New York Times
Peter Baker is White House correspondent and former Jerusalem burea chief for the New York Times. A former White House correspondent for the Washington Post, he is also the author of Days of Fire: Bush and Cheney in the White House.
President Trump abruptly cancelled the meeting with North Korea Thursday morning. The move caught many people off guard -- the North, the South, parts of the his own administration.
May. 24, 2018from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
News broke yesterday that Attorney General Jeff Sessions is considering whether to appoint a special counsel to investigate President Trump’s political rivals, including an…
Nov. 14, 2017from One Year Later
The newest name in Robert Mueller's Trump-Russia investigation is George Papadopoulos.
Oct. 31, 2017from To the Point
Tensions between the US and Iran continue to mount following last week’s U.S. airstrike that killed a top Iranian general. We hear reactions from Iranian Americans living in LA.
Jan. 6from Greater LA
Is it time for President Trump to take a victory lap?
Jan. 10from Left, Right & Center
In the second part of an engrossing interview, the renowned thinker explains his criticisms of Israel and his take on U.S. electoral politics.
Jan. 17from Scheer Intelligence
Conservative leader Boris Johnson won big in the Brexit election. Labor’s Jeremy Corbyn lost disastrously.
Dec. 19from To the Point
In a markup session beginning Wednesday at 4 PM PT, the House Judiciary Committee is considering two articles of impeachment against President Trump: abuse of power and obstruction of…
Dec. 11from News Special Programming
Ken and Josh return from a newsy holiday break.
Jan. 8from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
House prosecutors marched to the Senate today, where Adam Schiff, House Intelligence Chairman and the trial’s lead prosecutor, read aloud the two charges against Trump.
Jan. 16from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Donald Trump took office with more generals in his cabinet than any previous president. It didn’t take long for all to resign or be fired.
Dec. 12from To the Point
The White House insider who blew the whistle on President Trump remains under federal protection. But whistle-blowing is a dangerous game.
Dec. 27from To the Point