Trump Soho Plans Layoffs

Bookings for corporate events are down sharply, and the hotel is planning layoffs. This year, it was down to 11 events, with fewer well-known names. In its heyday, Trump Soho   was a destination. Celebrity-filled limos regularly pulled up, and delighted tourists snapped selfies in front of the glassy tower. De Roos added that no […]

Middle East React to Trump’s Visit; NJ Governor’s Race: Hirsh Singh; Domestic Worker Trafficking in the US; 55 Tips for Travel

Alex Tizon’s story in The Atlantic about Eudocia Tomas Pulido, a woman his family brought over from the Philippines to work in their house for 56 years without pay. Coming up on today’s show: Rami Khouri, Jordanian-Palestinian national, senior public policy fellow at the Issam Fares Institute at the American University of Beirut and a […]

Drawing New Lines

We’re taking the opportunity to revisit a   conversation we had in October with David Daley,   author of the book,   Ratf**ked: The True Story Behind the Secret Plan to Steal America’s Democracy. He spoke with Bob about the history of gerrymandering and how Republican strategists   have taken the practice to new levels […]