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Archive for February 16th, 2013
Geography is going to play a larger role in how much some Californians will pay for insurance under the federal health overhaul.
Nour Kelze, a 25-year-old resident of Aleppo, was a teacher. Then the war came to her city, and with it, a new career as a war photographer.
Pope Benedict's resignation kicks off a process to choose his successor. Some have put the odds on the next leader possibly coming from Africa, the fastest growing region for Catholicism in the world.
The baby dolls were born from racial segregation in New Orleans in 1912. A group of African-American prostitutes decided to express themselves through dance and costumes, challenging taboo by parading during Mardi Gras.
Former Orange County attorney Lonnie Kocontes was arrested Friday for allegedly strangling his ex-wife while the two were on vacation in Italy in 2006.
Hundreds of environmental activists will rally in downtown Los Angeles Sunday against the proposed Keystone pipeline to move heavy crude petroleum from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.
A bionic eye called the Argus II was approved this week by the FDA. The Second Sight Medical Products system could give people with retinitis pigmentosa, a rare, genetic eye disease, the ability to perceive shapes and movement.
A science institute in Northern California says it has received numerous reports of a bright streak of light over the San Francisco Bay area.