Adam Rogers

Wired

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Editor for Wired Magazine and author of Proof: The Science of Booze

Adam Rogers on KCRW

Los Angeles was once America's economic success story, but its economy is now just 25th in the nation, while the San Francisco Bay Area is Number One.

Is LA or San Francisco Leading the Way to the Future?

Los Angeles was once America's economic success story, but its economy is now just 25th in the nation, while the San Francisco Bay Area is Number One.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Ever since scientists discovered they could tamper with genetic material, people have questioned whether the technology is too powerful and too dangerous to unleash on the world.

Editing Your DNA: The Promises and the Risks

Ever since scientists discovered they could tamper with genetic material, people have questioned whether the technology is too powerful and too dangerous to unleash on the world.

from To the Point

The holidays are about a lot of things: Peace, togetherness, sharing, giving, and, of course, drinking.

A Scientific History of Booze

The holidays are about a lot of things: Peace, togetherness, sharing, giving, and, of course, drinking.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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Josh Barro and Ken White talk about legal issues related to President Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis, and more.

from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers

It was the last debate of the campaign, and it was less crazy than the last one. NBC’s Kristen Welker kept it on lockdown with some help from a mute button.

from Left, Right & Center

Vice President Pence and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris are debating in Salt Lake City.

President Trump told Americans in late January that the government was ready for coronavirus. In an interview with CNBC, on the day Seattle recorded the first U.S.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

If passed, Proposition 22 would reclassify app-based drivers with companies like Uber, Lyft, Doordash, and Instacart as independent contractors.

from Greater LA

The presidential election is November 3. With the COVID-19 pandemic, voters might be wondering whether it’s safer to vote by mail or in person. How do mail-in ballots work anyway?

from KCRW Features

About one-third of all California eligible voters have voted by mail, and more than 100 in-person voting centers in LA opened over the weekend.

from Greater LA

We live in a two-party system, but sometimes it takes a nudge from the margins to get things done.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

For weeks, pro-Armenia demonstrators have donated their money, packed church parking lots, and shut down traffic on city streets across Los Angeles County in protest of the ongoing,…

from Greater LA