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  • Private Pic Of Bieber, Gal Pal Gomez Leaked Online

    Private Pic Of Bieber, Gal Pal Gomez Leaked Online
    If all the photographs showing hot teen couple Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez getting hot and heavy while on vacation this past week weren't enough for heart-broken fans, then an intimate pic of the pair will most likely get the job done. An image leaked...
  • Green beer: Not just for St. Patty's Day

    Green beer: Not just for St. Patty's Day
    Over a plate of eggs from a free-range, hormone-free, vegetarian-fed, organic chicken, I pondered the carbon footprint of my beer consumption. I recycle bottles and cans, sure; but is that enough to offset all the water, energy and other resources that...
  • Why go electric? Nissan Leaf makes its case

    Why go electric? Nissan Leaf makes its case
    The Nissan Leaf isn't for everybody. I could say the same of any car I review, yet for some reason it seems necessary to remind consumers of this fact when detailing electric cars like the Leaf and Chevrolet Volt. Reactions to the nascent EV (electric...
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  • U.S. schools chief to push disclosure

    U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan will call for all states and school districts to make public whether their instructors are doing enough to raise students' test scores and to share other school-level information with parents, according to a text of...
  • 8.9-magnitude quake rocks Japan

    8.9-magnitude quake rocks Japan
    A magnitude 8.9 earthquake slammed Japan's northeastern coast Friday, unleashing a 13-foot tsunami that swept boats, cars, buildings and tons of debris miles inland. Fires triggered by the quake burned out of control up and down the coast. At least one...
  • Tsunami waves hitting Hawaii not unusually high

    Tsunami waves hitting Hawaii not unusually high
    Tsunami waves have reached Hawaii, but the first waves hitting the state are only about a foot higher than usual, according to officials and local news reports. Officials had ordered an evacuation of Hawaii's coastal areas after the devastating 8.9...
  • Tsunami mostly spares other nations around the Pacific Rim

    Strong aftershocks and a second sizable earthquake rattled Japan through the night after the island nation's worst quake in recorded history, but the tsunami waves that drowned hundreds in northeast Japan mostly spared other countries around the Pacific...
  • Small amounts of radiation headed for California, but no health risk seen

    Small amounts of radiation headed for California, but no health risk seen
    Small amounts of radioactive isotopes from the crippled Japanese nuclear power plant are being blown toward North America high in the atmosphere over the Pacific Ocean and will reach California as soon as Friday, according to experts. A network of...
  • President Obama: At odds with clear demographic trends toward multiracial pride

    President Obama: At odds with clear demographic trends toward multiracial pride
    It could have been a historic teaching moment. Instead, President Obama, the most famous mixed-race person in the world, checked off only one race — black — last year on his census form. And in so doing, he missed an opportunity to...
  • Onigiri shapes up as versatile finger food

    <i>Onigiri</i> shapes up as versatile finger food
    When I was growing up in Tokyo in the '60s, we had bento day at school once a week. This meant mother had to get up early and fix lunch for her five children. We were proud of her bento, which might include a little leftover meat, such as sukiyaki,...