Jake Bernstein

ProPublica

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Business and financial reporter for ProPublica, and winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting

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Rupert Murdoch's troubles in Britain are escalating fast.

Is Rupert Murdoch's Media Empire Crumbling?

Rupert Murdoch's troubles in Britain are escalating fast.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Rupert Murdoch's troubles in Britain are escalating fast. Since closing his  News of the World , he's had to  buy back stock  in his News Corporation, to keep up its value.

Murdoch's Media Empire Exposed

Rupert Murdoch's troubles in Britain are escalating fast. Since closing his News of the World , he's had to buy back stock in his News Corporation, to keep up its value.

from To the Point

When he signed the  Dodd-Frank finance reform bill  less than a year ago, President Obama said it would protect consumers from the reckless behavior of banks that caused the Great…

Financial Reform: Unwritten Rules for an Empty Road

When he signed the Dodd-Frank finance reform bill less than a year ago, President Obama said it would protect consumers from the reckless behavior of banks that caused the Great…

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If the Supreme Court upholds the abortion laws from Texas and Mississippi, the flood gates will open for patients, driving into California to get the procedure.

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Columnist Joe Mathews channels Plato and Jonathan Swift as he proposes universal orphanhood to be a straight path to societal equity in California.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

As the Jan. 6 committee’s investigation into the insurrection continues, Rep. Pete Aguilar tells KCRW that he won’t rule out subpoenaing Kevin McCarthy.

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Diablo Canyon is supposed to start closing in a few years, but a Stanford-MIT report says keeping it open would help California transition to clean energy more cheaply and cleanly.

from Greater LA

The City of Los Angeles is seven years into an ambitious plan to end traffic-related deaths by 2025. So why are fatalities going up?

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California is losing its leadership position in the effort to mitigate climate change, and politics and other disasters may be to blame, according to a state lawmaker.

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The leader of the Juaneńo Band of Mission Indians follows in the footsteps of her ancestors by foraging for acorns in the Angeles National Forest.

from Greater LA

Since Californians voted to legalize recreational marijuana five years ago, almost 20 states now allow recreational reefer, and polls show roughly two-thirds of Americans support…

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Josh Barro talks with Ross Douthat and Elizabeth Bruenig about the impending wave of covid cases, Democrats’ turn to voting rights, and the new-new right wing.

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