Author of “The Line Becomes a River: Dispatches From The Border”
Francisco Cantu grew up near the U.S.-Mexico border, and he wanted to understand it better -- the policy fights over it, the people who cross it. So he joined the border patrol.
Feb. 22, 2018from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Can a wall also act as a bridge? The U.S.-Mexico border wall stretches along 700 miles.
Feb. 6, 2018from Design and Architecture
Congress is investigating misconduct alleged by the Mueller report. White House lawyers are rejecting every subpoena.
May. 16from To the Point
A special live Left, Right & Center from the Milken Institute Global Conference.
May. 3from Left, Right & Center
People in Venezuela are struggling to get food, water, and medicine, and power is intermittent.
May. 7from Greater LA
There’s a rise of so-called grey divorces, which involve couples in their 50s and older.
May. 9from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
More than a million species of plants, animals, fish and insects are going extinct because of human activity. A massive report from the UN blames it partly on climate change.
May. 10from To the Point
Plains All American and DCOR face court decisions for business in the Santa Barbara Channel. A new program at UCSB hopes to encourage more students to study the humanities.
May. 3from The 805
Big Tech is a benefit to the modern world. But unlimited data collection may lead to unlimited power.
May. 2from To the Point
The shooting at a synagogue in San Diego County has led places of worship to lock doors, hire guards and install metal detectors.
May. 2from Greater LA
California State Senator Scott Wiener’s controversial housing bill, SB 50, has been shelved for debate until next year.
May. 17from Press Play with Madeleine Brand