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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCadillac unveiled a concept car this week that runs partially on hydrogen, adding to the ranks of futuristic vehicles powered by the universe's most common element. Yet even if you could drive it -- there's only one now -- you couldn't get from L.A. to...
UPDATE: Voters approve Proposition 8 banning same-sex marriages. With more than 95% of the vote counted, the measure leads 52.1% to 47.9%. A measure to once again ban gay marriage in California led Tuesday, throwing into doubt the unions of an estimated...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWith foreclosures rising and home prices diving, there is a bright spot in California's residential real estate market: Solar-powered homes are starting to outsell traditionally electrified new homes in several markets, and developers are stepping up...
A Bay Area officer of the scandal-clouded Service Employees International Union has collected double salaries, one as a city transit worker and the other from a charity that receives much of its funding from the labor organization and corporate interests,...
Times Staff WriterGo ahead. Leave a light on. The amount of money you'd save by turning off every 100-watt bulb the moment you left the room wouldn't even buy a cappuccino in these days of budding deregulation and rising energy prices. But if you're convinced you it's...
Times Staff WritersEver try selling black leather jackets in a blackout-blackened store? John Ma of USA Leathers doesn't recommend it. His mood Thursday morning? The color of his wares. Ever hawk Chinese soapstone carvings by flashlight? On Day 2 of California's rolling...
Times Staff WriterPacific Gas & Electric Co.'s hydroelectric system is built along 16 river basins that span nearly 500 miles from Eureka to Bakersfield. It can generate up to 3,896 megawatts, enough power to meet the needs of nearly 4 million homes. The company has...
Times Film CriticUnderqualified, underdressed and increasingly desperate, Erin Brockovich opens the film with her name on it pleading for a skilled job she can sense is not going to be hers. No, she says, she has no actual medical training, but she does have three kids....
Special to the TimesOscar smiles on heroes. Movies that have won the Academy Award as best picture have almost invariably emblazoned stirring, straightforward notions of heroism. From Fletcher Christian standing up to the tyranny of Captain Bligh in 1935's "Mutiny on the...
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