Stuart Karle

Columbia University School of Journalism

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A former general counsel for the Wall Street Journal, Stuart Karle is an adjunct professor at Columbia University School of Journalism.

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The first Amendment protects press freedom. It does not say there has to be a White House Press Corps.

Donald Trump and "the people's right to know"

The first Amendment protects press freedom. It does not say there has to be a White House Press Corps.

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The United Nations can’t stop Russia’s war on Ukraine. And author Yascha Mounk says more diversity is a threat to democracy, but he’s still hopeful.

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Loyola Law School professor Jessica Levinson breaks down the significance of the U.S. Supreme Court opinion draft leak on Roe v. Wade and the intentions behind it.

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The next LA County supervisor from the San Fernando Valley and Westside will represent over 2 million people and control billions of dollars. But where’s the campaign?

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Karen Bass and Rick Caruso both are running mayoral campaigns on misperceptions and ignorance about how LA works, according to columnist Joe Matthews.

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Los Angeles mayoral candidates Karen Bass and Rick Caruso launch TV and internet ad blitz to emerge as frontrunners in the mayoral race.

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Elon Musk is buying Twitter, social media seems to corrode democracy, and Kevin McCarthy’s Jan. 6 lie could compromise his bid to be speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives.

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Zócalo commentator Joe Mathews is a fierce defender of direct democracy. But he says California’s take on citizen power is making things worse.

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Former LA City Councilman David Ryu reflects on the LA Riots and how economic inequality stoked community tensions.

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Ketamine clinics are popping up all over Los Angeles offering to treat depression, anxiety, and other ailments. But are their claims legitimate?

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