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World NowGlobal Focus: Fracking the World -- In less than a generation, the United States has soared to world leadership in extracting natural gas from shale formations by hydraulic fracturing. But as the world debates whether “fracking” is an economic...
L.A. NOWTo cheers and screams, the space shuttle Endeavour passed over Malibu and the Santa Monica Pier on Friday. Crowds lined the pier as well as points along the beach as the shuttle entered L.A. County. It's scheduled to head toward......
What would have been John Cage's 100th birthday on Wednesday is being celebrated around the globe throughout the year. Here's a selective listing:Full story | Timeline | Music | Inspiration | Critic's Notebook West Coast John Cage: Zen Ox-Herding...
Tags: Austria, Marcel Duchamp, John Cage, Museums, Entertainment
Universal Music Group has submitted a proposal to the European Commission to sell off major assets in exchange for regulatory approval for its proposed $1.9 billion acquisition of EMI Recorded Music, the company said. Because the deal would reduce the...
Los Angeles TimesDoctors' offices are full of brochures listing new nonsurgical procedures that promise to tighten skin, eliminate redness or brown spots and get rid of fat. Though the machines have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration, the clearances don't...
U.S. officials this week turned over a nearly 500-year-old Italian painting that had been stolen during World War II to the descendants of its Jewish owner. The painting, titled "Christ Carrying the Cross Dragged By A Rascal," was created by Italian...
If your destination is Bratislava, be prepared for a few questions: Is that in Eastern Europe? (No, it's in Central Europe.) Capital of Slovenia, right? (Uh, no.) Where is that? (The last question courtesy of a Customs employee at LAX.) Until recently,...
World NowIrish voters went to the polls in a referendum on a treaty aimed at controlling the runaway deficits of European Union countries....
World NowThe Roma, also known as Gypsies, continue to face hardship and discrimination in Europe, according to a report from European Union and United Nations agencies that underscores the ongoing marginalization of the minority group, which has faced forced...
World NowThe public in many European and Middle Eastern countries supports stronger economic sanctions and even military action against Iran to halt its nuclear ambitions, according to a poll of opinion in 21 countries released Friday by the Pew Research Center......
World NowAfter a flock of European presidents turned away to protest the alleged beating of imprisoned Yulia Tymoshenko, Ukraine called off a European summit scheduled for this weekend, an embarrassing step for a country still trying to court the European Union...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesIt's never been easier to feel like a natural woman. The 1960s mantra about getting ourselves back to the garden now applies to an increasing number of beauty products, with some small companies literally going to the garden and farm to bring customers...
Tags: Tom Cruise, Hong Kong, Japan, Dietary Supplements, Vitamin D
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