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  • Scores feared dead off Java as Australia laments rush of boats

     
    In the dwindling days before Australia reopens island detention camps for asylum seekers who try to reach its shores by sea, as many as 100 people are feared dead on yet another sunken boat off Indonesia. Australian officials have bemoaned a recent rush...
  • 2 arrested in severing of exotic bird's head at Vegas habitat

     
    Two men who told authorities they were law students at UC Berkeley apparently missed the class on felony law. Eric Cuellar and Justin Teixeira, both 24, were arrested last week after allegedly severing the head of a large exotic bird......
  • Agricultural Center in Hunt Valley fielding two family friendly events Aug. 10

    The Baltimore County Center for Maryland Agriculture is broadening its horizons when it hosts a pair of events, one old and one new, at its Shawan Road site Aug 10. Considering the array of interests — beef cattle, goats, worms, vegetable gardens,...
  • Global causes grow in Montreal garden

     Global causes grow in Montreal garden
    Whether you dig sculpture or horticulture, don't miss the botanical eye candy presented by Qatar Airways at the Montreal Botanical Garden until Sept. 29. Twenty countries, including the U.S., Canada, England, France and Uganda, have created 50 botanical...
  • Law students severed head of exotic bird, Las Vegas police say

     
    Las Vegas police are investigating a case involving two UC Berkeley law students accused of severing the head of a large exotic bird at the Flamingo Hotel’s Wildlife Habitat. Eric Cuellar and Justin Teixeira, both 24, were arrested last week.......
  • Nauru pushes higher fees for asylum seekers sent by Australia

     
    The tiny nation of Nauru is pushing Australia to pay roughly $1,000 monthly for every asylum seeker it sends to the Pacific island. Australian immigration officials say the hike in visa fees is under discussion with Nauru but said it was “...
  • Five Babies - In Five Minutes

    Five Babies - In Five Minutes
    DALLAS, Texas -- Their mother calls them "five tiny bundles of perfection." The quintuplets -- among the first set delivered nationally so far this year -- were in stable condition after being born Thursday to missionaries Carrie and Gavin Jones at the...
  • Guinea Jubilee art exhibit & reception this weekend

    Guinea Jubilee art exhibit & reception this weekend
    The Guinea Jubilee art exhibit entries will be available for public viewing Friday evening -- that's tonight! -- from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Bena Country Store. An artists reception will be held at the Bena Country Store on Saturday from 2 p.m. to 5 p....
  • 100 animals rescued in pet store fire; birds, guinea pigs die

    100 animals rescued in pet store fire; birds, guinea pigs die
    Los Angeles firefighters rescued more than 100 animals from an early morning pet store fire in East Hollywood on Monday but numerous others died. Among those saved were 25 puppies, some rabbits, mice, frogs and fish, said Los Angeles Fire Department...
  • 'Arrested Development' kicks critics in the teeth at its own peril

    'Arrested Development' kicks critics in the teeth at its own peril
    Television critics of the world unite: Let's start reviewing shows whenever the heck we get around to it. That's the model Netflix appears to be recommending with its decision to release 15 episodes of "Arrested Development" Sunday without making any...
  • God Squad: Miracles and science can coexist without contradiction

    Q: The Bible states that the Red Sea was parted by God and the Hebrews walked on dry land with a wall of water on each side. The History Channel claims this is a fantasy. In fact, they claim it wasn't even the Red Sea but the "Reed Sea," and it was...