Earlier this week, Seoul asked the US to delay joint military exercises with Japan until after the Winter Olympics, ostensibly to avoid provoking North Korea ahead of the 2018 Winter Games. The timing of the request is suspicious - having...Show More Summary
New study of migration and incomes show price pressure creeping up San Francisco’s socio-economic ladder. Reporting about the rising real estate and housing costs in San Francisco and the Bay Area isn’t exactly breaking news. But a new...Show More Summary
Twitter's stock surged as much as 7.3% on Thursday after Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein tweeted a picture of himself at the company's headquarters. Goldman had reportedly advised Twitter in takeover discussions with Disney last year,...Show More Summary
"Recovery" is a funny word that seems to mean very different things to different people... Industrial Production rose just 0.2% in November (below the 0.3% rise expected) but October was revised higher from 0.9% to 1.2% amid storm reconstruction. And...Show More Summary
The team is working on creating a bioluminescent desk lamp powered by the plant’s metabolism Lighting accounts for roughly 20 percent of the world’s energy consumption, so why not make it greener? Literally. A team of MIT engineers have...Show More Summary
Here is what you need to know. The FCC repeals net neutrality. The Federal Communications Commission voted 3 to 2 in favor of repealing net neutrality, which paves the way for broadband providers to sell different tiers of internet service...Show More Summary
Let’s say, hypothetically, that you had the whole day free today, and you could just call up any friends you wanted and they’d come over – or you can stay alone if you prefer. What would you do today? Some people might list some sort of fun activity – maybe a solo activity, or maybe one with a group. Show More Summary
AIM is now away, permanently. AOL announced back in October that its beloved Instant Messenger service would be discontinued. Sadly, that day has arrived. AIM may be ded, but our memories will live on 4ever. All good things come to an end. Show More Summary
A disturbance in the force left dozens of "Star Wars" fans angry when anticipated film plays without sound at Burbank theater.
Authored by Nick Cunningham via OilPrice.com, For the second month in a row, the IEA has poured cold water onto the oil market, publishing an analysis that suggests 2018 could hold some bearish surprises for crude. The IEA’s December Oil Market Report dramatically revises up the expected growth of U.S. Show More Summary
Now look what the Los Angeles Philharmonic has done. It isn’t enough to be America’s most important orchestra, a progressive opera company, a leader in enlightened arts administration, a major festival maker, an unbelievably fertile factory for new music, an international trailblazer in community...
From the Fed: Industrial production and Capacity Utilization Industrial production moved up 0.2 percent in November after posting an upwardly revised increase of 1.2 percent in October. Manufacturing production also rose 0.2 percent in November, its third consecutive monthly gain. Show More Summary
I’ve been driving trucks lately. All kinds of trucks. Some work trucks. Some play trucks. Some best for long-haul driving. Some best for off-road. But they were all huge. From the Ford F-150 to the Ram 1500 to the Nissan Titan, the 2017 pickups are massive. Climbing into the driver’s seat requires...
The protesters arrived two by two, wearing black suits and face masks that bore the face of the museum’s curator of 20th century art. It was the summer of 1981 and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art was celebrating a trio of exhibitions marking the city’s bicentennial with a Champagne reception...
This was a year that saw building booms continue in several American cities, including Los Angeles and Seattle, along with backlashes against those booms from homeowner groups and others. It was marked by a return to basic, even stoic architecture after a couple decades of flamboyant form-making....