Coverage of the federal government’s crush of a ton of illegal elephant ivory in Times Square in June 2015 for NPR Newscast. Despite public displays like this one, poachers are still finding a market for illegal ivory on American streets, thanks to the US’s confusing and hard-to-enforce poaching laws. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell, and a host of state governors, say they are working to close loopholes.
An air check of hosting Morning Edition on WAMU in November 2005.
Wall Street Journal daily tech segment for XM from December 8, 2006.
This is an air check from WSJ Radio on September 8, 2005.
Filed for NPR Newscast on December 12, 2013.
Filed for NPR Newscast on May 2, 2014
Filed for NPR Newscast on April 2, 2005