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Opinion L.A.How many conservatives does it take to screw up a light bulb law that sets a higher bar for energy-efficient bulbs -- a law that was passed during Geroge W. Bush’s administration, no less? With any luck we won’t find......
Show TrackerThe cast and producer of 'The Glee Project' talk about the show and its future at the TV Critics press tour: could it be a farm team for 'Glee'?...
Opinion L.A.The good news about the debt ceiling debacle? It distracted the GOP from passing destructive environmental measures, the Times Editorial Board wrote Friday. The Republican party attached dozens of riders, which would end key environmental regulations,...
GreenspaceTo the list of all the reasons why backers of the Keystone XL pipeline from Canada to the Texas Gulf Coast want it to be built, add now the welfare of Saudi Arabian women. The pipeline, which would bring oil......
Money & CompanyIndividuals who have become enamored of gold amid the dramatic rise in the price of the precious metal should be on the lookout for investment traps hatched by con artists, according a warning issued Wednesday by a financial-industry regulatory group....
L.A. NOWThe Riverside County Planning Commission on Wednesday tentatively voted down a massive rock quarry proposed near Temecula that was strongly opposed by the city and the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians....
GreenspacePresident Obama's speech Wednesday to England's Parliament was heavy on defense, foreign policy, trade and the common values that link Britain with her former colonies, but made scant mention of the global challenges presented by climate change. "No...
Julia "Judy" Bonds, a West Virginia environmental activist who garnered national attention for her homespun opposition to mountaintop removal coal mining, has died, the environmental group Coal River Mountain Watch said. She was 58 and had cancer. Bonds,...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesLos Angeles and this tiny Gold Rush town share the same "City of Angels" nickname, and the similarities don't end there. Just as Hollywood honors its celebrities with a star on the Walk of Fame, Angels Camp gives the same treatment to its best frog...
A place of sweeping beauty and cultural diversity, Arizona is a haven of enlightenment for artists and aficionados alike. Take a long weekend and see what inspires you. Scottsdale Visit Scottsdale for Old West charm and Native American craftsmanship....
GreenspaceShould the scorched forests around Lake Tahoe be logged and replanted, or should they be allowed to regenerate at nature's pace? That's the issue at the heart of a lawsuit filed recently in U.S. District Court in Sacramento by the......
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