The nation's second-largest transit agency wants to switch all 2,200 buses from natural gas to zero-emissions technology. That means kicking the internal combustion engine.
Four Republican senators say they will vote yes on a so-called "skinny repeal" bill only with the assurance that the bill will go to a House-Senate conference. The bill is not yet finalized.
California does little to ensure its schools follow federal rules requiring the serving of food produced in the U.S., according to an audit released Thursday.
The NBA's all-time leading scorer talks about the importance of STEM and his education foundation, and its support for a science camp for public school children in Los Angeles.
Our list this weekend includes a watermelon festival, a world-class surfing competition and a Japanese Obon celebration.
Researchers say the giant lake is still warming by half of a degree Fahrenheit each year, continuing a four-year trend driven by climate change.