Charles Piller

Investigative Reporter, Los Angeles Times

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Investigative reporter for the Sacramento Bee; former investigative reporter for the Los Angeles Times

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Southern California has 91 of the 100 most heavily traveled bridges in the United States.  Of the top ten, almost all are on Interstate 10 in Los Angeles.

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Southern California has 91 of the 100 most heavily traveled bridges in the United States.  Of the top ten, almost all are on Interstate 10 in Los Angeles.

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T'is the season of charitable giving, but how well do charities use the money we give them? Americans will donate about $300 billion to charities this year.

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T'is the season of charitable giving, but how well do charities use the money we give them? Americans will donate about $300 billion to charities this year.

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T'is the season of charitable giving, but how well do charities use the money we give them? Americans will donate about $300 billion to charities this year.

What Happens to Our Charitable Contributions?

T'is the season of charitable giving, but how well do charities use the money we give them? Americans will donate about $300 billion to charities this year.

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