9/11 Memorial Museum / Wagner College
Oral historian and Curator at the 9/11 Memorial Museum and host of its podcast, Our City, Our Story; Adjunct Professor of History at Wagner College
It's been 15 years since the brilliant September morning that upended American life and set George W. Bush on the road to war in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Sep. 9, 2016
from To the Point
The leading Republican candidate in the California recall election is trying to build a multi-ethnic coalition of voters — and overcome criticism for his views on race.
from News Stories
Ken and Josh discuss disappearing lawyers, incompetent tricksters and and what happens when a judge tells a lawyer to go back to school.
from All the Presidents' Lawyers
California Gov. Gavin Newsom now seems likely to survive the effort to recall him, but he should reflect on what got him into trouble.
Shirley Weber has been thrust into the awkward position of administering the California recall that could oust the man who appointed her.
President Biden announced in May that the United States would ship 80 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines to dozens of countries.
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Josh, David and Tim discuss the pay-fors of Democrats’ big spending plans, a looming government shutdown, the debate about booster shots, and California’s failed recall election.
from Left, Right & Center
Some GOP recall candidates say they would use emergency power to pass their agenda, and try to persuade the Democratic Legislature.
In a 90-minute interview, John Cox discussed COVID-19 “hysteria,” homelessness and other key California issues as he seeks traction in the Newsom recall election.
from News Stories
California’s recall election has been powered by some small business owners who are disgruntled about pandemic-era restrictions and pessimistic about the state’s future.
from Greater LA