Photos of Kara Swisher, Rep. Cori Bush, and Maggie Haberman

After a summer of budget negotiations, a sweeping infrastructure bill and a surge in coronavirus cases, what will fall in the United States bring? What are the stories that will matter the most in politics, media and tech? Where is power changing, and how do we make sense of it?

Join Kara Swisher live to find out. In a virtual event on Sept. 14, Ms. Swisher, host of the “Sway” podcast and author of a new subscriber-only newsletter, will open her notebook for Times subscribers and share the news and ideas that have grabbed her attention.

The Times reporter Maggie Haberman will join to discuss the latest political news as the Senate returns and share what to expect from the capital. And Ms. Swisher will interview Representative Cori Bush, the first-term Democratic congresswoman from St. Louis and former activist. Her summer sit-in on the steps of the United States Capitol helped lead to a new federal eviction moratorium before it was rejected by the Supreme Court.

September 14, 2021
1:00 PM
The New York Times
Save to Calendar 2021-09-14 13:00:00 2021-09-14 13:00:00 America/New_York Kara Swisher Live After a summer of budget negotiations, a sweeping infrastructure bill and a surge in coronavirus cases, what will fall in the United States bring? What are the stories that will matter the most in politics, media and tech? Where is power changing, and how do we make sense of it? Join Kara Swisher live to find out. In a virtual event on Sept. 14, Ms. Swisher, host of the “Sway” podcast and author of a new subscriber-only newsletter, will open her notebook for Times subscribers and share the news and ideas that have grabbed her attention. The Times reporter Maggie Haberman will join to discuss the latest political news as the Senate returns and share what to expect from the capital. And Ms. Swisher will interview Representative Cori Bush, the first-term Democratic congresswoman from St. Louis and former activist. Her summer sit-in on the steps of the United States Capitol helped lead to a new federal eviction moratorium before it was rejected by the Supreme Court. New York The New York Times
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