National correspondent for the Los Angeles Times, covering 2020. May the forces of evil become confused on the way to your house.
Big fan of @InsiderUnion normalizing collective bargaining as a healthy part of life at any growing media company. The journalism doesn’t exist without the work you do!
1. My train to the inauguration; 2. My train to the Women's March — or it was supposed to be, but it was too full for me to get on.
We’re in one of the worst economic disasters in American history amid a global pandemic, people are revolting against the police, the U.S. president is trying to bring social media companies to heel and has just threatened to shoot looters. What else can we pile on top of this
One of the Women's Marchers' final acts: leaving their protest signs in front of the White House.
Wow. Big scoop by : The Trump administration created a "secret database of activists, journalists, and social media influencers tied to the migrant caravan and in some cases, placed alerts on their passports."