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GreenspaceU.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar took some shots Monday at Republican efforts to roll back environmental protections and repeal a historic river restoration agreement in California....
Opinion L.A.The years-in-the-making grand plan to convert the shuttered Norton Air Force Base into the grandly named San Bernardino International Airport, a hub of commercial flight, is now more than an expensive and protracted affair. It's a federal criminal...
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer"Oldest house," panted Robert Chavez, steering his pedicab past a 17th century adobe. "Oldest church," he added a moment later, nodding left toward the 17th century San Miguel Mission Church. Santa Fe — rich, tan, relentlessly artsy and frequently...
Water The Epic Struggle for Wealth, Power and Civilization Steven Solomon Harper: 596 pp., $27.99 It's not news to residents of Southern California that the management of water resources has far-reaching economic and political ramifications, but...
Tags: Culture, Ecosystems, Corruption, Islam, Conservation
Standing on the deck of his 91-foot trawler, veteran fisherman Tomoyuki Kondou winces over reports that radioactivity from Japan's damaged nuclear power plant in nearby Fukushima has contaminated the local food supply after this month's deadly...
After the surging ocean waters spawned by Japan's magnitude 8.9 earthquake receded from that country's northeast coast, the drowned were only the first victims to be counted. Over the next several days, physicians and public health officials in Japan can...
After the surging ocean waters spawned by Japan's magnitude 8.9 earthquake receded, the drowned were only the first victims to be counted. In the coming days, physicians and public health officials along Japan's hard-hit eastern coast can expect a second...
GreenspaceTribal leaders who are battling plans for Pebble Mine, a $300-billion copper, molybdemum and gold deposit at the headwaters of Bristol Bay--home of the world's biggest sockeye salmon runs--are appealing now to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency...
Babylon & BeyondA spill of around 100 tons of diesel into the Nile River has forced Egyptian authorities to shut down four water purification stations as a precaution to prevent contamination. The spill resulted from the partial sinking of a barge owned......
GreenspaceAn alarming decline in the number of burrowing owls in the Imperial Valley -- a Southern California agricultural area that had been considered a stronghold for the species -- has prompted calls for an immediate inquiry by state wildlife authorities.......
GreenspaceWhen Malibu's new central park opens Saturday, visitors will see sculptures of a giant king snake and burrowing owl covered in jazzy mosaic tiles. And those who stroll the park's decomposed granite pathways will observe hillocks, 500 freshly planted...
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