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The News with Shepard Smith is CNBC’s nightly news podcast providing deep, non-partisan coverage and perspective on the day’s most important stories. Featuring on-the-ground reporting from around the globe, The News with Shepard Smith goes beyond the headlines to give listeners sharp context into the world around them. It is punctuated by compelling, thought-provoking expert guests – all pulled together by Shepard Smith’s trademark devotion to speed, accuracy and the trust of his audience. A ...
 
What do investors and entrepreneurs really say when no one is around? Join Gregory Shepard, a Serial Entrepreneur, Author, Speaker and Angel Venture Capital Investor, as he interviews guests who are making their investments work and building their businesses. If you are an investor, entrepreneur or just want to peek into their minds, this podcast is for you. The BOSS Podcast with Gregory Shepard from ForbesBooks Radio.
 
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Growing concerns about inflation, the war in Ukraine, supply chain issues and a possible recession have investors on edge. As the broadest stock market inches toward bear territory, we take a look at what that would mean. And Elon Musk denies claims that he assaulted a flight attendant on his private jet six years ago. Plus, the trial of two frater…
 
This week on Flightless Bird, David sets out to understand religion in America. Joined by Dax and Monica, he tries to figure out why over 200 million Americans are Christians, and how uniquely Americanized this religion has become - with franchises, brands, and celebrity endorsements. David talks to Mike McHargue - a Baptist who became an atheist w…
 
Millions of parents are still desperately scrambling to find baby formula, but some relief is on the way. NBC News has learned U.S. planes will start bringing shipments of formula in from other countries as early as this weekend. Plus, the Biden Administration announces a new $100 million military package for Ukraine after Senate lawmakers sent a $…
 
Walmart and Target reported their quarterly earnings in the past 24 hours, with supply chain issues and higher fuel costs cutting into profits, reinforcing worries about the health of the economy. Courtney Regan breaks down what people are buying. And Republican primaries in five states test former President Donald Trump’s endorsement powers. Also,…
 
President Biden spoke to the families of the 10 people murdered at the Tops supermarket in Buffalo, New York, saying “hate and fear are being given too much oxygen by those who pretend to love America.” We report as the grieving and angry community prepares to bury their dead. Plus, voters head to the polls in five states for some hotly-contested p…
 
Shepard Smith reports from Buffalo, New York, days after an alleged gunman killed 10 people in what police are calling a “racially motivated” massacre. Buffalo Police Commissioner Joseph Gramaglia joins Shep to offer analysis on the impact of the deadly shooting on the community. And the FDA continues to investigate the baby formula shortage as the…
 
There are no signs of a slowdown for a devastating baby formula shortage that’s causing families to panic as some struggle to feed their infants. The New York Times technology correspondent Mike Isaac joins Kelly Evans to talk about Elon Musk putting a hold on his deal with Twitter until he receives more information on the number of fake accounts o…
 
Armchair Umbrella and David Farrier introduce you to Flightless Bird, a show that follows kiwi journalist David Farrier as he embarks on a quest to understand American culture, after getting accidentally marooned here. From football to flags, religion to burgers, David wants to learn about the things that make America tick. “Why do adults love Disn…
 
Finland moves to join the NATO alliance after decades of neutrality and Russia is responding with startling threats of retaliation. Admiral James Stavridis, Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, joins Shep to offer analysis on Putin’s continued onslaught on Ukraine. And new inflation numbers show wholesale prices jumped by 11% in April compared to …
 
Consumer prices jumped 8.3% in April from a year earlier, a slight drop from March, but still near a 40-year high. President Biden says inflation remains "unacceptably high," and blamed the pandemic and Putin's invasion of Ukraine for the price hikes And a Vermont man accused of killing his grandfather and later his mother on the high seas for inhe…
 
The escaped Alabama inmate who survived capture after 11 days on the run had a car full of deadly weapons and police say he was prepared to have a shootout with law enforcement. Squawk Box’s Andrew Ross Sorkin joins Shep to talk about the rising inflation and the markets. Plus, the director of national intelligence tells Senators that Vladimir Puti…
 
The sheriff in Lauderdale County, Alabama announced the capture of escaped inmate Casey White and former corrections officer Vicky White in Indiana. He joins Shep with the latest updates. Plus, state lawmakers are racing to increase restrictions or ramp up protections for abortion as the Supreme Court appears likely to overturn Roe v. Wade. Shomari…
 
Inflation fears continue to rattle the stock market and the selloff comes as President Biden takes credit for what he calls “the strongest job creation economy in modern times.” NBC News Senior Business Analyst Stephanie Ruhle joins Shep to break down last month’s jobs report. Plus, an Alabama sheriff says the getaway car used by an escaped murder …
 
The markets are in turmoil as all three major indexes posted a sea of red today. It comes after the Federal Reserve yesterday ruled out rate hikes bigger than half a point. CNBC’s Senior Markets Correspondent Dominic Chu breaks down what happened. Plus, Amber Heard is back on the witness stand with details of her violent and tumultuous relationship…
 
Many business leaders are facing pressure from employees to take a firm stand for abortion rights, and others are considering the potential backlash from local governments if they do. This comes as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says a law to set in stone the right to an abortion will not pass in Congress. We have reporting on all angles. Plus, Shep sp…
 
For more than 49 years, the U.S. has guaranteed the right to an abortion. That could change in a matter of weeks. Shep is live from outside the Supreme Court with the latest reactions to a leaked draft court opinion in which Justice Alito writes that Roe "enflamed debate and deepened division." Shomari Stone reports live on the steps of the Supreme…
 
: A sheriff in Alabama has announced there is a warrant out for the arrest of a missing prison employee who allegedly helped murder suspect escape from behind bars. The sheriff joins Shep to discuss the latest in their investigation. And Johnny Depp’s bodyguard says Amber Heard punched the actor in the face during a fight in the latest revelation t…
 
Soaring inflation, fears of a recession and a huge tech sell-off are causing a bloodbath on Wall Street, with all the major markets closing out a brutal month. CNBC’s “Squawk Box” co-host Andrew Ross Sorkin breaks it all down. Plus, the MLB suspends Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer for the equivalent of two full seasons without pay, saying he violated …
 
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says the Russian attack on Kyiv today was an attempt by Putin to “humiliate the U.N. and everything the organization represents.” Cal Perry reports live from Kyiv after Ukraine filed the first war crimes charges against Russian soldiers for what they did in Bucha. Plus, Meg Tirrell on Moderna announcing it as…
 
After three years in a Russian prison, U.S. Marine Trevor Reed is finally a free man and is coming home following a prisoner swap between Moscow and Washington. Plus, two years after George Floyd’s death, an investigation into the Minneapolis Police Department found a “pattern or practice” of discrimination. Perry Russom reports on the changes offi…
 
The Pentagon is vowing to move “heaven and earth” to arm Ukraine with heavy weapons to defeat Russia, despite warnings from Moscow that the risk of nuclear war is escalating. NBC’s Cal Perry reports live from Kyiv on a new diplomatic effort underway to evacuate Mariupol. Plus, a lawyer for Tyre Sampson, the teen who fell to his death on an amusemen…
 
The richest person in the world is taking over one of the biggest social media platforms on the planet, with Twitter’s board of directors unanimously approving Elon Musk’s $44 billion offer to buy the company and take it private. Plus, we hear for the first time what Alec Baldwin told investigators in the moments following the deadly shooting on th…
 
More audio is emerging of House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy blaming President Trump for the deadly Capitol riot, with McCarthy saying Trump “bears responsibilities for his words and actions, no ifs, ands or buts.” Plus, Philadelphia abruptly drops a short-lived indoor mask mandate and denies confusion after receiving a ton of backlash. And prose…
 
The mayor of Mariupol says Russia has committed “the greatest war crime of the 21st century” in his devastated city, claiming as many as 9,000 civilians could be buried in a mass grave in a nearby village. Ali Arouzi reports live from Lviv, and Kayla Tausche breaks down President Biden’s $800 million military aid package to Ukraine. Plus, 13 surviv…
 
Johnny Depp described himself as a victim today in his second day on the stand in his multi-million dollar suit against his ex-wife Amber Heard. Law and Crime Network’s Jesse Weber joins Shep to discuss how the jury reacted to today’s testimony. Plus, the CDC wants you to mask up again while traveling. The agency asked the DOJ to appeal a federal j…
 
After a federal judge in Florida struck down the Biden administration’s mask mandate, most major airlines have dropped their requirements, but public transit in some cities are keeping their rules in place, causing confusion for travelers. Shomari Stone reports from Dulles International Airport outside of DC with reaction to the mixed messaging. Pl…
 
The mask mandate for everyone on planes and other public transportation in the U.S. is no longer in effect after a federal judge overturned it this afternoon. CNBC’s Shomari Stone reports live from Reagan National Airport with reaction to the change. Plus, Ukrainian President Volodomyr Zelenskyy says the Russian war machine has officially launched …
 
In a stunning confirmation for Ukraine, the Pentagon says it was the Ukrainians who sank Russia’s top warship, not an accident that the Kremlin claimed as the cause. Ali Arouzi reports live from Lviv in western Ukraine as Russia unleashes cruise missiles on the outskirts of Kyiv. Plus, Twitter announces it’s adopting a so-called “poison pill” -- a …
 
Russia is continuing to mass troops in eastern Ukraine, while Ukrainian forces are bracing for an all-out assault. Ali Arouzi reports from Lviv in western Ukraine. Plus, Valerie Castro reports after federal prosecutors say the attack on the New York City subway was “entirely pre-meditated” and “carefully planned” as the suspect made his first court…
 
Police in New York City say Frank James, the man who allegedly shot 10 people in a Brooklyn subway, turned himself in. He is now in police custody and facing federal charges. Valerie Castro reports from the federal courthouse in Brooklyn, where he is set to make his first court appearance tomorrow. Plus, Perry Russom reports as cops in Michigan bra…
 
Police in New York City have identified Frank James as a person of interest in a shooting aboard a Manhattan-bound train in Brooklyn that left at least 29 people injured. Of the injured, 10 people were shot and five are in critical but stable condition. Valerie Castro has live reporting from Brooklyn as we get the latest updates from police and hea…
 
As the Pentagon warns Russia is refocusing its forces on the eastern front, Ukrainian President Zelenskyy says Ukraine is ready for a major offensive from Russian troops. Ali Arouzi reports live from Lviv as the Pentagon warns this next phase of the war will likely be drawn out and “very bloody.” And President Biden announces new federal rules requ…
 
A Russian missile strike on a train station in Kramatorsk, Ukraine killed at least 52 innocent people, including children, who were trying to evacuate from the country. Ali Arouzi reports from Lviv after Ukrainian President Zelenskyy puts out a new response to the attack. And a jury in Michigan did not convict four suspects on trial in an alleged p…
 
Ukraine’s top diplomat is urging NATO allies to help supply the country with more weapons before it’s too late. Ali Rouzi reports from Lviv, Ukraine as the Pentagon confirms for the first time that the U.S. is providing intelligence to Ukrainian forces in the Donbas region. And Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson made history today, becoming the first Blac…
 
The head of NATO is warning Vladimir Putin’s bloody invasion of Ukraine could last years, and the world needs to be prepared for the long haul. Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby joins Shep to break down the Russian military movements we could be seeing in Ukraine in the weeks ahead. And Dasha Burns reports from Warsaw, Poland where a business own…
 
Ukrainian President Zelenskyy begged the U.N. Security Council to do more to end Vladimir Putin’s cruel invasion, saying Russian troops have murdered entire families, including children, and tortured innocent civilians. CNBC’s Kayla Tausche reports on the Biden administration’s response. Also, former President Barack Obama visits the White House fo…
 
As Russian troops pull back from the Kyiv region, they leave a trail of atrocities in Bucha and other suburbs. And now President Biden is calling for a war crimes trial to hold Vladimir Putin accountable. NBC’s Ali Arouzi reports live from western Ukraine. Also, police in Sacramento are searching for multiple suspects a day after the city's deadlie…
 
A senior U.S. defense official says Ukraine was responsible for a daring helicopter attack on Russian soil that blew up a fuel depot. Retired Air Force Lieutenant General David Deptula speaks with us about the Ukrainian Air Force and their comments that the West is not providing them with the tools they need to beat Russia. Will Smith resigns from …
 
Today, President Biden announced the largest release ever of emergency U.S. oil reserves to try and ease pain at the gas pump. Sky News’ Alex Crawford reports on the Russian soldiers in Ukraine who are so demoralized, they’re refusing to carry out orders and are sabotaging their own equipment. Also, new details on the trial for four men accused of …
 
A U.S. official says accurate information about Russia’s failures on the battlefield and the impact of crippling sanctions is “not making its way to Putin himself.” Ali Rouzi reports live from western Ukraine as Volodomyr Zelenskyy vowed tonight to fight for every meter of Ukrainian soil and “not give up anything.” Also, new details from the moment…
 
Russia is claiming it will “drastically reduce” its bloody assault around Kyiv in northern Ukraine, but the White House says no one should be fooled by Moscow’s claims. Alex Crawford reports from a Ukrainian town that's been the focus of intense attacks for more than a month, trapping people outside Kyiv who are trying to escape bombings. Also, the…
 
President Biden clarified today that he is not calling for a regime change, but was expressing his personal, moral outrage over Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukraine when he said on the world stage that Putin “cannot remain in power.” NBC’s Ali Arouzi reports live in western Ukraine, and Admiral James Stavridis joins Shep to discuss why Putin is “fal…
 
In what could be a huge strategic blow to Vladimir Putin's war in Ukraine, a senior Pentagon official says Russian forces have lost full control of Kherson, a key port city in the southern part of the country. We speak with William Taylor, former Ambassador to Ukraine under Presidents Bush and Obama. Also, reporting from DC as democratic lawmakers …
 
“The single most important thing is for us to stay unified and the world continue to focus on what a brute guy this is,” President Biden said today as Putin wages an unprovoked war on NATO’s doorstep. CNBC’s Kayla Tausche reports from Brussels with more as the president announces additional sanctions to punish Moscow. Plus, New York City Mayor Eric…
 
President Biden is on the ground in Brussels set to meet NATO allies as the alliance tries to stop Russia’s Putin and put an end to his onslaught against Ukraine. CNBC’s Kayla Tausche has more, and Cal Perry reports from Lviv as Ukrainians fight back and regain territory. Also, Perry Russom reports from Louisiana after a tornado ripped through part…
 
Pentagon officials say Russia has lost more than 10% of all the combat power and military forces that it started the invasion with. Shep speaks with Igor Novikov, a former adviser to Ukrainian President Zelenskyy, who says he’s now used to the sound of artillery outside his window. Also, Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson defends her…
 
As a NATO official says Russia is becoming “desperate” in its invasion of Ukraine, the Pentagon reports Russian troops are ramping up the bombing of cities because they have failed to achieve most of their objectives. Cal Perry reports from the western Ukrainian city of Lviv, and we take a look at two Associated Press journalists opening up about t…
 
President Biden warned Chinese President Xi that if he provides any help for Russia’s brutal and horrific invasion of Ukraine, there will be consequences. Sky News’ Alex Crawford shows us the terror Putin is wreaking on Kyiv, and former CIA Director John Brennan joins Shep to discuss Biden & Xi’s call. Also, Andrea Day on the warning from cops acro…
 
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