Burgess Everett

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Burgess Everett is a congressional reporter for Politico.

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‘Rogue killers’ or a planned murder?

The prince and the president

‘Rogue killers’ or a planned murder?

from Left, Right & Center

At a moment of historic division, the President told reporters yesterday, “The people of the United States…want to see coming together."

Is the President making a new “deal?"

At a moment of historic division, the President told reporters yesterday, “The people of the United States…want to see coming together."

from To the Point

We look at how dismantling the Affordable Care Act would work within the GOP, and how Democrats in Congress might react.

Would Democrats work with Republicans on a new health care law?

We look at how dismantling the Affordable Care Act would work within the GOP, and how Democrats in Congress might react.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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The House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol is holding the first in a series of what's expected to be 6 public hearings.

Panelists discuss the bipartisan deal struck in the Senate on gun safety, as well as the testimony of Republican election officials who stood up to former President Donald Trump’s…

from Left, Right & Center

At a time when the war that could end civilization escalates, peace activist Ron Kovic marks his July 4 birthday sounding the alarm about the true costs of war, a sentiment shared by…

from Scheer Intelligence

The City of Los Angeles aims to inject $8.5 million directly into nine neighborhoods that have faced systemic inequities through its first participatory budget program.

from KCRW Features

Wildfire-prone communities can earn better insurance coverage and discounts if they work to prevent wildfires. But it takes time and money that some poorer places don’t have.

from Greater LA

The authors of “Let’s Agree to Disagree” offer a guide to fostering critical thinking and dialogue in a society that seems to have forgotten how to engage in either.

from Scheer Intelligence

The Supreme Court has struck down Roe v. Wade, the 1973 case establishing a nationwide right to an abortion. Now - millions of Americans will lose access to abortion care.

Tuesday is the last day to vote in the California primary, and 13% of registered voters have returned a ballot so far.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

After several guilty pleas, prosecutors won a conviction in the first trial connected to a wide-ranging corruption scandal that has exposed the dark side of LA politics.

from KCRW Features