Masami Toyoda

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A Trump Budget Would Hurt Americans' Access To Our Public Lands

The message sent by the proposed budget cuts is clear and simple.<p>President Trump’s first budget completely disregards our environment and the public lands which millions of American families use for recreation. If enacted by Congress, these cuts and program eliminations would wreak havoc on our …

Donald Trump Turned Stephen Colbert’s Showtime Election Comedy Special Into a Wake

In August, when Showtime Networks CEO and president David Nevins made the "half announcement" that Stephen Colbert would host a live, comedy special …

NASA Sees 'Bright Spots' On Dwarf Planet In Our Solar System

Scientists are puzzled by a new image taken by NASA's Dawn spacecraft, which found two bright spots on the dwarf planet Ceres. The spots are noticeably brighter than other parts of the surface, which looks to be rocky and pockmarked.<p>Ceres lies in an asteroid belt between the paths of Mars and …

The Best Oakland Food Tour You'll Ever Take

By Paul Krantz for offMetro SF<p>The name Temescal is said to be derived from "temescalli," an Aztec word for sweat lodge, but I didn't see any of those as I wandered past flower-adorned gardens toward the Temescal Sunday farmers' market in the parking lot of the DMV.<p>Having come from the heart of San …

Winter Storm Takes Aim At Eastern U.S.

(Updates forecasts from National Weather Service, adds airport delays)<p>By Victoria Cavaliere<p>Feb 21 (Reuters) - A fresh band of winter weather that churned up the East Coast on Saturday, pummeling the storm-weary region with snow, sleet and freezing rain, was expected to gradually taper off Sunday …

California’s snowless winter worsening; Oregon also in trouble

WASHINGTON — California’s unusually high temperatures and shortage of precipitation — especially snow — will probably continue into the spring, federal scientists said Thursday.<p>And it isn’t just California that is experiencing growing problems, the scientists said: An unusually warm winter in …