Laura Steele

Associate Professor in Business and Society at the University of Belfast

Associate Professor in Business and Society at the University of Belfast

Laura Steele on KCRW

The coronavirus pandemic is changing the rules for the president in the White House and citizens sheltered at home.  Should President Trump or 50 governors take charge of controlling…

The politics of stay-at-home orders, plus the ethics of online shopping

The coronavirus pandemic is changing the rules for the president in the White House and citizens sheltered at home.  Should President Trump or 50 governors take charge of controlling…

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Throughout the uprisings inspired by the killings of Eric Garner, Breonna Taylor, Freddie Gray and so many other Black victims, white leaders refused to learn from Black Lives Matter,…

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Dr. Michael Wilkes says the risk of contracting the virus might rise as restrictions ease, leading to a liability showdown in the workplace between employers and employees.

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Josh Barro and Ken White talk about Attorney General Bill Barr firing the top federal prosecutor in New York and a surprise order on the Michael Flynn case.

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Bernie Sanders may never make it to the White House, but, just when we need them most, socialists like “Bigger than Bernie” co-author Meagan Day have picked up his torch.

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Ken White and Josh Barro discuss the legal fight over Mary Trump’s book and the buzz it’s created, Roger Stone’s attempts to stay out of prison, and more.

from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers

The Los Angeles City Council has come under ramped-up scrutiny following ongoing protests for racial justice.

from KCRW Features

Two important moments in LGBTQ history happened in Huntington Park in December 1968. The first: Reverend Troy D.

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Restaurants throughout LA faced serious consequences from the pandemic shutdown.

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As coronavirus cases continue to rise in Southern California, there’s no telling when live music performances will come back.

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