Associated Press spoke to Santina Contreras in a story about climate gentrification after the wildfires in Maui.
Washington Post quoted Genevieve Kanter for a story about a prominent fertility doctor promoting and profiting from an unproven supplement.
Associated Press talked to Dora Kingsley Vertenten about how supporters of former President Donald Trump reacted to his third indictment.
NPR interviewed Darius Lakdawalla about upcoming Medicare drug price negotiations.
National Review, Australian Broadcasting Corporation and WAMU covered Elizabeth Currid-Halkett’s new book, “The Overlooked Americans: The Resilience of Rural Towns and What It Means for Our Country.”
Marketplace featured Richard Green about rising mortgage rates and their effect on the housing market.
Business Insider interviewed Christian Grose in a story examining why Ron DeSantis is trailing former president Donald Trump in the GOP primary race.
The Hill quoted Dowell Myers about predictions that Generation Z could be the last generation of Americans with a white majority.
Star-Tribune talked to Moussa Diop after U.S. food giant Cargill was accused of fraud by a Russian bank.
Sacramento Bee spoke to Dowell Myers about Kaiser Permanente’s proposed acquisition of a Pennsylvania-based health system.
Healthline featured Julie Zissimopoulos about the cost of Leqembi, a newly FDA-approved treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.
Inside Higher Education interviewed Wändi Bruine de Bruin about the need to ditch jargon when discussing climate change.
This represents only a portion of recent USC Price faculty media.