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There’s More Than Meets The Eye In California’s Water Usage Data

By Hector Becerra, Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES — When state regulators tried to tally water use across California in June, they didn’t exactly get a flood of cooperation. Of the 440 water agencies in the state, only 276 provided water consumption data. And officials in California’s second-largest city made a point of formally refusing […]

August 1, 2014

Weekend Reader: ‘Mothers Of Conservatism: Women And The Postwar Right’

Today the Weekend Reader brings you Mothers Of Conservatism: Women and the Postwar Right by Loyola University assistant professor of history, Michelle M. Nickerson. Nickerson unveils a unique history of the grassroots conservative political movement of the 1950s and 1960s. Historians often credit men with the success of the conservative uprising during the height of the John Birch […]

July 5, 2014

Southern California Fires: Arson And Bomb Investigators Probe Cause

By Veronica Rocha, Jill Cowan and Tony Perry, Los Angeles Times SAN DIEGO—Arson and bomb investigators were looking into what caused the devastating San Diego County wildfires, several of which burned close to roads, officials confirmed Thursday. Several people were interviewed at the scene of the Lakeside fire near Aurora Drive when it started just after […]

May 16, 2014