This edition: Midterm Wrap-upTweet
Original tape date: November 8, 2018.
First aired: November 9, 2018.
On this week’s edition of “The New York Times Close Up” with Sam Roberts: The Synagogue slaughter in Pittsburgh; pipe bombs sent to Trump critics; Blacks murdered in a Kentucky supermarket. The increase in violence by extremists on the far right. Why did law enforcement fail to see and fail to act on the rising threat of white nationalism? We talk to the author of a provocative piece in the Times Magazine. Plus: the Midterm elections generated the biggest voter turnout in history. How should we understand what happened and what’s ahead for America? A panel of New York Times writers take a deep dive on the takeaways, the winners and losers and the political fallout from the voting.
And Sam Roberts adds his thoughts for “Coda.”
Shane Goldmacher Chief Political Correspondent, Metro Desk, The New York Times
Clyde Haberman Contributing Writer, The New York Times
Eleanor Randolph Contributing Writer, The New York Times
- Jill Abramson; William Helmreich
- Friday, March 15 - 8:00pm
- Saturday, March 16 - 1:30pm
- Sunday, March 17 - 12:30pm
- An Early Look at the 2020 Election
- Friday, March 8 - 8:00pm
- Saturday, March 9 - 1:30pm
- Sunday, March 10 - 12:30pm
- Amazon and the MTA; the Overlooked obituaries section
- Friday, March 1 - 8:00pm
- Saturday, March 2 - 1:30pm
- Sunday, March 3 - 12:30pm
- Public Advocate Election; Breslin and Hammill
- Friday, February 22 - 8:00pm
- Saturday, February 23 - 1:30pm
- Sunday, February 24 - 12:30pm