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JAB Holdings to buy bagel seller Einstein Bros.' parent for $374 million

Bagel purveyor Einstein Noah Restaurant Group Inc. is being sold to JAB Holding Co., majority owner of coffee companies Peet's Coffee & Tea and Caribou Coffee, for $374 million.

Football: San Clemente to hold a military appreciation night

Thursday's football game between Tesoro and host San Clemente will be Military Appreciation Night.

Cities are lapping countries on climate action

Mayors and municipal governments are doing a lot, and can do a lot more, even while national governments are pathetic laggards.

Amanda Bynes arrested on suspicion of DUI after doing well for a year

Oh, Amanda Bynes seemed to be doing so well — but now the actress-turned-design student has been arrested again on suspicion of DUI.

Rancho Cucamonga community college gets grant

White House officials announced $450 million in new grants to community colleges Monday, including $15 million to a Rancho Cucamonga campus.

Union accuses Bravo of 'unfair labor practice' on 'Shahs of Sunset'

A labor dispute between the producers of the reality TV show "Shahs of Sunset" and a union seeking to represent its editorial crew escalated Monday.

Sunset Strip repairs incomplete after water main break

All traffic lanes on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood that were flooded by a water main break may not be fully opened until at least Wednesday morning, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power officials said Monday.

A Washington Post columnist takes aim at short-sellers, but misfires

Northwest Biotherapeutics, a Bethesda, Md., firm with a purported cancer vaccine in development, has been in a long, bitter battle with short-sellers of its shares. It also has implied that Adam Feuerstein, a reporter for TheStreet.com, may be in cahoots with the shorts. 

Why Vermont is doing maple syrup right

How this farm in Northern Vermont is building a better food system.

Trial of Bosnian Serb leader Karadzic inches toward conclusion

The slow-turning wheels of justice in the case against Bosnian Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic creaked toward a milestone Monday when the prosecutor in his war crimes trial called for a life sentence for the psychologist-turned-politician accused of genocide.

Football: This week's Prep Zone schedule

This week's schedule for Fox Sports West's Prep Zone on Friday night:

The U.N.’s climate message is as tall as a skyscraper, and it’s gorgeous

The United Nations doesn't want the world to forget about climate change. And it's making big, flashy statements about it.

How solar can become the world’s largest source of electricity

Even the stodgy International Energy Agency is scrambling to keep up with the good news on solar panels.

Aretha Franklin covers Adele for new album out Oct. 21

As the undisputed Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin has contributed countless classics to the great American songbook and collaborated with an endless list of greats. 

The Greening of Post-Apocalypticism?

A few weeks ago, I finished reading David Mitchell’s magnificent Cloud Atlas, a few months after seeing the still-excellent but-not-as-magnificent movie based upon it. The novel comprises a series of linked stories ranging from the mid-19th century to a post-apocalyptic future 300 years in the future. And that last story, profound and heartbreaking, tells us […]

Food Network's Gina and Pat Neely file for divorce

The Food Network's golden couple, "Down Home with the Neelys" stars Pat and Gina Neely, are getting a divorce. Gina Neely filed the papers after almost 20 years of marriage, reported the WMC news channel in Memphis, Tenn. 

Naomi Klein on how fossil fuels threaten our ability to have healthy children

Why oil spills, fracking, and climate change pose a special danger to the youngest members of all species.

Belgian brewery plans beer pipeline. Residents pray for spill.

The two-mile pipeline, connecting the De Halve Maan Brewery to its bottling plant, would cut truck traffic on the streets of Bruges by 85 percent.

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