David Stout

Washington Bureau reporter for the New York Times

Guest

Washington Bureau reporter for the New York Times

David Stout on KCRW

A week before Indiana's presidential primaries, the US Supreme Court today   upheld  that state's law requiring photo identification when voters go to the polls.

Supreme Court Upholds Indiana Voter ID Law

A week before Indiana's presidential primaries, the US Supreme Court today upheld that state's law requiring photo identification when voters go to the polls.

from To the Point

More from KCRW

Disney’s board of directors has ousted Bob Chapek. Former CEO and Executive Chairman Bob Iger will replace him.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Panelists discuss what to expect during the lame duck session, the future direction of both parties amid a split Congress, and what polls got wrong and right during the midterm…

from Left, Right & Center

A retail bottleneck has pushed the cannabis crop value down in California. A handful of marijuana measures recently approved by voters may change that.

from KCRW Features

Under Elon Musk’s new leadership, Twitter has been delisted from the New York Stock Exchange and has introduced new changes. Some users are leaving the platform in response.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Historian Joel Beinin uses his personal experiences to paint a picture of Israel, past and present, as a country and an idea.

from Scheer Intelligence

State Senator Scot Wiener has received thousands of death threats over the last few years. He says there’s little security for the majority of Congress members.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Donald Trump is running for president for the third time. His Tuesday announcement is widely seen as an attempt to shield himself from criminal and civil investigations.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

For 16 years the former Democrat congressman from Cleveland advocated for peaceful alternatives to the madness of war, but now members of his party in Congress are permitted only the…

from Scheer Intelligence

LA City Councilmember-elect Hugo Soto-Martinez credits his South LA-based upbringing, union organizing, and time studying criminology at UC Irvine for giving him a different…

from Greater LA