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News | Local News Articles

Man killed in Sheriff's deputy involved shooting in Alpine

Deputies shot and killed a man Monday afternoon during a confrontation at an East County apartment complex.

Health & Fitness | Wheels

These Amazing Cycling Photos Will Send You Back in Time

From the very first hobby horse to Lawson Craddock’s heroic Tour this summer, cycling has had a long and glorious history.

News | Hollywood

Legendary Marvel Comics creator Stan Lee dead at 95

Stan Lee, a legend in the comic book world who created many of the popular Marvel characters, has died, the Hollywood Reporter reported Monday. He was 95.

Music | Music

GHOST VIOLENT ROAD RAGE - Cyclocross until your lungs burn!

The VIOLENT ROAD RAGE is GHOST's latest addition to its cyclocross range. It transforms pent-up anger into top athletic performances and brings power to the ...

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

10 Facts About Steven Spielberg’s Duel | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

Sports | Cycling

DAY & NIGHT

A film by Ben Page, supported by Apidura, 7mesh and Canyon. Day & Night follows two very different riders, Björn Lenhard and Tomy Mulledy, as they take…

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

7 Whiskey Drinks That Could Help Cure Your Cold | Food & Wine

Here, seven whiskey cocktails to help dilate your blood vessels and put you on the path to recovery. ...

Science & Technology | Technology

Google went down after traffic was routed through China and Russia

Google's services went down for an hour yesterday after its IP addresses were routed way from normal paths to Nigeria, China and Russia. Google told Ars Technica it doubted the leak was malicious, despite the fact that government-owned China Telecom was

Music | Music

Wisconsin School District Launches Investigation After Students Appear to Make Nazi Salute in Prom Photo

A school district in Wisconsin is launching an investigation after dozens of high school students were photographed making what appears...

News | News

1 Killed, More Than 20 Wounded, in Massive Gaza Rocket Barrage Against Southern Israel

One person was killed and at least 20 others were wounded in a massive Palestinian rocket barrage targeting southern Israel on Monday....

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

Alex Trebek reveals the type of Jeopardy! contestant that bothers him

Over the years, there has been much debate over the “correct” way to play Jeopardy! One would think that, as the host of the show, Alex Trebek would have to stay out of these debates and remain an impartial witness to the contestants’ various strate

Psychology | Personality

Your native language affects what you can and can’t see – Research Digest

By Emma Young. This is the first demonstration that language affects whether we consciously perceive a stimulus or not.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

This is how psychotherapy for depression changes the brain – Research Digest

By Alex Fradera. Understanding the neural correlates of psychotherapy could help enhance its effectiveness.

Psychology | Personality

5 Ways to Stop Yourself From Jumping to Conclusions | Psychology Today

Coming to a conclusion before you have all the facts is a common problem that can hurt yourself and your relationships. Follow these steps to slow yourself down.

Music | Music

The Beatles’ White Album at 50: When They Was Fab

Dominic Green on a half-century of the marvelous, mixed-up mess that may be the Beatles’ greatest album.

Recipes | Recipes

Japanese Fried Rice - Yakimeshi - Pickled Plum Food And Drinks

No Teppanyaki grill top needed to whip up this simple, umami loaded Japanese Fried Rice recipe. Easy to make and ready in 18 minutes from start to finish!

Entertainment | Entertain Me

Stan Lee, Marvel Comics' Real-Life Superhero, Dies at 95

The feisty writer, editor and publisher was responsible for such iconic characters as Spider-Man, the X-Men, Thor, Iron Man, Black Panther and the Fantastic Four — 'nuff said.

    Psychology | Psychology & Psychological Research

    Marie’s Top 5 Productivity Routines

    Building routines and habits can be difficult. Just when we think we’re settled on a routine, life throws unexpected challenges; it’s not easy to always maintain a regular schedule. For me, I always begin thinking about how I spend my time in spans of

    Science & Technology | Tech

    Google is using AI to help The New York Times digitize 5 million historical photos - The Verge

    Google is working with The New York Times to digitize its huge photo collection of between 5 million and 7 million photos that are kept in a storage area known as "The Morgue." Google will use AI to scan the hand- and type-written captions and s

    News | The News

    Trove of war posters discovered at New Hampshire library

    Fragile but mostly in good condition, the posters offer viewers a glimpse of what life was like during war time.

    Visual Arts | Art & Design

    Art dealer’s family’s latest bid to find Degas looted by the Nazis

    Descendants of Paul Rosenberg hire detectives to solve the mystery of the plundered painting

    Entertainment | Entertainment

    John C. Reilly Singing Together With An Entire Pub In Ireland Will Make Your Night

    Whatever you are doing tonight, it’s not better than being at O’Connor’s Pub in Doolin, Ireland. There is nothing but pure joy and happiness coming out of that place tonight. Well, except for...

    Pets & Animals | Cat & Dog Resources

    The Scooting Dog Decoded | Whole Dog Journal

    Why is your dog dragging his butt across the carpet? Not just annoying to watch, this behavior is usually indicative of infected or impacted anal sacs.

    Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

    Predators are using Fortnite to lure kids. Cops say parents need to worry

    Authorities said they've arrested men seeking sex with minors through social media and messaging platforms - and now gaming apps

    Business & Finance | Business

    5 Fast-Growing Businesses Reveal Their Shared Secret To Success

    There’s one thing all of these startups have in common and that has played a major role in their success. The best part? It’s a free resource that’s available to your business, too.

    Recipes | Recipes

    Skillet Apple Pie Biscuits - melissassouthernstylekitchen.com

    These easy as pie Skillet Apple Pie Biscuits are sure to become a favorite with your family. There's plenty of butter, cinnamon and nutmeg taking this breakfast or brunch treat into the dessert category too.

    News | National News

    Report: Telemachus Orfanos, survivor of Vegas massacre, killed in Borderline Bar mass shooting

    A victim in Wednesday night's shooting at the Borderline Bar &; Grill in Thousand Oaks reportedly survived another mass ;shooting,

    History | History

    10 facts you (probably) didn’t know about the First World War

    Who solved the problem of trench warfare? How did the war contribute to Britain's worst rail disaster? And were there really special battalions for short soldiers? Here, Seán Lang reveals 10 lesser known facts about the First World War

    History | History

    History Comes to Life Through Beautiful Colorized Photographs

    "The Paper Time Machine" is a book that pulls together 124 colorized historic photos by Jordan Lloyd of Dynamichrome and Wolfgang Wold of Retronaut.

    Science & Technology | Science & Space

    You'll Need 286 Pounds of Coal to Fuel That Electric Road Trip - Bloomberg

    New Yorkers looking to escape the winter chill by driving to Daytona Beach, Florida, would use about 40 gallons of gasoline to traverse the 1,000 miles in a Chevrolet Impala.

    Music | Music

    Sinatra: He Sang One for the Ages - WSJ

    Frank Sinatra recorded the definitive version of the sorrowful saloon song ‘One for My Baby (and One More for the Road)’ in 1958.

    History | History

    Presidential Feuds With the Media Are Nothing New - HISTORY

    Journalists have angered presidents from the earliest days of America’s founding.

    Science & Technology | Technology

    Facebook is ending forced arbitration for sexual harassment complaints - The Verge

    Facebook is ending the controversial practice of mandatory arbitration for sexual harassment claims, following protests over such policies at Google, which ended them earlier this week.

    Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

    How to Find the Motivation to Work Out When You’re Depressed

    Working out can be especially difficult when you’re depressed, even though the brain benefits are powerful. An expert explains how to harness the latest research and get motivated.

    Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

    How I Learned That You Have the Power to Change Your Own Life

    There were moments when it was easier to walk away, but I learned that change happens when you decide to keep going.

    News | Israel & The Jewish Community

    UCLA Shamefully Condones Students for Justice in Palestine

    Imagine if the KKK asked to hold a conference at UCLA. Does anyone seriously believe that the administration would allow...

    Music | Music

    The Struts’ Luke Spiller makes friends in many places

    As his career as lead singer for Britain’s glam-rocking The Struts speeds up, Luke Spiller has met — and opened for — The Who, The Rolling Stones and The Foo »

    Music | Music

    Self Titled 7", by Tozcos

    5 track album

    Food & Drink | Bars/Restaurants/Venues

    The Best Pizza in Los Angeles

    In honor of National Pizza Day, we rounded up our favorite pizza shops in Los Angeles. Read on to see where to score the best slice.

    Recipes | Recipes

    Bacon Pimento Cheese Bites

    These Bacon Pimento Cheese Bites are the perfect sweet and salty appetizer recipe for the holidays... or any day!

    News | Anti-Israel=Anti-Semitism

    University of Sussex Professor Emeritus Claims ‘Israelis Blew Up Twin Towers With Help From Zionists’

    An emeritus professor at the University of Sussex in England has blamed the 9/11 terrorist attacks on Israelis and American Zionists,...