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Nader assails Brown for not backing...

Nader assails Brown for not backing Prop. 46 to raise lawsuit caps

Nader assails Brown for not backing...

Nader assails Brown for not backing Prop. 46 to raise lawsuit caps

Concussions turn 15-year-old footba...

Concussions turn 15-year-old football player's dreams into 'nightmare'

Concussions turn 15-year-old footba...

Concussions turn 15-year-old football player's dreams into 'nightmare'

Concussions turn 15-year-old footba...

Concussions turn 15-year-old football player's dreams into 'nightmare'

Concussions turn 15-year-old footba...

Concussions turn 15-year-old football player's dreams into 'nightmare'

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L.A. is the top destination for job...

L.A. is the top destination for job seekers ? but should it be?

It may not feel like it to the unemployed ? 5.9 percent of the American workforce as of last month ? but there are more than 4 million job openings in the United States. They just might not be in job seekers' neighborhoods. The question then is, are applicants willing to relocate for work, and if so, where to? It turns out, not so much. In a bid to answer these questions, ZipRecruiter, an online job board that streamlines the hiring process, surveyed more than 3,000 job seekers and analyzed?
'John Wick' joins 'Payday 2' video-...

'John Wick' joins 'Payday 2' video-game gang

"John Wick" may seem like a video-game character ? a deadly assassin with an 8-bit personality. Well, now he is. In an innovative marketing move that demonstrates Lionsgate's bullishness on gaming, John Wick, played by Keanu Reeves in the movie, is now available as a playable character in the first-person shooter "Payday 2." Produced by Starbreeze Studios' Overkill Software for the 505 Games title, the exclusive downloadable "John Wick" content is available as a free download on the Steam social?
California loses billions of gallon...

California loses billions of gallons of water from underground pipes

It turns out that the 20 million gallons of drinking water that flooded up from Sunset Boulevard and devastated the UCLA campus this drought-stricken summer was just a drop in the bucket. State authorities estimate that California's water distribution systems lose up to 228 billion gallons of potable water annually from leakage or broken underground pipes, the Los Angeles Daily News reports. How much water is that? It's enough to supply the entire city of L.A. all year long and then some. "There?
UC considers limiting out-of-state ...

UC considers limiting out-of-state students

A backlash by California parents has the University of California reconsidering its recently discovered cash cow: out-of-state and out-of-country students. Five years ago, the UC campuses began to aggressively recruit students nationwide and from around the globe and, as the Los Angeles Times reports, those out-of-staters brought in an additional $400 million or so just last year. In 2009, a year into the recession, funding for higher education came to a standstill. A commission on the future of?
Up to Speed: The pesky budgetary it...

Up to Speed: The pesky budgetary item of 'Obamacare fines'

As companies nationwide begin to set up budgets for 2015, one line item seems to be a problem for some companies -- fines related to the Affordable Care Act. If you remember, companies that employ at least 100 people will start taking on fines in 2015. Now, it seems that companies are looking to insurance brokers-slash-law experts to find ways to avoid the fines and keep costs down. One popular option seems to be enrolling employees in Medicaid, and why not, since the federal and state governments?
All of a sudden, TV producers want ...

All of a sudden, TV producers want to make L.A. a star again

For the second quarter in a row, television production was up in Los Angeles. FilmL.A. revealed that location shoots leaped 31.1 percent compared to the same three-month period last year with 5,363 total permitted production days. Feature production was down a smidge, though, by 4.0 percent with 1,881 PPD. According to the nonprofit film office that issues filming permits, TV production was up in nearly every category. Dramas increased 43.2 percent to 1,408 PPD; reality shows 49.2 percent to 2,019?

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