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Nate Berg

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L.A. based freelance journalist.

Nate Berg on KCRW

This week, federal scientists confirmed that last year was the Earth’s warmest on record.

Without Washington, cities look to cool off as the planet warms

This week, federal scientists confirmed that last year was the Earth’s warmest on record.

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A look at how California's new governor may interact with the legislature.

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Teachers are expected to be back in school on Wednesday. The negotiations ended at 6:15 am Tuesday, after 21 hours of talks, according to Mayor Eric Garcetti.

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Why not create a new option for voters who can’t stomach any of the candidates on the ballot?

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Zocalo commentator Joe Mathews has some advice for incoming California Gavin Newsom: don’t follow in the footsteps of Jerry Brown.

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Plans for the high-speed rail project originally meant to connect L.A. and San Francisco - are now derailed. At least, so it seems.

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Some parts of Southern California got more than five inches of rain this week, in a series of storm systems that hit the area one after the other.

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Gavin Newsom’s early policy proposals offer a glimmer of hope for California’s youngest residents.

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Will the teachers strike lead to structural changes in LA’s public schools? Deep problems such as financing and middle-class flight remain.

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The Coachella Valley is the next best thing to the Judaean Desert when it comes to Christmas.

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