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Climate Change and Other Factors Speed Up Coastal Erosion in San Diego Earlier this month in San Diego County, three people were killed when
Brenden Foley hunts ancient shipwrecks for a living. But he's not after sunken treasure--he's after information. Foley is a marine archeologist
Archeologist Bill Dever says that in addition to the Hebrew god Yahweh, ancient Israelites may have worshipped a Canaanite female goddess called
New DNA evidence shows that dogs were probably domesticated from wolves in the Middle East about eight thousand years ago. But wolves are
Agenda for a New Economy Using excerpts from his latest book Agenda for a New Economy, Korten will expose the economic mirage created by Wall
Investigators Investigators Seek Clues to Gilroy Shooter’s Motive Officials in Gilroy, the site of Sunday’s mass shooting, say they
Global wealth and power are shifting eastwards, changing the way the region – and indeed the world – works politically and strategically. Lowy
The Southern Resident killer whales are a small declining population. The increase in tanker traffic associated with the Trans Mountain
Magdalena Valderrama was in the Seattle area visiting family in September 2015 when the Valley Fire broke out near her house in Lake County.
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San Juan County frustrations spill out in the open with ballot drive and
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