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  • DWP cancels couple's $51,269.42 water bill, gives $85 credit

    DWP cancels couple's $51,269.42 water bill, gives $85 credit
    Oh, about that $51,000 water bill we sent you?
  • Steve Cauthen remembers the last Triple Crown

     Steve Cauthen remembers the last Triple Crown
    The best living symbol of horse racing's Holy Grail was on the phone this week, keeping the hope and vision alive. In 1978, Steve Cauthen was to the American sports scene what Jordan Spieth is now. He was a bright, new athletic face, destined for...

    Can the government reduce poverty while also slashing the budget?

    Can the government reduce poverty while also slashing the budget?
    An important but often neglected debate broke out in Washington last week: Which political party can do more for the nation's poor? The occasion was a conference at Georgetown University on how religious groups can alleviate poverty. It turned into an...

    Despite Amtrak crash, infrastructure spending remains low priority

    Despite Amtrak crash, infrastructure spending remains low priority
    Last week's horrific Amtrak crash outside Philadelphia has inspired much talk about the need to shore up America's crumbling public infrastructure. But the prospect of action on infrastructure hasn't even notched upward as the Amtrak toll reached...

    Airlines are looking for a big tax break in California

    Airlines are looking for a big tax break in California
    Here's something you may not know: The airliners that carry you into, out of, or within California are subject to state property tax from the moment they cross the state line until they leave. In 2014, commercial airlines, along with cargo companies...