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ReutersDirector Costa-Gavras: European cinema could not survive without state protection By Steve Pond LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - Filmmaking could not exist in Europe without the support of governments, veteran director Costa-Gavras told an audience at the Los...
Tags: Tom Hanks, Madonna, David Bowie, Helen Mirren, Liu Xiaobo
Scary monsters adorning the outside of singer Chris Brown's Hollywood Hills home are his personal art and he isn't about to give up his 1st Amendment right to expression because of a city citation, his attorney said. Mark Geragos, the singer's attorney,...
Tags: Fines, Punishment, Google+, Environmental Issues, Conservation
ReutersPARIS (Reuters) - U.S. aerospace companies, keen to benefit from billions of dollars in possible future orders for civilian drones, are mobilizing to assuage public concerns about privacy and safety. The Aerospace Industries Association, the U.S....
There's new help on the way for what used to be the Chesapeake Bay's most important fish, though how much good it will do remains to be seen. The Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council has enacted a first-ever cap on how many American shad and...
Reuters(US Senator Sheldon Whitehouse is a Reuters columnist but his opinions are his own.) By Senator Sheldon Whitehouse June 19 (Reuters) - The effects of climate change, driven by carbon pollution, hit Americans harder each year. Extreme weather events like...
RedEyeLincoln Park Zoo is recovering, raising and releasing rare prairie-dwelling wildlife species threatened from habitat loss this summer. The zoo, in collaboration with Lake County Forest Preserve District and the US Fish & Wildlife Services, is slated...
Southern California’s mountain yellow-legged frog has made a remarkable leap toward recovery for an endangered species, rebounding in just two years from near-extinction brought on by development, fires, fungal infections and predatory trout,...
Staff Writer, Copy EditorAbout 40,000 acres of previously closed rare species habitat is scheduled to become open to off-highway vehicle use under the Bureau of Land Management’s newly released Imperial Sand Dunes management plan. The plan is not expected to be...
Here's a wildlife success story that not everyone's thrilled about. Green iguanas, which dropped dead in huge numbers in the frigid winter of 2010, have rebounded, repopulating South Florida neighborhoods and resuming their consumption of expensive...
A 29-year-old Orlando man died Saturday night after he fell off his paddle board and drowned in Lake Minnehaha near Clermont, authorities say. Ronald Sikorski fell off the paddle board at about 6:10 p.m. Sikorski, who was not wearing a life jacket,...
Tags: Environmental Issues, Conservation, Wildlife
It takes a trained ear to know the call of the grasshopper sparrow. Or a bobolink. Or even a meadowlark. For Wendy Paulson, standing in the grasslands of North Barrington and focusing her telescope on a rare savannah sparrow for all to see, it brings...
A group of suspected psychedelic mushroom pickers are accused of having a 2-foot-long alligator in a backpack, clickorlando.com is reporting. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said four men and a juvenile were arrested Sunday at...
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