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Richard Rubin is a US tax policy reporter for the Wall Street Journal. He formerly reported on tax policy for Bloomberg News, and on economics CQPolitics
Doug Jones delivers an upset to Roy Moore as both parties look to the midterms
Dec. 15, 2017from Left, Right & Center
Governor Sam Brownback promised that massive tax cuts would be "a shot of adrenaline" to the Kansas economy. Other states have been watching.
Jun. 19, 2017from To the Point
Yes, it’s April 15th … tax day! Are the rich paying more or less than their fair share? Now there’s a new report by Congress’ Joint Committee on Taxation.
Apr. 15, 2015from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
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
As public health officials continue to encourage families to stay at home, some are weighing the risks and benefits of expanding their social circles.
May. 19from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Activists are calling for systematic changes in policing, as protests continue nationwide over the police killing of George Floyd.
Jun. 2from Greater LA
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
A note from Evan Kleiman: After 11 full weeks of being told to stay home, the killing of George Floyd stirred Los Angeles to come outside in great numbers to walk in solidarity.
Jun. 5from Good Food
LA Mayor Eric Garcetti and City Council President Nury Martinez are calling on Councilmember Jose Huizar to resign. That’s a huge escalation in the growing troubles for Huizar.
May. 29from KCRW Features
Disease has thrived among dense populations since cities began. But COVID-19 is the worst example since 1918, and New York City is America’s primary victim.
May. 28from To the Point
Art workers are speaking out about anti-Asian racism and urging others to become allies. Some galleries are installing new exhibitions and taking visitors by appointment.
May. 26from Arts & Culture Stories
“We need to drastically reprioritize to meet the demands, the dual demands of this moment, of both the pandemic we’re in and the civil unrest,” says Mike Bonin.
Jun. 3from KCRW Features