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Alan Zarembo

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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

  • Does being a veteran help candidates? A Montana politician hopes so

    Does being a veteran help candidates? A Montana politician hopes so

    Backstage before a debate between the two main candidates vying for Montana’s lone seat in the U.S. House, the moderator joked with John Lewis, the Democrat, asking whether he had brought his guitar to perform. The Republican, Ryan Zinke, a former Navy SEAL, chimed in with his own brand of humor....

  • Ebola suits keep wearers safe if all rules are followed, experts say

    Ebola suits keep wearers safe if all rules are followed, experts say

    The suit is the difference between life and death. In the heart of the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, healthcare workers are sealed head to foot in waterproof suits that have been tested against viral, bacterial and chemical intrusion. Goggles, face masks and double gloves complete the fortress...

  • Nurses call on Obama to mandate safeguards against Ebola

    Nurses call on Obama to mandate safeguards against Ebola

    The nation's largest union of registered nurses Wednesday called on President Obama to mandate uniform standards at U.S. hospitals to protect healthcare workers from the Ebola virus. "Not one more patient, nurse or healthcare worker should be put at risk due to a lack of healthcare facility preparedness,"...

  • Driver in crash that killed 5 didn't have license, authorities say

    Driver in crash that killed 5 didn't have license, authorities say

    The 16-year-old male driver of a vehicle that crashed on the southbound 5 Freeway in Irvine early Saturday and killed five teenagers apparently did not have a license, authorities said. The unidentified teenager was the sole survivor of the crash that occurred about 2:12 a.m. near the 133 interchange,...

  • Newest Washington memorial honors wounded veterans

    Newest Washington memorial honors wounded veterans

    The story that Lois Pope likes to tell about her first interaction with war-wounded veterans takes place at a rehabilitation center in New York in the mid-1960s. Pope, an actress who had performed on Broadway, had been invited to sing there. Her audience was slumped in wheelchairs and resting on...

  • A troubled veteran at the White House's door

    A troubled veteran at the White House's door

    Omar Gonzalez was always popular along this quiet cul-de-sac of neat suburban homes near Ft. Hood. "Omar, Omar!" children would shout as they ran to his front door. But at some point, neighbors of the decorated combat veteran started to worry. David Haslach, an Army sergeant who lived three doors...

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