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By Josh Haskell As Los Angeles prepares to host the 2028 Olympics, one of the major factors that will decide the success of the games is transportation. “The Olympic Games has made it very clear that there will be no-car...
By Shira Stein Applied Materials, the largest U.S. maker of semiconductor equipment, may scale back or cancel plans to open a $4 billion research and development facility in the heart of Silicon Valley because of a lack of government investment,...
Por Armando Hernández Los beneficiarios de Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia (DACA) viven momentos de incertidumbre tras informes de que muchos solicitantes de renovación de DACA han esperado más de cinco meses para que sus solicitudes sean...
By Tom Vacar California’s ports are receiving $1.2 billion to invest in newer, cleaner technology. That includes the Port of Oakland. A huge consortium of more than 200 private companies and government agencies, called ARCHES, convinced the federal government to...
By Staff Metro and elected officials on Wednesday celebrated nearly $900 million in federal funding for the Los Angeles region to support transportation and infrastructure projects ahead of the 2028 Summer Olympic Games. “On behalf of L.A. Metro, it is...
By David Shepardson and Alexandra Alper California Governor Gavin Newsom and Senator Alex Padilla, both Democrats, urged the Biden administration on Monday to reverse its decision to cancel a subsidy program for building and expanding semiconductor research and development facilities....
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