Kyle Pope

Columbia Journalism Review

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Kyel Pope is Editor in Chief and Publisher of the Columbia Journalism Review.

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After a year of the Trump White House, is it time for a journalistic shift-change?

Rethinking how we cover Trump

After a year of the Trump White House, is it time for a journalistic shift-change?

from To the Point

President Donald Trump is the least popular incoming chief executive in recent history — and he's publicly declared that the news media are part of the opposition.

The press under attack by the Trump Administration

President Donald Trump is the least popular incoming chief executive in recent history — and he's publicly declared that the news media are part of the opposition.

from To the Point

Journalists have done serious naval-gazing since Donald Trump’s surprise victory. Now they’re contemplating what’s next for “the Fourth Estate.”

Are journalists prepared to cover a presidency unlike any other?

Journalists have done serious naval-gazing since Donald Trump’s surprise victory. Now they’re contemplating what’s next for “the Fourth Estate.”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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LA’s youth climate leaders keep up with their schoolwork as they lobby for climate legislation, rally a generation, and try to secure a liveable future.

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Loyola Law School professor Jessica Levinson breaks down the significance of the U.S. Supreme Court opinion draft leak on Roe v. Wade and the intentions behind it.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Former LA City Councilman David Ryu reflects on the LA Riots and how economic inequality stoked community tensions.

from KCRW Features

Senator Dianne Feinstein’s mental condition has caused a sense of pain among her colleagues, says Tal Kopan, a San Francisco Chronicle correspondent.

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Zócalo commentator Joe Mathews is a fierce defender of direct democracy. But he says California’s take on citizen power is making things worse.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

Dr. Lucy Jones left behind a gig with the U.S. Geological Survey to devote her energy to fighting climate change. And she’d like to see music play a bigger role in the effort.

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Russian troops are now focusing on eastern Ukraine. “It seems to be equal opportunity carnage,” says the RAND Corporation’s David Shlapak.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

SoCal Congressman Adam Schiff says he’s returned from Ukraine with a deeper understanding of the unfolding humanitarian crisis in the war-torn country.

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A Florida politician is suing the federal government over what she says is unconstitutional regulation on gun ownership for marijuana users.

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