John Carney

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John Carney is economics and finance editor at Breitbart News. He's a former writer for the Wall Street Journal and former editor of CNBC's NetNet, a blog about the future of finance.

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Last night's GOP debate was a more raucous affair than the first two. Sometimes the moderators seemed barely in control of the proceedings.

GOP Debate Roundup

Last night's GOP debate was a more raucous affair than the first two. Sometimes the moderators seemed barely in control of the proceedings.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Hillary talks "shortermism," Democratic infighting and Trump makes waves again.

Presidential Candidates on the Economy, Race and Immigration

Hillary talks "shortermism," Democratic infighting and Trump makes waves again.

from Left, Right & Center

Raj Rajaratnam's Galleon Group hedge fund was once worth $7 billion, and he paid ten high-powered lawyers to defend him on charges of insider trading.

High Finance and White-Collar Crime

Raj Rajaratnam's Galleon Group hedge fund was once worth $7 billion, and he paid ten high-powered lawyers to defend him on charges of insider trading.

from To the Point

More from KCRW

Political cartoonist Mr. Fish joins Robert Scheer to talk about the death of his art form and his most recent book, “Nobody Left.”

from Scheer Intelligence

The federal government decided this morning to pause Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The recall of Governor Gavin Newsom is expected to appear on the fall ballot as state officials announce they’ve validated more than 1.2 million signatures on the petition.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Josh Barro and Ken White talk about an apparent DOJ sex crime investigation for Congressman Matt Gaetz, plus the Trump campaign’s use of recurring donations, detention for the U.S.

from All the Presidents' Lawyers

Zocalo Public Square commentator Joe Mathews says that while much of California has prospered in recent decades, Los Angeles has floundered.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

In the aftermath of the Atlanta shootings of six Asian women, some AAPI Angelenos are fearing their parents’ safety.

from Greater LA

The city of LA is expected to shut down Echo Park Lake, put up a fence, and move out all the unhoused people living there this week.

from Greater LA

Major League Baseball announced on Friday that it would move this year’s All-Star game and baseball draft out of Georgia.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Maj. Danny Sjursen, ret. discusses Biden’s stalling on Trump’s commitment to end the US-Afghanistan war.

from Scheer Intelligence