Sarah Wire

Justice Department reporter, LA Times

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Justice Department reporter at the LA Times

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Host Gustavo Arellano and panelists discuss the latest revelations from the January 6 Select Committee, climate legislation, and rising COVID cases.

Where was Trump amid insurrection? In front of TV

Host Gustavo Arellano and panelists discuss the latest revelations from the January 6 Select Committee, climate legislation, and rising COVID cases.

from Left, Right & Center

Unemployment benefits are set to expire in about two weeks for millions of people still out of work because of coronavirus.

California’s EDD remains susceptible to fraud, as more federal COVID relief is on the horizon

Unemployment benefits are set to expire in about two weeks for millions of people still out of work because of coronavirus.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

We continue to parse the meaning of the midterms. It looks like Californians will run the House -- Nancy Pelosi as Speaker and Kevin McCarthy as Minority Leader.

California’s growing clout in Washington

We continue to parse the meaning of the midterms. It looks like Californians will run the House -- Nancy Pelosi as Speaker and Kevin McCarthy as Minority Leader.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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Panelists discuss the imminent end of a policy that turns away asylum seekers, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s plea to Congress, and what Elon Musk’s decision with Twitter…

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Massive solar projects will help California reach renewable energy goals, but not without costs to fragile desert ecosystems.

from Greater LA

California’s pretensions have acquired real weight.

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An e-bike lending library hopes to get people out of their cars in the San Fernando Valley. But it’s an uphill battle. The wholesale price of gas is way down in most of the U.S.

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Panelists discuss their political lessons from 2022, the biggest moments, and what they’re tracking as we head into 2023.

from Left, Right & Center

Greater LA’s special series, “Born & Razed,” closely looks at changing neighborhoods across Southern California. This rebroadcast of episode two focuses on Oxnard.

from Greater LA

Coronavirus is spreading rapidly in China, just weeks after the country abruptly ended its zero-COVID policy. Now with restrictions gone, hospitals are overflowing.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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California is home to the world’s most breathtaking places. But Zocalo Columnist Joe Mathews says its nature also makes it a challenging place to live.