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  • Mitt Romney and global climate change

     
    Was I too harsh yesterday in expressing surprise that Mitt Romney was sticking by his support of the minimum wage rather than walking it back in order to win the hearts of more conservative voters? Consider: I believe that climate......
  • Newt Gingrich: Why is he running for the GOP presidential nomination?

     
    Is Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign just a way for him to pass the time? That’s the take of Dante Scala, a political science professor at the University of New Hampshire. "He's on a lark," Scala is quoted as saying in......
  • Obama White House says the economy is recovering; A majority of Americans says, Uh, no, it isn't

     
    Democrat Obama may have some stats on his side, but the voters have decided otherwise. Also, Mitt Romney leads among New Hampshire Republicans with barely 51 weeks left before the primary....
  • New report finds Catholics more accepting of gay rights

     
    Catholics are more supportive of gay and lesbian rights than other Christians, according to a report released Tuesday by the Public Religion Research Institute. “It may come as a surprise to many that rank and file Catholics are more supportive of...
  • Experts find cheap way to develop training regimen

     
    Competitive cyclists can spend big bucks on fancy tests to determine the best way to improve performance. Now, ScienceDaily reports that experts at the University of New Hampshire have come up with a cheap way to find out your exercise intensity using a...
  • Gulf oil spill: Undersea oil 'clouds' confirmed in spill zone [Updated]

     
    Scientists on a federal research vessel said Tuesday morning that they have confirmed a sub-sea concentration of hydrocarbons near the Deepwater Horizon leak site. The preliminary findings suggest that the undersea oil appears and disappears in a series...
  • Solar system's shield may be leaking

    Solar system's shield may be leaking
    A tiny satellite circling Earth is providing an unexpectedly complicated picture of the solar system's heliosphere, the invisible bubble that extends far beyond the planetary orbits to where the solar wind strikes the vast sea of particles and radiation...
  • America's Favorite Birth Control Method Turns 50

    America's Favorite Birth Control Method Turns 50
    A world without "the pill" is unimaginable to many young women who now use it to treat acne, skip periods, improve mood and, of course, prevent pregnancy. They might be surprised to learn that U.S. officials announcing approval of the world's first oral...
  • Little spent on oil spill cleanup technology

    Little spent on oil spill cleanup technology
    While oil companies have spent billions of dollars to drill deeper and farther out to sea, relatively little money and research have gone into finding new, improved ways to respond to oil spills in deepsea conditions like those in the Gulf of Mexico....
  • Bradley, Ford picked

    Corona del Mar High senior Marcus Bradley received first-team All-CIF Southern Section Division III-AA boys' basketball honors, making the 6-foot-6 forward the only Newport-Mesa player to make the team. Bradley, a transfer from Beaumont High, helped the...
  • Bradley made most of it

    Bradley made most of it
    Marcus Bradley was not supposed to play at Corona del Mar High this past boys' basketball season. The senior moved into the area to live with his grandparents in June. He said the move away from his parents in Beaumont was for personal reasons....
  • Oilers Walsh and Bonomi sign letters of intent

    Three Huntington Beach High seniors took the next step in their academic and athletic careers early Wednesday by officially committing to four-year universities. Signing a National Letter of Intent on Wednesday were girls' soccer player Nikki Walsh...