Elizabeth Weise

Science Reporter, USA Today

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It’s a tale of two Silicon Valleys.

A High-Powered Silicon Valley Discrimination Trial

It’s a tale of two Silicon Valleys.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

A high-profile court case alleging gender discrimination in the tech industry is heading towards trial this week.

Silicon Valley Closely Watches Gender Discrimination Lawsuit

A high-profile court case alleging gender discrimination in the tech industry is heading towards trial this week.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Thirteen hundred cases of  salmonella from eating eggs  have been reported in 10 states. Some 500 million eggs have been recalled by two big farms in Iowa.

No Sunnyside for Eggs

Thirteen hundred cases of salmonella from eating eggs have been reported in 10 states. Some 500 million eggs have been recalled by two big farms in Iowa.

from To the Point

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Just 28% of voters approve of the job Vice President Kamala Harris is doing, according to a recent poll from USA Today and Suffolk University.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in a case about a Mississippi law that bans almost all abortions after 15 weeks and punishes doctors who violate that law.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Gov. Newsom abruptly announces he won’t attend the U.N. climate change conference. Lt. Gov. Kounalakis will lead the California delegation.

from News Stories

Paul Thomas Anderson’s new movie, “Licorice Pizza,” is about growing up and falling in love in the San Fernando Valley in the 1970s.

from Greater LA

John Kiriakou joins Robert Scheer to discuss the plight of the whistleblower, sentenced to 45 months in prison for revealing how often drone strikes kill civilians.

from Scheer Intelligence

Josh Barro, Liz Bruenig and Tim Carney talk about Kyrsten Sinema’s political ideology (or lack thereof) and whether the child care and climate proposals in the Democrats’ spending bill…

from Left, Right & Center

Starting in January and throughout 2022, the City of LA plans to give 3,200 families in poverty $1,000 a month — with no conditions. The $38 million program is called “ BIG:LEAP .”

from Greater LA

Josh Barro and Ken White discuss the second indictment from John Durham’s investigation into the investigation of the Trump campaign and Russia.

from All the Presidents' Lawyers

Native tribes across the nation are fearful that the Supreme Court may review Brackeen v. Haaland this term.

from KCRW Features