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LSU Spring Game 2015: Live Score, Top Performers and Analysis

Leonard Fournette and the LSU Tigers wrap up the spring session with 2015 National L Club Spring Game on Saturday afternoon in Death Valley. Anthony Jennings and Brandon Harris are set to continue the battle for the starting position,...Show More Summary

LSU Spring Game 2015: Date, Start Time, TV Schedule, Live Stream and More

Things get offensive in Death Valley Saturday at LSU's 2015 spring game. After an 8-5 effort and.500 mark in SEC play a season ago, there's a different feel to the National L Club Spring Football Game in Baton Rouge as coach Les Miles...Show More Summary

Ex-NFL running back's cellmate death ruled homicide

3 days agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

According to officials, ex-NFL star Lawrence Phillips, who is an inmate at the Kern Valley State Prison, is suspect in the death Damion Soward

Pastor Condemns Fellow Clergyman For Not Supporting Death By Stoning For Gays

David Berzins also urged Christians not to be afraid to defy LGBT people or to fear their reprisals. A Christian pastor in Prescott Valley, Arizona went on an angry rant during a sermon in which he condemned a fellow pastor for not endorsing far-right pastor Steven Anderson’s call for death to LGBT people. Show More Summary

Pastor condemns fellow clergyman for not supporting death by stoning for gays

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

A Christian pastor in Prescott Valley, Arizona went on an angry rant during a sermon in which he condemned a fellow pastor for not endorsing far-right pastor Steven Anderson’s call for death to LGBT people. The pastor in question asked to have his congregation’s listing removed from...

How ‘Silicon Valley’ dealt with the death of one of its most popular actors

Warning: If you have not watched the season 2 premiere of "Silicon Valley," there are spoilers ahead. It was only a matter of time before "Silicon Valley" creator Mike Judge had to figure out how to address Christopher Evan Welch's character Peter Gregory. Show More Summary

Translational science and the “valley of death

As we’ve looked for potential gaps in the world of scientific research funding – focusing for now on life sciences – we’ve come across many suggestions to look at the “valley of death” that sits between traditional academic research and … [CLICK TO READ MORE]

Fish in Death Valley Hold Their Breath For Five Hours At a Time

2 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

The desert pupfish, a fish on the verge of extinction due to the simple misfortune of living in Death Valley, has managed to survive by learning to hold its breath for up to five hours at a time. Read more...

Death Valley Girls Bring Us "Summertime"

More girls should get involved with psych-leaning garage rock. There's just something about the chaos of fuzzed guitars, clattering drums, and a squally, lip-curled girl vocal that hits the sweet spot. Last time we caught up with the...Show More Summary

Ryley Walker – “Sweet Satisfaction” Video

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Ryley Walker makes the kind of music that seems most fitting in a natural landscape, so the fact that his new video for “Sweet Satisfaction” was shot in Death Valley is, well, satisfying. But this video was directed by Bethany Schmitt — aka the Buttress — so get ready for the scenic, barren landscape to […]

This Alcohol-Producing Fish Can Give Up Oxygen

Whether youre a marathon runner, a century cyclist, or training to climb Mount Everest, please check your pride at this desert pupfishs doorstep. He may look a bit scrappy, but this tiny creature, which hails from Death Valley, California,...Show More Summary

On the Edge of Extinction: Tiny Pupfish Go without Breathing to Survive their Harsh Environment

The endangered desert pupfish has made itself at home in the harsh, hot environment of Death Valley hot springs by using a surprising evolutionary adaptation: They can go for up to five hours without oxygen.

So, Besides Fish, What's the Last Thing One Would Ever Expect to See in Death Valley National Park?

It's one thing to find that a number of fish species survive within the boundaries of Death Valley National Park, which preserves the hottest and driest desert in North America. But sure, springs will persist in many dry environments. Show More Summary

One of the Most Astounding Viewpoints in America: At the Outer Ring of Hell (but not really)

A place not to missed. That's what I have to say about Dante's View in Death Valley National Park. And if you ever get there, don't just stand in the parking lot. Short walks in several directions offer even better views of the incredible landscape surrounding the lowest place in North America. Show More Summary

Is There a Deserted Corner of Death Valley? Ubehebe Country

Is there an empty quarter of Death Valley National Park? An area so isolated that tourists are almost never found there? The short answer is: of course. Much of the park is near-primeval wilderness, roadless and untrammeled, and largely devoid of humans. Show More Summary

Death Valley: One of America’s Worst National Parks?

I recently came across an article by Bill Fink on Yahoo titled “Our Tax Dollars Pay for What? The Nation’s Worst National Parks.” In all fairness, there are some pretty lame national parks and monuments, I’m not going to argue that. Certainly a few of them ended up on this list as expected. Show More Summary

Obama Admin Leading US, Allies Into the 'Jaws of Death' With Iran Nuke Talks?

Lest the day come when some bard describes the Obama Administration leading the United States and its allies into the "valley" and "jaws of Death" and "the mouth of Hell" there are questions one would like to pose to our plumed leadership...Show More Summary

Photograph of the week: Full moon in Death Valley

A full moon rises over the Badwater Basin salt flats in Death Valley National Park, California. At 282 feet below sea level, Badwater is the lowest point in North America. The vast, surreal crust of hexagonal shapes change constantly...Show More Summary

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