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  • The personal life of American astronauts in space: What's it really like?

     
    Did you know U.S. spacewalkers don't actually wear their spacesuits so much as they float inside them?...
  • Art review: Carol Selter at Charlie James Gallery

     
    Global degradation of the natural habitat is the pointed, timely subject of recent photographs and short videos by Bay Area artist Carol Selter, who holds an advanced degree in biological sciences as well as in art. Rather than traditional documentary.......
  • 'Men of a Certain Age' recap: We're done making bogeys

     
    By the end of the season finale of TNT's "Men of a Certain Age," Joe, Terry and Owen are walking down new paths. While all are on the right road, none took the route that a GPS would have suggested.......
  • Terrence Malick's 'Tree of Life': The classical music factor

     
    'The Tree of Life' soundtrack relies on classical masterpieces...
  • Conservation group asks White House to commit to national parks

     
    These parks are in jeopardy,” said Ron Tipton, NPCA senior vice president. “We are concerned about the condition of park resources, but we also believe there are solutions to all these challenges. We believe there is hope and opportunity.&#...
  • 2 teens hurt in beach tunnel collapse near Santa Cruz

     
    Two teenage boys were injured when a sand tunnel they were digging at Sunset State Beach in Santa Cruz County collapsed, officials said Monday. The 17-year-olds were on a camping trip with about 50 other people from the Creekside Community......
  • Sequoia hiker: "I didn't know if I was going to survive."

     
    Marcia Rasmussen, 51, was walking across a snow bridge spanning a small stream in Sequoia National Park last week when the hard-packed snow collapsed and she plunged four feet into the swift water. “There was no warning,” she said. “One....
  • Newhall Ranch developers must not harm California condors, feds say.

     
    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Tuesday said it would not tolerate the harm or killing of an endangered California condor during construction of a proposed Newhall Ranch community of 60,000 residents along the Santa Clara River. In a......
  • Greenpeace versus Mattel: A social media battle over rain forest [UPDATED]

     
    The battle between Mattel, the world’s biggest toy company, and Greenpeace, one of the world’s largest environmental groups, moved into a social media combat phase Wednesday as more than 180,000 people viewed a spoof video of Ken breaking up...
  • New Mexico abandons efforts to restore Mexican gray wolves

     
    New Mexico's Game Commission on Thursday night voted to stop assisting the federal effort to restore Mexican gray wolves in the Southwest, the latest step by new Republican Gov. Susana Martinez's administration to reverse her state's green course....
  • Costa Mesa police chief warns cutbacks would hurt city's 'community policing'

     
    Costa Mesa's police chief has expressed concerns about proposed cuts in his department. Twelve sworn police officer positions and one non-sworn position face elimination under a proposed Police Department restructuring plan released Friday. City Chief...