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Berkeley landscape architect Peter Walker has designed bigger projects than the 9/11 memorial in New York, but probably none has carried more weight. The opening of the eight-acre plaza Sunday marks 10 years since the terrorist attacks, and almost as many...
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Rick Santorum launched his White House bid from ancestral turf Monday, imploring an enthusiastic crowd of several hundred to join his fight. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD An earlier version of this online article described Ron Paul as a former Texas...
The Rev. Fred L. Shuttlesworth, a blunt-talking preacher who braved beatings, bombings and fire-hosings to push Birmingham, Ala., to the forefront of the civil rights movement and advanced the historic fight with a confrontational strategy that often...
Michael Cacoyannis Filmmaker directed 'Zorba the Greek' Michael Cacoyannis, 89, the Cyprus-born filmmaker and screenwriter who directed the 1964 film classic "Zorba the Greek," starring Anthony Quinn, died Monday at an Athens hospital of complications...
Reporting from Paris -- Rudolf Brazda, one of the last known survivors of Nazi Germany's persecution of gays who later called his three years in a concentration camp a descent into hell, has died. He was 98. A German gay rights group said Brazda died...
Tags: Adolf Hitler, Civil Rights, France, Gays and Lesbians, Prisons
GreenspaceIt's official: Carl Pope announced Friday that he is stepping down from his position as chairman of the Sierra Club to devote most of his time to working with environmental organizations, corporations and organized labor in the "green economy." Pope,........
World NowOperators of a proposed gold and copper mine in northern Peru suspended the project Tuesday night at the government's request after six days of protests that grew increasingly violent...
TechnologyGoogle scientist's book raises real, fictional privacy concerns...
Nation NowJoplin tornado: The tornado that struck Joplin, Mo., in May appears to have stirred up lead that now contaminates many sites; Joplin is, after all, an old lead-mining town....
GreenspaceThe Obama administration moved closer to adopting a 20-year ban on new mining claims on 1 million acres of land around the Grand Canyon by issuing the final environmental impact statement analyzing potential consequences of the prohibition. The ban would....
World NowHuman Rights Watch report: Chinese-run copper mining companies in Zambia routinely violate labor laws and regulations intended to protect workers’ safety and their right to organize, according to a report released Nov. 3, 2011 by Human Rights Watch....
World NowNew Zealand Mine Disaster: charges filed in explosion that killed 29 miners....
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