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Brad Plumer

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Brad Plumer is reporter covering climate change for the New York Times. He is a former senior editor at Vox.com, where he also covered energy and the environment. Before that, he reported for the Washington Post.

Brad Plumer on KCRW

Trump issues two orders to undermine Obamacare.

Sabotage?

Trump issues two orders to undermine Obamacare.

from Left, Right & Center

The EPA today took a long-awaited step to  cut ground-level ozone , also called smog. Republicans are already opposed to new limits on factories and power plants.

EPA Announces Tough New Smog-Cutting Rules

The EPA today took a long-awaited step to cut ground-level ozone , also called smog. Republicans are already opposed to new limits on factories and power plants.

from To the Point

Before anyone knew for sure there would be a government shutdown at midnight tonight, Democrats and Republicans were blaming each other.

Brinksmanship and the Blame Game

Before anyone knew for sure there would be a government shutdown at midnight tonight, Democrats and Republicans were blaming each other.

from To the Point

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President Trump decides he’s done waiting for Congress to fund his border wall. He’s doing it himself, or at least trying to, anyway.

from Left, Right & Center

There are so many Democrats wanting to be president in 2020. Cory Booker is the latest to announce.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Democrats seem unlikely to give in to President Trump’s wall funding demands, making another government shutdown likely.

from Left, Right & Center

The government reopens (for now) after Trump caves on his wall demands.

from Left, Right & Center

Everyone is talking about Tuesday’s State of the Union, including us.

from Left, Right & Center

Wait, what is the message, Rudy?

from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers

Demands for the impeachment of President Trump are on the rise since Democrats re-took the House. But, what if the Senate refused to convict him?

from To the Point

More than 800,000 federal employees continue to go without pay in what could soon be the longest government shutdown yet.

from Left, Right & Center

President Trump asked for unity from a newly divided Congress--which has more women than ever before.

from To the Point