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  • U.S. Air Force to study drilling for oil off California coast

    U.S. Air Force to study drilling for oil off California coast
    The U.S. Air Force will consider leasing land on Vandenberg Air Force Base for private companies to extract offshore oil and gas from the central California coast, officials said Wednesday. The proposal would allow oil companies to use onshore equipment...
  • Law firm has come a long way since 1951

    NEWPORT BEACH — Sixty years ago, a lawyer could make his career off the railroads. These days, a more diverse portfolio is required. In 1951, Newport Beach law firm Cummins & White was formed to serve a then-booming business in railroad law with...
  • Exxon Reports $11 Billion in First Quarter Profits

    Exxon Reports $11 Billion in First Quarter Profits
    NEW YORK -- In an attempt to deflect rising anger among American drivers and political leaders, Exxon Mobil said Thursday that it makes relatively little money on gasoline, even as it reported a nearly $11 billion quarterly profit. "We understand that...
  • 7-Eleven to take over Tollway oasis stations

    7-Eleven stores will replace ExxonMobil outlets at the seven oases on the Illinois Tollway system, officials announced today. Dallas-based 7-Eleven Inc. will take over the remaining 17 years of the lease agreement between ExxonMobil Corp. and the...
  • Louisiana Braces As Flood Spillway Opens

    Louisiana Braces As Flood Spillway Opens
    Army engineers on Saturday opened a key spillway to allow the swollen Mississippi River to flood thousands of homes and crops but spare New Orleans and Louisiana's capital Baton Rouge. The Army Corps of Engineers opened one of the 125 floodgates at the...
  • Louisiana Bayou Towns Brace For Flooding Impact

    Louisiana Bayou Towns Brace For Flooding Impact
    A day after Army engineers opened a key spillway to relieve flooding along the Mississippi River, residents of small Louisiana towns braced on Sunday for a surge of water that could leave thousands of homes and farms under as much as 20 feet of water....
  • More for Your Money: Verify savings from hotels' gas, gift card offers

    More for Your Money: Verify savings from hotels' gas, gift card offers
    If your family budget is running on fumes, getting free fuel for the car is mighty appealing. But before you book your summer vacation hotel, check under the shiny hood of its offer to pay $10 or even $75 of your gas costs. Nothing is really free, and...
  • Exxon Mobil to get $255M from Venezuelan oil company

    Exxon Mobil to get $255M from Venezuelan oil company
    According to reports, Venezuela said Monday it will only pay Irving-based Exxon Mobil $255 million out of the more than $900 million that was originally awarded to the company. Exxon Mobil said it was looking for an agreement after President Hugo Chavez&...
  • Coal plants dominate list of Chicago's biggest polluters

    Coal plants dominate list of Chicago's biggest polluters
    Fed by a steady stream of coal barges, the aging power plants that loom over Chicago's Little Village and Pilsen neighborhoods are by far the city's largest industrial sources of climate change pollution. No other polluter comes close to the 4.2...
  • At $400 billion, Apple is worth more than Greece

    At $400 billion, Apple is worth more than Greece
    Apple's value on the stock market briefly rose to $400 billion on Thursday, a record high for what was already the world's most valuable technology company. The company's market cap slipped below the $400 billion mark by midday as Apple's stock fell back...
  • Contamination fight heats up

    Contamination fight heats up
    After sitting for a while on simmer, a legal battle between the Crescenta Valley Water District and a consortium of gas companies regarding contaminated groundwater is coming to a slow boil. The 2007 case has been meandering through the court system,...