Russ Britt

LA Bureau Chief for Marketwatch.com

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LA Bureau Chief for Marketwatch.com, published by Dow Jones 

 

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Since the 1969 oil spill, Santa Barbara has not been the place where political candidates talk about increased drilling offshore.

Presidential Race Makes a Stop in California

Since the 1969 oil spill, Santa Barbara has not been the place where political candidates talk about increased drilling offshore.

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The broken oil pipeline off the coast of Huntington Beach is an environmental catastrophe that has killed fish, contaminated wetlands, and left nearby birds covered in oil.

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Andrew Cockburn brilliantly documents the motivations behind the U.S. military’s war lust in his new book, “Spoils of War.”

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One of the newest MacArthur “Geniuses” is Jacqueline Stewart , who uncovers and preserves the lost contributions of Black filmmakers, and aims to make history more inclusive.

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Western wildfires pose a much broader threat to human health than to just those forced to evacuate the path of the blazes.

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Columnist Joe Mathews says two 1848 events — California’s Gold Rush and the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo — re-founded the United States with different peoples, borders, and aspirations.

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“[Last year] wasn't a one-two punch show, more just COVID. ... Our kids were at home or remote learning or hybrid [learning].

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NPR’s California Newsroom partnered with Stanford University’s Environmental Change and Human Outcomes Lab to map the increasing prevalence of wildfire smoke across the United States.

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Ken White and Josh Barro discuss Trump’s suit against Twitter, what makes a state actor, if sending cease and desist letters is doing the RICO, and more.

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