Bullet train would nick jobs and homes from L.A. to Burbank

EMMA ISABELLA

The future California bullet train’s passage from Burbank to Los Angeles would stick to an present 14-mile rail corridor, cross 22 roadways, traverse the Los Angeles River, operate by way of dozens of companies and strike persons throughout economic and racial segments, a draft environmental research found. The Los Angeles […]

How Twitter made its own rules for Trump to break

EMMA ISABELLA

When Twitter slapped a warning label around President Trump’s tweet Thursday night about riots in Minnesota’s Twin Cities, the company’s official explanation was that the president had violated a rule prohibiting “glorification of violence.” But that justification does not reveal why Twitter chose to go away the tweet on the […]

Trump-California battle over car pollution heads to court

EMMA ISABELLA

California and almost two dozen other states on Wednesday submitted match in opposition to the Trump administration, arguing that its final decision to weaken fuel performance requirements for cars and trucks and vehicles places the public’s wellbeing at risk and is dependent on flawed science. The lawsuit is the newest […]

As California beaches shrink, seawalls become battleground

EMMA ISABELLA

California’s beaches might sense off-limits proper now, but the coronavirus has not stopped the sea from climbing. With each tide and storm, this gradual-moving catastrophe proceeds to creep closer to shore — toppling bluffs, eroding our beaches and threatening properties and major infrastructure. Also on the increase is a heated […]