Jennifer Medina

national politics reporter for the New York Times

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Jennifer Medina on KCRW

The CDC released a new study that shows little spread of COVID if masks, social distancing and proper sanitation are enforced.

CDC says schools might be able to reopen, but LAUSD sees no end in sight for virtual learning

The CDC released a new study that shows little spread of COVID if masks, social distancing and proper sanitation are enforced.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

It’s Election Day for people living in Northern LA County and parts of Ventura.

Why California’s 25th District race has national implications

It’s Election Day for people living in Northern LA County and parts of Ventura.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

With COVID-19 keeping families inside, some women are discovering how unbalanced work and life are. California Congresswoman Katie Porter has proposed legislation to help.

Moms struggle to create work-life balance during COVID-19

With COVID-19 keeping families inside, some women are discovering how unbalanced work and life are. California Congresswoman Katie Porter has proposed legislation to help.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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