In San Diego, El Cajon specifically, there's a burgeoning Iraqi immigrant community that is straining the resources of the community leaving all sides frustrated.
For Rastafarians, the goal for many is to move back to Africa to live in the land where they believe the Messiah came from: Ethiopia. But the relationship with Ethiopia is intense, where the locals object to the Rastafarians' separate culture.
When Steve Jobs was diagnosed with cancer in 2004, he approached Walter Isaacson to write his biography. Isaacson said no, not knowing about the cancer. In 2009, however, he agreed and the book that was released last week is a best-seller.
The art of making sugar skulls for Day of the Dead festivities in Mexico is disappearing as artisans to make them give up the craft or die. Day of the dead is celebrated Nov. 1 and 2.
In the World Series, Game 6 Thursday night was legendary. Now, the St. Louis Cardinals and Texas Rangers will meet in a decisive Game 7 tonight.
The law, which amounts to an attempt to do an end-run around the right to an abortion, could potentially make certain birth control forms illegal.
In Kirbati, as the ocean levels rise, the island nation disappears. In time, the nation may have to move to giant floating islands in order to still have a home of their own.
The Museum of Modern Art has a new exhibition that showcases how people interact with the objects in their everyday world, and the emotions they provoke.
The 630-page book from Walter Isaacon looks at Jobs life in its entirety, but certainly focuses on Jobs role in founding and then restoring Apple.
Rin Tin Tin became famous for his appearances on movies and television. A new book looks at how the dog got there and his legend, which literally continues to this day.