Devin BrowneSenior Field Correspondent
Senior Field Correspondent Devin Browne (Phoenix) was born and raised in a small suburb of Los Angeles known nationally for its natural disasters (fires, mudslides, and earthquakes, mainly). In 2008, she moved into the heart of the city, to one of L.A.'s most bustling immigrant portals. There she launched MacArthurParkMedia.com, a site about how the American experience now starts. A more personal account of her time in MacArthur Park, living with a Mexican family, can be found on the-entryway.com. She graduated from the University of Michigan in 2005, and later studied radio at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland, Maine. Her stories have aired on Marketplace, The Environment Report, and PRI's The World. She has also written for LA Weekly.
As Israel's military concentrates its siege in the southern half of Gaza, a United Nations agency warns that the people there could soon begin dying from diseases as well as Israel's bombardment.
For decades, government scientists have toiled away trying to make nuclear fusion work. Will commercial companies sprint to the finish?
Under the deal, Purdue agreed it owed $8 billion in criminal and civil fines. That deal that is at the center of Monday's case because it releases the Sacklers from personal liability.
Billy Crystal, Dionne Warwick, Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees, Renée Fleming and Queen Latifah were given the star treatment as they received their Kennedy Center Honors.
About 75 climbers had started their way up the nearly 9,480-foot mountain on Saturday and became stranded before Marapi spewed thick columns of ash on Sunday.
India's ruling Hindu nationalist party won in three of four state elections in a vote that pitted the main opposition against that of Prime Minister Narendra Modi before national polls next year.
- New California rules are crushing the solar industry
- Poway Unified School District superintendent sued by a student and her family
- California Coastal Commission stalls bike lanes on deadly road in Point Loma
- Could Chula Vista Councilmember Andrea Cardenas lose her seat if she keeps missing meetings?
- Sandra Day O'Connor, first woman on the Supreme Court, dies