Adam Entous is a national security correspondent for the Washington Post. He is a former national security correspondent for the Wall Street Journal.
Long before Trump was elected president his son-in-law Jared Kushner had ties to China.
Feb. 8, 2018from To the Point
It's now common knowledge that Russia tried to influence last year's election in favor of Donald Trump. What was the role of social media?
Sep. 28, 2017from To the Point
Today's Washington Post calls Russian interference in last year's election the political "crime of the century." It was quickly traced to President Vladimir Putin.
Jun. 23, 2017from To the Point
A four-part documentary series from KCRW. In the first episode of Samaritans, we meet Christine Curtiss, learn where she came from and what her everyday life is like on the street.
Jun. 13from To the Point
Josh Barro and Ken White talk about Mary Trump’s tell-all book, Roger Stone’s orders from the judge and whether Sidney Powell and Jay Clayton are good lawyers.
Jul. 1from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
Protests against police brutality have been a daily occurrence following the death of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis Police Department.
Jun. 12from KCRW Features
Dominique Fung’s paintings unpack her understanding of her own cultural identity. Paul Sepuya’s photographs bring emotions to disembodied digital communication.
Jun. 23from Arts & Culture Stories
A Facebook post looking for Black video editors sparked hateful comments and allegations of “anti-white racism,” drawing attention to Hollywood’s lack of diversity and reluctance to…
Jun. 25from Greater LA
“We can’t act like nothing happened.” The service was a moment for his friends and family to remember him. But they also demanded answers from authorities.
Jul. 1from KCRW Features
Companies, celebrities, and influencers have released statements that express support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Jun. 18from The Business
Statues of slave traders and Confederate leaders are being toppled or defaced during protests following the killing of George Floyd.
Jun. 25from Design and Architecture
Two important moments in LGBTQ history happened in Huntington Park in December 1968. The first: Reverend Troy D.
Jun. 26from KCRW Features