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  • Review: 'The East' a complex, provocative morality tale

    Review: 'The East' a complex, provocative morality tale
    "The East" is a provocative industrial espionage thriller that pits counterculture revolutionaries intent on exposing corporate villainy against the undercover intelligence specialists paid exceedingly well to keep their compromised clientele clean. By...
  • Consumer question: When is 'green' logging really green?

    Consumer question: When is 'green' logging really green?
    SEATTLE — The seal looked appealing, a daisy on a field of green, with the words “Tested Green.” It was issued to more than 120 products as a guarantee of environmental responsibility. The problem, federal trade regulators announced in...
  • Dick's Last Resort waiter launches unicycle trek on Sunday

    Dick's Last Resort waiter launches unicycle trek on Sunday
    Mount Vernon resident Cary Gray, a waiter at Dick’s Last Resort in the Power Plant, will start out Sunday on a year-long, 22,000-mile unicycle tour that will take him from Baltimore across the United States and down to South America. Dick's Last...
  • Pictures in the News | June 26, 2013

     
    Pictures in the News from around the world....
  • Lucy Lawless sentenced, and the warrior princess is thrilled

     
    Lucy Lawless has been arrested, tried, sentenced — and still claims victory. You could hardly expect the chakram-wielding veteran of ......
  • Pictures in the News | November 20, 2013

     
    Wednesday's Pictures in the News begins in the Southland, where members of the Service Employees International Union gather outside Our Lady of Angels Cathedral for a candlelight vigil in downtown Los Angeles. The county workers have been working...
  • Pictures in the News | Nov. 18, 2013

     
    Monday's Pictures in the News begins in Illinois, where a fast-moving storm system produced several tornadoes that touched down across the Midwest and left behind a path of destruction in 12 states. More photos Duarte, Calif.: Men pray during a church...
  • Coastal panel rejects Navy plan to increase underwater explosions

     
    The California Coastal Commission voted Friday to reject the Navy’s plan for increased use of sonar and underwater explosions as part of increased training and testing off the coast. The Navy requested that the commission find the plan consistent...
  • Red Cross aid hasn't reached Japan quake victims

    Red Cross aid hasn't reached Japan quake victims
    Japan's Red Cross has collected more than $1 billion in the first three weeks after the massive earthquake and tsunami but has yet to distribute any funds directly to victims, prompting Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano to urge Sunday that the process...
  • Japanese nuclear plant continues to leak radioactive water into ocean

    Japanese nuclear plant continues to leak radioactive water into ocean
    Radioactive water continued to seep into the sea Monday after a failed attempt to seal the leak at the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant using an absorbent polymer, sawdust and shredded paper. Tokyo Electric Power Co. officials think the leak has...
  • With no labeling, few realize they are eating genetically modified foods

    With no labeling, few realize they are eating genetically modified foods
    When a team of activists wearing white hazmat suits showed up at a Chicago grocery store to protest the sale of genetically modified foods, they picked an unlikely target: Whole Foods Market. Organic foods, by definition, can't knowingly contain...