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L.A. at HomeUsing the Dyson Groom tool on my dog, Beaker, reminded me of going to the dentist for my first filling. I remember sitting in the waiting room. Though the drill I could hear was through a door and down the......
Top of the TicketGary Johnson, Rick Perry, Mitt Romney & Herman Cain: TV ratings and search graphs show what people watching the Fox News/Google GOP debate wanted to know....
Top of the TicketHerman Cain wins easily, but now what for front-runners Rick Perry and Mitt Romney?...
All The RageJewelry designer Brooke Gregson was raised in Los Angeles but has been living and working in London in recent years — and her eponymous jewelry collection combines style hallmarks from both cities. The fine jewelry line, which launched last week.......
There is so much love surrounding a wedding, it’s no wonder that many couples, recognizing just how blessed they are, look for ways to give back. Generosity is contagious, and incorporating charity into your special day has never been easier....
Opinion L.A.In his May 30 column, the New York Times’ David Brooks makes a suggestion to recent college grads: Change your self-interested state-of-mind before you enter the world and get sucked into a “decade of extreme openness” navigating “...
Show TrackerBefore Tuesday night, I'd never watched an episode of "America’s Got Talent." I have been a dedicated viewer of "So You Think You Can Dance" and "American Idol" for several seasons, though. And I learned something tonight -- that when......
A treasure trove of 4.4-million-year-old fossils from the Ethiopian desert is dramatically overturning widely held ideas about the early evolution of humans and how they came to walk upright, even as it paints a remarkably detailed picture of early life...
Only toward dawn did the sea begin to calm. I rose from my berth and glanced out the window. The setting moon cast a broad light on the rolling waters of the Bass Strait, and in the distance, the lights of Tasmania began to dot the darkness. We had...
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Is it a zoo or a museum? Yes to both. The San Diego Zoo and its Safari Park long ago shattered the mold for the cat-in-a-cage attraction. Now other visionary organizations are pushing the limits, putting nature on display more naturally, then adding a...
Tags: Tucson, History, Arts and Culture, Human Interest, Super Bowl
Some chimpanzees seem to grieve similarly to humans in the face of a fellow chimp's death, two new studies have found, appearing to comfort the dying, experience trauma after death and have trouble letting go. The research, published Monday in the...
The federal government and virtually all public health agencies oppose consumption of raw milk because it can carry dangerous bacteria such as E. coli 0157:H7, listeria and campylobacter. In March, 13 people in Michigan were sickened by campylobacter in...
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