McNeil. I’m canceling you. J. Thevenin.Score: 2/5

Stop uh-humming/hmmmm/mmmmmThis vocal tick and the fray of the host is hugely distracting to otherwise interesting conversations. His interjections are loud, irritating and sounds so so unprofessional..Score: 3/5

Officer Harry DunnGreat interview..Score: 5/5

We The NorthHey how about an episode on the Amazon unionization effort? Had I not known better, your reporting would have me believe that the workers were suffering under Stalinist oppression. Alas, they told the agitators to get stuffed. I’d really appreciate a dive into “what went so terribly wrong.”.Score: 5/5

Love it but…Love the show and listen daily, but find it annoying when interviewers have to summarize the answer the interviewee has just given. If you’re smart enough to listen to the show, you’re smart enough to understand the long form answer!.Score: 4/5

I miss Michael BarbaroIt was so nice to have Barbaro on the episode today! I have been disappointed that almost every interview for weeks has been done by different reporters. This podcast spent years building a relationship with Barbaro and listeners, and it’s not the same without him. The special episodes with different reporters (like Odessa) are great, but I miss the regular Barbaro episodes..Score: 4/5

StopPlease please no more about the pandemic please stop there is way to much going on.Score: 5/5

More news pleaseNot listening for personal interest stories. This show used to be consistently good. What happened?.Score: 1/5

DisappointingAlthough biased, I typically enjoy your show and coverage of important current events. However, your reporting on science has been extremely disappointing over the past year, especially regarding Covid where we are facing mass misinformation and mistrust of scientific institutions. Using a “science reporter” to update your listeners on Covid instead of speaking to real medical and public health professionals is not helping, but contributing to these issues. Your episode today sensationalizing the neurological long term effects of Covid was shockingly misguided. Using the anecdote of a single person, without speaking directly with health care professionals on his case (or any health professionals for that matter), is irresponsible and damaging to public perceptions of science and medicine. You are not qualified to be putting this kind of information out there. There is a reason that real scientific research is not disseminated by journalists.Score: 3/5

One of the best podcastAwesome content if you are interested in topics related to the US..Score: 5/5

*Eliot PageI love the daily. One of my fave podcasts. I find your dedication to research and fact checking refreshing and love tuning in every weekday, and Sunday. The Sunday read this week however mentioned Actor Eliot Page as their birth name and gender in describing how Weird Al Yankovic’s daughter Nina uncannily looked like them I guess pre-transition? I can’t speak for another trans person (being one myself), but if I were Eliot I’d find it alarming to hear my birth or “dead” name mentioned so flippantly to describe a teenage girl on a podcast I listen to, to get the news? I like the Sunday read, but maybe listen to it or fact check it the way you do the rest of your stories. Just a note, looking out for a fellow trans dude..Score: 4/5

DownhillHmm. Was good. Unhappy with the direction pf the podcast ~ sensationalism, divisiveness, contributing to toxic, elitist media culture, imo..Score: 1/5

My No 1 PodcastI love this podcast! This is my no 1 go to podcast everyday. Michael has a way to explain things or summarize the issues that is easy to understand. I love that Michael doesn’t speak very fast (not like some hosts) that it gives me time to digest the information. Thanks Michael!.Score: 5/5

OdessaThe 4 part series was the best podcast I have ever listened to. Poignant and very moving the series dramatically illustrated the challenges of young students coping with the impact of covid on their lives. I have enormous sympathy for all students and a better appreciation of the impact for my own grandson’s situation with the absence of regular classroom instruction and interaction with his peers. Thank you!.Score: 5/5

Great source for thorough newsAlways well produced and well researched. What i appreciate the most is the guests who share their unique expertise, and of course the great hosts who orient the conversation to the important points. I would not mind a more center political stance but this is still a great source of information i love to turn to..Score: 5/5

Episode on Uyghur GenocideHow about an episode on the Uyghur genocide (recently officially recognized by the US, UK, Canada) and how forced genocide labour is making it the supply chain of major brands. This is the largest scale and most systematic detention of an ethnic/religious minority since the Holocaust and no one is talking about it... the international community should be enraged..Score: 4/5

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Toilet paper worthy journalism in podcast formTitle sums up my thoughts.Score: 1/5

Love the show. Hosts HMMPF sounds are very ANNOYINGAfter listening to many episodes of the daily I realized that the host has an annoying habit of saying HMMPF OR HMMF in agreement to what the other are saying..Score: 4/5

Loved the Dr. Kariko episodeHow intriguing! Loved hearing about this doctor and her role in developing the MRNA vaccine..Score: 5/5

No Balance Reporting the StoryI was excited to listen to the episode on why the rich pay very little taxes. The story was very slanted. While the content was mostly accurate, it skews the listeners point of view. For example, if four people witnessed an accident from each side of the street. This story only focuses on one point of view. It’s somewhat correct, but actually misses huge details. For context, I am not rich. I do understand taxes and incentives. The tax code is written to incentivize behavior to benefit all Americans. One example is the tax incentive to invest in clean energy..Score: 1/5

Bad informationWeismann needs to go read the tax code! Not accurate depiction of the reason there is no tax paid.Score: 1/5

More Astead!Michael is in a league of his own, but while he’s taking care of his new baby (!!) I would love to hear more from Astead! I really like the way he asks questions and responds to his guests. His flow sounds really natural and not contrived, which is important because the opposite stands out sharply. Still love the show, and it’s always a treat when Michael pops back in to do an interview!.Score: 5/5

New horn timesYo the new york times daily is crazy good and they have good news reports but a bit too liberal for my taste. i enjoy the discourse though..Score: 5/5

Terrible!They used to be a respectable place to get accurate information, not anymore!.Score: 1/5

One sidedLeft wing and one sided.Score: 1/5

A great news podcastIt can't cover everything but it is good at covering some of the major topics, giving voice to other sides, and does so in a way that is easy to follow..Score: 5/5

Highly recommendReally enjoy the podcast! Keep up the good work! I recommend it to everyone I talk to..Score: 5/5

Beyond the headlinesI love the in-depth investigation of issues in the news. You take the time to dig into the story, leaving me with a much better understanding of the news and issues..Score: 5/5

Icky AdsLove the show. Is it just me or have the ads gotten more manipulative recently? In the last few weeks I’ve heard from Exxon talking about how they’re reducing their carbon footprint, Facebook advocating for internet reform and more privacy protection, soda bottle companies on creating 100% recyclable plastic bottles (eye roll!), and almond companies on their sustainability and reduced water consumption. On the one hand, it’s nice that these issues are now considered culturally important enough to address, but on the other hand it feels like it erodes at the credibility of NYT when every episode is funded by thinly veiled corporate greenwashing..Score: 4/5

Great content, sometimes annoying hostsI find the multivariate insights of this podcast always help me better understand an issues. You get access to experts actually speaking or the history to an issue. Always listen to this awhile cooking! I’ve become used to some of Michael’s particularities of speaking. But a new sometimes host, Sabrina, has a way of overdramatizing or speaking in a contrived way that I find very distracting. Please just talk. Don’t need to go high and low with your voice to act surprised or create drama. It’s news. It’s ok to just talk I think. It all in all, great content..Score: 5/5

Excellent contentThis show consistently provides the deep dive, background information that allows me to better understand current events. As a bonus, Michael Barbaro’s voice is very soothing!.Score: 5/5

Artful storytellingThe Daily combines artful storytelling, the context, and insights needed for the most current and relevant topics. I often find myself thinking how I’ve never fully understood a topic until hearing it explained on the Daily. Thank you for sharing news in a digestible and delightful manner!.Score: 5/5

MmmmmmmI come for the amazing in depth interviews on topics that always leave me feeling more intelligent… I stay for Michael’s sultry voice.Score: 5/5

Always thinkingThought provoking and captivating reporting all done in 30 minutes 👏🏽..Score: 5/5

The Interesting & In-depth StoriesOne of my favorite Podcasts. And I like Michael’s “hmmph” sound…it tells me he’s really “listening” to his guest. 👍👏.Score: 5/5

The best daily podcastA perfect daily podcast. Great sourcing, information, topics, production, and interviews. A wide variety of subjects that are all current news. Simply great..Score: 5/5

MRNA Dr Kariko interviewI listen to The Daily with a critical ear. I found the timing of the interview with Dr. Kariko to be questionable, and rather manipulative as emails from Fauci reveal an agenda that is clearly less than ethical. There are many Daily episodes I learn from, even if I do not agree with the sometimes, in my opinion, pseudo left point of view..Score: 5/5

Too wokeToo bad. Today’s opinion is not worth much, like sugar quick biz and no depth or nutritional value. Fmr President, please, wrong path. Tell me what I need to know. Post Covid there are many changes. Do the work and report on that and not on BLM old fights, old leaders, all of that is junk food. Think of what builds the future, what do I need to know for positive growth..Score: 1/5

Dumbed DownGuest speaker makes a statement and host paraphrases the statement in the form of a question and the guest paraphrases an answer. It is not unusual for the host to later ask a question the answer to which has previously been given. This endless repetition and simplification of the content is most annoying and reveals an unwarranted assumption about the intelligence of the listener. Please correct..Score: 2/5

Keep it upKeep up the good reporting and support BLM..Score: 5/5

Love the show about Dr. Katalin KarikoCongratulations to her for all her hard work.Score: 5/5

Hosts incredibly annoying affectationsDear lord what is it with so many left leaning people in media and their dramatic vocal affectations? First he inserts these utterly meaningless pauses, breaking up every sentence coming from his mouth. The pauses rarely make sense or represent a place for thought. I can only conclude it is some self driven affectation that the host believes is in some way attractive, impressive, or makes him look deep and reflective. It is annoying beyond belief. Second he inserts groans of acknowledgment to conversations that are best suited for tasting scenes in a cooking show or soft porn. The whiney voice is bad enough, but when you add all this it is insufferably pretentious and obnoxious..Score: 1/5

Dr KarikoLoved this segment. She is truly a great role model for young girls who have any aspirations in the field of science. If I were still teaching I would use this in my classroom!.Score: 5/5

GarbageJust more pandering race baiting hot garbage.Score: 1/5

LOVE! but…The host for Day X… it’s really just painful. Her cadence. I can’t be the only one feeling this. Can you offer her some feedback?.Score: 5/5

Leftist trashNo acknowledgement of Joe Biden’s pathetic mental decline. Shocking! The most politically bias show..Score: 1/5

Oil company adsDespite all the powerful journalism in this podcast, NYT accepts money from oil companies. Otherwise this would be a 5-star review..Score: 1/5

Makes me smarter!I love this Podcast. When I am done listening I feel like I’m a little smarter. I come away with new information and awareness. I look forward to it everyday. Plus, I’m somewhat new so get to go back and listen to older ones..Score: 5/5

Sabrina is terribleSabrina is getting more space and she is a horrible interviewer..Score: 1/5

"It's one-sided"Yeah it's one-sided. What did you think it would be?.Score: 1/5

Very disappointingIn its early days, the daily was pragmatic and facts-driven. It endeavored to explore all sides to every story. Sadly over the last year, it’s become a victim of polarization - leaving us in the middle with one less source of trustworthy and insightful commentary..Score: 2/5

Dr Katie KarikoA wonderful and inspiring podcast. I sent the link to my young relatives to hear the story of a hero and to aspire to do even a fraction of what this great scientist has achieved. God Bless Katie Kariko!.Score: 5/5

Often excellent insightsThough sometimes it seems repetitive of NYT articles. I am getting annoyed by the increased commercials interruptions even though I am a paid subscriber. SLATE PLUS has a model you should use..Score: 3/5

Bezos TaxThe piece on Bezos tax is deliberately misleading. This is bad reporting and unethical as a reporter. The guest made it sounds like Bezos never sell stocks and keep borrowing to avoid tax. This doesn’t make sense to me, so I read more about it. Turned out, the guest omitted the fact that, according to ProPublica, Bezos sold $6.5B between 2006-2018 and paid $1.4B in tax. With that much cash, he does need to sale more. Now , that makes sense. So if the entire story is about Bezos not paying tax on the appreciation of his unsold stocks, then there is no story. Nobody pay tax on unsold stock, rich or poor. He cashed out $6.5B, paid tax on it, and left him with $5.1B, enough to live on a rich life without selling more . What is wrong with that? Please stop doing sensational story. It takes away your credibility.Score: 2/5

The DailyI’ve been enjoying for some time but today’s episode about Dr. Kariko was particularly excellent. Thanks for the deep dive into the stories behind the story..Score: 5/5

Barbaro replacement hard to listen toI usually love the daily, but I find the woman who’s stepping in while Barbaro’s on leave unbearable. The questions are so overly inflected and scripted… it sounds like an educational audio show for children. It’s okay to just toss the story to the expert without using the “I’m thinking about” and “I’m wondering” that sounds natural from the usual host and contrived by the guest host..Score: 3/5

Positive view of the left and not so positive for the right.Every now and again this podcast surprises me with a good story. However most of the time this podcast highlights the liberal side of events while casting a dark cloud over anything from a conservative view point. Does anyone know where the unbiased media went? I’d really like to know where to find decent news that isn’t spun one way or another..Score: 2/5

Love this show; don’t love the Facebook adsOk. I know it takes money to produce a show of this quality. And ad revenue is important. But seriously. Those Facebook ads talking about how they’re leading the way in internet privacy and upholders of truth would be laughable if they weren’t so obviously dishonest and self serving. I don’t believe FB should be drummed out of business, especially if they really do shift the way they operate. But those ads are nothing more than insulting efforts to aggrandize themselves while glossing over the fact that —until they were caught— they were doing exactly what they claim to be leading the fight against. I can’t believe the NYT is allowing itself to be a platform for such bald-faced dishonesty..Score: 5/5

Nice channelVery nice channel.Score: 5/5

Stop saying “MMM” and “MHMMM” while people are talkingPlease stop saying “MMM” and “MHMMM” while people are talking. It adds no value to the listener and the volume is too loud. Just mute the host’s mic when he isn’t speaking, please..Score: 3/5

Too FakeI have always strongly supported taxing the rich into oblivion, but somehow you found a way to make me feel squeamish about it. You say, “the rich aren’t like the rest of us.“ …Who is this imaginary “us“? There is no one at NYT who understands or speaks for the working class. I finally understand what Trump meant by fake news. Even when your not doing shoddy reporting (re: Caliphate), even when the facts and takes are on point, you people are just so fake..Score: 3/5

InsightfulThank you for this podcast. I learn something every day and even though some of it may be disturbing (Day X) - all are insightful and reveals much. On top of that, the program is well produced and a pleasure to listen to..Score: 5/5

Would be great if it weren’t so biased.In my quest to find unbiased news I thought I would try this podcast. There were some great investigative journalism pieces but they’re becoming rare. Over the past year it has become increasingly biased towards the left and left-leaning views. I wish they would stay unbiased and present all sides to every story. I don’t want far left or far right news. I just want NEWS. That used to be a thing..Score: 2/5

Please improve Guests’ audioI love this podcast, the reporting, and the editing. I recently listened to the episode about mRNA (great episode. 10/10 material), but the guest reporter’s audio was kind of crackly—like she recorded through the phone. The Hungarian biologist’s audio was very clear, so it was awkward to listen to because the actual reporter’s audio wasn’t as clear. This made the episode a bit difficult to listen to!.Score: 4/5

The musicThe background music while a reporter is talking is so annoying. It’s overwhelming. Please make it stop!.Score: 1/5

Love...Can’t Get Enough Of This Podcast ❤️🙏🏾I absolutely must listen The Daily literally daily. There are countless reasons why I love this podcast (I.e. every time Michael Barbaro says “I’m Michael Barbaro”, the extensive stories covered in such a short edited episode, etc.). Also can you guys please expand on the “The Native Scholar Who Wasn’t” as a whole spin off??!! There are so many layers to that story and we want more and more of it (pretty pretty pretty please). I promise I will encourage everyone I know to become a NY Times subscriber!!!🙏🏾.Score: 5/5

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Love itExcellent podcast.Score: 5/5

Easily my most favourite podcastMichael Barbaro does a terrific job on summarising key news events and themes. Big fan!.Score: 5/5

Good podThe latest episode discussed the wide view inside the Democratic Party was excellent. Very measured, critically informed and enjoyable..Score: 5/5

A good way to get bad news.The soothing, dulcet tones of Michael barbaro lulls me into a false sense of security before being hit with the impending doom that is the news cycle. But this is my favourite way to get the news!.Score: 5/5

Tilly remembers her GrandfatherWhat a wonderful episode... The way Micheal B handled this interview was so lovely, kind, and considerate what a smart articulate little girl Tilly was I was heartbroken for her ... Tilly’s grandfather is an example of why we need to stay home to protect the vulnerable .. LOVE TO NEW YORKERS FROM AUSTRALIA.Score: 5/5

The bestListen every day, #1 podcast for me for the clarity of content, depth of exploration and objective coverage of issues.Score: 5/5

Really bad host and editingJust listened first time to the daily podcast about murder hornets. Interesting topic but the host is a pretty average speaker. His editing of the cast is terrible with multiple silence parts that ends up with you thinking the pod has stopped. Makes zero sense, is annoying and quite frankly made me think that NYT has totally lost it. Poop.Score: 2/5

Garbage propaganda news now.Used to be well balanced with Michael barbaro, but now more and more biased and “nearly fake” news. Don’t listen. If you want honest impartial news, you’re not going to get it here.Score: 1/5

Love the new credits!I love the way you’ve restructured the credits - acknowledging the journalists, producers and engineers for each ep, rather than the long list of contributors on random eps. It is a much easier to listen to and a great way to credit the people working on particular stories! Love your podcast ☺️.Score: 5/5

AchutDear Achut, What a lovely articulate lady you are. Thank you for sharing your story on The Daily. I hope you proceed with writing a book, you are such an inspiration. Wishing you and your boys the best of health and a good future. I look forward to reading your book one day. Sincerely, Ann (Victoria, Australia)..Score: 5/5

The Sunday Read: Getting OutA beautiful, warm and heartfelt story that gave an insight into so many of the complexities of life in America through the eyes of one black man. It was so appropriate for this story to be released at this time. Listening from Australia, The Daily continues to unravel the mysteries of America. Thank you..Score: 5/5

So fact’d unchecked ..What’s with the guys voice..? Breathe and check facts - there’s Google and few other sites.. Really biased .. only listen to know what’s propaganda.. but Ben Shapiro would crush this.Score: 2/5

AmazonAmazon, the 21 century Model T Ford Line. Watch Black Books ‘Manny Come Home.’.Score: 5/5

GreatOne of the best there is!.Score: 5/5

Great way to get newsI love this.Score: 5/5

Really interesting podcastJust listened to the last episode about China - saying western democracies have not done a good job with Coronavirus, but Australia and NZ have done a good job, but it seems you are not reporting about us. Just saying. Apart from that, I find this podcast very enlightening with insights into the USA’s politics, culture and perspectives on the world..Score: 5/5

Very informativeIn an age where Americans and others regularly listen to right wing radio hosts and others tell lies or a spin on the truth, its now more important than ever that organisations like the New York Times reinforce quality journalism based on evidence and the truth. I would also like smart democrats in the mould of Barrack Obama take on Trump supporters or pseudo Liberals ( like Joe Rogan) who inadvertently support Trump by attacking Biden. Biden to me appears clearly a better choice as President, a guy who has some deficiencies due to age, but a guy who will rely on experts and quality people around him to help him govern well for everyone not just the rich. America at the moment have at the helm a complete imbecile who has not made America great, but has made America quite literally a third world country in the space of one term. Give him another 4 and you Americans are doomed. Good luck..Score: 5/5

Inspiring!!Being from Perth in Western Australia, I don’t really feel entitled to comment too much on US domestic affairs but I do listen from afar with ever increasing interest and curiosity. But I must break my silence after hearing the Monday December 7, 2020 episode featuring Gabriel Sterling. He is brilliant! Integrity, honesty and bluntly, but humbly, forthright. THAT is the caliber of person you guys need more of in your political system. That episode is a stand out example of the depth The Daily adds to stories that can be quickly lost in the 24hr news cycle. Well done!!!.Score: 5/5

AussieOne of my favourite podcasts!.Score: 5/5

The most important Podcast of our time!As an Afro Brazilian man living as an expat in Australia having a show that understands nuances and really caters for the truth and for original stories makes me feel hopeful and safer. Thank you Michael Bárbaro and NYTimes.Score: 5/5

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️We ♥️ Michael barbaro Great podcast!.Score: 5/5

TabloidWhat tabloid trash!!.Score: 1/5

Thank youThank you for revisiting Tilly and helping her tell us about her grandfather and how she is feeling now. It’s educational to hear as a Mum..Score: 5/5

From AustraliaLove the Daily, I listen every day on my way home it’s a 20min drive perfect !.Score: 5/5

AmazingIt’s such a in-depth and thought-provoking podcast that covers a broad range of the news and stories around the world. Love it!!!.Score: 5/5

„A Mother and Daughter at the End“A most moving and wonderfully narrated story, that cut surprisingly deep into my emotions. The story threw me out of today’s crazy problems and stories and made them irrelevant. Thank you for an hour of relevant listening. Thank you!!.Score: 5/5

Grumpy day.The review is a five stars, but for the intermittent doses of human interest, excessively emotive, lamentation of an individual’s challenging experience. Stick to the news. Leave out your exploitation of struggling, embattled, underprivileged folk, presented for the lowest common denominator of intellect and insight, in a thinly veiled flirtation with social justice value signalling. NYT is better than that. We are the weeds. Help us see the broader context in which our struggles to thrive exist..Score: 3/5

What happened to Mujib Mashal’s sister?Interesting episode. I hope Mujib Mashal’s sister went to university..Score: 5/5

Get out of the journalism bubble pleaseThe latest episode (cancel culture part 1) managed to say JK Rowling has been accused of transphobia yet in no way explained what she has ever said on the subject. It’s sloppy journalism to repeat a morally-laden criticism without actually describing what she said that was apparently so bad. It didn’t endorse it, yet it presented the charge without any analysis of why it could be true or not. This sort of thing is frustrating. It feels very much like the NYT has decided on one characterisation that its listeners/readers should accept unthinkingly rather than presenting the raw material for us to make up our minds..Score: 3/5

NYC hospitalsWhy are both the presenters in this ep about the mistakes in the hospitals in NYC during the pandemic so surprised that patient quality care was overridden by money? Holy Christ! Why are Americans so ignorant of their inept, totally disgusting healthcare? It shocks me as an Australian with a child living in NYC..Score: 5/5

New York Times have an obligation to people and the truthAmerica has the worst response to corona virus in the world because they don’t listen to experts. No response to climate change because they refuse to listen to experts. The New York Times needs to de platform politicians that refuse to deal in facts and referenced expert opinion. The world is dumber because media has been letting us down and giving voice to loud idiots. Regurgitation of government talking points is also not journalism..Score: 5/5

I the old DailyReviewing from Australia and was the biggest fan girl of The Daily for two years. I’ve just noticed I don’t listen anymore as it’s soooo US heavy and just have such trump fatigue. Feel as though there’s such saturation already in US politics podcast world and The Daily’s Point of difference was that is wasn’t just that. It’s a shame because I admire all of the journalists but I just realised how much I miss hearing about greater world issues or deep dives (specifically from The Daily) into unknowns topics rather than the ins and outs of US politics over and over. Some of my fav episodes are RE Hong Kong, Chinese surveillance, Murdochs, police use of facial recognition software, cancel culture, Etc.Score: 3/5

IncredibleI think Michael Barbaro is a wonderful presenter. Thorough, investigative journalism that we definitely need in this horrible, Sci Fi movie we call 2020.Score: 5/5

Why am I not getting episodes?Hi. Love the podcast. But I haven’t had any come through since last Friday. Is something going on?.Score: 2/5

Insightful and informative storiesI’m so glad I found this podcast- as an Australian, I enjoy hearing news from the US that is insightful, informative and unbiased..Score: 5/5

New York grinds to a haltEpisode New York Grinds to a Halt Such a powerful moving episode . Good to be reminded how tough the world is doing. Love New York have wonderful friends who live there . Thank you for doing this episode especially. Have listened to the daily for a number of years and appreciate your honest informative sessions. May all your participants and their employees stay safe, survive and beyond this thrive . Chris Melbourne Australia.Score: 5/5

My daily fixMy go to daily podcast to hear the most important stories of the day from a trusted source. Brilliantly hosted my Michael. A suggestion: while this might sound self indulgent, sitting in Melbourne Australia, I for one would be interested in a story on where all the listeners of the Daily come from and where they are when they listen to the podcast each day. I’m sure, diverse and interesting backgrounds.....Score: 5/5

Mark ThompsonFunny how this virus has brought us all together it such an intimate way. But MILK IN FIRST Mark!! Maybe you’ve been in the States too long..Score: 5/5

UnsubscribedUsed to be good then they started adding all that guff and ads at the start. Plus the amount of vocal fry was too harsh on the ears. Bye bye daily..Score: 2/5

America’s Sad DeclineTorn between giving an excellent review for outstanding journalism and one star for the despairing bitterness of the subject matter, I am sadly checking out of this podcast. I can’t listen to what is happening in American politics any longer. What was once a bastion of respect and inspiration to the rest of the world has plunged so deeply into the political abyss that I want to cry. And I’m Australian! God help you all.....Score: 3/5

Eliza’s growwll...Thought the sentence ending “growly voice” was out dated now. Irritating. Michael Barbaro excellent; and The Daily a great podcast..Score: 5/5

You wanted election violenceSo embarrassing listening to this podcast You tried so hard to stoke violence You must be disappointed you didn’t get your wish.Score: 1/5

One hundred thousand livesHeartbreaking. Thank you for making the staggering number so personal.Score: 5/5

Great content!Thoroughly enjoyable content. Love the short and frequent nature of the show. Would greatly miss not having it on a daily basis..Score: 5/5

DecentMike Babaro is very decent.Score: 5/5

Partisan politicsThis podcast pretends to be balanced, impartial journalism. It is none of those things. Instead we get soft-spoken partisan politics, heavily biased to a left/center-left point of view. This is for people who only want political opinions that gel with their worldview. It will not challenge that worldview. It’s a silo for insular leftist thinking..Score: 2/5

OutstandingCertainly one of the best podcasts out there. If you are not subscribed, you definitely should be..Score: 5/5

Great source of infoLiving in Australia it’s easy to feel far away from the rest of the word, the Daily helps me stay up to date with all happening in the US and other countries. Thanks for a super interesting information podcast!.Score: 5/5

Total flopIf you like shallow biased reporting look no further!.Score: 1/5

NeanderthalsAbsolutely fascinating - thank you.Score: 5/5

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Ahgase_nessa011 UKAhgase: Yugyeom is the first GOT7 member to enter the Daily Top 1000 in Melon (he is #️⃣964). He is also charting #️⃣90 in Melon dome….Score: 5/5

Armyonce1712 TWICESTATS: 📢 ONCEs! Do you want to see TWICE win next week music show? If yes then watch "Alcohol-Free" M/V now, the thropy won't come….Score: 5/5

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DotoconSHEsus__Christ ValkXoe I am a practicing Catholic living in the Philadelphia suburbs and am embarrassed by my church daily..Score: 5/5

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Daily_Record Record_Politics: Nicola Sturgeon's covid briefing will begin shortly. Follow the latest in our live blog: .Score: 5/5

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The Daily Podcast Episodes

Day X, Part 4: Franco A.

We meet Franco A., an officer in the German military who lived a double life as a Syrian refugee and stands accused of plotting an act of terrorism to bring down the German government.

The Transformation of Ralph Northam

In 2019, it seemed to many that Gov. Ralph Northam’s career was over.That year, the Democratic governor of Virginia became embroiled in a highly publicized blackface scandal centered on a racist picture in his medical-school yearbook. There were widespread calls for his resignation.Two years later, Mr. Northam has emerged as the most racially progressive leader in the state’s history. How did it happen?Guest: Astead W. Herndon, a national political reporter for The New York Times. Sign up here to get The Daily in your inbox each morning. And for an exclusive look at how the biggest stories on our show come together, subscribe to our newsletter. Background reading: When a racist picture was discovered on his yearbook page, Ralph Northam refused to resign. Now he’s leaving office with a widely praised progressive record on racial justice.Virginia’s governor survived a blackface scandal with the help of Black Democrats, who saw a chance for policy concessions. Both got more from the relationship than they could have imagined.For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday.

The War in Tigray

This episode contains descriptions of sexual violence.Just a few years ago, Ethiopia’s leader was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Now, the nation is in the grips of a civil war, with widespread reports of massacres and human rights abuses, and a looming famine that could strike millions in the northern region of Tigray. How did Ethiopia get here?Guest: Declan Walsh, the chief Africa correspondent for The New York Times. Sign up here to get The Daily in your inbox each morning. And for an exclusive look at how the biggest stories on our show come together, subscribe to our newsletter. Background reading: Thousands of Ethiopians have fled the country and given accounts of a devastating and complex conflict. A U.S. report found that officials are leading a systematic campaign of ethnic cleansing in the northern region of Tigray.United Nations agencies have said the crisis in the Tigray region had plunged it into famine. It’s  a starvation calamity bigger at the moment than anywhere else in the world.For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday.

Why Billionaires Pay So Little Tax

Jeff Bezos, Michael Bloomberg, Elon Musk and George Soros are household names. They are among the wealthiest people in the United States.But a recent report by ProPublica has found another thing that separates them from regular Americans citizens: They have paid almost nothing in taxes.Why does the U.S. tax system let that happen?Guest: Jonathan Weisman, a congressional correspondent for The New York Times. Sign up here to get The Daily in your inbox each morning. And for an exclusive look at how the biggest stories on our show come together, subscribe to our newsletter. Background reading: An analysis by ProPublica showed that from 2014 to 2018, the nation’s richest executives paid just a fraction of their wealth in taxes — $13.6 billion in federal income taxes during a time when their collective net worth reportedly increased by $401 billion.The exposé has refocused attention on the tax code and how it applies to the superrich.For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday.

Apple’s Bet on China

Apple built the world’s most valuable business by figuring out how to make China work for Apple.A New York Times investigation has found that the dynamic has now changed. China has figured out how to make Apple work for China.Guest: Jack Nicas, who covers technology from San Francisco for The New York Times. He is one of the reporters behind the investigation into Apple’s compromises in China.Sign up here to get The Daily in your inbox each morning. And for an exclusive look at how the biggest stories on our show come together, subscribe to our newsletter. Background reading: An investigation from The New York Times offers an extensive inside look at how Apple has given in to escalating demands from the Chinese authorities.One of the compromises Apple made to China was storing its Chinese customers’ data on servers controlled by the Chinese government. Here are four more takeaways from the report.In the United States, data requests have placed Apple and other tech giants in an uncomfortable position between law enforcement, the courts and the customers whose privacy they have promised to protect.For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday. 

From The Sunday Read Archives: ‘My Mustache, My Self’

During months of pandemic isolation, Wesley Morris, a critic at large for The New York Times, decided to grow a mustache.The reviews were mixed and predictable. He heard it described as “porny” and “creepy,” as well as “rugged” and “extra gay.”It was a comment on a group call, however, that gave him pause. Someone noted that his mustache made him look like a lawyer for the N.A.A.C.P.’s legal defense fund.“It was said as a winking correction and an earnest clarification — Y’all, this is what it is,” Wesley said. “The call moved on, but I didn’t. That is what it is: one of the sweetest, truest things anybody had said about me in a long time.”On today’s episode of The Sunday Read, Wesley Morris’s story about Blackness and the symbolic power of the mustache.This story was written by Wesley Morris and recorded by Audm. To hear more audio stories from publications like The New York Times, download Audm for iPhone or Android.

Day X, Part 3: Blind Spot 2.0

Franco A. is not the only far-right extremist in Germany discovered by chance. For over a decade, 10 murders in the country, including nine victims who were immigrants, went unsolved. The neo-Nazi group responsible was discovered only when a bank robbery went wrong. In this episode, we ask: Why has a country that spent decades atoning for its Nazi past so often failed to confront far-right extremism?

The Unlikely Pioneer Behind mRNA Vaccines

When she was at graduate school in the 1970s, Dr. Katalin Kariko learned about something that would become a career-defining obsession: mRNA.She believed in the potential of the molecule, but for decades ran up against institutional roadblocks. Then, the coronavirus hit and her obsession would help shield millions from a once-in-a-century pandemic. Today, a conversation with Dr. Kariko about her journey. Guest: Gina Kolata, a reporter covering science and medicine for The New York Times. Sign up here to get The Daily in your inbox each morning. And for an exclusive look at how the biggest stories on our show come together, subscribe to our newsletter. Background reading: Collaborating with devoted colleagues, Dr. Kariko laid the groundwork for the mRNA vaccines turning the tide of the pandemic.For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday. 

The Bill That United the Senate

The Senate passed the largest piece of industrial policy seen in the U.S. in decades on Tuesday, directing about a quarter of a trillion dollars to bolster high-tech industries.In an era where lawmakers can’t seem to agree on anything, why did they come together for this?Guest: David E. Sanger, a White House and national security correspondent for The New York Times.  Sign up here to get The Daily in your inbox each morning. And for an exclusive look at how the biggest stories on our show come together, subscribe to our newsletter. The Daily is doing a live online event: We follow up with students and faculty from our series Odessa. And we hear from the team who made the documentary. Times subscribers can join us June 10.Background reading: The wide margin of support in the Senate reflects a sense of urgency among lawmakers in both parties about shoring up the technological and industrial capacity of the United States.For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday. 

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