Reporter for the Press-Enterprise in Riverside, California
California already leads the nation in home foreclosures, and there will be a lot more in the coming year.
Jan. 5, 2010from Which Way, L.A.?
The Centers for Disease Control and Protection says the U.S.
Apr. 30from Greater LA
Get ready for more debate about health insurance as Trump runs for re-election. Democratic hopefuls are debating reforms while Republicans accuse them of “socialized medicine.”
May. 9from To the Point
Robert Mueller’s letter to Attorney General Barr raises questions about Barr’s summary of the Mueller report and Rod Rosenstein resigns praising President Trump’s courtesy and humor.
May. 1from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
While a dispute between China and the US means tariffs and perhaps fewer imports, there’s another potential jobs killer at the Port of LA: automation.
May. 13from Greater LA
The super bloom this year has given spectators in Southern California quite the wild flower show. The hills alongside LA’s freeways are carpeted with bright yellows and oranges.
May. 17from KCRW Features
Jackie Goldberg is returning to the LAUSD school board after a major victory in Tuesday’s special election.
May. 15from KCRW Features
“The Terminator,” “Blade Runner,” and “Her” all center around a future of humans and machines living together. But that’s actually happening right now. The A.I.
May. 14from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
On Monday, the FBI caught an army veteran who was allegedly planning to detonate a bomb at a right wing rally in Long Beach.
Apr. 30from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
There was a time when LAX wasn’t the unwieldy beast that it’s become. We hear about those days from 93-year-old Ethel Pattison, the airport’s oldest continuously working employee.
May. 15from Greater LA