Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker discuss Trump’s approach to this year’s election. They break down his remarks on protesting, violence, and the Democratic Party (2:35). They then discuss the newspapers that are getting rid of their newsrooms and the impact it could have on the profession (20:30). Then, sportswriter Jeff Benedict joins to talk about his new book about the New England Patriots, The Dynasty (31:30). Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemaker Guesses the Strained-Pun Headline.
Trump’s Crime Talk, the Death of the Newsroom, and Jeff Benedict on the Patriots
Bryan and David discuss the president’s approach to this year’s election, how newspapers are getting rid of their newsrooms, and more
‘Honestly, Nevermind’ and "Break My Soul" find two of pop’s biggest artists moving in new directions. Are the producers and DJs in those scenes viewing that as an opportunity or an appropriation of their music?
Tadej Pogacar is the reigning two-time Tour champion and a cycling phenom. But the man he beat two years ago—Primoz Roglic—has the team and skill to take back what was nearly his in 2020.
After a disappointing follow-up to its surprise run to the East finals, Atlanta agreed to send a robust package to the Spurs in the hopes that Murray can be the perfect complement to Trae Young
Justin, Rob, and Wos discuss the Nuggets-Wizards deal and preview this weekend’s free agency action
Autosport reporter Luke Smith joins Kevin to discuss last year’s race between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, discuss the performance by British drivers from Lando Norris to George Russell to Hamilton, and then talk through the midseason pressure on Mercedes and Ferrari