Michael Isikoff

Yahoo News

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Michael Isikoff is chief investigative correspondent for Yahoo News and the author of Hubris: The Inside Story of Spin, Scandal, and the Selling of the Iraq War. He is a former investigative correspondent for NBC News and for Newsweek magazine.

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British officials have said they’ll stop sharing intelligence with the U.S. about the Manchester bombing.

British angered over leaks in the Manchester investigation

British officials have said they’ll stop sharing intelligence with the U.S. about the Manchester bombing.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The CIA says Russia meddled in the US election to help Donald Trump win -- through hacks and other cyber-attacks.

Why the CIA and FBI disagree on Russia's motives

The CIA says Russia meddled in the US election to help Donald Trump win -- through hacks and other cyber-attacks.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Three major appointments we announced this morning by the Trump transition team: Alabama Senator and hardliner Jeff Sessions for Attorney General; Kansas Republican Congressman Mike…

Trump transition names loyal hardliners

Three major appointments we announced this morning by the Trump transition team: Alabama Senator and hardliner Jeff Sessions for Attorney General; Kansas Republican Congressman Mike…

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Columnist Joe Mathews channels Plato and Jonathan Swift as he proposes universal orphanhood to be a straight path to societal equity in California.

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Following Saturday’s hostage situation in Texas, LA rabbi Steve Leder shares why local places of worship prioritize security training.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Panelists discuss how President Biden is doing one year into his tenure, what the U.S. can — and should — do about Russia, and what Republicans stand for in 2022.

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Cutting or eliminating greenhouse gas emissions is the aim of two new developments in Valencia and Tejon Ranch.

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