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  • ... out a startling fact: In Los Angeles County, according to state statistics, fewer people are employed now than were when jobs hit their high-water mark in 1990.In March of 1990, he said, almost 4.2 million county residents had jobs. As of ...
  • ... and Wall Street is celebrating, but is the economic recovery real for the rest of us? Economist Chris Thornberg gives Madeleine ... and domestic workers in Beverly Hills and West L.A. to show lives overlooked by most. ...
  • ... lost the California condor. Its population had fallen to 21 in 1982. In a move that split the conservation community, leading to ... Wildlife Service, the agency at the nexus of the Condor Recovery Program, there are 230 California condors in the wild: 128 in ...
  • The global March Against Monsanto made its way to biotech-friendly San Diego, where hundreds showed up to call for ... monopoly by agribusiness giant Monsanto. The global March Against Monsanto made its way to biotech-friendly San Diego, where ...
  • In March 2002, the award-winning news magazine show , "California Connected," ... David Brancaccio, 'California Connected' host from 2002 to 2004. R: Lisa McRee, the show's host from 2004-2007. | Photo: L: KCET Archives; R: Ed Krieger In March 2002, the acclaimed news magazine show , "California Connected," ...
  • ... Bill in North Carolina Georgia Governor to Veto Anti-LGBT"Religious Liberty" Bill Arizona: Transgender Woman Detained byICE, Sent to Male Detention Center EgyptAir Flight Hijacked to Cyprus by Man ...
  • ... Consider Unity Ticket to Stop Trump Obama Tells Donors to Throw Weight Behind Clinton In Hearings, Lawmakers Call for MI Gov. ... Market Killed 119 EU Proposes Controversial Plan to Deport Refugees Back to Turkey U.S. and Cuba Continue Easing ...
  • ... news headlines: Supreme Court 4-4 Tie Deals Victory to Public Employee Unions Supreme Court Seeks Alternatives to Avoid Tie in Birth Control Case First GOP Senator Meets ...
  • ... an expensive pension program is allowing police and fire to double dip, and at what cost? Then correspondent Laurel Erickson examines the cost and consequences of climate change to California, especially along its 1200 miles of coastline. ...
  • Up Front: The world continues to celebrate the arrival of Pope Francis I. Our partners at CNN have the latest from Rome. Investigation: Our latest investigation shows priests suspected of abuse dumped onto the path of least resistance ...

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