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  • Market Watch: Plum-cherry hybrids find a sweet spot

    Market Watch: Plum-cherry hybrids find a sweet spot
    HANFORD, Calif. — Combining the high sugar and flavor of cherries with the larger fruit size and extended season of plums has been a longstanding dream for fruit breeders, but such crosses are difficult to make successfully so that the hybrids yield...
  • Man found guilty in '03 Miracle Mile triple murder

     
    A man was found guilty of murder in the shooting deaths of a 2-year-old boy, his mother and the child’s nanny in a Miracle Mile apartment nine years ago....
  • Putin's support of Syrian oppression is in his Russian genes

    Putin's support of Syrian oppression is in his Russian genes
    During his presidency, George W. Bush said plenty of goofy things inadvertently, but the dumbest thing he ever said on purpose was his claim to have looked into the soul of Vladimir Putin. If he had truly gotten a glimpse into that dark, grim place, he...
  • Fashion News: Anne Hathaway, Adam Shulman turn out for Stella McCartney

     
    Anne Hathaway, Adam Shulman, Jim Carrey and Solange Knowles were among guests at Stella McCartney's carnival-themed fashion show for her resort 2013 collection. Spray tans may have health risks. Vogue is in the hot seat over a profile of Syria's first...
  • Market Watch: Kinnows make a sweet citrus juice

    Market Watch: Kinnows make a sweet citrus juice
    Amid the seasonal abundance of apricots, cherries, peaches and Boysenberries, it is hard to imagine that a citrus juice would become an object of craving, but few shoppers have any idea just how sweet and flavorful late-harvest Kinnow mandarins can be....
  • Phillip Tobias dies at 86; South African expert on early man

    Phillip Tobias dies at 86; South African expert on early man
    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — Phillip Tobias, a renowned South African paleoanthropologist and expert on early man and hominids, died Thursday. He was 86. Tobias died in a Johannesburg hospital after a long illness, according to South Africa's...
  • Renowned South African scientist Phillip Tobias dies at 86

     
    Phillip Tobias, renowned South African paleoanthropologist and expert on early man and hominids, died after a long illness....
  • Venus Transit begins at 3:06 p.m. PDT -- how to view it

     
    The long awaited Transit of Venus is here, beginning just after 3 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time and you don’t have special solar glasses to view the rare planetary alignment. What are you to do?...
  • Better hair with less care

    Better hair with less care
    We're putting more gels, dyes, herbs and general gunk in our hair than ever before. But, in fact, there's something beautiful about simplicity. "People say they have bad hair, and they need to do a lot to it," says Dr. Zoe Draelos, a consulting professor...
  • Edward O. Wilson tackles 'The Social Conquest of Earth'

    Edward O. Wilson tackles 'The Social Conquest of Earth'
    The Social Conquest of Earth Edward O. Wilson Liveright: 330 pp, $27.95 Edward O. Wilson is one of the great scientists of our time. The world's leading expert on ants and a consummate naturalist, he brilliantly compiles research data from a broad...
  • Mountain lion killed in Santa Monica was wild, not exotic pet

     
    The mountain lion that was shot and killed Tuesday in downtown Santa Monica was not one of the handful of animals that biologists have tracked in the Santa Monica Mountains....