Andrea Seabrook appears in the following:
Friday, March 01, 2013
Two seasoned D.C. watchers join The Takeaway to discuss federal money management in the days ahead. Andrea Seabrook hosts the DecodeDC podcast, and Todd Zwillich is the Takeaway Washington correspondent.
Monday, December 03, 2012
In this short, costumed scientists create a carefully choreographed childhood for a flock of whooping cranes to save them from extinction. It's the ultimate feel-good story, but it also raises some troubling questions about what it takes to get a species back to being wild.
Friday, August 24, 2012
NPR Congressional Correspondent Andrea Seabrook left NPR recently, citing frustration with the daily grind of covering politicians who "lie" to her face, all day, every day. Seabrook is starting a new project called DecodeDC, where she hopes she can blog and podcast her way to some deeper truths about Washington. Bob does an exit interview with Seabrook to discuss why political reporting is broken, and what might be done to fix it.
Zammuto - Wasn't That Lucky
Saturday, August 11, 2012
Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan brings the kind of enthusiasm Mitt Romney could use — he's a darling of the conservative base that Romney has had a harder time winning over. But the ideas that have made him a star — particularly his plans for Medicare — may give Democrats an opening against him.
Thursday, October 13, 2011
On Capitol Hill, the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction has gone silent for the past month. The 12 members have been meeting behind closed doors — sometimes all together, sometimes in smaller groups — to try to hammer out a deal on future budget cuts.
Thursday, September 29, 2011
A few members voted Thursday in five minutes and two seconds to keep the government funded for four days — or until their colleagues return next week. Astonishing, considering it took the entire months of June and July for Congress to decide to continue paying bills it had already incurred.
Wednesday, July 08, 2009
NPR Congressional Correspondent Andrea Seabrook
explains NPR's new crowdsourcing project -- indentifying the lobbyists attending healthcare reform hearings.