Natalie Jennings

The Washington Post

Editor of The Washington Post's political analysis blog “The Fix.”

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Protests are continuing nationwide following the police killing of George Floyd.

Inside the White House decision to clear protesters so Trump could have a photo op

Protests are continuing nationwide following the police killing of George Floyd.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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A nuclear meltdown near the San Fernando and Simi Valleys was kept secret for 20 years.

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The Native American activist’s attorney Kevin Sharp tells Robert Scheer why Peltier’s imprisonment is one of the worst miscarriages of justice this country has ever seen.

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Alberto Carvalho announced today that he’s leaving his job as the head of Miami-Dade County Public Schools to become the next superintendent of LA Unified School District.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

San Francisco is at times known for its rough-and-tumble approach to local politics. But now a more bruising political fight is playing out in the City by the Bay.

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Artificial intelligence can predict breast cancer years before it shows up on a mammogram, according to a new MIT study .

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

An influx of patients is straining already short-staffed hospitals, and some have canceled elective surgeries, including Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in the San Fernando…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

After a decade of struggle, Koreatown has been united into a single district, thanks to a multigenerational, multicultural coalition that convinced the LA City Council to make the…

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The leader of the Juaneńo Band of Mission Indians follows in the footsteps of her ancestors by foraging for acorns in the Angeles National Forest.

from Greater LA

Serving in the California government can be demoralizing, so many of the state’s promising public officials have found greener pastures — and more power — in nonprofits.

from Zócalo's Connecting California