Sebastian Rotella is a senior reporter for ProPublica. A former correspondent for the Los Angeles Times, based in Europe, he's the author of Triple Crossing and The Convert's Song.
Police in Barcelona say at least 13 people have died and the Associated Press reports 80 more were injured today after a speeding van plowed into crowds on Las Ramblas — a tourist…
Aug. 17, 2017from To the Point
Now not all warfare was cyber warfare in 2016.
Dec. 30, 2016from To the Point
The battle is on to retake Mosul, capitol of the Islamic State in Iraq. The next major target will be Raqqa, the Syriun capitol of the so-called Caliphate.
Oct. 21, 2016from To the Point
Los Angeles City Councilman Herb Wesson and Council President Nury Martinez have introduced a motion that would create an alternative to police: a newly developed nonviolent…
Jun. 17from KCRW Features
Josh Barro discusses Joe Biden’s surge in the polls, Trump’s stumbling, and where US China policy should go next with Christine Emba, Megan McArdle and Ali Wyne.
Jun. 26from Left, Right & Center
Hundreds of librarians are working as contact tracers in LA County during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jun. 15from Greater LA
The new season of Lost Notes will be here in September. Meantime, this summer, we’re sharing a couple of bonus episodes.
Jun. 18from Lost Notes
The funeral for Robert Fuller was today at a church in Palmdale. Fuller was found hanging from a tree across the street from Palmdale City Hall on June 10.
Jun. 30from Greater LA
Two important moments in LGBTQ history happened in Huntington Park in December 1968. The first: Reverend Troy D.
Jun. 26from KCRW Features
Josh Barro and Ken White talk about Mary Trump’s tell-all book, Roger Stone’s orders from the judge and whether Sidney Powell and Jay Clayton are good lawyers.
Jul. 1from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
A Facebook post looking for Black video editors sparked hateful comments and allegations of “anti-white racism,” drawing attention to Hollywood’s lack of diversity and reluctance to…
Jun. 25from Greater LA
If the federal government won’t fix the U-S Constitution, California ought to write its own.
Jul. 2from Zócalo's Connecting California