Natalie Chudnovsky Apprentice News Clerk, AirTalk
Natalie Chudnovsky is an Apprentice News Clerk for AirTalk.
Prior to joining KPCC, she interned with KCRW’s "All Things Considered," helped out on the "Taboo Tales" podcast and developed ESL materials. She’s also written and done editorial work for publications such as TravelAge West, MovieMaker Magazine, Time Out LA and The Daily Bruin.
Natalie graduated from UCLA with a Bachelors in English and an affinity for writing short stories. At any given time, she’s probably listening to a podcast, reading, writing or drinking tea (though not all at once).
Stories by Natalie Chudnovsky
As local ground forces supported by U.S. led airstrikes close in on two of the Islamic State’s urban holds, Raqqa in Syria and Mosul in Iraq, there’s growing concern over how the U.S. will approach ISIS’s strategy of using human shields.
Rising sea level caused by climate change could destroy 31 to 67 percent of Southern California beaches, according to a paper published in the Journal of Geophysical Research.
You might be unaware that your internet service provider can sell your browsing history to an advertiser.
A bill introduced by six California legislators in February would prohibit state and local law enforcement from helping federal drug agents arrest and investigate marijuana license holders, effectively creating a sanctuary for the cannabis industry.
In 2017, California became one of 33 U.S. states to adopt a popular yet highly contested ‘right-to-try’ law. Right-to-try was created to allow terminally ill patients to try to access experimental therapies that haven’t been fully approved by the FDA.
Kids might love having Alexa around to help with homework, set the alarm clock or tell them the weather – but what are the effects of these “smart” voice assistants on child development?
If you allow your kids to stay up past their bedtime tonight, they’ll stay up late every night.
Jordan Peele’s directorial debut “Get Out,” which takes on racism using the vehicle of horror-comedy, dominated the box office last weekend and racked up a nearly perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes.
Ride-hailing company Uber has been controversy-prone, to say the least.
That’s the question being posed and the point being made by some immigrants across the country who are striking Thursday by staying home from work or not making any purchases.
According to an LAUSD internal audit on anti-bullying initiatives released Monday, 1 in 5 high school students and 1 in 4 elementary school students have been bullied in the last school year.
When she turned to the internet for post-breakup advice, former Google employee Ellen Huerta came up short – so she decided to fill that void herself.
If a government employee sends a business-related text from their iPhone, is it, legally speaking, a matter of public record?
Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States shortly after nine this morning.
On January 16, Councilmember Mike Bonin introduced a motion for the city to publicly finance local elections in Los Angeles.