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Archive for December 14th, 2013
After a gunman burst onto a Centennial, Colo., high school, the community is asking a familiar question: Why?
Officials are considering whether to provide students at UC Santa Barbara with an unlicensed vaccine to prevent further spread of a bacterial meningitis outbreak on campus.
A woman who was raped repeatedly by her father and later gave birth to three of his children was given a light sentence for burglary because of her horrific childhood.
California Treasurer Bill Lockyer warns that the state teacher retirement system is running out of money. Lockyer predicts the plan won't exist in 30 years unless it's fixed.
Now, as many doctors' salaries depend on how many procedures they perform, patients want to know whether their doctors are paid more to do more.
Administration officials are also split on the idea of granting the former contractor immunity in exchange for securing any unreleased classified material.
Mandela showed the way as African states began to democratize in the 1990s. Today, African countries are holding elections with greater regularity than ever before.
More than a hundred people turned out for the South Coast Air Quality Management District's hearing about the Vernon-based Exide battery recycling plant.
"Royals" singer Lorde caught a lot of online hate for her rumored boyfriend, James Lowe, but others saw an opportunity to attack racial biases.
UCLA and Occidental College joined a program to help students at a handful of out-of-state community colleges transfer to a four year institution — for a fee.
As with any other hobby, model railroading can become a little bit of an obsession. Modelers readily spend top dollar for detail and craftsmanship.