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  • ... we found ten mines in California that may well be worse . Some of them have been leaking into our waterways for decades, ... founded on mining, so the industry's legacy here is older than the state. Legal wrangling over mineral rights on public land in ...
  • For better or worse . [scald=29325:kl_image_original_context ... had further fractured the Los Angeles basin among more than 50 ranchos (whose property lines snake across maps of L.A. still). Few ... of new possibilities. The fifteen years of depression and war from 1930 through 1945 did not change the process of suburbanizing L.A. ...
  • Just when you thought it was safe to go out and get cigarettes, the <a href="http://www.latimes.com/news/local/crime/homicidemap/">Los Angeles Times now has the Homicide Map</a> online for your viewing.
  • ... invest in them. Workers are seen as dispensable rather than valued partners, particularly in crops that have short harvesting and ...
  • ... that the freeway system in L.A. is a lot more efficient than it seems. [scald=29539:kl_image_original_context ... kind of life being lived here - you watch movies and TV shows from Hollywood everywhere in Europe and in Greece, so you are quite ... to the university and I would arrive faster, frankly, than people traveling by car. That's because there are a lot of cars on the ...
  • The imperiled Pacific fisher is faring worse than expected as a result of illegal marijuana growers' use of rat poisons, ... at risk," said Gabriel. "This is essentially going to get worse unless we do something to rectify this ...
  • ... is a problem for Americans in all walks of life, but it's worse in areas with poor infrastructure and few parks. This is the first ... Control. Here in Los Angeles County, officials report more than half the adult population is now overweight. And while obesity is a ...
  • ... gas use may be far more dangerous to the planet's climate than expected -- with potentially serious ramifications for solar thermal ... Ivanpah may have a bigger greenhouse footprint than expected. | Photo: Craig Dietrich/Flickr/Creative Commons ... gas use may be far more dangerous to the planet's climate than expected -- with potentially serious ramifications for solar thermal ...
  • ... far more climate-killing methane into the atmosphere than previously thought, undermining natural gas' usefulness as an ... and other noxious substances from oil and gas well is even worse than it looked in 2008. CIRES scientists and colleagues from NASA, ...
  • ... makes us all complicit, and that the situation only gets worse when people look the other way, the suffering will continue to spiral ... How many of these people will join the cause of the more than seventy thousand dead in this war ? Six Each person has their own ...

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