Los Angeles Times

Alan Zarembo

Writer

Alan Zarembo is a projects and investigative reporter with a focus on medicine, science and the military. Prior to joining the Los Angeles Times in 2003, he was the Mexico City bureau chief for Newsweek magazine and a freelance journalist based in central Africa. He is graduate of Dartmouth College, a former Knight Fellow at Stanford University and a winner of the Livingston Award for International Reporting.

Recent Articles

  • Are the media complicit in mass shootings?

    Are the media complicit in mass shootings?

    Among the most chilling details to emerge in the Orlando massacre is that the killer paused during his three-hour rampage at the Pulse nightclub to search Facebook for news about it. “Pulse Orlando” and “shooting,” Omar Mateen typed into his smartphone, investigators found. His real-time search...

  • Muslims' anger about Trump's proposal is tinged with fear

    Muslims' anger about Trump's proposal is tinged with fear

    After 9/11, Mohammad Salahat's eighth-grade classmates mocked him for being Muslim. Last month, after the attacks in Paris, a college classmate called him a terrorist. And Saturday, as he walked through an office supply store in Temecula, he said he could not help but feel some people were staring...

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