Bloomberg TV, May 2017
In the aftermath of November’s election, there was the sense in many East Coast circles that it wouldn’t take long for the voters of Middle America to regret their decision to put Donald Trump in the White House. Seven months later, we’ve found few signs of such remorse. (read the article)
NPR/KPCC’s Take Two, September 2016
Two weeks, 11 states, 3,041 miles, 15 buses, 17 drivers, in-depth conversations with more than 100 people. How we reported the Bus To November and what we saw, heard and learned along the way.
NPR/WOSU, All Sides with Ann Fisher, Dec. 2013
An in-depth look at the state of abortion access and related legislation nationwide.
NPR/KPCC, Take Two, July 2013
I join host Alex Cohen to discuss my trip to the Texas-Mexico border, where I uncovered a growing market for black-market abortion drugs that’s come stateside — notably, to flea markets in Texas — as lawmakers push legislation that could make it too expensive or logistically impossible for most clinics in the state to remain open. (read the article)
Bloomberg TV, Money Moves, April 2013
On what we know about the Boston Bombers so far.
C-SPAN, Washington Journal, March 2013
I discuss states’ abortion laws and national trends following North Dakota’s passage of a so-called heartbeat bill, which bars abortion past 6 weeks, and respond to telephone calls and electronic communications from viewers.
CNN, Starting Point with Soledad O’Brien, July 2012
MSNBC, The Cycle, July 2012
Bloomberg TV, July 2012
I discuss my Bloomberg Businessweek feature that explores the growing gap between rich and poor in the U.S. and highlights the latest research on income inequality and social/economic mobility, which shows that the more unequal a society is, the greater the likelihood that children will remain in the same economic standing as their parents. (read the article: Poor Forever: Connecticut’s Ribbon of Hardship)