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Ongoing news reports from Washington and elsewhere by Emmy award-winning reporter Simon Marks (http://www.simonmarks.com) . Simon's coverage airs on TV and radio networks worldwide and is now also available through all major podcast services. Once called "the harbinger of daily astonishment", Simon is the President & Chief Correspondent of Feature Story News (http://www.featurestorynews.com) . You can watch his latest TV reporting here. (https://www.youtube.com/user/SimonMarksFSN)
 
Twenty-five years ago Lena Nozizwe scored a number of exclusives in covering the murder of Tupac Shakur. Twenty-five years later more exclusives to come via her series of interviews with one of the original investigators of Tupac's murder. "Lena Nozizwe Reporting: Tupac's Murder Was His Case" debuts August 31, 2021. #tupacmurderpodcast
 
CADORS is Transport Canada's Civil Aviation Daily Occurrence Reporting System. In this podcast we discuss some of those reports to learn how to be safer pilots, mechanics, and air traffic service providers. Each episode focuses on one aerodrome in Canada. The podcast is provided by CADORS.CA, not by Transport Canada or any other government agency.
 
Updates from the team at the Business Intelligence leader Reporting Accounts, we bring you the latest news and updates from the UK's business community. We track the filed accounts covering more than 4.8 million UK companies and are rapidly buiding a free to use database of that data. We are a great source of free data for marketing or monitor your competitors, suppliers and customers. Join the growing number of users using our service on a regular basis to protect and develop their businesses.
 
Why report rape through a criminal procedure when there's a 95% chance that the rapist will never even be arrested, and less than a 1% chance than the rapist will be convicted? Why report rape when your rapist will hire a P.I. to intimidate and harass you through the process? Why report rape when your detective will refer to a strangulation mark on your neck as a hickey? Why report rape when you'll be met with a culture of hostility and disbelief, and be blamed at every turn for what someone ...
 
Truthdig Podcast - Interviews and spoken articles from a Web magazine providing expert in-depth coverage of current affairs as well as a variety of thoughtful, provocative content assembled from a progressive point of view.
 
4.2 Contact Hours; credit available until 08/01/2012. Access Continuing Education, Inc. is approved as a provider of nursing continuing education (provider #09-06-003PR) by the Vermont State Nurses' Association, Inc., which is accredited as an approver of continuing education in nursing by the American Nurses' Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
 
For almost 2,000 miles, one line defines a country and divides the world. What is life like at the U.S.-Mexico border now, and how would a wall change that? In this podcast, journalists take you with them to the border to find out. Meet a human smuggler. Ride with armed vigilantes. Get bitten – lightly! – by a jaguar. Fly over the entire border line. Hear what journalists go through to get these stories – and the surprising things they learn along the way. This podcast is hosted by Nicole Ca ...
 
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On this episode, Matt, JR, and Paul discuss long Lambeau lines, Covid ravaging the receivers, Kliff’s quick offense, Kyler Murray’s threat as a runner, the Texans being stupid and giving Arizona their two best players for nothing while we just get Randall Cobb, how important Randall Cobb might be, blocked kicks, Chase Edmonds and James Conner, fals…
 
You have been listening from India to Saudi Arabia and from England to Nigeria. Thank you. In this episode, dear listeners, you provide the questions. www.tupacmurderpodcast.com#tupacmurderpodcast#whokilledtupac You have asked. Art from "Lena Nozizwe Reporting: Tupac's Murder Was His Case" is available now via Society 6 here. https://society6.com/n…
 
So much has happened over the 25 years since the murder of Tupac Shakur in Nevada. Now retired homicide Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Detective Brent Becker and award-winning journalist Lena Nozizwe take a look at whatever happened to those whose lives intersected with the influential rapper. www.tupacmurderpodcast.com#tupacmurderpodcast…
 
On this week’s episode, JR and Paul discuss the Bucks cool transformer ring, the Packers slow slow beatdown of the Bears, why they’re so slow, whether they’re actually good at offense or defense, what would happen if they lost Davante, and the difficulties in adjusting for strength of schedule. Also, like all of the Football Team’s players are hurt…
 
In this episode of Reporting as Eligible, Paul, JR, and Matt discuss the gloriousness of Davante Adams and how Amari Rodgers is sort of the polar opposite of that. They also discuss red zone issues, the need for another receiver to step up, Bob being bad, Allen being absent, Cobb being Cromulent, and Taylor being Tall. They also discuss the red zon…
 
For the first time now retired Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Detective Brent Becker exclusively tells Lena Nozizwe he knew who killed Tupac less than a year into the investigation. So why no arrest then? Why no arrest 25 years later? Has the case been solved? Will it ever be solved? Is it even possible for the case to be prosecuted? List…
 
On this episode, Paul and JR discuss the tragedy of Jaire’s injury, and just how bad it can be, potential replacements, methods of compensation, bargaining, denial, and acceptance. We also have our first big reassessment of Joe Barry, Maurice Drayton and the ten point swing that didn’t happen, Allen Lazard mauling people, Randall Cobb’s hyper effic…
 
First, The Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur were good friends. Then mortal enemies. And in death--simply immortal. In this episode of "Lena Nozizwe Reporting: Tupac's Murder Was His Case" now-retired Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Detective Brent Becker discusses the intersection of the murders of Pac and Big intersected. That includes B…
 
On this episode, Paul, JR, and Matt discuss the amazing last second win over the 49ers, the impact of penalties and Jerome Boger, poor clock management, Eric Stokes and Jaire Alexander, the resurrection of Preston Smith, Kenny Clark improving the entire line, two of the best inside linebackers in the league per PFF, Bob Tonyan’s monster blos, Aaron…
 
On the streets, he was known as Lando or Baby Lane. Orlando Tive Anderson has also become known as the person most cited as Tupac Shakur's killer. Why? Was Anderson a blood-thirsty killer seeking revenge and or paper? Or was he simply at the wrong place at the wrong time? Lena Nozizwe first started asking the investigative team of the Las Vegas Met…
 
Hold On, Hold On Paul, Matt, and JR discuss the Packers’ first win of 2021, and whether beating Detroit really counts. Was the offense really good or are we being bamboozled by a good quarter and a half? Aaron Jones saving the day, MVS’s early struggles, Josh Myers quiet good play, the hopeful ascension of Eric Stokes, the dominoes that fall if Sto…
 
Orlando Anderson. The Notorious B.I.G, Suge Knight, Diddy. And there are names you have never heard of before. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department sifted through a number of clues in the investigating who killed Tupac Shakur. Brent Becker, one of the original LVMPD homicide detectives on the case walks journalist Lena Nozizwe through the i…
 
Much has been said about the investigation of the murder of Tupac Shakur. It's hard to find anything good. What exactly did the Metropolitan Police Department do? For the first time Brent Becker, one of the original investigators on the case, provides a detailed review from the inside. Nothing is off the table in the extensive interview with award-…
 
Reporting as Eligible – The Manbun of Quarterbacks In this week’s episode, Paul, JR, and Matt discuss bad hair, no hair, how you can’t actually evaluate much when people just play poorly, Aaron getting punched in the jiminy crickets, two-safety looks, game theory and running against two-safety looks, Joe Barry being terrible, but the Packer defensi…
 
Now retired Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Detective Brent Becker is one of a handful of people in the world who witnessed the autopsy of Tupac Shakur. For the first time, he reveals exclusively what he saw 25 years ago starting with the call that Tupac had passed away. Lena Nozizwe also probes Becker about the enduring belief that the in…
 
Matt, Paul, and JR preview the upcoming game against the Saints, how it may be a bit of a preview of the 2022 Packers, why Jameis Winston is underrated, the still good Saints defense, whether Allen Lazard will have more receiving yards than MVS, Bakhtiari v. Jenkins, Kevin King on the depth chart, Joe Barry impersonating better defensive coordinato…
 
When Lena Nozizwe interviewed former Death Row CEO Suge Knight in jail in the 1990s he told her that September 7, 1996, was a historic day. Some 25 years later his words have proven to be prophetic. One of the original investigators of the case, now retired Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department homicide Detective Brent Becker, gives the most det…
 
Matt, Paul, and JR discuss the trade for Corey Bojorquez at length, how they called it last week, and how cool they all are for doing so. They then move on to the surprises of cutdown day, particularly on the offensive line, and in the secondary, where things look a lot like they did last season. Why is Jake Hanson still on the team? Will Hunter Br…
 
Twenty-five years ago Brent Becker was a homicide detective with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. Lena Nozizwe was an on-air correspondent and producer with a prime-time crime show. Their paths crossed after Tupac Shakur was shot on September 7. 1996 on his way to perform at a benefit concert. Twenty-five years later "Lena Nozizwe Repo…
 
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