Josh Barro

Josh Barro

Guest/Host, All the Presidents' Lawyers

Josh was host of KCRW's Left, Right & Center from 2015-2021 and co-host of the spin-off series All The Presidents' Lawyers.  He was a columnist at Insider. Josh was a founding correspondent at The Upshot, the economics and data section of The New York Times, business columnist at New York Magazine and Business Insider's senior editor and politics editor. Before entering journalism, he worked in policy research for think tanks and as a real-estate banker at Wells Fargo. He holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from Harvard College.

Josh Barro on KCRW

Josh Barro’s final episode as host of Left, Right & Center

Josh Barro says farewell to Left, Right & Center

Josh Barro’s final episode as host of Left, Right & Center

from Left, Right & Center

A special LRC to mark the end of 2021 and Josh’s run as host.

Left, Right & Center looks back on 2021 and forward to 2022

A special LRC to mark the end of 2021 and Josh’s run as host.

from Left, Right & Center

Josh Barro talks with Ross Douthat and Elizabeth Bruenig about the impending wave of covid cases, Democrats’ turn to voting rights, and the new-new right wing.

The holidays are coming and so is Omicron. What next?

Josh Barro talks with Ross Douthat and Elizabeth Bruenig about the impending wave of covid cases, Democrats’ turn to voting rights, and the new-new right wing.

from Left, Right & Center

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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Katrina vanden Heuvel, editorial director and publisher of The Nation, remembers the Russian leader—whom she called a friend—as a committed pro-peace thinker, on this week’s “Scheer…

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