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Natalie Chudnovsky is an associate producer 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
Immigration was a key part of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, and many have wondered whether he’d make good on his deportation plans, as well as the promise to build a Mexico-funded wall along the U.S. border.
Former Riverside County Trump delegate Ben Clymer Jr. says he'd like to President-elect Trump prioritize jobs, and Airtalk listeners weighed in with immigration, security, ISIS and others.
Boyle Heights residents, activists and gallery owners weigh in on rising tension in the community around rising rents and demographic change.
A recent report from the World Wildlife Fund has found that two-thirds of vertebrate animals could be extinct by 2020, but some researchers are skeptical about these numbers.
Earlier this month, a Tokyo District Court dismissed a newlywed female teacher’s request to use her maiden name at work.
Potential flooding may be causing trouble for neighborhoods close to the Los Angeles River.
The ongoing debate over whether police should be called to school campuses is being renewed by a new ACLU of CA study.
Given that tech product designers hack into behavioral psychology to maximize the addictive nature of their software, doesn’t the onus to create a less harmful, less distracting world lie on the shoulders of tech?
Though technology makes it easy and enticing to multitask, the human brain may not have the capacity to keep up.
According to the NOAA Climate Prediction Center report released Thursday, ocean and atmospheric conditions are pointing towards a weak and brief La Niña in the coming winter and fall.