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Picking winners: National Democrats try to winnow the primary field, and not everyone is pleased

An exuberant, MIT-educated chemistry PhD, Janowicz, 34, gave up his tenured teaching position at Cal State-Fullerton the previous April to ... Later she survived two bouts of breast cancer and endured ... read more

Palos Verdes Weekend Guide: South Bay By Jackie

Four artists represent communities indigenous to California. Featured in the experience are an array of mediums including fashion, metalwork, photography, painting, basketry, and video. The artists re... read more

Saturn's shadow slices the rings

The ring particles are very bright and shiny. They reflect the sunlight, which then illuminates the northern hemisphere of Saturn. The southern half is still dark because the ice particles tend to ref... read more

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SPIE Photonics West 2012 Event News and Photos

As the final day ended, energy and optimism continued to run high in conference rooms and on the exhibit floor. With total registered ... It covers filing procedures and fees, prior art studies, and s... read more

K-pop dancer brings high-energy moves to Decatur Park District program

When she arrived here in May 2017 as a prosecutor for the Macon County State's Attorney's Office, she knew she just wanted to dance again and contacted Jagger-Taylor. After their meeting, Cho quickly ... read more

'John of God' faith healer 'kept teenagers as sex slaves and sold their babies for up to £40,000 before shipping them from Brazil to Europe'

A celebrity faith healer - John of God - sold babies for thousands as he impregnated teenage slaves he kept at his rural gem mines and farms in Brazil, an activist claims. Joao Teixeira de Faria, 77, ... read more

Atlanta Mayoral Race Shows What Happens When Progressives Don’t Compromise

In 1997, at the age of 17, I fled rural Kentucky like my life depended on it. When I arrived in Atlanta to attend Morehouse College, I never looked back. Atlanta embraced me. In two years, I was the y... read more

"Camino Real" a journey through the dark halls of Tennessee Williams' mind

Tennessee Williams, perhaps the greatest American playwright, created worlds that theater audiences have loved for decades. "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," "The Glass Menagerie," "Sweet Bird of Youth" and "A ... read more

Clinton's and Trump's Health: 5 Common Health Issues for People Their Age

Both candidates still fall into the "younger older adult" age group of 65 to 74, said Debra Rose, director of the Center for Successful Aging and a professor of kinesiology at California State Univers... read more

Community calendar: festivals, fairs and more

FRI-SUN Cure Card, all proceeds benefit Fred Hutch research on breast, cervical and ovarian cancer, use for 20 percent discount ... noon-midnight Saturday, Washington State Fair Events Center, 110 Nin... read more

Dr. Andrew Weil versus evidence-based medicine

Rather, it has to do with the increasing ability to analyze more than one aspect of a complex system at once. For example, in my field (cancer), thirty years ago it was only possible to analyze one ge... read more

Cannonball star blasts away from the scene of the crime

If that dot is the ejected neutron star, it’s screaming away from the explosion site at a mind-numbing 10 million kilometers per hour (6 million mph) — fast enough to cross the entire United State in ... read more

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