Karen Foshay

KCRW

Guest/Host

Karen Foshay is an investigative reporter with KCRW. She is a former senior producer at Al Jazeera America. Before joining Al Jazeera America, she was a producer for PBS, NBC and CBS and KPCC. She has been honored with more than 30 journalism awards, including two DuPont-Columbia silver batons, a George Foster Peabody and a Casey Medal for Meritorious Journalism.

Karen Foshay on KCRW

Food service jobs nationwide are down 2.5 million since February, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

With no safety nets, LA’s restaurant workers turn to this man for help

Food service jobs nationwide are down 2.5 million since February, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

from Greater LA

When cops behave badly (plant evidence, write false reports, collude with criminals), or when they use significant or deadly force, it’s up to other police officers to investigate.

The effort to unearth police misconduct records

When cops behave badly (plant evidence, write false reports, collude with criminals), or when they use significant or deadly force, it’s up to other police officers to investigate.

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RoundUp is the most popular weed killer in the world, and lately the most controversial. Millions of gallons of it are sprayed on playgrounds, farms and backyards all over California.

Cancer, Monsanto and the EPA

RoundUp is the most popular weed killer in the world, and lately the most controversial. Millions of gallons of it are sprayed on playgrounds, farms and backyards all over California.

from KCRW Investigates

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