New York Times
Jim Tankersley is a tax and economics correspondent for the New York Times. He formerly reported on economics for the Washington Post and National Journal, and on energy and the environment for the Tribune Company.
The Republican-controlled Senate approved a $484 billion coronavirus relief package on Tuesday night. The House is expected to vote on the bill on Thursday.
Apr. 22from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Now that the Nunes memo has been released...well, what's in it?
Feb. 2, 2018from Left, Right & Center
Political veterans call the promise of tax reform a "cruel hoax," because it always amounts to just shifting money from one group to another.
Oct. 24, 2017from To the Point
Doctors have a moral, ethical and legal duty to inform patients of their medical results. But, do patients have a right to NOT be told crucial medical information?
May. 17from Second Opinion
Normally, this would be the time of year when the big broadcast networks gathered in New York City for the upfronts.
May. 15from Hollywood Breakdown
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are still living on the streets in close quarters.
May. 7from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Parker Tenove moved from Kansas to California to become part of the track and field program at El Camino College. When the coronavirus canceled the spring season, his plans fell apart.
May. 14from News Stories
Disney's theme park in Shanghai is set to reopen on May 11, but with significant rules and restrictions. Meanwhile, the rest of Hollywood is eager to reopen as soon as possible.
May. 8from Hollywood Breakdown
Deirdre Barrett, dream researcher and assistant professor of psychology at Harvard University, joins KCRW’s Jonathan Bastian to discuss how the prolonged global pandemic has impacted…
May. 23from Foxhole
Could it be that our subconscious biases lead us to make assumptions that are not based on the facts?
May. 24from Second Opinion
California’s budget heartache means its public colleges and universities are expected to receive nearly $2 billion less than planned for the coming year, but the financial aid…
May. 18from KCRW Features
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many Angelenos are sewing face masks as a way to generate income and find a sense of purpose when life feels like it’s coming apart at the seams.
May. 19from Greater LA