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  • Sexting, digital harassment down among young people, survey says

    Sexting, digital harassment down among young people, survey says
    Stop the presses: There’s some good news about teens and sexting. Fewer teens and young adults have received sexual messages or other forms of “sexting” than a few years ago, according to a new survey of nearly 1,300 people ages 14...
  • Ruling for Kennedy nephew Michael Skakel turned on lawyer's performance

    Ruling for Kennedy nephew Michael Skakel turned on lawyer's performance
    In the world of criminals and the law, it is every felon’s last plea: It’s not my fault that I’m in jail, my lawyer messed up. Sometimes, the courts even agree. In Connecticut, a judge ruled in a famous murder case that celebrity...
  • Obama appoints Brown, Garcetti to climate-change task force

    Obama appoints Brown, Garcetti to climate-change task force
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Gov. Jerry Brown are among the state and local leaders named to a national task force that will recommend steps the federal government can take to help communities cope with climate change. President Obama established...
  • California must adopt aggressive climate-change policies, report says

    California must adopt aggressive climate-change policies, report says
    California will fall short of its goal to slash greenhouse gas emissions by midcentury unless it adopts aggressive policies to fight climate change, a new report says. The state is still on track to cut emissions of carbon dioxide and other heat-...
  • Five questions to ponder on the anniversary of Superstorm Sandy

    Five questions to ponder on the anniversary of Superstorm Sandy
    A year ago, Superstorm Sandy rushed ashore in New Jersey and created a path of destruction. As the nation remembers the first anniversary of the deadliest and most costly storm of the 2012 season, here are five questions worth pondering: 1.    Was Sandy...
  • Gov. Jerry Brown signs clean energy pact with two states, Canadian province

    Gov. Jerry Brown signs clean energy pact with two states, Canadian province
    SAN FRANCISCO — Gov. Jerry Brown signed a new pact Monday to formally align California's clean energy policies with those of Oregon, Washington state and British Columbia. The agreement commits all four governments to work toward ways to put a...
  • A black box in your car? Some see a source of tax revenue

    A black box in your car? Some see a source of tax revenue
    WASHINGTON — As America's road planners struggle to find the cash to mend a crumbling highway system, many are beginning to see a solution in a little black box that fits neatly by the dashboard of your car. The devices, which track every mile a...
  • Woman shot on Capitol Hill thought Obama had her under surveillance

    Woman shot on Capitol Hill thought Obama had her under surveillance
    WASHINGTON — The woman shot to death this month after Washington police chased her car from the White House to Capitol Hill twice told authorities in Connecticut that President Obama had her home under “electronic surveillance,”...
  • City Council's vote to appeal ride-sharing regulations falls short

    City Council's vote to appeal ride-sharing regulations falls short
    A sharply divided Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday failed to muster the votes needed to file an appeal challenging California’s rules for ride-sharing services, capping months of debate about the city’s role in regulating the new taxi...
  • Electric to the Rescue

    Electric to the Rescue
    Spurred by escalating government demands, high fuel prices and greenhouse gas emissions standards, automakers are rolling out a whole new crop of electric vehicles that are affordable to buy or lease and cheap to run. Among the EVs are the $27,000 Smart...
  • Climate change will affect almost every corner of ocean, study says

    Climate change will affect almost every corner of ocean, study says
    Seawater is heating up and becoming more acidic, but those are only the first in a cascade of changes the world’s oceans are expected to go through by the end of the century as they respond to greenhouse gas emissions, a new study says. "The...