Planet Money
Planet Money
The battle over Osage headrights
Richard J. Lonsinger is a member of the Ponca tribe of Oklahoma, who was adopted at a young age into a white family of three. He eventually reconnected with his birth family, but when his birth mother passed away in 2010, he wasn't included in the distribution of her estate. Feeling both hurt and excluded, he asked a judge to re-open her estate, to give him a part of one particular asset: an Osage headright. An Osage headright is a share of profits from resources like oil, gas, and coal that have been extracted from the Osage Nation's land. These payments can be sizeable - thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars a year. Historically, they were even larger – in the 1920s the Osage were some of the wealthiest people in the world. But that wealth also made them a target and subject to paternalistic and predatory laws. Over the previous century, hundreds of millions of dollars in oil money have been taken from the Osage people. On today's show: the story of how Richard Lonsinger gradually came to learn this history, and how he made his peace with his part of a complicated inheritance. This episode was produced by Willa Rubin with help from Alyssa Jeong Perry and Emma Peaslee. It was engineered by Brian Jarboe and fact-checked by Sierra Juarez. It was edited by Keith Romer, with help from Shannon Shaw Duty from Osage News. Help support Planet Money and get bonus episodes by subscribing to Planet Money+ in Apple Podcasts or at
24 min
Morbid Network | Wondery
Episode 445: The Murder of Kelly Ann Tinyes
Kelly Ann Tinyes was at home babysitting her eight-year-old brother, Richie, on the afternoon of March 3, 1989 when the phone rang. Richie answered, talking briefly to the man on the other end of the line, before handing the phone to his sister, telling her it was someone named “John.” After a short conversation with “John,” Kelly hung up the phone and left the house around 3:15 pm, telling her brother she was going to her friend’s house down the street and would be right back. It was the last time Kelly’s family would see her alive. Thank you to the prodigious David White for research assistance :) References Associated Press. 1990. "Sex motive charged in girl's slaying." The Journal News, February 16: 18. Bessent, Alvin. 1989. "Defense lawyer thrown off LI murder case." Newsday, October 3: 47. Danney, Micah. 2015. "Tinyes girl's killer denied parole." Long Island Herald, November 18. Lyall, Sarah. 1990. "Blood tests link Golub to crime scene." New York Times, March 1: B2. —. 1990. "Golub Case: Main Puzzle Is the Suspect." New York Times, March 5: B1. —. 1990. "Marks on body not from bites, dentist testifies." New York Times, March 23: B4. Milton, Pat. 1989. "Teen's murder transforms quiet L.I. neighborhood." The Journal News, March 26: 77. Mulugeta, Samson. 1997. "Drug case brings echo of murder." Newsday, March 23: 29. New York Times. 1978. "Not guilty verdict finds killer insane." New York Times, April 27: D21. Nieves, Evelyn. 1998. "What Happened on Horton Road." New York Times, May 31. Pearlman, Shirley, and Elizabeth Wasserman. 1989. "Tempers flare as murder hearing begins." Newsday, August 15: 61. Pearlman, Shirley, and Phil Mintz. 1989. "What cops say Golub told them." Newsday, August 15: 3. People v. Robert Golub. 1993. 196 A.D.2d 637 (Nassau County Appeals Court, August 23). Watkins, Ronald J. 2000. Against Her Will: The Senseless Murder of Kelly Ann Tinyes. Syracuse, NY: Pinnacle Books. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
1 hr 21 min
The Ezra Klein Show
The Ezra Klein Show
New York Times Opinion
A Radical Way of Thinking About Money
It’s been two weeks since the Silicon Valley Bank run, and we’re still feeling the ripple effects — not just at banks like Signature, First Republic and Credit Suisse, which are definitely taking a beating. Across the industry, too, banks are on edge, and regulators are rushing to keep the system together. Every financial crisis is different. And every financial crisis is the same. Assets that a lot of people thought were safe — mortgage-backed securities in the 2008 crisis and long-term Treasury bonds in this latest bank run — end up not being so secure. When assets start failing, people panic. Usually, regulators pick up the pieces with some kind of bailout, and there are calls for more oversight. The theory goes that regulations should focus on keeping a couple of wayward institutions in line, and we’ve gone through this playbook over and over again. We’re going through it now, and it’s time we take a different approach to banking regulation. Morgan Ricks is a law professor at Vanderbilt University who thinks those measures often miss the mark in addressing the problems baked into our banking system. He’s worked both on Wall Street and in the Treasury Department. He wrote the book “The Money Problem,” which reflects on the 2008 financial crisis. But the theory he presents in the book ends up being explanatory today. We discuss what lessons banking regulators missed from the Great Recession; the need to panic-proof the entire financial system, as opposed to developing regulations around a systemic risk that he finds hard to define; why it’s important now to revisit the basics of banking, its relationship to creating money and the tendencies that get banks in trouble; the government’s role in insuring or backstopping deposits; what it would mean for the government to start treating money as a public good for us all; and more. Mentioned: “Scrap the Bank Deposit Insurance Limit” by Lev Menand and Morgan Ricks “FedAccounts: Digital Dollars” by Morgan Ricks, J. Crawford and L. Menand Book Recommendations: Flash Boys by Michael Lewis The Idea Factory by Jon Gertner The Fed Unbound by Lev Menand Thoughts? Guest suggestions? Email us at You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more episodes of “The Ezra Klein Show” at, and you can find Ezra on Twitter @ezraklein. Book recommendations from all our guests are listed at This episode of “The Ezra Klein Show” was produced by Rollin Hu, Kristin Lin, Emefa Agawu, Annie Galvin and Jeff Geld. Fact-checking by Michelle Harris and Kate Sinclair. Mixing by Jeff Geld. Original music by Isaac Jones. Audience strategy by Shannon Busta. The executive producer of New York Times Opinion Audio is Annie-Rose Strasser. Special thanks to Carole Sabouraud and Kristina Samulewski.
1 hr 3 min
WNYC Studios
Alone Enough
Cat Jaffee didn’t necessarily think of herself as someone who loved being alone. But then, the pandemic hit. And she got diagnosed with cancer. Actually, those two things happened on the exact same day, at the exact same hour. In the shadow of that nightmarish timing, Cat found her way to a sport that celebrated the solitude that was forced on her, and taught her how to not only embrace self-reliance, but to love it. This sport is called competitive bikepacking. And in these competitions, riders have to bring everything they need to complete epic bike rides totally by themselves. They pack all the supplies they think they’ll need to survive, and have to refuse some of the simplest, subtlest, most intangible boosts that exist in our world. But a leader has emerged in this sport. Her name is Lael Wilcox, and she’s a total rockstar in the world of competitive bikepacking. She’s broken all kinds of records. And also, some rules. Most recently, on this one ride she did across the entire state of Arizona. We set out to find out what it means — for Cat, for Lael, and for any of us — to endure incredibly hard things, totally alone. The answer is on the course, in our bodies, and hidden in that mysterious place between us and the people we care about. Special thanks to Anna Haslock, Nico Sandi, Michael Fryar, Moab Public Radio, Nichole Baker and Payson McElveen for sharing their studio with us, and The Ratavist, for letting us use the audio of Lael’s ride across Arizona. You can watch the original video here ( EPISODE CREDITS This episode was reported by - Cat Jaffee and Rachael Cusick Produced by - Rachael Cusick with help from - Pat Walters Original music and sound design by - Jeremy Bloom with mixing help from - Arianne Wack Fact-checking by - Emily Krieger Edited by - Pat Walters CITATIONS: Videos: You can watch Lael’s you can watch Lael’s ride across Arizona here ( And see the next season of racing by following along on ( Our newsletter comes out every Wednesday. It includes short essays, recommendations, and details about other ways to interact with the show. Sign up (! Radiolab is supported by listeners like you. Support Radiolab by becoming a member of The Lab ( today. Radiolab is on YouTube! Catch up with new episodes and hear classics from our archive. Plus, find other cool things we did in the past — like miniseries, music videos, short films and animations, behind-the-scenes features, Radiolab live shows, and more. Take a look, explore and subscribe! Follow our show on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @radiolab, and share your thoughts with us by emailing Leadership support for Radiolab’s science programming is provided by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, Science Sandbox, a Simons Foundation Initiative, and the John Templeton Foundation. Foundational support for Radiolab was provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
43 min
The Matt Walsh Show
The Matt Walsh Show
The Daily Wire
Ep. 1136 - You're A 'Fascist' If You Want To Know What Your Child Is Being Taught In School
Click here to join the member exclusive portion of my show:  Today on the Matt Walsh Show, Republicans pass a bill intended to give parents the right to know what's going on in their child's school. Democrats respond by claiming that government accountability and transparency is, yes, "fascist." Also, the TikTok executives are grilled during a congressional hearing. And a violent criminal robs, assaults, and paralyzes a woman. The judge responded by cutting his bond in half. In our Daily Cancellation, a radio host in Boston provoked the fake outrage machine by accidentally saying a word that was once used as a racial slur 80 years ago. - - -  DailyWire+: Become a DailyWire+ member to gain access to movies, shows, documentaries, and more:  Pre-order your Jeremy's Chocolate here: Shop all Jeremy’s Razors products here:  Represent the Sweet Baby Gang by shopping my merch here:   - - -  Today’s Sponsors: Express VPN - Get 3 Months FREE of ExpressVPN: Policygenius - Compare Life Insurance quotes in minutes at Birch Gold - Text "WALSH" to 989898, or go to, for your no-cost, no-obligation, FREE information kit. - - - Socials: Follow on Twitter:  Follow on Instagram:  Follow on Facebook:  Subscribe on YouTube: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
1 hr 2 min
Huberman Lab
Huberman Lab
Scicomm Media
Leverage Dopamine to Overcome Procrastination & Optimize Effort
In this episode, I explain how dopamine dynamics — meaning changes and interactions between our baseline and peak levels of dopamine drive our cravings and sense of motivation. I also explain how to leverage dopamine dynamics to overcome procrastination. I cover behavioral, cognitive, nutrition-based and supplementation-based tools to optimize baseline and peak dopamine levels to ensure a persistently motivated state. I also discuss how to boost motivation when you are in a rut, why you might not want to stack behaviors/substances that spike dopamine and how build and maintain a “growth mindset” for pursuing goals of any kind. Dopamine is an incredibly powerful neuromodulator involved in basic functions (e.g., hunger, romantic attraction, etc.) and feats of cognitive and physical performance; by understanding the dynamics of dopamine, listeners ought to be better positioned to overcome procrastination, maintain motivation, and improve confidence. For the full show notes, visit Thank you to our sponsors AG1 (Athletic Greens): Helix Sleep: WHOOP: ROKA: InsideTracker: Supplements from Momentous Timestamps (00:00:00) Dopamine (00:02:32) Sponsors: Eight Sleep, WHOOP, ROKA, Momentous (00:06:27) Dopamine Brain Circuits (00:14:53) Goals & Addiction (00:17:13) Dopamine Dynamics, “Wave Pool” analogy (00:20:28) Craving, Motivation, Pursuit & Reward Prediction Error (00:28:26) Sponsor: AG1 (Athletic Greens) (00:29:40) Feedback Cues & Reward Contingent Learning, “Scoreboard” (00:37:40) Addiction; Pleasure & Pain Imbalance (00:44:55) Dopamine Release & Addictive Substances/Behaviors (00:50:43) Addiction Recovery, Binding Behaviors (00:53:25) Tools: Maintain Baseline Dopamine Levels (01:02:08) Sponsor: InsideTracker (01:03:26) Tool: Deliberate Cold Exposure & Dopamine (01:09:38) Prescriptions & Supplementation: L-Tyrosine, Mucuna Pruriens (01:18:58) Dopamine Trough Recovery, Postpartum Depression (01:23:31) Dopamine Dynamics, “Dopamine Stacking”; Intrinsic Motivation (01:38:10) Making Effort the Reward, Growth Mindset (01:41:49) Tool: Overcome Procrastination (01:52:16) Tool: Meditation & Procrastination (01:57:01) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Momentous, Neural Network Newsletter, Social Media Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer
1 hr 59 min
فنجان مع عبدالرحمن أبومالح
فنجان مع عبدالرحمن أبومالح
ثمانية/ thmanyah
290: كيف تتناول وجبات سريعة وتنحف
أغلب الناس، وأنا منهم، نعاني مع الوزن وضبطه. ولا أحد راضٍ عن وزنه؛ فالنحيف يريد أن يسمن، وصاحب الوزن الزائد يريد أن ينقص وزنه. والمشكلة أنك لا تعلم ما الحل، فلدى كل مختص بالمجال حل مختلف. ويرى أن حله الحل الصحيح، والبقية على خطأ. هنا طرح جديد، وبسيط لحل مشكلة الوزن. فضيفي يمر عليه أكثر من 500 مراجع في عيادته شهريًّا. والأكيد أنّه استطاع أن يشكل تصورًا عن السلوكيات السيئة، وكيف نستطيع تغييرها؛ للوصول إلى حياة صحية ووزن مثالي. فضيف هذه الحلقة، الدكتور فيصل بن سعود طبيب أسرة وأخصائي تحكم وزن. فتحدثنا عن العادات الخاطئة في الأكل، فيرى الدكتور فيصل أنَّ مشكلة أغلب المجتمع في الوجبات الخفيفة و«المفرحات». وأنَّ العديد من الناس يعتقدون أن الأكل الصحي يمكن تناوله بكميات كبيرة، وهذا خطأ لأن الجسم لا يفرّق. كما تحدثنا عن كيف تختلف عملية حرق الدهون بين الأشخاص. وكيف من الممكن أن تنزل وزنك، فيقول ضيفي: إنَّ المشروبات والتمر والمكسرات والسكريات والدهون و«المفرحات» هي التي تتحكم في وزنك، وعليها يمكنك تنزيل وزنك أو زيادته. انتقلنا بعدها إلى الحديث عن جدوى الأنظمة الغذائية لضبط الوزن، كالكيتو والصيام المتقطع وكل الأنظمة القاسية. فيوضح الدكتور فيصل أنه يمكن الوصول إلى الوزن الذي تريده من دونها. فلا يريدك أن تجبر نفسك على ترك شيء أو الالتزام بنموذج معين. فهو لديه نظام، يقول إنّه النظام الصحي المفترض أن تتبعه الناس كافة. الحلقة 290 من بودكاست فنجان مع فيصل سعود. بوسعك الاستماع إلى الحلقة من خلال منصات البودكاست على الهاتف المحمول. نرشّح الاستماع إلى البودكاست عبر تطبيق (Apple Podcasts) على الآيفون، وتطبيق (Google Podcasts) على الأندرويد. ويهمنا معرفة رأيك عن الحلقات، وتقييمك للبودكاست على (Apple Podcast). كما بوسعك اقتراح ضيف لبودكاست فنجان بمراسلتنا على: ليصلك جديد ثمانية، اشترك في نشراتنا البريدية من هنا. اعرف أكثر عن مبادرة مشروع رابح من المركز الوطني لتنمية القطاع غير الربحي: تملّك وحدات سكنية ذكية بخدمات عقارية مستدامة وحلول شراء مبتكرة، مع وحدات #صفا_للاستثمار: سواء أكنت من عشّاق القهوة بتحضير صنّاعها المحترفين أم تفضّل تحضيرها في المنزل. نشْرُف بإثرائك في عالم القهوة المختصة، ابدأ بخطوة: وشاركنا تجربتك عبر منصاتنا التفاعلية. الروابط: * @drfaisalsaud — حساب فيصل سعود على تويتر * فكر خارج الثلاجة — كتاب فيصل سعود * الحمية الغذائية لن تزيل السمنة — حلقة عمار العمار * كيف تتجنب أمراض الشيخوخة — حلقة آدم بطاينة * قلة النوم تسبب السرطان — حلقة أحمد باهمام See for privacy information.
2 hr 55 min
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