Matthew Miller is a partner at Vianovo, a public affairs firm in Washington, DC. He formerly served as a spokesman for Attorney General Eric Holder and the as the director of Public Affairs for the Obama Justice Department.
President Trump delivered today's commencement speech to the Coast Guard Academy in Connecticut.
May. 17, 2017from To the Point
In October, just 10 days before the election, FBI Director, James Comey sent a letter to select Congressional leaders, announcing that the criminal investigation into Hillary Rodham…
Jan. 13, 2017from To the Point
Last Friday’s October surprise by FBI Director James Comey hasn’t helped Donald Trump or damaged Hillary Clinton… at least so far.
Oct. 31, 2016from To the Point
Activists are calling for systematic changes in policing, as protests continue nationwide over the police killing of George Floyd.
Jun. 2from Greater LA
A Los Angeles real estate consultant has agreed to plead guilty to a federal racketeering offense for participating in a “pay-to-play” schem e at LA City Hall.
May. 14from KCRW Features
The series “ Decoding Covid-19 ” offers a hopeful account of the international cooperation that has stemmed from the unprecedented crisis.
May. 22from Scheer Intelligence
Cities nationwide have erupted in anguish and protest after police recently took the lives of African Americans: George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery.
May. 29from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Cities across California – and around the country – witnessed protests and unrest this weekend, following the recent death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers in…
Jun. 1from News Special Programming
In this episode of The Legal Eagle Files, KCRW host and journalist Madeleine Brand and law professor Jessica Levinson discuss the politicization of the Department of Justice.
May. 26from The Legal Eagle Files
May. 15from Left, Right & Center
Keli Goff speaks with Michael Steele, Christine Emba and Robert A. George on this episode of Left, Right & Center
Jun. 5from Left, Right & Center
Tech titans like Apple, Google and Facebook are about to get low-tech competition to help detect the novel coronavirus.
Jun. 1from To the Point