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  • Kenya Wildlife Service reports deaths of three suspected poachers, five elephants, over the past week

     
    NAIROBI, Kenya — The Kenya Wildlife Service says three suspected poachers have been killed after the poaching deaths of five elephants in two national parks over the last week. The wildlife service said Monday that rangers gunned down a suspected......
  • CNN honors unsung heroes of the world

     
    Hollywood award shows come with glamorous stars, popular bands and tearful acceptance speeches, and CNN's laurels offered all of that along with a rare humanitarian twist. The globetrotting cable news channel is celebrating regular people who toil -–...
  • New frequent shopper program at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

     
    Here's an idea that might entice repeat visitors to Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Miami, especially shoppers. It's the new Frequent Shopper Program at The Shop at Fairchild and it works this way: After six merchandise purchases, The Shop will add....
  • Films on water, hemp at L.A.'s Egyptian theater

     
    If "An Inconvenient Truth" put environmental films on the map, the International Artivist Film Festival keeps that spirit alive. The seventh annual event, running through Saturday at L.A.'s Egyptian theater, features 45 films dedicated to raising...
  • Iran Hostages Spend 2nd Christmas in Captivity

     
    Dec. 24, 1980: The nation’s Christmas tree is lit for 417 seconds, one for each day the 52 hostages have been held in captivity in Iran…. San Fernando Police Officer Dennis Webb is shot to death while questioning a young......
  • Zimbabwe's rhinos are the targets of poachers with advanced technology

     
    HARARE, Zimbabwe — Poachers are using aircraft to hunt and kill rhinoceros, Zimbabwe's wildlife chief said Tuesday, as demand in Asia for their horns' supposed medicinal benefits grows. Seven endangered rhinos were killed in southern Zimbabwe from early...
  • What kind of coffee are you drinking (and how do you brew it)?

     
    On a recent trip to Portland, in need of a late-afternoon caffeine fix, I stopped by Coava Coffee Roasters for a cup of coffee. It wasn't all the talk of the Kone that lured me to Coava. (At this point,......
  • Fox News' Mike Huckabee: Won't someone cast him in a remake of 'Face in the Crowd?'

     
    If you've never seen Elia Kazan's riveting 1957 film, "A Face in the Crowd," you should make time soon. It's more timely than ever. The film, written by Budd Schulberg, is about Larry (Lonesome) Rhodes, a hobo turned country singer......
  • Ajiri Tea helps Kenyan orphans attend school

     
    In 2009, Sara Holby, 23, of Upper Black Eddy, Bucks County, started a company selling Kenyan tea to provide jobs for Kenyan women and pay school fees for orphans in western Kenya through the nonprofit Ajiri Foundation. She is pictured with 10-year-old...
  • About (Late) Last Night: Huckabombs and Angry Birds [Video]

     
    Stephen Colbert puts Mike Huckabee on notice not because of his controversial statements, but because he didn't make the statements on his show. Also, Conan O'Brien bring life-sized Angry Birds to television in a tribute to Finland....
  • L.A. Marathon: After five miles, Wesley Korir is in the lead

     
    Wesley Korir of Kenya leads the men's pack after five miles with a time of 24 minutes, 44 seconds. A pack of six runners is huddled tightly together. Korir led Mile 1 in 5:03. Ben Maiyo of Kenya led Mile......
  • Royal wedding: What to expect from the Royal Honeymoon

     
    The royal wedding will lead to an anticipated royal honeymoon, and new details from Prince William and Kate Middleton's engagement weekend suggest what the pair might be planning....