Christine Emba is a columnist for the Washington Post's Opinions section and editor of In Theory, the Post's ideas blog.
Josh Barro discusses the fight in Congress over the next phase of coronavirus aid and the dispatch of federal agents with Christine Emba, Megan McArdle and Geoff Ingersoll.
Jul. 24from Left, Right & Center
Josh Barro discusses Joe Biden’s surge in the polls, Trump’s stumbling, and where US China policy should go next with Christine Emba, Megan McArdle and Ali Wyne.
Jun. 26from Left, Right & Center
Josh Barro talks with Christine Emba, Michael Steele and Emily Bazelon.
Jun. 19from Left, Right & Center
Protestors and Black Lives Matter activists are drumming up support for The People’s Budget, which would cut funding from the city’s police department and reallocate that money for…
Jul. 15from Greater LA
Ken White and Josh Barro discuss the legal fight over Mary Trump’s book and the buzz it’s created, Roger Stone’s attempts to stay out of prison, and more.
Jul. 8from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
The Los Angeles City Council has come under ramped-up scrutiny following ongoing protests for racial justice.
Jul. 9from KCRW Features
Protests for racial justice in the United States have been ongoing for the past two months.
Jul. 30from KCRW Features
In “ Rigged,” historian David Shimer documents both countries attempts to manipulate democracies abroad — and comes to some questionable conclusions
Jul. 31from Scheer Intelligence
With just under 100 days to go before the November election, state and county officials are trying to get residents ready to vote.
Jul. 27from Greater LA
Some members of the Los Angeles Times Guild have formed a Latino Caucus and written an open letter to management that calls for better representation in the newsroom.
Jul. 23from KCRW Features
With the COVID-19 health crisis still at the top of Germany’s agenda, have climate change policies fallen to the wayside? Or has the pandemic provided a test run in crisis management?
Aug. 5from Studio Berlin
As coronavirus cases continue to rise in Southern California, there’s no telling when live music performances will come back.
Jul. 6from Greater LA