Mark Zandi, The Washington Post Published 4:15 am PST, Thursday, January 3, 2019 SAN FRANCISCO, CA - APRIL 21: Pedestrians walk by an apartment for rent on April 21, 2015 in San Francisco, California. According to a report by Forbes magazine, San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose top the list of worst places in the nation for renters. Bay Area renters are faced with extremely low vacancy rates that have prompted high rents that average over $3,100 for a one bedroom in San Francisco. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) less SAN FRANCISCO, CA - APRIL 21: Pedestrians walk by an apartment for rent on April 21, 2015 in San Francisco, California. According to a report by Forbes magazine, San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose top the ... more Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Photo: Justin … [Read more...] about A national housing crisis is brewing. What actions can policymakers take to head it off?
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By Jon Wilner | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: December 6, 2018 at 10:16 am | UPDATED: December 7, 2018 at 5:16 am The night he learned of a bombshell Yahoo report that would jeopardize the integrity of Pac-12 football officiating, Larry Scott began a series of email exchanges with campus officials that reveal a conference in crisis mode and a commissioner attempting to defuse the greatest controversy of his tenure. The correspondences, obtained by the Hotline via public records request to a cross-section of universities, provide details on the flawed process that led to an untrained official influencing a replay decision. Additionally, the emails illuminate the internal reaction to the controversy, show a deep concern about the media narrative and shed light on Scott’s plans to gain control of the situation. “While this is the first time we have encountered this concern and criticism,” Scott wrote to the athletic directors the … [Read more...] about Pac-12 officiating controversy: Emails show a conference in crisis, reaction from commissioner Larry Scott, presidents and ADs
PUBLISHED: 08:25 30 September 2018 | UPDATED: 09:36 30 September 2018 Military jets at RAF Lakenheath. Picture: GREGG BROWN Some of the best American firepower will be on display at low altitude across the skies of Norfolk and Suffolk in the coming week as the US military conducts a “readiness exercise” to ensure it is ready in the event of an emergency. Military jets at RAF Lakenheath. Picture: GREGG BROWNRAF Lakenheath Tweeted that its 48th Fighter Wing would be carrying out “increased flying sorties” between Monday, October 1 and Wednesday, October 3 as part of training exercise to ensure its air and ground teams are a “ready and capable force”.That could mean some of the US military’s most hi-tech aircraft, including the F-15 fighter jet, flying at low levels across East Anglia and being more visible than usual.The best vantage points for plane spotters are likely to be in Norfolk and Suffolk, close to the airbase itself - although the … [Read more...] about When and where you can see RAF Lakenheath jets in action this October
By Landon Thomas Jr., New York Times Published 4:16 pm CDT, Thursday, August 16, 2018 Photo: ANDREW URWIN /NYT Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 The building site of the nearly $12 billion airport in Istanbul, June 29, 2018. Turkey has unique challenges, but other emerging markets where big borrowing fueled rapid growth and strong returns could feel the pinch of a stronger dollar. less The building site of the nearly $12 billion airport in Istanbul, June 29, 2018. Turkey has unique challenges, but other emerging markets where big borrowing fueled rapid growth and strong returns could feel the ... more Photo: ANDREW URWIN /NYT Why Turkey’s crisis feels familiar for emerging markets: It’s the debt 1 / 1 Back to Gallery For nearly 10 years now, the flood of cash from global central banks has … [Read more...] about Why Turkey’s crisis feels familiar for emerging markets: It’s the debt
Jonathan Oosting The Detroit News Published 7:26 p.m. UTC Jul 19, 2018 Lansing — "Management weaknesses" delayed federal intervention in the Flint water crisis after Michigan failed to enforce rules designed to prevent lead contamination and protect public health, according to the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Inspector General. The 69-page report released Thursday highlights known failures by both state and federal regulators that led to the Flint water contamination crisis, but it provides a new level of specificity and includes recommendations to improve oversight. “While Flint residents were being exposed to lead in drinking water, the federal response was delayed, in part, because the EPA did not establish clear roles and responsibilities, risk assessment procedures, effective communication and proactive oversight tools,” according to the report. The report cited management problems at the EPA and its Region 5 office in … [Read more...] about Inspector: EPA ‘management weakness’ prolonged Flint crisis