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  • Art review: 'David Smith: Cubes and Anarchy' at Los Angeles County Museum of Art

     
    Christopher Knight reviews "David Smith: Cubes and Anarchy," a retrospective of the 20th century American sculptor at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art....
  • Silicon Valley start-up looking to mine the moon

     
    MoonEx, a Silicon Valley start-up, looking to mine the moon....
  • Government debt fears drive more investors into gold and silver

     
    Gold and silver marched to new highs Monday, benefiting from Standard & Poor’s warning about America’s credit rating and from more turmoil in Europe’s government-debt markets. April gold futures in New York rose $7 to $1,492.30 an ounce,...
  • Dollar keeps sinking while gold tops $1,500

     
    The dollar is getting trashed again, driving a key index of the U.S. currency’s value to its lowest level in more than two years. And as the greenback slumps further, gold and silver -- the hard-money alternatives to paper currencies......
  • Silver rallies closer to $50, gold gains as buyers keep coming

     
    The price of silver made a run for the $50 mark on Monday, the previous nominal peak reached 31 years ago, as the wild bull market in precious metals rolls on. April silver futures in New York traded as high......
  • Dollar sinks, gold hits new high after Bernanke speaks

     
    The dollar sank further Wednesday and gold and silver prices surged as Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke signaled the Fed was in no hurry to tighten credit. The DXY index of the dollar’s value against six other major currencies......
  • Silver tumbles in Asian trading after six-week surge

     
    The silver market's infamous volatility was on display in early Asian trading Monday, as futures prices plunged more than 13% as markets opened. Near-term futures on the electronic Globex market sank as low as $42.20 an ounce, down $6.38, or......
  • General Mills, Procter & Gamble pressured to trim packaging [Updated]

     
    The average American generates about five pounds of trash per day, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Now a San Francisco-based nonprofit is asking some of the manufacturers who produce it to accept more responsibility for recycling...
  • Safe in the sun: Non-chemical sunscreens hit the beach

     
    I'm as pale as pale gets, but I loathe wearing sunscreen. Often sticky, always heavy, and sometimes even flaky (ew!), sunblocks with high SPFs make me feel like jumping in the shower all over again. Which is why, in my......
  • Rammstein is ready to heat up

     
    The German heavy metal group’s songs are in its native tongue. But its thundering riffs and heavy pyrotechnics have the act translating quite well to U.S. audiences. In the pantheon of heavy metal, the members of German sextet Rammstein are......
  • Florida precious metals telemarketer shut down for allegedly defrauding senior citizens

     
    The dramatic rise in the value of precious metals was a golden opportunity for a Florida telemarketing firm to allegedly scam senior citizens and other consumers out of more than $37 million, the Federal Trade Commission said. A federal judge......