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A.M. News: Obama/Osama, Biking in LA, LAX & More

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Oops! CNN puts "Where's Obama" where it should have been "Where's Osama." Wha? You don' know who Obama is? You Should.

Need inspiration to bike commute in Los Angeles? Meet Monica Howe.

"In an unusual match-up, Los Angeles City Councilman Tony Cardenas will face four challengers, including three candidates from the Van Nuys Neighborhood Council, in the March 6 election."

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"L-A-X hasn't had a major overhaul since the 1984 Summer Olympics and the Tom Bradley International Terminal was built." But WiFi is to come this year!

New York Times looks at Los Angeles and its "water sins."

Yesterday, California became "the first state to require cosmetics companies to disclose ingredients linked to cancer or birth defects." That plus new pet laws and an opera diva returns to East LA on The California Report (MP3 Audio).

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