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Sound Bites • A SAMPLING OF NEWSWEEK’S LATEST PODCASTS
Driving While Black
Pointe Goes On
‘Pilgrimage of Peace’
A New Era for Labor • Forget about “quiet quitting.” This year will be all about “loud layoffs”
Michigan’s Bid to Be the Next Silicon Valley • Automakers and government are combining to make the state a hub of advanced technology
HOW TO CONQUER YOUR PRIMITIVE BRAIN • More than 40 PERCENT of everything we do—from washing dishes to spreading misinformation— is HABITUAL. Science has some ideas about how to do BETTER.
DEATH BY NEGLECT • A lawsuit alleges an Arkansas jail allowed a mentally challenged man to die of dehydration and starvation behind bars. Who is accountable?
Can’t-Miss Romantic Sunset Spots • As the sky fills with pinks and purples, it’s hard to not be dazzled by the sheer beauty of Mother Nature’s sunsets. Enjoying a sunset with a romantic partner can make the occasion more special. Whether it’s a natural wonder with a view, one of the world’s most iconic landmarks or a casual patio where drinks and conversation go together, the sunset watching spots on this list are perfect for Valentine’s Day—or anytime you want a little extra romance.
Right-Wing Rings of Power • Libertarian tech moguls and conservative politicians have taken inspiration from The Lord of The Rings. Did J.R.R. Tolkien have a free-market message?