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GreenspaceA type of chromium linked to cancer is turning up in tap water in more than two dozen cities, including Riverside, according to a study that urges federal regulators to adopt tougher standards. Even though scientists at the U.S. Environmental......
NTSB official describes blown gas pipeline, course of the investigation in San Bruno explosion and fireL.A. NOWAt a news conference late Friday in a San Bruno shopping center, Christopher Hart, vice chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board, said he had inspected a length of the transmission pipeline that ruptured Thursday, resulting in the explosion...
Money & CompanyThe shine keeps coming off precious metals. Gold and silver prices continued their new yearâs slide Thursday in a sell-off blamed in part on expectations that China soon will raise interest rates further to cool its roaring economy. Higher rates......
Top of the TicketRepublican Gov. Sean Parnell proposes to suspend the state's eight-cent per gallon fuel tax....
Money & CompanyFresh fears about the economy drove investors and traders back into Treasury bonds Tuesday, sending yields to new lows. Gold, meanwhile, closed above $1,300 an ounce for the first time, also benefiting from renewed jitters over the global economy and........
GreenspaceIt's been nearly two years since California enacted its green chemistry initiative, which was designed to change the environmental zeitgeist in Sacramento from a chemical-by-chemical approach to a more comprehensive scheme that would identify compounds of...
Brand XCinefamily, the Fairfax district's non-profit bastion of all things cinematic and strange, gets extra-spooky around Halloween. This year's holiday marks the organization's third birthday (it opened in the Silent Movie Theater in 2007) as well as what...
Money & CompanyWild times for precious metals got even wilder Tuesday. The rocket-like performance of silver in recent days apparently prompted the parent of the New York Comex market to boost margin requirements on silver futures -â a move that fueled a......
Money & CompanySilver prices got slammed Wednesday after investors were forced to put up more âmarginâ money to bet on futures contracts, but the metal held above its lowest levels reached after word of the new requirements hit late Tuesday. Gold also......
Money & CompanyLouis E. Carabini is the founder of the big Newport Beach precious metals investment firm Monex, which trails government regulatory actions and customer lawsuits behind it like a miasma. He also fashions himself something of a libertarian philosopher,...
Two wheels and pedals, a handlebar, frame, chain and derailleur gears. The bicycle's basic design is so simple and efficient that it hasn't really changed for more than 75 years. But the relentless human urge to improve produces annual refinements in...
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