National reporter for the Washington Post
The American leader of NATO, Admiral James Stavridis, used Facebook today to tell the world he'll recommend the end of the NATO mission in Libya.
Oct. 21, 2011from To the Point
The dictator who terrorized Libya for 42 years was killed today, shot while trying to escape rebel forces in his hometown of Sirte.
Oct. 20, 2011from Which Way, L.A.?
Since rebel forces deposed Moammar Gadhafi two months ago, he's been on the run.
Oct. 20, 2011from To the Point
The world’s biggest oil company is on trial in New York for defrauding investors out of $1.6 billion. It’s accused of hiding the real value of fossil fuels in the era of climate…
Oct. 26from To the Point
On Tuesday night, the NBA season began with the Clippers beating the Lakers 112-102. Outside the Staples Center, activists were staging a peaceful protest for Hong Kong.
Oct. 23from KCRW Features
President Trump’s denial of climate change has him at war with California. Their battle over fuel emission standards has divided the auto industry as well as drivers.
Nov. 11from To the Point
Presidential campaigns aren’t just on TV anymore, they’re on countless digital platforms.
Oct. 17from To the Point
Facial recognition software is touted as making us safer. Is it worth the risk of misidentification -- and the violation of privacy?
Nov. 7from To the Point
Stay tuned to KCRW for "NPR's Special Report: The impeachment inquiry against Donald J. Trump".
Nov. 1from News Special Programming
Republicans have been demanding a vote to open the impeachment inquiry. They may get one Thursday.
Oct. 30from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
With support from Democrats as well as Republicans, President Trump agreed to release inmates from harsh prison terms due to the War on Drugs. But his own Justice Department wants…
Nov. 14from To the Point
This morning, a bitterly divided U.S. House of Representatives approved a resolution guiding the rules of the impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
Oct. 31from Press Play with Madeleine Brand