Reporter, D.C. Bureau, LA Times
LA Times DC energy and enviro reporter, after NY, Moscow and briefly, Baghdad. Former WSJ and NYT reporter. Secretly love airports. Wish my desk were outside.
thinkprogress.org — A new U.S. Geological Survey study finds, "Warmer spring temperatures since 1980 are causing an estimated 20 percent loss of snow cover across the Rocky Mountains of western North America." The USGS explains, "The new study builds upon a previous USGS snowpack investigation which showed that, until the 1980s, the northern Rocky Mountains experienced large [...]
latimes.com — Despite an online petition that garnered over 200,000 signatures protesting the re-imagining of Pixar's "Brave" heroine Merida, Disney has no intention of abandoning its sexier version of the Scottish archer. The modified Merida was created specifically to welcome the character into the company's princess collection.
nytimes.com — BEIRUT, Lebanon - After dragging 46 bodies from the streets near his hometown on the Syrian coast, Omar lost count. For four days, he said, he could not eat, remembering the burned body of a baby just a few months old; a fetus ripped from a woman's belly; a friend lying dead, his dog still standing guard.
theatlantic.com — Alexis C. Madrigal Back in October, Alexis wrote a piece asking what rights do we have with regard to the air above our property. Walk onto someone's lawn and you're trespassing; fly over it in a helicopter and you're in the clear -- "the air is a public highway," the Supreme Court declared in 1946.
denverpost.com — WASHINGTON-Attorney General Eric Holder says he's ordered a Justice Department investigation into the Internal Revenue Service's targeting of conservative groups for extra tax scrutiny. He said the FBI was coordinating with the Department of Justice to see if any laws were broken.
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