Tony Romm

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Senior editor of policy and politics for Recode.

Tony Romm on KCRW

We’ve known for a while that Russia used social media to influence the 2016 presidential election. But there’s been less information on exactly how they did it and who they targeted.

Russians used social media to target African Americans during 2016 election

We’ve known for a while that Russia used social media to influence the 2016 presidential election. But there’s been less information on exactly how they did it and who they targeted.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Amazon wants to build a second headquarters, and it’s invited U.S. cities to make an offer.

What cities might not know as they compete to host Amazon's HQ2

Amazon wants to build a second headquarters, and it’s invited U.S. cities to make an offer.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

More from KCRW

Sha’Carri Richardson tested positive for THC, so the United States Anti-Doping Agency handed her a one-month suspension.

from KCRW Features

Among the 200 unhoused people along the Venice Beach boardwalk, so far 77 have been moved indoors.

from KCRW Features

Heat and drought are both straining the state’s water supply, and Governor Gavin Newsom is asking residents to voluntarily reduce water consumption.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

LA’s nightclubs are back, ushering in a “Roaring 20s” momentum.

from Greater LA

The American federal government is probing its history of Native children who were taken from families and forced into boarding schools.

from KCRW Features

Roughly 53% of LA County residents are fully vaccinated, but cases and hospitalizations are rising. As the Delta variant spreads, people ages 18-29 are being hit hardest.

from Greater LA

July 1. The plan is crammed full of spending for all kinds of programs, funded in part by federal COVID relief aid and an unexpected windfall in tax revenue from wealthy Californians.

from KCRW Features

CNN’s Ron Brownstein says LA was so creative with music, movies, and TV in the 1970s that it’s still shaping American politics today.

from To the Point