Portfolio of Work
An interview with a CBS News terrorism expert.
A long form, in depth series of news reports on unemployment as the U.S. economy pulls out of a major recession.
The White House releases a first ever report on the detainees at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. In this long-form radio report, Tom Moore interviews U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte, who pushed the Obama Administration to publish the information.
Republican Presidential candidate Ben Carson losing staff, his campaign falling apart, Tom Moore interviews political expert Stuart Rothenberg.
A crucial part of the Revolutionary War in New York City and how a memorial may be built to commemorate it.
An interview about a bill that aims to keep a closer eye on corporations and the products they make.
After a crisis at the NYPD, questions about the Mayor of New York's next steps.
General George Washington fought his first and biggest battle of the Revolutionary War in Brooklyn and many don't know much about it. It was a critical moment for the new American army, only a little more than two months after the Declaration of Independence. Washington's decision not to fight to the last man saved his army and in the long haul made overall victory against the British possible. A unit from Maryland played a central role in the fight, another largely forgotten part of the story.
In Park Slope, Brooklyn, one of the biggest food coops in the country deals with a crisis.
An interview with a senior Obama administration official about the latest jobs numbers and the recovering U.S. economy.
An in depth radio news story on the Battle of Brooklyn during the Revolutionary War and what it means for New York City today.
Detroit deals with a massive car recall.