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  • CHICAGO, Feb 1- Oakland's Outer Harbor Terminal filed for Chapter 11 protection on Monday, two weeks after one of its biggest tenants said it was terminating a 50- year lease with the northern California port. Last month, Ports America, one of the largest marine cargo operators in the country, said it was shifting its business from the Oakland port to other cities...

  • The group, the Center for Biological Diversity, in a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, had challenged what it said was the U.S. Department of the Interior's practice of rubber-stamping fracking off California's coast without engaging the public or analyzing fracking's threats to ocean ecosystems, coastal communities and marine life.

  • Penthouse magazine

    The pornographic rival to Playboy is throwing in the towel on its print edition.

  • St. Louis Blues Vladimir Tarasenko celebrates after scoring against the Minnesota Wild.

    If the Rams and Chargers move to Los Angeles, other teams in St. Louis and San Diego could see a financial boost.

  • NFL's St Louis Rams approved to move to Los Angeles

    A new stadium will be built in southwest of downtown l.A. Costing nearly $2-billion

  • St. Louis Rams fans display a banner in the fourth quarter against the San Francisco 49ers at St. Louis' Edward Jones Dome on Nov. 1, 2015.

    The NFL's Chargers, Rams and Raiders are all looking to move to Los Angeles, but at least one of them likely won't make it there.

  • Some thing you can buy with your Powerball winnings

    Here are some thing you could buy if you win the $1.4B lottery.

  • Magnitude-4.5 earthquake shakes Los Angeles

    An earthquake occurred 85 miles east of Los Angeles on Wednesday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

  • 4.5 magnitude earthquake centered 85 miles east of Los Angeles near Banning, California.

    An earthquake occurred 85 miles east of Los Angeles on Wednesday morning.

  • A sign at Hamilton High School reading "School Closed" in Los Angeles, Dec. 15, 2015.

    Context is key when it comes to deciding whether a bomb threat like the one that shut down the Los Angeles school system is real — or a hoax.

  • A sign at Hamilton High School reading "School Closed" in Los Angeles, Dec. 15, 2015.

    The LA Unified School District said that schools will reopen Wednesday, having earlier ordered students to stay home Tuesday after a bomb threat.

  • LA Mayor: Our first job to ensure people are safe

    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti defends his city's decision to close all schools. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.

  • NYPD saw discrepancy as evidence of hoax

    WNBC-TV Jonathan Dienst reports on the nature of the electronic threat to Los Angeles schools, as well as New York City schools.

  • LA Mayor: I support decision to close schools

    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti addresses the closure of LA schools after a credible electronic threat, saying investigations can take days, but decisions need to be made in a matter of minutes.

  • LA Superintendent: I could not take the chance

    The Los Angeles Superintendent of Schools Ramon C. Cortines addresses the closure of schools in LA.

  • NYC Mayor: Important to not overreact

    LA schools are closed today after en electronic threat. CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports New York City officials received the same threat, but concluded it was a hoax.

  • Targeting credible threats

    Former CIA Officer Terrorism Expert Jack Rice, discusses the process for judging terror threats, as Los Angeles keeps its school district closed.

  • Wording of LA threat caused concern: NBC

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports which school districts are open near the Los Angeles School District. Also, NBC's Pete Williams is reporting the wording of the threat caused concern to Los Angeles officials.

  • LA schools closed due to 'abundance of caution'

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on high security at the Star Wars premiere Monday night, in Los Angeles, and provides an update on the Los Angeles schools closing for searches.

  • LA schools closed due to email threat

    The Los Angeles School District has decided to close schools until they are assured the schools are safe, reports CNBC's Sharon Epperson.