Ken Dilanian

NBC News

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Ken Dilanian is a national security reporter for NBC News' Investigative Unit. He is a former intelligence reporter for Associated Press, and former national security correspondent for the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune.

Ken Dilanian on KCRW

We look at why Paul Manafort apparently didn’t cooperate fully with Robert Mueller as his plea arrangement required, and whether it’s accurate that he met with Julian Assange before…

Is Paul Manafort expecting President Trump to pardon him?

We look at why Paul Manafort apparently didn’t cooperate fully with Robert Mueller as his plea arrangement required, and whether it’s accurate that he met with Julian Assange before…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

In less than three years, the Islamic State extended its so-called Caliphate in Syria and Iraq to cover some eight million people.

Can a defeated ISIS keep its brand alive?

In less than three years, the Islamic State extended its so-called Caliphate in Syria and Iraq to cover some eight million people.

from To the Point

Two years ago, President Obama said he would not send American troops to Syria.

Obama Sending Special Forces to Syria

Two years ago, President Obama said he would not send American troops to Syria.

from To the Point

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The story of the National Rifle Association involves infighting and backstabbing, million-dollar corruption, and a red-headed Russian spy.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Artificial intelligence can predict breast cancer years before it shows up on a mammogram, according to a new MIT study .

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

As the Jan. 6 committee’s investigation into the insurrection continues, Rep. Pete Aguilar tells KCRW that he won’t rule out subpoenaing Kevin McCarthy.

from KCRW Features

As some families are preparing to travel and gather for the holidays next week, they should be especially careful as the Omicron variant is expected to overtake the Delta variant, says…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

California is losing its leadership position in the effort to mitigate climate change, and politics and other disasters may be to blame, according to a state lawmaker.

from To the Point

Panelists discuss how President Biden is doing one year into his tenure, what the U.S. can — and should — do about Russia, and what Republicans stand for in 2022.

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from Left, Right & Center

Joseph Carson has spent most of his career as a federal employee challenging everything from the country’s nuclear weapons program to its whistleblower adjudication infrastructure.

from Scheer Intelligence