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PolitiCalMark Nechodom, Gov. Jerry Brown's nominee for state conservation chief, won the support of a key Senate committee on Wednesday after a grilling from lawmakers over hydraulic fracturing -- and demands for more safeguards on the controversial drilling...
L.A. NOWCalifornia businesses are being plauged by plastic thieves, who steal plastic pallets, trays and crates in order to sell them to recyclers....
Re "New UC logo a no-go for many," Dec. 11 I don't understand the kerfuffle over the new University of California logo. In my view, the insignia is a forthright representation of the true state of the system. For years the UC system has been sliding...
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It was a compelling idea while it lasted. But three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart will not race in next year's Indianapolis 500 ahead of the NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 later that same day. Stewart-Haas Racing, the NASCAR team that Stewart co-owns,...
Lisa Jackson, head of the Environmental Protection Agency, did not produce the record some had hoped for, as she was continually held back from her ambitious regulatory plans by business and political opponents. And even her last major action —...
Past restaurant marketing campaigns have usually featured sexy patrons having a good time with friends or their adorable young families. But according to new research, maybe it’s time food-service companies started focusing more on silver foxes....
If NASCAR's Tony Stewart accepts Roger Penske's offer to drive in next year's Indianapolis 500, that would be fine by some IndyCar drivers. "That would be awesome. I hope he does it," Will Power, one of Penske's regular IndyCar series drivers, said...
When children go to sleep tonight, the visions dancing in their heads will more likely be those of electronic gizmos than of sugar plums. But the kiddos will doze off believing, and that collective faith fascinates author William Joyce, who created the...
Coca-Cola, the world’s top beverage company and perennial target for critics of sugary drinks, is taking an unusually public stance on obesity by defending its health initiatives on prime-time television. In a two-minute advertisement set to debut...
Tags: Beyonce, Obesity, PepsiCo Inc., Starbucks Corp., Advertising
IHOP has a Country Fried Steak & Eggs combo menu item with 3,720 milligrams of sodium. Johnny Rockets’ Bacon Cheddar Double burger has 50 grams of saturated fat. The Bistro Shrimp Pasta from the Cheesecake Factory has 3,120 calories. Each one is...
Yoko Ono has designed a menswear capsule collection for Opening Ceremony that's slated to debut Tuesday. The designs are inspired by her late husband John Lennon's "hot bod," she says. The collection includes a jockstrap, knee pads with eyes on them and a...
Tara Kolla was born in Inglewood but grew up in Europe. She came back to Los Angeles, to a half-acre Silver Lake plot, where she decided to try her hand at "urban farming." Her neighbors objected, so now she mostly works other people's land, and works...
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