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To curb bear population, Florida reinstates hunting...03/01/15
In the past decade, the number of bear-related calls Florida wildlife officials have received has increased by 400 percent. To stop the rise in bear population, officials have agreed to start hunting.
Diversity sells — But Hollywood remains overwhelmingly white, male
Women and minorities continue to be under-represented on TV and in film, both behind and in front of the camera, according to a new study — even though diverse films and shows make more money.
One man's race to outrun Alzheimer's
Cape Cod journalist Greg O'Brien has always found solace in running, and a diagnosis of Alzheimer's hasn't stopped him. But making it work — for himself and his family — isn't always easy.
King of sea lions spotted in Southern California waters
You probably won't mistake the Steller sea lion. It's enormous — up to three times the size of the common California sea lion.
'The Lego Movie' directors partner with Will Forte to make the...
Phil Lord and Chris Miller have parlayed their feature film success into an offbeat TV comedy for Fox, with the former SNL cast member as "The Last Man on Earth."
Leonard Nimoy leaves behind legacy of arts patronage
Famed actor Leonard Nimoy, who played Spock on the landmark TV series “Star Trek," died today at the age of 83.
Punk legend Mike Watt on the Minutemen's early days in San Pedro
When the Mount Rushmore of California Punk is built, there will be debates over who to include, but at least one name is for sure: Mike Watt.
'Blurred Lines' trial: Robin Thicke sings part of his defense in court
Thicke, Pharrell Williams and the rapper T.I. have been sued by Marvin Gaye's children for allegedly violating the copyright of the late singer's "Got to Give It Up."
Pew study finds harassment of Jews in Europe is up
A new report from the Pew Research Center shows harassment of Jews in Europe is at a seven-year high, while overall religious hostilities around the globe have declined slightly.
Department of Homeland Security funding battle
A new short term plan to avert a partial Department of Homeland Security shutdown has come into play, as as the agency's budget has become a pawn in a battle over immigration.
'Star Trek' producer remembers Leonard Nimoy as 'a real artist'
Brannon Braga, who served as executive producer on 'Star Trek: The Next Generation,' looks back on the life and work of Leonard Nimoy.
New legislation aims to help foster kids
Some of Californias most vulnerable children are missing out on funds to help with their education, children in foster care.
Writer, director Nicholas Meyer remembers Leonard Nimoy
Nicholas Meyer directed Nimoy in two Star Trek films, including "Wrath of Khan." Like Raoul Wallenberg, "[h]e is not dead, as long as we remember him."
The Net Neutrality debate is far from over
Internet access is "too important to let broadband providers be the ones making the rules," said FCC's Tom Wheeler. But, what's to come?
Your chance to own a piece of Disney history
A sneak peek into what could be a million dollar Disney collectable auction.
LA Mayor's office welcomes FCC's net neutrality decision
LA Mayor Eric Garcetti, a longtime proponent of open internet, welcomed the FCC's decision yesterday on net neutrality.
Relax, people. There's a scientific reason why we don't agree on the...
An viral image of a dress is driving everyone bonkers on social media. Some people see it as white and gold, some see it as blue and black. Turns out, there's a scientific reason why.
John Boorman on his final film, 'Queen and Country'
"Queen and Country," is the follow up to the 1987 Oscar-nominated film "Hope and Glory." 82-year-old writer and director, John Boorman, says it's his last film.
The past of 'Jihadi John': Early run-ins and radicalization
There are two narratives about Mohammed Emwazi's past that attempt to explain how he went from a well-to-do background to being internationally notorious.
Obama to ambitious teen: 'You have this strength inside yourself'
The president interviews 18-year-old, Noah McQueen, who's participating in a White House mentoring program for young men of color. "It's hard to always make the right decision," McQueen tells Obama.
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