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  • In Pictures The answer is blowing in the wind

    Wind turbines are clustered offshore in Dronten, the Netherlands, in July 2006. On April 28, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar approved the US's first offshore wind farm, approving Cape Wind, a project that would create hundreds of jobs and provide nearly 75 percent of the power needed by the Cape and the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.

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  • Elvis Presley play too racy for Utah? Not anymore.

    Elvis play too racy? The Utah school district that banned the Elvis Presley play, 'All Shook Up,' reversed its decision Thursday.

  • Subversives

    'Subversives' takes a deep and troubling look at Reagan's handling of the civil unrest in Berkeley in the 1960s.

  • Ohio animal tragedy: Why do people own exotic pets?

    Ohio animal tragedy: Why do people own exotic pets?

    Many exotic pet owners, like Terry Thompson in Zanesville, Ohio, are hobbyists, which means they don't often have the experience needed to tend to the needs of the animals.

  • California garbage trucks fueled by ... garbage

    California garbage trucks fueled by ... garbage

    Methane gas produced in California landfills fuels garbage and recycling trucks, reducing the state's carbon emissions.

  • In Pictures The answer is blowing in the wind

    Wind turbines are clustered offshore in Dronten, the Netherlands, in July 2006. On April 28, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar approved the US's first offshore wind farm, approving Cape Wind, a project that would create hundreds of jobs and provide nearly 75 percent of the power needed by the Cape and the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.

  • Review: 'Taking Woodstock'

    Review: 'Taking Woodstock'

    Ang Lee's dramatization portrays Woodstock as a shining moment without any larger look at what was roiling the country.

  • Nixon: a life divided

    Richard Nixon never lost the mind-set that pitted 'us' against 'them.'