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Tim Arango is the Baghdad bureau chief, and former media reporter, for the New York Times.
Dozens of Iraqi civilians were buried alive and calling for help this weekend in the city of Mosul, where the death toll could reach 200.
Mar. 28, 2017from To the Point
This week's brief takeover of the Iraqi parliament in Baghdad's heavily guarded Green Zone may have been political theater, but it was part of a real-life drama that's deadly serious…
May. 5, 2016from To the Point
Our main topic: America’s re-engagement in Iraq, as the Islamic State threatens the stability of that country.
Aug. 11, 2014from To the Point
It's Night 1 of the first primary debate of the 2020 election cycle. Follow NPR reporters' live analysis and fact checks of the candidates' remarks.
Jun. 26from News Stories
In California, generations of victims have adapted, rebuilt and expanded development into fire-prone areas. But last year’s blazes set new records for massive destruction.
Jun. 24from To the Point
When the Chief Executive lies repeatedly, what’s a reporter to do? CNN’s Jim Acosta defends his multiple public challenges of Donald Trump in a book called, “The Enemy of the People.”
Jun. 20from To the Point
Former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper is known for his centrist views.
Jun. 3from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
New York Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand tweeted on Wednesday -- after Robert Mueller spoke out on his report -- that impeachment hearings must start.
May. 30from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Well, you can try.
Jun. 5from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
A deep-seated denial of the racist, colonial roots of gun rights in the U.S. underlies the left’s flawed approach to domestic arms control.
Jun. 14from Scheer Intelligence
In a bold statement, a leading dean of journalism argues that in abandoning Julian Assange, the mainstream media have abandoned the First Amendment.
May. 17from Scheer Intelligence
America is politically polarized, and the US Supreme Court is also divided. In a few days, it will answer two questions. Will non-citizens be counted in the next census?
Jun. 13from To the Point