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Thomas 'Tom' Steyer, founder of Farallon Capital Management LLC, speaks during a Bloomberg Television interview in Pescadero, California, U.S., on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013. Keystone XL will be a 'major driver' of oil sands expansion that significantly raises the risks of climate change, said Steyer, a former hedge fund manager who has spent some of his fortune fighting the pipeline. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Tom Steyer Claims to Have Registered 1 Million New Voters

Left-wing billionaire and environmental activist Tom Steyer announced on Monday — the last day to register to vote for the November 8 election — that his NextGen Climate Action Committee super PAC has registered 1 million voters, including 743,000 new voters in California and 294,000 in battleground states.

California Drought Lake McClure (Justin Sullivan / Getty)

Winter Forecast for SoCal: Drought

This week, the Long Beach, California-based National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) issued its winter climate predictions forecasting a dry, hot January, February and March for Southern California.

Joan McCarthy Lasonde (Twitter)

Joan Lasonde Demands Schakowsky Resign over James O’Keefe Videos

Republican Congressional candidate Joan McCarthy Lasonde, 50, is demanding that nine-term incumbent Jan Schakowsky (D-IL), 72, resign over videos released by James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas revealing that her husband, Robert Creamer, was at the center of a plot to incite violence at Donald Trump rallies, in a tactic known as “bird-dogging.”

Coronado Bridge (David McNew / Getty)

Four Dead After Truck Flies off Coronado Bridge

A pickup truck swerved and drove over the San Diego-Coronado Bridge on Saturday, plunged over 60 feet, and landed onto a crowd, crushing and immediately killing four people who were attending the annual La Raza motorcycle event at Chicano Park.

CA Highway 99 (Doug Kerr / Flickr / CC)

REPORT: America’s Deadliest Highway is CA Route 99

A newly-released report has pinpointed Highway 99, in California’s Central Valley, as the deadliest major highway in the country, after finding that the 400-mile stretch of road has been the site of at least 62 fatal accidents per 100 miles over a five-year span.