Kate Harbath

founder of Anchor Change and former public policy director for Facebook

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Kevin McCarthy thinks it could be time for an impeachment inquiry to learn the truth of President Biden’s involvement in his son’s business dealings.

McCarthy floats Biden impeachment inquiry. Will it move forward?

Kevin McCarthy thinks it could be time for an impeachment inquiry to learn the truth of President Biden’s involvement in his son’s business dealings.

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Panelists discuss President Biden’s visit to Ukraine and its future in NATO, the Supreme Court cases around social media content moderation, and the four-day work week.

Biden doubled-down on NATO support for Ukraine. Can he get Americans on board?

Panelists discuss President Biden’s visit to Ukraine and its future in NATO, the Supreme Court cases around social media content moderation, and the four-day work week.

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Former Facebook product manager and whistleblower Frances Haugen testified before a U.S.

Regulating Facebook and holding Mark Zuckerberg accountable: What would that look like?

Former Facebook product manager and whistleblower Frances Haugen testified before a U.S.

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Kim Masters and Matt Belloni discuss the tentative deal reached by the major Hollywood studios and IATSE, the union representing below-the-line workers.

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A frighteningly lackluster summer box office, human ScarJo dukes it out with OpenAI’s ‘definitely-not-supposed-to-sound-like-ScarJo’ ScarJo, and the movies making noise at this year’s…

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Actor Alec Baldwin will stand trial for involuntary manslaughter over a fatal shooting on the set of his film “Rust” after months of complicated delays.

from KCRW Features

What does polling get wrong about voters’ concerns? A new measure in North Dakota sets age limits for Congress members. Plus, KCRW previews next week’s presidential debate.

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California could lead the nation with a bill that would open up on-campus jobs at public universities and colleges to the state’s 60,000 undocumented students.

from KCRW Features

Women with Wrenches demystifies the often male-dominated field of auto repair and upkeep, teaching attendees the basics of car maintenance.

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The California Energy Commission unanimously adopted a strategic plan to build the state’s offshore wind industry. Much of that will happen at the Port of Long Beach.

from KCRW Features

Pulitzer-prize winning author Viet Thanh Nguyen discusses his memoir “A Man of Two Faces: A Memoir, A History, A Memorial” and the challenges and pain he faced growing up a Vietnamese…

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Is a Hunter Biden plea deal the best thing for his father’s campaign? Why has Joe Biden’s executive order upset pretty much everyone?

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