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William Broad is a Pulitzer Prize-winning science reporter and senior writer for the New York Times and author of several books, including The Universe Below.
A maritime history museum at the bottom of the Black Sea…
Some 40 shipwrecks have been discovered in the depths of the Black Sea off the coast of Bulgaria. They've been…
Nov. 25, 2016from To the Point
Nov. 15, 2016from To the Point
B.K.S. Iyengar, the world-famous yoga guru, died in India today at 95.
Aug. 20, 2014from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Josh Barro, Megan McArdle and Dorian Warren talk about the coronavirus response, the end of the Supreme Court term and the visit of the Mexican president.
Jul. 10from Left, Right & Center
President Trump’s announcement of a drawdown of American forces from Germany caught German leaders, NATO, and the U.S. Congress by surprise.
Jul. 8from Studio Berlin
As coronavirus cases continue to rise in Southern California, there’s no telling when live music performances will come back.
Jul. 6from Greater LA
Some members of the Los Angeles Times Guild have formed a Latino Caucus and written an open letter to management that calls for better representation in the newsroom.
Jul. 23from KCRW Features
The former L.A. Times cartoonist thought he was protected by freedom of the press until his own newspaper came after him for a blog post about LAPD abuses.
Jul. 17from Scheer Intelligence
Josh Barro and Ken White discuss Attorney General Bill Barr’s testimony in Congress, Michael Cohen’s release from prison, and whether the feds can restrict the First Amendment rights…
Jul. 29from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
Scientific evidence shows that wearing a mask can protect both the wearer and the community around them from COVID-19.
Jul. 2from To the Point
Professor Yolanda Pierce, Dean of the Howard University School of Divinity, talks with KCRW’s Jonathan Bastian about the history and the legacy of the Black church and its connection…
Jul. 25from Life Examined
If the federal government won’t fix the U-S Constitution, California ought to write its own.
Jul. 2from Zócalo's Connecting California