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Miles of Malibu roads and hiking trails are still closed. Even though the skies are blue now, there's still rocks and dirt coming loose and spilling into paths.
The Russian woman apparently was part of an effort to build clandestine ties between Moscow and important parts of the conservative establishment.
The class actions represent more than 1,000 migrants detained by the government on islands belonging to other countries, under contract with Australia.
Roger, who lived at The Kangaroo Sanctuary in Alice Springs, Australia, was an orphan who grew up to be an impressively ripped alpha male. Photos of his physique were popular online.
The U.S. hosted an event on coal and refused to endorse the findings of a dire climate science report. And yet, in official negotiations, the U.S. is working out how to implement the Paris agreement.
Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr, the first female mayor in Freetown in years, is trying to clean up the perpetual mess caused by rain and garbage — a first step in her plan to revive the beleaguered city.
Housing costs and trouble enrolling in classes force some community college students to take a lot longer to finish their studies. A new bill seeks to help.
An "army" of enthusiastic campaigners, willing and wealthy donors, a slow tide of demographic transformation and a loathing for President Trump. All were factors.
County leaders met with stakeholders to discuss specific steps to reduce the county's high black infant mortality rates, with an emphasis on racial discrimination.
Tighter regulations on oyster harvesting have helped reduce the number of people affected by the deadly bacteria Vibrio vulnificus, but warming waters have allowed the bacteria to expand and thrive.
The bullet that killed Ventura County sheriff's Sgt. Ron Helus was fired by a California Highway Patrol officer who responded with him.
The case means women can continue to use Medicaid money to pay for non-abortion, pregnancy-related health care services at Planned Parenthood. Two states tried to block that.
Ghosn was arrested last month — and ousted as chairman of Nissan — after he was accused of concealing income from the Japanese government.
The pact, set to be approved this week, is meant to help the European Union navigate its most politically sensitive issue. The pact is non-binding, but several countries have pulled support.
Why develop an exercise habit now? Because 75-year-olds who've been doing it for decades may have the cardiovascular systems of people in their 40s and the muscles of 20-somethings, researchers found.
'You should be ashamed of yourself': Mayor Garcetti forced to stop speech after protesters shout him downhttp://www.scpr.org/archive | | December 10 2018, 6:15 PM
The protesters sang songs and stood up to speak about issues ranging from gentrification to the Skid Row neighborhood council.
Monikers like the "Blue Line" or the "Red Line" will be replaced with letters instead.
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The Loh Down On Science
The City of Los Angeles has been trying to enact rules to regulate the home vacation rental market for many years.
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday postponed Parliament's vote on her Brexit divorce deal with the European Union, acknowledging that lawmakers would have rejected it by a "significant margin."
A retired vet in Austin, TX is walking by a house, sees what he believes to be a guy dangling from the roof, tries to go over and help.
Week in politics: New Mueller probe info continues to trickle out, what John Kelly’s departure means for the West Wing and more| December 10 2018, 9:32 AM
AirTalk’s weekly political roundtable looks at the headlines you might have missed this weekend, plus the stories to keep an eye on in the week to come.
Finding time for spiritual solace or faithful communion often requires a type of physical refuge, and architecture can be the key to transporting us to an other-worldly place.