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Regardless of age, race, gender or nationality, all people make the same facial expression when they're angry , experts from the University of California, Santa Barbara and Australia's Griffith University report in the latest online edition of Evolution and Human Behavior .
A memorial service was held Saturday for a Chula Vista man who was killed while riding his bike in Santa Maria.
Judges would be able to temporarily take firearms from people who show signs that they could harm themselves or others under a bill headed to Gov. Jerry Brown.
The California Senate has passed AB 1014, which would allow law enforcement or family members of a person who is displaying signs of violence to petition a court for a restraining order.
Although we may not realize this, true anger is more than an emotional state; it can literally be seen in lowered brows, thinned lips, and flared nostrils.
Peters Projects presents two solo exhibitions by painter, Suzanne Caporael; and photographer, Laura Wilson.
See the lowered brow, the thinned lips and the flared nostrils? That's what social scientists call the "anger face," and it appears to be part of our basic biology as humans.
Opponents of gun violence and supporters of Assembly Bill 1014, designed to remove firearms from at-risk individuals, held a candlelight vigil and ceremony in Fremont on Saturday.
Family members and police could ask courts to take away a mentally disturbed person's guns under a bill inspired by May's UC Santa Barbara massacre and approved Wednesday by the state Senate.
California lawmakers have advanced a bill that allows judges to temporarily remove firearms from people who show signs that they could harm themselves or others.
Most of North America's megafauna - mastodons, short-faced bears, giant ground sloths, saber-toothed cats and American camels and horses - disappeared close to 13,000 years ago at the end of the Pleistocene period.
Six Santa Barbara City College students were among the nine participants in the Internships in Nanosystems Science, Engineering and Technology program this summer on the UC Santa Barbara campus.
With the unprecedented rise of millennial computing, lightning fast telecommunication, vibrant social media and virtually limitless access to information, our lives are consumed by a torrent of powerful technological influences.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 07:38 am
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