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  • The energy industry's disturbing influence on politics [Ted Rall cartoon]

     
    In a disturbing display of the energy industry's influence on politics, Gov. Jerry Brown fired a top regulator for refusing to loosen environmental regulations on a risky method of oil extraction. ALSO: Photos: Ted Rall cartoons Sarah Palin's attack on......
  • Who's in charge of the LAPD? [The reply]

     
    My column on Monday looking at a proposed change in the way the Los Angeles Police Department handles cars it seizes from unlicensed drivers drew the predictable response: Scores of readers wrote to complain that this is just another misguided......
  • California cap-and-trade money should be spent carefully, analyst says

     
    California cap-and-trade money can't be spent easily, a report warns. California Gov. Jerry Brown's proposal to spend cap-and-trade money on budget issues may be complicated by the report....
  • EnergyGlass: Windows that make solar electricity

     
    EnergyGlass: A Florida company has introduced glass that it says can generate electricity as light -- sunlight or artificial light -- streams through the pane....
  • Sarah Palin to co-host 'Today' on Tuesday

     
    Sarah Palin is scheduled to make her debut as a morning show co-host when she appears alongside Matt Lauer, Al Roker and Ann Curry on "Today." Palin is NBC's answer to Oprah Winfrey's interview on "CBS This Morning" and Katie Couric's weeklong guest-...
  • Proposed San Onofre wave farm halted by feds

     
    An Orange County entrepreneur’s controversial proposal to build one of the nation’s first hydrokinetic wave farms off San Onofre State Beach isn’t quite dead, but it’s definitely treading water. Federal regulators this month...
  • Stocks remain down after gloomy economic reports

     
    Global stock markets remained depressed at midday Thursday amid intensifying concerns about Europe’s debt crisis and a batch of disheartening economic reports in the United States. The Dow Jones industrial average was recently down 460.65 points, or...
  • Spot gold tops $1,800 an ounce

     
    Gold trading above $1,800, could beat new record...
  • Stocks end day sharply down as economic fears are revived

     
    Global stock markets experienced big losses on Thursday amid intensifying concerns about Europe’s debt crisis and a batch of disheartening economic reports in the United States....
  • Are 'green' jobs the great American con job? [Most commented]

     
    "Is the green energy revolution about energy independence? Or is it about fighting global warming? Or is it about jobs?" asks Jonah Goldberg in his Tuesday column about what he calls the war to green America. For most of the......
  • California solar panel manufacturer ceases operations

     
    The California solar panel manufacturer that received a high profile $535 million Energy Department loan guarantee announced today that it was ceasing operations, laying off 1,100 workers and will file for bankruptcy in the coming days. Fremont-based...