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California governor announces deal to cap rising rent prices

California governor announces deal to cap rising rent prices

KEY POINTS The proposal still needs to clear the state Legislature, which adjourns for the year in two weeks. The California Apartment Association said it will not oppose the bill. California Gov. Gavin Newsom reached a deal with apartment owners and developers Friday on legislation that would cap how rapidly rents can rise as the […]

Why California’s new solar mandate could cost new homeowners up to an extra $10,000

Why California’s new solar mandate could cost new homeowners up to an extra $10,000

Trent Gillies | @trentCNBC California became the first state in the nation to make solar mandatory for new houses. Beginning in 2020, newly constructed homes must have solar panels, which could be costly for homeowners. The state estimates that the cost will be offset by savings on utility bills. Yet the added costs could hit “the […]

Proposed California initiative to divert billions from state, kill bullet train faces uphill climb

Proposed California initiative to divert billions from state, kill bullet train faces uphill climb

By  Jeff Daniels @JEFFDANIELSCA KEY POINTS A proposed new initiative seeks to divert tens of billions of dollars from state coffers to local governments for highway construction and maintenance. The proposed initiative also would kill the state’s $77 billion high-speed rail project from San Francisco to Los Angeles. Unions, local government groups and others have vowed […]

Journalists Defend ‘Humanity’ Of MS-13 To Smear Trump

Journalists Defend ‘Humanity’ Of MS-13 To Smear Trump

By DEREK HUNTER, Contributor At a Wednesday White House meeting with law enforcement officials from California, President Donald Trump called members of the violent gang MS-13 “animals.” His comment, in the middle of a discussion of the gang, was taken out of context by liberal journalists and spun to be about all illegal aliens. Since […]

New York Times CEO: Print journalism has maybe another 10 years

New York Times CEO: Print journalism has maybe another 10 years

By Kellie Ell | @KellieAutumnEll The newspaper printing presses may have another decade of life in them, New York Times CEO Mark Thompson told CNBC on Monday. “I believe at least 10 years is what we can see in the U.S. for our print products,” Thompson said on “Power Lunch.” He said he’d like to have the print edition […]

The real loser of the debate: The “media”

The real loser of the debate: The “media”

By George Miller and Debra Tash The pundits will be telling you tonight and tomorrow and maybe all week and into next year, who won the latest Republican debate.  All we can tell is for sure – the mainstream media lost. The big debate news turned out to be not the candidates as much as […]

CNBC Unveils Qualified Candidates for Oct. 28 GOP Presidential Debate

CNBC Unveils Qualified Candidates for Oct. 28 GOP Presidential Debate

Ten candidates met the minimum polling requirement to appear on the debate’s main stage, and four more will face off in an earlier junior varsity debate. By Barry Donegan – Oct 22, 2015 CNBC announced on Wednesday that ten candidates have beaten the 2.5 percent minimum polling requirement in an average of specifically outlined national presidential preference polls, and […]

CNBC announces coverage plans for the Republican presidential debate for Wednesday 10-28-15

CNBC announces coverage plans for the Republican presidential debate for Wednesday 10-28-15

Debate Moderated by CNBC’s Carl Quintanilla, Becky Quick and John Harwood and Broadcast from the Coors Events Center at the University of Colorado Boulder  ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., October 22, 2015— CNBC, First in Business Worldwide, today announced coverage plans for “The Republican Presidential Debate: Your Money, Your Vote” on Wednesday, October 28.  Moderated by CNBC’s […]

Snow Job?

Snow Job?

By Phil Erwin With vast areas of the nation covered by an unusually thick and seriously early winter blanket of white stuff, one might reasonably ask a simple question: “What Global Warming?” That, of course, is precisely why the Anti-Oil crowd changed the named crisis from “Global Warming” to “Climate Change” – because worrying about […]