LaTrice Montgomery joins the show to discuss her upcoming study focused on treatment for young adults seeking to cut down on blunt smoking, and the use of Twitter-based intervention.
In Part II, Amy Ricigliano discusses the initial response to PACT for Animals, working directly with government agencies, and similar programs around the country.
The other Paul finally spoke about his brother, but didn't say anything.
Amy Ricigliano joins the show to discuss PACT for Animals and the work of finding temporary foster homes for pets of military members and hospital patients.
In Part II, Taia and Joe discuss James O'Keefe's book American Pravda, the tight-knit nature of the far right, and the information bubbles we find ourselves stuck in.
In the first part of their conversation, Taia and Joe recall attending James O'Keefe's book launch party for America Pravda and discuss the disingenuous tactics of Project Veritas.
Dr. Steve Billet joins the show to discuss the government shutdown, Democrat concessions, hypocrisy in Washington, and the latest rumors about Trump's personal life.
In Part II, Troy Quast discusses the surge in illicit opioid use, comparing the effects on foster systems in other states, and potential solutions.
Troy Quast joins the show to discuss his recent study exploring the effects of the growing opioid crisis on Florida's foster child care system.
In Part II, Lawrence Kelter gives us inside information about My Cousin Vinny, including conversations with Ralph Macchio and the movie's producer Dale Launer.
Two BTRtoday reporters infiltrate the alt right social event of the season
Lawrence Kelter joins the show to discuss writing the novel Back to Brooklyn, the sequel to the 1992 movie My Cousin Vinny starring Joe Pesci and Marisa Tomei.
Marlise Hofer joins the show to discuss her recent study exploring olfactory cues from romantic partners, and how smelling your partner's shirt can help relieve stress.
In Part II, Fran Santiago-Ávila discusses how the lethal policy in regards to wolves in uniformed and the importance of attempting to coexist with these carnivores.
In Episode 3, Arie revealed his true colors as a pitiless reality personality.
Fran Santiago-Ávila joins the show to discuss his recent study exploring the negative effects of Michigan's state policy of killing wolves to protect livestocks and farms attacked by them.
Joe discusses Donald Trump's comments about "shithole countries" and wonders why people, particularly in the media, hesitate to call the president racist.
In Part II, Kaitlyn Williams talks more about Bach Bracket and how The Bachelor has changed over the years and leaned into its more over-the-top elements.
Kaitlyn Williams joins the show to discuss the creation of Bach Bracket and how fantasy leagues have transformed the way fans watch The Bachelor.
In Part II, Dr. Steve Billet discusses the White House's possible objectives for 2018 and reaction to protests in Iran. Dr. Steve Billet is the Director of the Legislative Affairs Masters and Chief…
Fantasy leagues are a huge part of television’s biggest reality hit.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss the fallout from Michael Wolff's new book on his days with the Trump campaign and administration.
In Part II, Dana Renga discusses the appeal of The Sopranos, the effect of law enforcement, and the mafia's adaptability for survival.
Dana Renga joins the show to discuss pop culture portrayals and glamorization of the mafia in both Italy and the United States.
Michael Wolff’s book is juicy and fun, but it’s important to remember the sources.
In Part III, Sam Di Carlo discusses the unpredictability of search engines and social media, the future of her industry, and what she's learned about human behavior through online behavior.
In Part II, Sam Di Carlo discusses how predictable people are and what exactly happens when you are targeted with advertising.
Sam Di Carlo of Omnicom Media Group joins the show to discuss the world of digital advertising, splits with traditional advertising, and what data gatherers see when you search for things.