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UCLA apparel sponsor Adidas, a Los Angeles basketball trainer, a New York financial advisor and a 34-year-old financial planner all contributed funds to basketball standout Shabazz Muhammad and his summer league team as the talented player wound his way...
Opinion L.A.What if Alzheimer's isn't curable? What if scientists are wasting their time trying to discover the root of the problem, rather than developing ways to treat patients so that they might live with the disease with some dignity? The December......
The Fabulous ForumWhile 19th-seeded Mardy Fish posted an effective and efficient second-round U.S. Open win over Pablo Cuevas of Uruguay and second-seeded Roger Federer won so easily in his second-round match over Andreas Beck, 6-3, 6-4, 6-3, that he said, "I've been......
GreenspaceThe volume of fresh water pouring from the worldâs rivers has risen rapidly since 1994, in what researchers say is further evidence of global warming. The study, led by a team at UC Irvine, is the first to estimate global......
Top of the TicketRick Scott vs Alex Sink in Florida governor's debate on CNN. Full transcript....
Booster ShotsPoor cellphones. They get blamed for causing brain tumors, reducing bone density, prompting headaches and dizziness, and more. Though most rigorous research has exonerated the phones (not to mention the laws of physics), many people remain unconvinced....
Money & CompanyHere's your think-hard Thursday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --We're shopping again. That's the undeniable fact from the holiday season, which saw modest gains in retail sales, according to industry groups. The better-than-expected...
GreenspaceAs the powerful Loop Current, a surge of warm water that circulates in the eastern Gulf of Mexico, moved north within 30 miles of the spill, scientists predicted that it would catch the the oil and sweep it around the......
GreenspaceThe giant oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is brushing against the edges of the Loop Current, a swift oceanic stream that could take it to the southeast Florida coast. The Coast Guard and a shipload of scientists who......
GreenspaceFlorida scientists just back from a research voyage in the Gulf of Mexico on Friday reported finding a layer of dissolved hydrocarbons that was at least 20 miles long, apparently confirming the âoil plumeâ discovered by another research vessel a......
GreenspaceScientists with the University of South Florida say laboratory tests have confirmed that oil spewing from the blown-out well in the Gulf of Mexico has accumulated in at least two extensive plumes deep underwater. The researchers said in Baton Rouge,......
GreenspaceScientists on a federal research vessel said Tuesday morning that they have confirmed a sub-sea concentration of hydrocarbons near the Deepwater Horizon leak site. The preliminary findings suggest that the undersea oil appears and disappears in a series...
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