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  • Santa Monica offers L.A. a cautionary tale on quake vigilance

    Santa Monica offers L.A. a cautionary tale on quake vigilance
    Amid the wreckage from the Northridge earthquake in 1994, no city took more decisive action than Santa Monica. The City Council ordered its staff to find vulnerable wooden apartment and concrete buildings and require the owners to strengthen or demolish...
  • Earthquake risk: L.A. formally requests list of concrete buildings

    Earthquake risk: L.A. formally requests list of concrete buildings
    The city of Los Angeles sent a request Thursday formally asking a UC Berkeley engineering professor for a list of concrete buildings that could be at risk of collapsing in a major earthquake. A team of researchers, led by Jack Moehle, have a database of...
  • Stalling of tax overhaul bill is both good and bad for homeowners

    Stalling of tax overhaul bill is both good and bad for homeowners
    WASHINGTON — For one of the least productive congressional sessions in modern history, the final word about tax overhaul was entirely in character: Nothing's happening. But is that good or bad news for homeowners, buyers and small-scale real...
  • Certified Luxurious

    Certified Luxurious
    With the proliferation of CPO programs among high-end automakers over recent years, owning a late-model luxury car no longer requires an astronomical payment. Thoroughly inspected, meticulously reconditioned and comprehensively warrantied – yet much...
  • FBI investigating alleged gun resales by L.A. SWAT, SIS officers

    FBI investigating alleged gun resales by L.A. SWAT, SIS officers
    The FBI is investigating whether members of the Los Angeles Police Department's elite SWAT and Special Investigations Section units violated the law by purchasing large numbers of custom-made handguns and reselling them for profit, according to...
  • Climate change woes already widespread in California, study says

    Climate change woes already widespread in California, study says
    California is feeling the effects of climate change far and wide as heat-trapping greenhouse gases reduce spring runoff from the Sierra Nevada, make the waters of Monterey Bay more acidic and shorten winter chill periods required to grow fruit and nuts in...
  • L.A. pushed to review quake-vulnerable apartment buildings

    L.A. pushed to review quake-vulnerable apartment buildings
    Seismic experts and engineers have long warned that a certain type of wood-framed building is particularly vulnerable to collapse during a major earthquake, because the first story cannot support the weight of the upper stories. During Southern...
  • Microsoft cuts Surface Pro by $100 for back-to-school promotion

    Microsoft cuts Surface Pro by $100 for back-to-school promotion
    Hopping on the wave of back-to-schools specials, Microsoft is cutting the price of its Surface Pro tablet by $100. The Redmond, Wash.-based tech company is selling the Surface Pro, a tablet capable of running a full version of its Windows 8 operating...
  • Home shoppers advised to stay patient amid overheated housing market

    Home shoppers advised to stay patient amid overheated housing market
    Be patient. Hang in there. Keep trying. In one form or another, that's the advice some real estate experts give buyers in dealing with this overheated housing market. Yes, it is a good time to buy in terms of house prices and mortgage rates. If you...
  • Real estate benefits could be cut as part of tax reform measures

    Real estate benefits could be cut as part of tax reform measures
    WASHINGTON — Since Congress has taken off on its annual summer recess, you might assume that nothing is happening on Capitol Hill that could affect the taxes you pay on your home. Quite the reverse. Staff members of the House and Senate tax-...
  • Red-hot housing market is cooling slightly

    Red-hot housing market is cooling slightly
    WASHINGTON — Do you feel that hint of a chill starting to swirl through the housing market? The cooling is slight, but it's real. Home prices are not rising as fast in most metropolitan areas as they did earlier this year and much of 2012....