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  • Ravens can figure out who's the boss by watching unfamiliar birds

    Ravens can figure out who's the boss by watching unfamiliar birds
    Humans and other primates aren’t the only members of the animal kingdom who can watch total strangers interact and figure out who’s in charge. Ravens can do it too, according to a new study in the journal Nature Communications.
  • Olvera Street's 84th Blessing of the Animals takes place Saturday

    Olvera Street's 84th Blessing of the Animals takes place Saturday
    Hundreds of pet owners are expected to attend Saturday's 84th annual Blessing of the Animals in downtown Los Angeles. The event is "held in grateful recognition of the tremendous services given to the human race by the animal kingdom," church...

    Wayward sea lion pup, 'Hoppie,' found in Central Valley orchard

    Wayward sea lion pup, 'Hoppie,' found in Central Valley orchard
    A lost sea lion pup nicknamed Hoppie found at a Central Valley orchard about 100 miles from the ocean is recovering at a marine mammal center in Sausalito after its inland adventure. The confused animal was discovered last month at Mape's Ranch near...

    Sen. Lisa Murkowski: Alaska 'road to nowhere' is actually a lifesaver

    Sen. Lisa Murkowski: Alaska 'road to nowhere' is actually a lifesaver
    To a non-Alaskan unfamiliar with the harsh realities of living in remote corners of the nation's largest state, the proposed link of two small towns whose populations barely total 1,000 people may seem like a "road to nowhere." Unfortunately, former...

    Alaska's 'road to nowhere' is still a boondoggle

    Alaska's 'road to nowhere' is still a boondoggle
    It has been said that nothing dies harder than a bad idea. Nearly two decades ago, while I was serving as U.S. Secretary of the Interior, Alaska's Sens. Frank Murkowski and Ted Stevens wanted to build a 38-mile gravel road in their state, with 11...