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  • Weird science: Kitty litter increases risk of suicide?

    Weird science: Kitty litter increases risk of suicide?
    A small subset of suicide attempts may be linked to an infection that starts in the litter box.  A new study suggests an association between Toxoplasma gondii and suicide attempts among women. Interesting finding, to be sure, but how does one even...
  • List of Mandatory Days Off Work, By Country

    List of Mandatory Days Off Work, By Country
    ++++++++++++++++++++ || Panama || 40 || || Russia || 40 || || Iceland || 37 || || Spain || 36 || || Luxembourg || 35 || || Nambia || 35 || || Denmark || 34 || || Poland || 33 || || Slovenia || 33 || || South Africa || 33 || || Belgium || 32 ||...
  • Navy SEAL Team 6 Rescues Kidnapped Aid Workers in Somalia

    Navy SEAL Team 6 Rescues Kidnapped Aid Workers in Somalia
    Washington -- Freed hostages Jessica Buchanan and Poul Thisted arrived at a U.S. base in Sicily Thursday, a day after being rescued in a U.S. military raid in Somalia, a spokesman for the base said. The pair are now at Naval Air Station Sigonella, said...
  • The Crowd: A lifetime of dreaming comes full circle

    The Crowd: A lifetime of dreaming comes full circle
    They danced until midnight, interrupted only by an invasion by the famous USC Marching Band. A fun-filled and romantic winter wedding united a charming and promising couple in what was the social event of the holiday season. Meredith Louise Potter,...
  • News of the Weird: Spider Rape

    News of the Weird: Spider Rape
    Intelligent Design: If the male nursery web spider were a human, he would be sternly denounced as a vulgar cad. Researcher Maria Jose Albo of Denmark's Aarhus University told Live Science in November that the spiders typically obtain sex by making...
  • Sole Attacker Blamed in Norway Massacre, Twin Attacks Leave 76 Dead

    Sole Attacker Blamed in Norway Massacre, Twin Attacks Leave 76 Dead
    OSLO (KTLA) -- Norwegian police continue to search for victims Saturday after a homegrown terrorist launched a shooting rampage at a youth camp just hours after exploding a car bomb in the central government district in Oslo. As of Saturday, the death...
  • Mobile Home Park Manager Says Water Bill's Been Paid

    Mobile Home Park Manager Says Water Bill's Been Paid
    A manager from the company that owns the Leonard Gardens mobile home park said the notice that was posted this week from the City of Grand Rapids that said the owners of the park owed $14,000 in back water bills is a “non issue.”  ...
  • New Evidence That Annual Mammograms May be Overkill

    If you're still upset about last fall's recommendation by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force that women begin getting mammograms to screen for breast cancer at age 50 instead of 40 - and to get them every other year instead of annually - a new...
  • 'Normance' by Louis-Ferdinand Céline

    Normance Louis-Ferdinand Céline Translated from the French by Marlon Jones Dalkey Archive: 372 pp., $14.95 paper "I'm a dirty pornographer . . . a letch besides being the most despicable traitor of the century! . . . I'd make a urinal blush! . . ....
  • By bicycle, an up-close visit to Denmark's Funen island

  • Pete Quaife dies at 66; original bass player for the Kinks

    Pete Quaife dies at 66; original bass player for the Kinks
    Pete Quaife, the original bassist for the Kinks who played on such early hits as "You Really Got Me," "All Day and All of the Night" and "Tired of Waiting for You" before leaving the British band in 1969, has died. He was 66. Quaife died Wednesday of...
  • Aage Bohr dies at 87; Danish physicist and Nobel Prize winner

    Aage Bohr dies at 87; Danish physicist and Nobel Prize winner
    Aage Bohr, the Danish theoretical physicist whose explanation for the shape of the atomic nucleus won him a share of the 1975 Nobel Prize in physics, died Sept. 8 in Copenhagen. He was 87. Bohr was part of an even more elite group, one of only seven...