Baghdad Correspondent, Wall Street Journal
Baghdad correspondent for the Wall Street Journal
Yesterday's two simultaneous suicide bombings hit Baghdad ever worse that first thought with the death toll now at 155 and 500 wounded. Casualties included numbers of children.
Oct. 26, 2009from To the Point
“We need to drastically reprioritize to meet the demands, the dual demands of this moment, of both the pandemic we’re in and the civil unrest,” says Mike Bonin.
Jun. 3from KCRW Features
Demonstrators assembled in downtown Los Angeles Wednesday as part of national protests calling attention to the death of George Floyd, a Minneapolis black man killed by police officers…
May. 28from News Stories
Beaches in Los Angeles County reopened today. But before you grab the towel and beach umbrella, LA is enacting several restrictions to maintain social distancing.
May. 13from News Stories
In his latest book, “ Economic Dignity ,” former White House advisor Gene Sperling lays out the case for the dignity of work.
May. 14from To the Point
Over those three days, the sounds of police sirens, distant helicopters, bursting fireworks, and blasts of rubber bullets backdropped afternoons of cell phones buzzing with emergency…
Jun. 1from News Stories
It’s been a big week for Donald Trump legal news, starting with some major news with Michael Flynn.
May. 13from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
Activists are calling for systematic changes in policing, as protests continue nationwide over the police killing of George Floyd.
Jun. 2from Greater LA
Tech titans like Apple, Google and Facebook are about to get low-tech competition to help detect the novel coronavirus.
Jun. 1from To the Point
This special edition of Weekend All Things Considered includes NPR's Michel Martin's interviews with NAACP's Cornell Brooks, Baltimore state attorney Marilyn Mosby, Rev.
May. 31from All Things Considered