Joshua Mitnick

Correspondent, Christian Science Monitor

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Special envoy George Mitchell is  shuttling around the Middle East  this week with visits to Syria, Egypt and Israel.

Robert Gates and George Mitchell in the Middle East

Special envoy George Mitchell is shuttling around the Middle East this week with visits to Syria, Egypt and Israel.

from To the Point

After six months of relative calm, Hamas unleashed new attacks from Gaza into Israel last Friday, and with both sides in the midst of their own domestic struggles, they're exchanging…

Despite New Violence in Gaza, Bethlehem Is Crowded with Tourists

After six months of relative calm, Hamas unleashed new attacks from Gaza into Israel last Friday, and with both sides in the midst of their own domestic struggles, they're exchanging…

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There's been more bloody fighting today in the Gaza strip.

Hamas Takes Over Gaza as Hamas-Fatah Coalition Crumbles

There's been more bloody fighting today in the Gaza strip.

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Other states are obsessed with California and its policies, which is a way to show their love, according to Joe Mathews.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

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

from Left, Right & Center

We may need additional booster shots down the line, but for now the fully vaccinated are well protected against Omicron, according to Dr. Michael Wilkes of UC Davis.

from KCRW Features

Josh, Liz and Ross discuss America’s testing shortage and how Build Back Better is tending towards smaller things better. Then, special guest Paul D.

from Left, Right & Center

After a decade of struggle, Koreatown has been united into a single district, thanks to a multigenerational, multicultural coalition that convinced the LA City Council to make the…

from KCRW Features

Josh, Liz and Ross talk about the omicron variant, vaccine fatigue and how we can get to a normal that makes sense.

from Left, Right & Center

San Francisco is at times known for its rough-and-tumble approach to local politics. But now a more bruising political fight is playing out in the City by the Bay.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

If the Supreme Court upholds the abortion laws from Texas and Mississippi, the flood gates will open for patients, driving into California to get the procedure.

from KCRW Features

An influx of patients is straining already short-staffed hospitals, and some have canceled elective surgeries, including Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in the San Fernando…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand