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  • Vanuatu islands: Get happy, get a little wild

    Vanuatu islands: Get happy, get a little wild
    My teenage daughter is standing in a lineup of tribesmen and she is angry with me. As I lift my camera, she says, "I look hideous," unaware of the irony of being surrounded by tribesmen wearing next to nothing. "Yu, pikinini blong Amerika (You, child...
  • Enjoying California's volcanic legacy

    Enjoying California's volcanic legacy
    The Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway yawns languidly for 500 miles from the southern reaches of California's Cascade Range to lower Oregon. The landscape is at once harsh and ridiculously beautiful, crafted by the alchemy of volcanic eruptions and the...
  • Failed presidential candidate Al Gore attacks winning candidate Obama over his environment policies

     
    One Democrat goes after another Democrat for lack of bold action on the environment....
  • Chile volcano keeps spewing ash, grounding flights across South America

     
    The Puyehue volcano on the border between Chile and Argentina continued to spew ash over the Andes and Patagonia regions of South America on Tuesday. The eruption is now entering its 11th day and shows no sign of stopping. Flights were grounded from...
  • PHOTOS: Puyehue Volcano

    PHOTOS: Puyehue Volcano
  • Chile's Atacama Desert: Otherworldly and timeless

    Chile's Atacama Desert: Otherworldly and timeless
    Only four people live in the village of Machuca, 13,000 feet up in the Chilean Andes, and all of them are related to Joel Colque. Colque, who grew up in this stone village that hugs the side of a volcano, is our guide for a daylong trek in the altiplano...
  • 3.6 magnitude earthquake hits near Oakland

     
    A magnitude 3.6 earthquake rumbled through San Francisco's East Bay region, 13 miles north of Oakland. The epicenter, 2 miles southeast of Hercules and 4 miles east of Pinole, was in a heavily populated area. Instantly, local residents began making......
  • Coachella 2011: Volcano risks low, but temps expected to hit triple digits

     
    Tickets and hotels may not be getting any cheaper, but here's one thing that hasn't changed about the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival: Bottled water has held steady at $2 since 1999. Why is this important? Because temperatures are......
  • Thursday's Highlights: 'The Mentalist' on CBS

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of April 3 - 9 in PDF format TV listings for the week of April 3 - 9 in PDF format (from latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv) Weekly TV Listings and more can be found......
  • 'Survivor' recap: Sense and sensibility

     
    Common sense hasn't looked all that common this season on "Survivor," but are some players beginning to see the light?...
  • Was Japan's volcano eruption linked to its earthquake?

    Was Japan's volcano eruption linked to its earthquake?
    The Shinmoedake volcano on Japan's southern island of Kyushu, 950 miles from the epicenter of last week's magnitude 9 earthquake, spewed ash and rocks up to 2.5 miles into the air March 13. The volcano had erupted Jan. 19 and several times afterward, most...