New York Times
Investigative reporter for the New York Times and author of Salt, Sugar, Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us
Michael Moss is an investigative reporter for the New York Times.
Dec. 31, 2013from Which Way, L.A.?
Dec. 31, 2013from To the Point
In 1999, the heads of 11 major food companies met to discuss America's growing weight problem. Should they change their formulas to prevent increased obesity?
Feb. 27, 2013from To the Point
How is the coronavirus pandemic affecting our judicial system?
Mar. 18from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
With many people staying at home due to coronavirus, our apartments and houses have become work spaces, classrooms, gyms.
Mar. 26from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Corrin Rankin wants to convert more Black Democrats into Republicans. She’s a board member on the president’s “Black Voices For Trump” re-election initiative.
Feb. 27from Greater LA
N ew York is calling on health care workers from all over to come help with the flood of coronavirus patients.
Mar. 31from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
There’s been early denial and official inaction when it comes to both the coronavirus outbreak and climate change. Can either crisis teach us about the other?
Mar. 19from To the Point
Joe Biden won Virginia, North Carolina, Alabama, and several other states on Super Tuesday. Bernie Sanders still captured the day’s biggest prize: California.
Mar. 4from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Former City Councilman Mitchell Englander has pleaded not guilty to obstructing an FBI investigation into him accepting cash, female escort services, hotel rooms, and expensive meals…
Mar. 10from KCRW Features
As hospitals, clinics and other community organizations face a shortage of masks during the COVID-19 outbreak, homebound sewers have stepped up to help, from DIY crafters to fashion…
Mar. 26from Design and Architecture
How are Angelenos who rely on buses and trains feeling about coronavirus? What are LA Metro officials doing to ensure that passengers are safe?
Mar. 10from Greater LA