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Why QAnon Survives After Trump

Travis View hosts the conspiracy-debunking podcast QAnon Anonymous. He says QAnon persists because its delusional ideas don't come from a single leader, but are "self-generated" and "crowdsourced."

Cocooning Lullaby
Bounce: pts I + II Nate Smith
Fortified Heart Elsa Pelling
Colouour Moses Sumney
Detroit Madness J Dilla
Ooohwee Monma
S.H.A.P.E.S. A.L.I.S.O.N.

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Why QAnon Survives After Trump

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Dallas L'eclair
Flashdance...What a Feeling [#] Diana DeWitt & Giorgio Moroder
Trail of Tears The Budos Band
Riot in Lagos Ryuichi Sakamoto, Kenji Omura et. al.
Kyiv Tom Misch and Yussuf Dayes
Sphinx Gate Hiatus Kaiyote

NFL official Sarah Thomas is set to become the first woman to officiate in a Super Bowl. "When you start having more and more and more females, no one's doing it for the recognition. They are doing it because they love it." Scott Halleran/Getty Images hide caption

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Referee Sarah Thomas Will Make Super Bowl History - But She's Part of a Trend

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Please Chill Emapea
Footsteps Goson
Scientists Four Tet

Anything for Selena weaves the life of the late Tejano singer together with that of the podcast's host, Maria Garcia. Illustration by Iliana Galvez/WBUR hide caption

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The Podcast 'Anything For Selena' Tells A Story Larger Than The Artist's Life

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Holding You Tight Selena

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