Los Angeles

Clean Cars, California, And Pruitt's Breathtaking Hypocrisy

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Right after he was confirmed, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt said he would achieve cleaner air through “cooperation between the States and EPA.” It was always a highly questionable claim, since Pruitt’s record of 14 lawsuits against clean air and water rules and lax record in Oklahoma suggested he really just wanted to allow companies to pollute without legal consequence.

LA Lakers Purge Front Office As The Magic Johnson Era Commences

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The Los Angeles Lakers announced Tuesday that they have purged their front office in a shake-up that will leave former Laker great Earvin “Magic” Johnson in charge of turning the once-great franchise around following the worst half-decade of basketball in its lauded history.

The Hyperloop Will Revolutionize Transportation

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For the last four years, tech junkies have been obsessed with the Hyperloop, a revolutionary mode of transportation that would fundamentally change the way we live.

'Little House On The Prairie' Star Pinpoints Why Some Child Predators Flock To Hollywood

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Since 2010, “Little House on the Prairie” star Alison Arngrim has spoken publicly about the sexual abuse she endured for three years as a child.

Oroville Dam Crisis Shows Why We Must Invest In Infrastructure

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WASHINGTON ― Every few years an actual or threatened disaster highlights the state of America’s crumbling infrastructure. President Barack Obama, for example, pointed to a 2007 bridge collapse in Minneapolis, which left 13 people dead and dozens of others injured, in his push for more federal funding to overhaul roads, bridges and waterways.

Joe Bray-Ali for CD 1

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Los Angeles is changing and that's a great thing. The obsolete "vision" of the great big freeway, communities historically and economically segregated by race, economics and ethnicity and not-in-my-backyard (NIMBY) politics is giving way to more rail, bus rapid transit (BRT), bike lanes, bike share, social and economic integration and transit-oriented development.