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  • Voyager, the space triumph that nearly wasn't

     Voyager, the space triumph that nearly wasn't
    The Voyager 1 spacecraft is the first human-made object to venture into interstellar space. Even if defined only by distance, the NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory twin Voyagers are America's greatest space adventure. They've been flying successfully for...
  • reFramed: In conversation with photographer William Albert Allard

     
    William Albert Allard has contributed to National Geographic Society magazine stories and books as a photographer and writer since 1964. Considered one of color photography's most celebrated pioneers, Allard is a former contributor to Magnum Photos and...
  • New owner plans relaunch of LGBT magazine Frontiers

    New owner plans relaunch of LGBT magazine Frontiers
    Ten years ago, members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community browsed classified ads in niche publications to find the best places to mingle, drink and meet. Now the Internet offers quicker alternatives, and the LGBT community appears...
  • Nightclub video: Beating victim is seen pulling, hitting woman

    Nightclub video: Beating victim is seen pulling, hitting woman
    A video of a violent fight outside a Santa Ana nightclub shows Kim Pham throwing a punch and then piling on top of another woman, pulling and hitting her while the woman is on her back. The cellphone video was shown in court Tuesday during a preliminary...
  • Review: Canon PowerShot SX50 HS

     
    The most important feature is the small light form factor, this is going to be a camera I carry around when I am hiking and shooting nature photos and it must have an eye-level viewfinder....
  • China TV expose on sex workers sparks angry backlash

    China TV expose on sex workers sparks angry backlash
    BEIJING -- A salacious investigative report on state-run Chinese television, detailing widespread prostitution in the southern city of Dongguan, boomeranged on broadcaster CCTV on Monday as a vocal contingent of citizens rallied to the defense of the...
  • Melissa Etheridge, 'Glee' cast members perform for Family Equality

    Melissa Etheridge, 'Glee' cast members perform for Family Equality
    The event: On the London street at Universal City -- between the Strand Hotel, Mulligan’s Tavern and an iconic red phone booth -- servers passed pizza and spring rolls as actors from “Glee,” “Scandal,” “The Fosters&...
  • YouTube is a lifeline for transgender teens, twentysomethings

    YouTube is a lifeline for transgender teens, twentysomethings
    Behind the counter at Starbucks, Niko Walker wants to be seen as "just a guy." A guy who craves In-N-Out Burger and burns it off with P90X. A guy who looks like Jeremy Renner. A guy who dreams of making films. On YouTube, he bares his chest to show...
  • Santa Ana nightclub beating: Reward seeking four at large is doubled

    Santa Ana nightclub beating: Reward seeking four at large is doubled
    The Santa Ana City Council pledged to match a $5,000 reward from a business association for information leading to the arrest of additional suspects in the fatal beating of a 23-year-old nightclub patron. Downtown Inc. offered a $5,000 reward in the...
  • Got off with a warning citation

     
    Randy West, 11, of Westminster is unhappy after receiving a warning citation for riding his minibike in the vacant land between Huntington Beach Center and the San Diego Freeway....
  • Academy Awards 2014: Readying for red carpet is serious work

    Academy Awards 2014: Readying for red carpet is serious work
    For most Oscar viewers, the red carpet is little more than a fluffy delight — a few hours filled with insanely expensive dresses, over-caffeinated commentators and false modesty. But for Joe Lewis, whose job is to make sure the red carpet is ready...