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  • ... outpouring of money -- billions of dollars to help rebuild . Aid workers poured in from across the globe. So what does Haiti ...
  • Day four of the four-part interview with Yaron Book, president of the Ayn Rand Institute, in Irvine. ... and a shrine of sorts "? book covers, her desk, etc. "? to the author and Objectivism founder. The Institute is located in the Von ... dedicated to it unless there was a market for this content . In newspapers, they don't pay for editorials very well. Nobody's out ...
  • ... Zavala: Good evening. I'm Val Zavala. Tonight a SoCal Connected investigation into a government agency that spent ... by the New York Times. A close look at Brown's receipts shows he had business meetings on two Saturday nights in October 2010, both ...
  • In a special report SoCal Connected explores L.A.'s tree canopy; the 10-million-plus trees that shade ... We see how a small army of passionate people are working to correct the disparity by giving away thousands of trees to families in ...
  • ... have no access to a doctor or dentist. Judy Muller shows us what they endure to get the most basic care. ... in extraordinary lines for the most ordinary care. For SoCal Connected , I'm Judy Muller. ...
  • For this installment of "Better Know a SoCal Blogger" we talked to the anonymous writer of Militant Angeleno, and his mission to make us ...
  • ... they are bad reforms -- Far from it. But it does mean we need to consider all of the consequences of reforms when voting at the ballot box. ...
  • In a memo obtained by SoCal Connected , CEO Ken Simmons tells employees no more parties and less ... of the city's housing authority told employees that due to budget constraints they would have to give up all staff events and ...
  • ... gone wrong, California's "no bare hands" law needs to be changed. And it probably will be, quickly. ... first passed. But the controversial "no bare hands" law may hit all three in less than a year. Configure block ... I got less a sense of defeat and resignation, and more of calm. As if, there was a solution rising on the horizon. Enter: That ...
  • Downtown giant AEG plans to either get a downtown football stadium moving, or give up, within months. ... or with teams not among the elite in their leagues to rebuild or lose out, even when evidence is slim that public spending will ... officials, business leaders and local residents first need to ask these questions:...."¢Downtown sports facilities take up ...

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