This week on ZUCKER, Mary Ellen Klas, the capital bureau chief for the Miami Herald, joins host Andrew Zucker to talk about her time at the Nieman Foundation for Journalism, the gubernatorial race in Florida, as well as the upcoming senate race in the Sunshine State.
On this episode of ZUCKER, host Andrew Zucker is joined by Jill Abramson, the former executive editor of The New York Times. She discusses her article in New York Magazine, “The Case for Impeaching Clarence Thomas.”
On this episode of ZUCKER, host Andrew Zucker is joined by Friends from College co-creator Francesca Delbanco ’95. Delbanco talks about everything from Pinocchio's Pizza to the show’s development process.
On this episode of ZUCKER, host Andrew Zucker welcomes Karen Karbiener of the Walt Whitman Initiative. Karbiener is a professor at NYU and is leading the charge to landmark one of Whitman’s Brooklyn homes at 99 Ryerson Street. They discuss the fight to get it landmarked, the importance of Brooklyn to Whitman’s career, and the famous people writing letters to help the cause. Special thanks to Dr. Eric Conrad.
On this episode of ZUCKER, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Daniel Golden joins host Andrew Zucker to discuss Golden’s new book, “Spy Schools: How the CIA, FBI, and Foreign Intelligence Secretly Exploit American Universities.” Golden talks about his research for the book, whether or not Harvard is aware of the CIA’s practices, and who is most vulnerable to these spy institutions.
Sally Yates, the former acting attorney general, joins host Andrew Zucker on this episode of ZUCKER. Yates is asked about her meetings with White House counsel Don McGahn, the rule of law, and her future career plans.