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  • 'Altered Landscapes' at the Nevada Museum of Art

     
    "Altered Landscapes" book and exhibition at Nevada Museum of Art address how we mark, build and live upon the land....
  • TCA 2011: Could 'The Glee Project' be a farm team for 'Glee'?

     
    The cast and producer of 'The Glee Project' talk about the show and its future at the TV Critics press tour: could it be a farm team for 'Glee'?...
  • The light bulb test

     
    How many conservatives does it take to screw up a light bulb law that sets a higher bar for energy-efficient bulbs -- a law that was passed during Geroge W. Bush’s administration, no less? With any luck we won’t find......
  • Wall Street Roundup: Canary in the coal mine. Risky loans.

     
    Gold: Trading now at $1,544 per ounce, up 0.2% from Monday. Dow Jones industrial average: Trading now at 12173.25, up 0.8% from Monday. Canary in the coal mine. Jefferies, a Wall Street investment bank, kicked off the Wall Street earnings......
  • Bank emails, bogus lotteries: Your weekly ScamWatch

     
    Here is a roundup of alleged cons, frauds and schemes to watch out for. Bank emails -- A Los Angeles man who helped operate a massive scam that used bogus bank emails to obtain customer account numbers and other personal......
  • Solar panel rebate program to relaunch in L.A.

     
    The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, the nation's largest municipal utility, will hold public workshops this week in a move to relaunch its troubled solar panel incentive program. In April, the city shut down the program after it......
  • ISRAEL: A controversial shale project and energy security

     
    The suspension of Egyptian gas supply to Israel has lighted a fire under the feet of Israeli officials, businessmen and shareholders trying to assess how events in Egypt will affect Israel's energy economy. Initial assessments that it is in Egypt's......
  • Trial of eco-activist who punk'd BLM begins

     
    At the end of 2008, the incoming Obama administration called attempts to sell prime parcels of Bureau of Land Management land near Utah's national parks improper and told the Bush administration to stop. But the person who did the most......
  • Last coal plant in Pacific Northwest to shut down starting in 2020

     
    “This agreement is sending a message that states are getting serious about combating global warming pollution, and are taking steps to open up markets for home-grown clean energy,” said Bruce Nilles, Deputy Conservation Director with the...
  • Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell: 'The private sector is strengthened when the public sector is restrained'

     
    Republican Virginia governor cuts budget, invests in highways...
  • NASA launch failure is a blow to climate science

     
    The crash of a NASA rocket bearing a sophisticated observation satellite has dealt a major setback to scientific efforts aimed at understanding how humans are affecting Earth’s climate. A nine-story Taurus XL rocket carrying the agency’s Glory...