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Sound Bites • A SAMPLING OF NEWSWEEK’S LATEST PODCASTS
Mining for Support
Dance With Waves
Clean Energy’s Dirty Secret • The human cost of modern society’s rechargeable batteries is the men, women and children of the Congo
The Chances for Peace in Ukraine are Slim • As the war nears its one year anniversary, both Kyiv and Moscow are preparing for more and bloodier fighting and betting they can win more on the battlefield than at the negotiating table
Why the Right Should Embrace Social Investing • Forget ‘woke’ capitalism. Pay attention to what ESG data reveals about a company’s long-term prospects
A COSMIC GIFT OF GREAT PRICE • A RARE COMET FROM DEEP SPACE WILL SOON APPEAR IN THE NIGHT SKIES. STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING AND LOOK UP
THE MOST TRUSTED BRANDS IN AMERICA 2023
Scavenger Hunt Through Modern-Day Ruins • Urban exploration of abandoned man-made structures became popular in the 1990s when modern society was fast forwarding into the next century. Left behind were remnants of human civilization. Far away from modernization, rusted in air, tangled in weeds and vines, ruins tell forgotten tales and sometimes become history in and of themselves. From a Volkswagen cemetery in Utah to Soviet architecture in Armenia to a women’s correctional facility in Thailand, here are deserted sites that take you back to a forgotten era.