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  • As water runs dry, Californians brace for a new way of life

    As water runs dry, Californians brace for a new way of life
    His lawn was thick, healthy and gorgeous, and Mike Duran was in love. "It was so green. It was so lush," he said. But the relationship had financial issues. Watering the grass cost about $1,200 every other month in this drought-stricken state. "The...
  • NoVa. Republican, former HP CEO Fiorina running for president

    NoVa. Republican, former HP CEO Fiorina running for president
    Former Hewlett-Packard Co. CEO Carly Fiorina said Monday she will seek to become the United States' first female president, joining a crowded field for the Republican presidential nomination. "Yes, I am running for president," Fiorina said on ABC's "Good...
  • Chipotle made the right call on GMO food

    To the editor: The attack on Chipotle for making a business decision to remove genetically modified components from food they serve is questionable. ("Chipotle's junk science on GMOs," op-ed, April 29) The article states, "Only about a third [of...
  • Gov. Brown strikes a blow for climate science

    Gov. Brown strikes a blow for climate science
    To the editor: The reverberating power of one single state finally doing the right thing to address the most critical and urgent threat to humanity cannot be underestimated. Gov. Jerry Brown has thrown down the gauntlet, challenging other politicians of...
  • Police praise, Medicaid and climate change: Letters

    Police praise, Medicaid and climate change: Letters
    Praise for police As I watched the sensationalized TV coverage of the hooliganism in Baltimore, I was struck by the courageous actions of the police. As they were bombarded by all manner of dangerous objects and confronted by a crowd obviously bent on...
  • Baseballs are flying out at Dodger Stadium

    Baseballs are flying out at Dodger Stadium
    Dodger Stadium has suddenly turned into Colorado's Coors Field, or so it seems. What has long been considered a pitcher-friendly ballpark, one credited for enhancing the earned-run averages of everyone from Sandy Koufax to Orel Hershiser, is already the...
  • California's greenhouse gas emission targets are getting tougher

    California's greenhouse gas emission targets are getting tougher
    Gov. Jerry Brown accelerated California's effort to slash greenhouse gas emissions Wednesday, burnishing the state's reputation as a pacesetter in the battle against climate change. In an executive order, Brown said the state must cut the pollutants...
  • Ignoring climate change doesn't make it disappear

    As the evidence of global warming grows stronger and the consequences more apparent, some politicians in Florida and Wisconsin are forbidding state employees from using the words "global warming" and "climate change." I guess they think that if they don't...
  • Study blames global warming for 75 percent of very hot days

    Study blames global warming for 75 percent of very hot days
    If you find yourself sweating out a day that is monstrously hot, chances are you can blame humanity. A new report links three out of four such days to man's effects on climate. And as climate change worsens around mid-century, that percentage of...
  • Letters: Global warming hoax; Stormwater fees

    Letters: Global warming hoax; Stormwater fees
    Global warming hoax Philip Favero's recent letter regarding so-called "global warming" (The Capital, April 17) asserts that "scientists are … in a near-unanimous consensus" that mankind's activity is endangering the planet. By his own statements,...
  • U.S. takes helm of Arctic Council, aims to focus on climate change

    U.S. takes helm of Arctic Council, aims to focus on climate change
    Secretary of State John F. Kerry took the helm of the Arctic Council on Friday on behalf of the United States, vowing to protect the delicate northern environment newly exposed by melting polar ice to the developed world's quest for energy and a swifter...