Ray Sanchez

Havana Reporter, South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Guest

Havana reporter for the South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Ray Sanchez on KCRW

After 49 years as the leader of Communist Cuba,  Fidel Castro has stepped down .

Fidel Castro Says He’s Stepping Down

After 49 years as the leader of Communist Cuba, Fidel Castro has stepped down .

from Which Way, L.A.?

After 49 years as the leader of Communist Cuba,  Fidel Castro has stepped down .

Fidel Castro Says He's Stepping Down

After 49 years as the leader of Communist Cuba, Fidel Castro has stepped down .

from To the Point

More from KCRW

Mayoral candidates Karen Bass and Rick Caruso are making big promises on homelessness, but can they deliver? Outgoing Mayor Eric Garcetti says good luck.

from Greater LA

Panelists discuss the recent Supreme Court rulings on the environment and abortion, and this week’s shocking testimony from the latest witness in the House Select Committee hearings on…

from Left, Right & Center

Laurie Leshin, JPL’s new director, wants to explore the far reaches of space, find evidence of life on Mars, and make the institution more inclusive.

from Greater LA

Former Mideast CIA operative John Kiriakou discusses his recent trip covering Biden in Saudi Arabia and what he’s learned about America’s “special relationship” with the country.

from Scheer Intelligence

What to expect of the Supreme Court’s decision to ease conceal-carry restrictions, Biden’s new gun safety law, and the Sandy Hook lawsuit?

from To the Point

Actress and author Selma Blair talks about her multiple sclerosis, addiction struggles, and sexual assault.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Employing what it calls “fractional ownership” for second homes, real estate startup Pacaso has left communities scrambling to regulate its model.

from Greater LA

Michelle Wilde Anderson speaks to Robert Scheer about how four working class towns struggling with poverty and broke governments still managed to progress.

from Scheer Intelligence

Fingerboards, the palm-sized skateboards you steer with your fingers, are tokens of 1990s nostalgia that’s gaining interest among a new generation of riders.

from Greater LA