M.J. Tocci

Carnegie Mellon University

Guest

Director and Co-founder of the Heinz Negotiation Academy for Women at Carnegie Mellon University

M.J. Tocci on KCRW

Ben Bernanke's term as Chair of the  Federal Reserve  won't end until January, but the campaign over who should replace him is already hot and heavy.

Time for a Woman Fed Chairman or Is Banking Still a Man's World?

Ben Bernanke's term as Chair of the Federal Reserve won't end until January, but the campaign over who should replace him is already hot and heavy.

from To the Point

More from KCRW

For 16 years the former Democrat congressman from Cleveland advocated for peaceful alternatives to the madness of war, but now members of his party in Congress are permitted only the…

from Scheer Intelligence

Donald Trump is running for president for the third time. His Tuesday announcement is widely seen as an attempt to shield himself from criminal and civil investigations.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) Legal Director Corynne McSherry discusses with host Robert Scheer the internet control issues raised by Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter and what…

from Scheer Intelligence

As votes are still being counted for the midterm elections, panelists discuss why neither Republicans nor Democrats are celebrating, why the right underperformed, and how this election…

from Left, Right & Center

School board elections affect LA Unified’s half-million students, and powerful players spend big bucks on their chosen candidates. Who are they?

from Greater LA

Mayoral candidates Rick Caruso and Karen Bass defend their plans of quickly moving tens of thousands of unhoused people indoors if elected.

from Greater LA

Former Goldman Sachs managing director Nomi Prins exposes the role of the Federal Reserve and other western central banks in creating a world economy for the superrich while enabling…

from Scheer Intelligence

A lifetime fighting for social justice, digital literacy, and access to information helped South LA native Tracie D. Hall snag the eminent Literarian Award.

from KCRW Features

Ahead of Tuesday’s midterm elections, Georgia and Pennsylvania have lawsuits over who is allowed to vote.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand