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  • Drought in California may hinder job growth for years, economists say

    Drought in California may hinder job growth for years, economists say
    The ongoing drought in California could dampen employment growth in coming years and have a ripple effect on several industries in the state, according to a UCLA report released Wednesday. Economists said in the quarterly forecast that arid conditions...
  • Military weather satellite set for launch from Vandenberg base

    For more than 15 years, a $518-million military weather satellite sat in a clean room at Lockheed Martin Corp.'s facility in Sunnyvale waiting for the day it would be launched into orbit from Vandenberg Air Force Base. On Thursday morning, the...
  • Senators accuse GM of coverup in delayed ignition-switch recall

    Senators accuse GM of coverup in delayed ignition-switch recall
    WASHINGTON -- Senators aggressively questioned General Motors Co. Chief Executive Mary Barra on Wednesday about the years of delays in recalling vehicles with faulty ignition switches, accusing the company of a coverup to hide the problem that caused at...
  • Chrysler llama a revisión casi 870.000 vehículos todoterreno por problemas en los frenos

    Chrysler Group dijo el miércoles que revisará casi 870.000 vehículos para reparar un defecto en los sistemas de frenos, luego de recibir reclamos sobre la excesiva firmeza del pedal para frenar. Chrysler, una unidad de Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, dijo...
  • Defending Civil War Fort Monroe with the massive Lincoln Gun

    Defending Civil War Fort Monroe with the massive Lincoln Gun
    Twenty-five days after the ironclad CSS Virginia inflicted the United States' worst naval defeat before Pearl Harbor, 10 thunderous cannon blasts sounded from the beach at Fort Monroe across the far reaches of Hampton Roads. Fired from the immense...
  • Exhibition Business Confronts a World of Change

    For the six major studios, the business of going global is anything but a foreign concept. International potential was the bright spot at CinemaCon in Las Vegas last week for studio executives and industry leaders, confronting flat admissions and...
  • It's GM today, but why do automakers keep building cars that kill us?

    Would you buy a car from General Motors? There was a time when the majority of Americans would’ve answered, unhesitatingly and resoundingly, yes. Today? Probably not so much. PHOTOS: From the Fed to GM, 5 top-tier women trying to fix man-...
  • GM, Christie travel path of no resistance

    Lawyering-up used to be a sign of guilt. Hiring lawyers to try to pre-empt a raft of independent investigations is a sign of futility. Last Thursday, we got the results of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's inquiry into himself; General Motors has just...
  • Police looking for alleged La Crescenta church burglar

    Police are looking for a man who may have burglarized a La Crescenta church, which has been a target for thieves in the past. The man entered the Central Christian Church in the 4400 block of Lowell Avenue at 2:11 p.m. on March 20 and unsuccessfully...
  • Rocket blasts off from Vandenberg, lifts military satellite into orbit

    Rocket blasts off from Vandenberg, lifts military satellite into orbit
    An 18-story rocket carrying a $518-million military weather satellite was launched into orbit from Vandenberg Air Force Base on Thursday, extending the life of a program that began in the early 1960s. The 7:46 a.m. PDT blastoff was the first of the year...
  • 'WrestleMania' Celebrates 30 Years as WWE Pins Down Big Deals, Bright Future

    The deafening roar from a record crowd of more than 93,000 packed inside Pontiac, Mich.'s, Silverdome when Hulk Hogan scoop-slammed the 520-pound Andre the Giant there in 1987 is still music to Vince McMahon's ears. Twenty-seven years after "WrestleMania...