Los Angeles Times
Sacramento bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times; former senior editor of the Politics and Government Desk, and former Sacramento bureau chief and political reporter, for KQED's The California Report; former political editor at KXTV, the ABC affiliate in Sacramento
The California Legislature is busy passing landmark legislation before the end of the session on Friday.
There’s AB 5, the bill that would require many independent contractors to…
Sep. 12from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Governor Jerry Brown has signed more than 1000 new bills into California law. The bulk of them take effect at the start of next year.
Oct. 3, 2018from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Twelve Russian military intelligence officers hacked into the Clinton presidential campaign and Democratic Party and released tens of thousands of private communications in a sweeping…
Jul. 13, 2018from The Mixer
“Midnight Traveler” tells the harrowing story of Afghani director Hassan Fazili and his family’s displacement as filmed on their cell phones.
Oct. 4from Scheer Intelligence
If you're living at home with your parents, we want to hear from you. What are your top reasons for doing it? How do your parents feel about it?
Oct. 15from Greater LA
Democrat Monique Limon announced she will run for Hannah Beth Jackson’s coveted state senate seat.
Sep. 27from Curious Coast
A college student from the tiny town of Gonzalez is California’s most unlikely philanthropist.
Sep. 19from Zócalo's Connecting California
These are some interesting texts.
Oct. 4from Left, Right & Center
Evacuation orders for the Saddleridge fire have been lifted.
Oct. 14from Greater LA
Greta Thunberg inspired Fridays for Future--school strikes around the world. Were the leaders of major polluters paying attention? Not according to what they told the United Nations.
Sep. 25from To the Point
Are you an EV owner who has trouble finding a charging station? Are you a renter who's hesitant to go electric? Do the environmental benefits outweigh the inconvenience?
Sep. 27from Greater LA
This year, Silver Lake resident Maebe A. Girl became the first drag queen elected to public office in the U.S. We look at how she got there, and how she hopes to take Rep.
Sep. 24from Greater LA