Sarah Kliff

Vox

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Senior Editor and healthcare reporter at Vox; former health policy reporter for the Washington Post and its Wonk blog

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We don’t have the Mueller report yet, but we do have the Attorney General’s letter about the Mueller report.

The Mueller Investigation ends

We don’t have the Mueller report yet, but we do have the Attorney General’s letter about the Mueller report.

from Left, Right & Center

The Senate is busy trying to pass a health care bill. But there’s a lot of mystery surrounding it, including what’s in it and if it can pass.

Senate moves ahead on health care

The Senate is busy trying to pass a health care bill. But there’s a lot of mystery surrounding it, including what’s in it and if it can pass.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

House Speaker Paul Ryan and Republican party leadership corralled just enough votes to pass the health care bill -- 217 to 213. All Democrats voted no, and 20 Republicans joined them.

Health care bill passes: What's in it, and will those who voted 'yes' risk losing their jobs?

House Speaker Paul Ryan and Republican party leadership corralled just enough votes to pass the health care bill -- 217 to 213. All Democrats voted no, and 20 Republicans joined them.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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In a groundbreaking series, Shoshana Walter reveals the work camps operating all over the country under the guise of rehab centers.

from Scheer Intelligence

Once again it’s the race for the White House as Reality TV, with  20 performers focused on making the next audition. Are “bold proposals” politically risky?

from To the Point

Last week's mass shooting in El Paso has been particularly painful for Angelenos, because so many have close ties to that city.

from Greater LA

Author and University of Michigan professor Alexandra Minna Stern traces the origins of America's burgeoning white nationalist movement.

from Scheer Intelligence

Your questions about impeachment, and more

Since March some 387 Boeing 737 Max jets have been grounded by regulators and airlines with no end in sight. Boeing profits have tanked. Last month the company recorded its biggest ever quarterly loss and deliveries are at their lowest since 2012. Boeing says it expects the plane to return to service by the end of this year, as it continues to focus on the plane’s software system, thought to be the cause of both plane crashes. Boeing’s crisis highlights a problem beyond flight safety. The aircraft manufacturer chose to prioritize big spending on CEO compensation and stock buybacks rather than reinvest profits on its employees, infrastructure and R and D. Last year alone, Boeing’s chief executive Dennis Muilenburg took home $30 in compensation and gains from options. Buybacks over investment; the financial strategy that’s great for shareholders but may well have cost Boeing the public’s trust.

from To the Point

Plus: AOC makes the Fed interesting again

from Left, Right & Center

From Richie Havens to Jimi Hendrix, photographer Henry Diltz recalls his favorite moments of the historic festival.

from KCRW Features