Jane Coston is the host of the New York Times podcast “The Argument”. Although she does not have a Wikipedia page, here is a small biography of the media personality.
Coston is an American journalist who was a senior political affairs correspondent for Vox Media, where she focused mostly on conservatives and the Republican Party and has had a lot of experience in her short career, working for some of the biggest companies in the media world.
A former resident fellow at the University of Chicago’s Institute of Politics, Jane’s work has appeared on MSNBC, CNN, The Washington Post, The Ringer, NPR, ESPN MAgazine, and the National Review.
Currently, Jane Coston hosts The New York Times’ weekly ideas show, The Argument, where open discussions and grounded opinions are featured.
The latest episode of the podcast titled “Row Dead. How Would the Democrats and the Republican Party Evolve Without It?” In it, she spoke about the heart of Roe v. Wade and the issue of reproductive rights in the United States, joined by Times Opinion columnists Ross Douthat and Michelle Goldberg to discuss the topic.