If you don't see images in this message, click "Display Images" or the equivalent.Click here REMINDER: My [email protected] email address is still in DNS hell. [email protected] (where that other email usually goes anyway) is working just fine. E-443 SPORTS PAGE: Well, California's college football season has wrapped and we are all Bulldogs today. From the meaningless file, the Raiders were at the Bengals this morning and the Niners host Seattle (1:05 on FOX). The 11-2 Rams host the Eagles for the evening game (5:20 on NBC). Ugh, the Broncos are worse than the Browns. EAR TICKLER: On the Gimme Shelter podcast, CALmatters's Matt Levin and the LAT's Liam Dillon talk to Senator Scott Wiener about the renewed push for higher density housing near transit. On the return of Wiener's legislation, the senator from San Francisco says "To build three and a half million homes, which is our housing deficit, you’re never going to do that without zoning … [Read more...] about THE NOONER PREMIUM for 12-16-18
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SEPT. 5, 2018 Arizona Educators Were Shocked When Lawmakers Decimated Their Budgets. Then They Got Angry. The Education Issue Can Good Teaching Be Taught? Arizona Lawmakers Cut Education Budgets. Then Teachers Got Angry. What Teachers Are Doing to Pay Their Bills A Teacher Made a Hitler Joke in the Classroom. It Tore the School Apart. Teaching in the Age of School Shootings Arizona Lawmakers Cut Education Budgets. Then Teachers Got Angry. By DALE RUSSAKOFF SEPT. 5, 2018 Early on the morning of March 14, Kelly Berg went to her closet and picked out a bright red blouse. Until recently, she had rarely worn red, but she was heading to the Arizona State Capitol in Phoenix, and a red top would tell everyone exactly who she was: a teacher. Red shirts and blouses had emerged as the official uniform of teacher uprisings against low pay that were spreading from West Virginia to Oklahoma and Kentucky under the rallying cry “Red for … [Read more...] about Arizona Lawmakers Cut Education Budgets. Then Teachers Got Angry.
close Video What are key congressional races to watch in 2018? Directions for dozens of competitive congressional races have shifted. **Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.** On the roster: The GOP’s Pollyanna problem - Time Out: As president, he took a hard line against pork - Dems look to make gerrymandering a midterm issue - A national treasure? THE GOP’S POLLYANNA PROBLEMAs Cook Political Report’s Dave Wasserman recently pointed out, more than one out of every six Republican-controlled House districts doesn’t have an incumbent running this year. Having 43 incumbents not running is not just high, it’s historic – a record for at least the past century. We mention this just now because it is only belatedly dawning on some Republicans how dire the party’s chances in 2018 are looking – and how Americans living in climate-controlled information bubbles is … [Read more...] about The GOP’s Pollyanna problem
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By NATHANIEL RICH AUG. 1, 2018 We knew everything we needed to know, and nothing stood in our way. Nothing, that is, except ourselves. A tragedy in two acts. Losing Earth Prologue Part One Part Two Epilogue Thirty years ago, we had a chance to save the planet. The science of climate change was settled. Almost nothing stood in our way — except ourselves. We knew everything we needed to know, and nothing stood in our way. Nothing, that is, except ourselves. A tragedy in two acts. By Nathaniel Rich AUG. 1, 2018 Editor’s Note This narrative by Nathaniel Rich is a work of history, addressing the 10-year period from 1979 to 1989: the decisive decade when humankind first came to a broad understanding of the causes and dangers of climate change. Complementing the text is a series of aerial photographs and videos, all shot over the past year by George Steinmetz. With support from the Pulitzer Center, this two-part article is … [Read more...] about Losing Earth: The Decade We Almost Stopped Climate Change