New York Times
Glenn Thrush is White House correspondent for the New York Times. He formerly covered the White House for Politico.
Prison reform is moving in Red States, Blue States and (maybe) on Capitol Hill. But America still incarcerates more people than any other country-- including China.
May. 31, 2018from To the Point
After two days of demands for "moral clarity" — from black leaders to conservative Republican Senators — President Trump delivered a new statement on racism – but only after he listed…
Aug. 14, 2017from To the Point
President Trump's on a 17-day "working vacation" at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey.
Aug. 7, 2017from To the Point
LA County’s courts will reopen Monday for non-jury criminal and civil trials. But what steps are being taken to ensure the courts will be safe?
Jun. 17from Greater LA
As coronavirus cases continue to rise in Southern California, there’s no telling when live music performances will come back.
Jul. 6from Greater LA
Josh Barro and Ken White talk about Mary Trump’s tell-all book, Roger Stone’s orders from the judge and whether Sidney Powell and Jay Clayton are good lawyers.
Jul. 1from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
After killings and other violence recorded on camera, Black Lives Matter supporters are demanding police reform.
Jun. 25from To the Point
A Facebook post looking for Black video editors sparked hateful comments and allegations of “anti-white racism,” drawing attention to Hollywood’s lack of diversity and reluctance to…
Jun. 25from Greater LA
Today the FBI arrested LA City Councilman Jose Huizar. Huizar chaired the powerful Planning and Land Use Committee. In a press conference today, U.S.
Jun. 23from Greater LA
US Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced on Monday that international students will not be allowed to stay in the U.S. if they cannot take in-person college courses this fall.
Jul. 7from Greater LA
John C. Fremont was instrumental in California becoming a state. He was one of the first two senators. He was the first Republican candidate for president in 1856.
Jul. 3from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Berlin passed a hotly debated anti-discrimination law this month, the first of its kind in Germany, that allows victims to pursue legal remedies against state officials — including…
Jun. 17from Studio Berlin