Expanding clemency criteria, Napster politics, Signal Hill's 90th anniversary, Tuesday Reviewsday and more

Report Places Los Angeles At Top Of List For City With Worst Traffic And Smog
An Earth Day ad released by the Californians for Population Stability focuses on population growth through immigration as a leading cause for the overcrowding, water shortage and traffic in the state.
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It's time for another Tuesday Reviewsday. This week, Shirley Halperin from The Hollywood Reporter joins A Martinez to chat about three new albums.
Tuesday marks the 90-year-anniversary of Signal Hill, the 2.2 square-mile city tucked into L.A. County near Long Beach.
There's a unique food pantry in San Diego which caters to those who have to carefully monitor their diet. The California Report's Kenny Goldberg has more.
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Attorney General Eric Holder announced Monday that the Department of Justice will consider additional applications for clemency, which would primarily affect those convicted of nonviolent drug crimes.

Mexican border town hit hard as migration patterns shift

In recent decades, a flood of migrants passing through the Northern Mexican town of Altar has fueled the local economy, but migration patterns to the U.S. have shifted.
ICE Holds Immigrants At Adelanto Detention Facility

More immigration cases heading to court

Court-ordered deportations have actually dropped by 43 percent over the past five years. Coincidentally, new data from the Federal Government suggests the drop might, in part, be the result of more immigrants lawyering up.
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Napster founder Sean Parker keeps eye on politics

Napster founder Sean Parker left his mark on the tech industry. But he might have his eyes on politics. The former president of Facebook hired a political director and has been paying visits to big name politicians like New York City mayor Bill de Blasio.
Exterior Views Of The Supreme Court

A closer look at the technology behind Aereo

A closer look at Aereo's technology that could change the future of network television.
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Minorities exposed to more contaminated air than whites

Researchers there have found that minorities are 40 percent more likely to breathe in air contaminated with nitrogen dioxide. They're calling it the "pollution gap."
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A Chrome extension that will 'literally' change your life

A new computer program will help get rid of all of the "literallys" in your life. For more on this, we're joined by Alyssa Bereznak, columnist for Yahoo! Tech.
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Maintaining the levees in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta

Those who farm, fish or boat in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta rely on levees. They form rims around the dozens of islands in the Delta.

Apple's new desert data centers

Apple's had its fair share of environmental problems. Related to both its manufacturing practices and its data centers, they're trying to change that though. They've built a series of data centers out in the middle of the desert​​ with renewable energy.
Los Angeles State Historic Park Zanja Madre

Workers discover part of LA's historic water system

In 1781 early residents here built the Zanja Madre or Mother Ditch, which brought water from the Los Angeles River to the young pueblo.

Study shows ethanol is worse for the environment

A new study on biofuel made from corn residue has shown it to be worse for the environment than gasoline in the short-term.
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Douglas Coupland's latest endeavor: 'Worst. Person. Ever.'

Canadian writer Douglas Coupland made a name for himself back in 1991 with the international bestseller Generation X.
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