Tess Vigeland

veteran public radio journalist

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Public radio host, reporter, producer and editor; former host at Marketplace Money

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At least 88 people are confirmed dead from the Camp Fire, and more than 150 are still missing.

‘After Paradise:’ A small public radio station reports on Camp Fire recovery

At least 88 people are confirmed dead from the Camp Fire, and more than 150 are still missing.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Just a few months ago, most Americans had never heard of a violent extremist group in Iraq and Syria called ISIL.

The Lure of Violent Jihad

Just a few months ago, most Americans had never heard of a violent extremist group in Iraq and Syria called ISIL.

from To the Point

Violence on the field is why millions of Americans tune in to watch the National Football League.

The NFL Takes A Hit

Violence on the field is why millions of Americans tune in to watch the National Football League.

from To the Point

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During the eighth hearing on the January 6 insurrection, the focus is expected to be former President Trump's inaction to stop the attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Joel Whitney, the author of “Finks,” joins Robert Scheer to discuss a little-told episode in the socialist actor and singer’s life and why it’s seemingly been erased from our…

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Americans can now call or text 988 to access the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. But many mental health centers are still understaffed and struggling to keep up with callers.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Hundreds of unhoused Angelenos are seeking shelter in the Mojave Desert, having been pushed out of nearby Lancaster due to aggressive policing.

from Greater LA

What if you could vote in cities where you don’t live? It’s called consociated representation, and commentator Joe Mathews says it makes sense in our hyper-connected world.

from Zócalo's Connecting California