“Vice President Kamala Harris,” a Los Angeles Times Special Edition Magazine, is on Newsstands Now
The magazine is a volume of two decades’ worth of Times reporting to mark the historic moment.
The Los Angeles Times has published a commemorative magazine, “Vice President Kamala Harris,” in advance of the inauguration of the first American woman ever to hold the office.
Harris has made a meteoric ascent in American politics – from Bay Area prosecutor to vice president-elect – and The Times has covered her every step of the way. Published as a Los Angeles Times special edition, the 80-page magazine is a collection of The Times’ reporting on and photography of Harris throughout her career. Delving into her Indian heritage, formative years at Howard University, hotly-debated work in criminal justice and political maturation as California Attorney General, U.S. Senator, presidential candidate and, finally, incoming vice president, the magazine is a volume of two decades’ worth of reporting to mark the historic moment.
The magazine was edited by Millie Quan and Calvin Hom was the photo editor. It includes reporting by
Melanie Mason, Shashank Bengali, Evan Halper, Michael Finnegan, Phil Willon, Mark Z. Barabak, Maria L. La Ganga, Kailyn Brown, Marisa Gerber, Andrea Castillo, Susanne Rust, Dakota Smith, David Zahniser, Meg James, James Rainey, Robert Lloyd, Janet Hook, Noah Bierman and Matt Pearce and photography by Carolyn Cole, Robert Durell, Mark Boster, Brian van der Brug, Marcus Yam, Genaro Molina, Luis Sinco, Wally Skalij and Kent Nishimura.
The special edition commemorative magazine about U.S. Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, produced in collaboration with Meredith Premium Publishing, is on newsstands now and available to purchase in The Times online store for $14.99.