Biomedical writer for the magazine Science News
The whooping cough is now officially an epidemic in California, with a huge spike in the number of cases. Why are people who’ve been vaccinated getting the disease?
Jun. 17, 2014from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Under new federal rules, if an immigration officer determines you are a strain on public benefits, or likely to be one in the future, you could become ineligible for permanent…
Oct. 15from Greater LA
This week: Let the independent games begin; shop for great design deals on La Cienega; consider "soft Schindler" and modernism from diverse perspectives; celebrate Culver City arts…
Oct. 7from Design and Architecture
Every day, hundreds of students line up at Santa Barbara City College for free food. That’s a sign of how expensive college has gotten.
Oct. 14from KCRW Features
Due to Santa Ana winds, gusts in some parts of LA could top 60 mph. Power lines could fall down and spark fires.
Oct. 10from Greater LA
Hundreds of thousands of people in Northern California are without electricity right now. PG&E has cut power during this week’s windy weather to avoid sparking another wildfire.
Oct. 10from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Evacuation orders for the Saddleridge fire have been lifted.
Oct. 14from Greater LA
We're about a month away from the arrivals of Disney Plus and Apple TV Plus--with even more services to come after that.
Oct. 8from Screengrab
What’s the difference between a dramatic story and a play? That’s the question that nervously filled my mind with the first words of “How the light gets in” at Boston Court.
Oct. 7from Opening the Curtain
Shepard Smith recently announced his resignation from Fox News. He strove to be as even-handed as possible when reporting.
Oct. 15from Press Play with Madeleine Brand