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  • Judge finds Riverside boy responsible for killing neo-Nazi father

     
    A Riverside County judge on Monday found a 12-year-old boy guilty of second-degree murder in the shooting and killing of his father, neo-Nazi activist Jeffrey Hall, as he slept on the family’s living room couch. He also was found guilty......
  • Taste buds and 'tude: The food and mood link

    Taste buds and 'tude: The food and mood link
    Research sheds light on how food affects mood and the flip side: how emotions impact taste. All day, food metaphors weave their way into our thoughts about others. Watching someone cut in line may leave a bad taste in your mouth. Your current love may be...
  • In Ireland, optimism is in the air

    In Ireland, optimism is in the air
    DUBLIN, Ireland — There are no people on Earth as romantic as the French. No one is punctual like the Swiss. The Germans have defined a sense of order. The Italians know how to eat. And no one, I mean no one, does misery like the Irish. Ireland's...
  • Poems said to be handwritten by F. Scott Fitzgerald to be auctioned

    Poems said to be handwritten by F. Scott Fitzgerald to be auctioned
    F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote a sweet poem for actress Helen Hayes' daughter, Mary McArthur. Then, six years later, he penned her another one on the reverse of the same page that's, well, a little unsettling. Would you write to a 7-year-old about the "thumb-...
  • In this assault case, the puzzle pieces don't fit

    In this assault case, the puzzle pieces don't fit
    Second of two parts | Read Part 1 In his single-bunk cell in the Ventura County Jail, on a concrete slab desk, Louis Gonzalez III found himself compulsively writing letters to his 5-year-old son. They were a chronicle of their truncated time together....
  • Irreconcilable differences at the end of the day: Men, women and housework

    Irreconcilable differences at the end of the day: Men, women and housework
    Men, it's your health and happiness or hers. Women, it's your health and happiness or his. At the end of the day, if there's housework to be done (and there's always housework to be done) and you’re both employed (as almost 52% of married couples...
  • Kadafi death: How to explain it to the kids

    Kadafi death: How to explain it to the kids
    The photo taken by a Libyan resistance fighter of what is purportedly a dead Moammar Kadafi is horrific: a bloodied face frozen in a grotesque death mask. And for several hours on Thursday, it aired steadily on television broadcasts as news...
  • For kids with OCD, adding therapy to drugs helps

    For kids with OCD, adding therapy to drugs helps
    Children plagued by the repetitive behaviors, irrational fears and intrusive thoughts of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder often get some relief from widely prescribed antidepressants. But when they also get a form of psychotherapy that teaches them different...
  • At Sundance, a science documentary revives language questions

    At Sundance, a science documentary revives language questions
    Among the offerings at this year's Sundance Film Festival is a documentary about a trailblazing chimpanzee named Nim Chimpsky who played a key role in the scientific debate over what it means to be human. The James Marsh film, "Project Nim," explores the...
  • Dutch scientist accused of falsifying data

    Dutch scientist accused of falsifying data
    Social psychologist Diederik Stapel made a name for himself by pushing his field into new territory. His research papers appeared to demonstrate that exposure to litter and graffiti makes people more likely to commit small crimes and that being in a messy...
  • Mexico teen prodigy is a psychologist at 17

     
    The director of child psychology at the Center for the Attention to Talent is a child himself: 17-year-old Andrew Almazan, a prodigy who was reading Shakespeare and Cervantes at age 6....