Jennifer Medina

LA-based National Political Correspondent reporter for the New York Times

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On Thursday, nine Democratic candidates took part in an LGBTQ forum in Southern California. One of the three front-runners, Bernie Sanders, was absent.

What Biden's questionable performance at LGBTQ town hall says about his campaign

On Thursday, nine Democratic candidates took part in an LGBTQ forum in Southern California. One of the three front-runners, Bernie Sanders, was absent.

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The University of Southern California is sometimes called the University of Spoiled Children. The college admissions cheating scandal hasn’t helped USC shed that reputation.

The wealth divide at USC

The University of Southern California is sometimes called the University of Spoiled Children. The college admissions cheating scandal hasn’t helped USC shed that reputation.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

In the Central Valley, Donald Trump has a lot of supporters, but there are also undocumented workers who are the backbone of the farm economy.

Immigration concerns reverberate through Central Valley

In the Central Valley, Donald Trump has a lot of supporters, but there are also undocumented workers who are the backbone of the farm economy.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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