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    Talk Back: Gay marriage bans
    Do you think the Supreme Court will find gay marriage bans in several states unconstitutional?
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    (Tell us why or why not?)
    ( Gary Reyes )
    Driest January in History

    With high-pressure system parked off the West Coast for the whole month, fears that the 'Ridiculously Resilient Ridge' in 2014 that led to the third year of California's historic drought may have returned. 
    ( YOSHIKAZU TSUNO )
    3D printers to make human body parts? It's happening

    While printed parts for humans so far have used plastic, metal and other inorganic materials, researchers in California and elsewhere also have begun printing living tissue, with the goal of eventually employing "bioprinters" to make customized kidneys, livers and other organs for people needing transplants.  
    (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)
    10 best new Bay Area restaurants

    Looking for a terrific place to take your sweetheart? These 10 Bay Area restaurants opened within the last year -- and they delight on every front, from the Spanish dazzle of Jen Biesty's Shakewell to the savoir faire of Guillaume Bienaime's Zola and the Japanese inspiration at Michael Mina's Pabu. 
    (Frank Franklin II/AP)
    Barnidge: How's your community doing on curtailing tobacco use?

    The American Lung Association has issued its annual report cards. 
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    ( SUSAN TRIPP POLLARD )
    Women's purses: Readers divulge the craziest thing they're carrying around

    We asked readers to tell us about the craziest thing they have stashed in the handbag. You think you're carting around something wild or funny? Read on. 
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    (YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/AFP/Getty Images)
    3D printers to make human body parts? It's happening

    While printed parts for humans so far have used plastic, metal and other inorganic materials, researchers in California and elsewhere also have begun printing living tissue, with the goal of eventually employing 'bioprinters' to make customized kidneys, livers and other organs for people needing transplants.  
    ( SUSAN TRIPP POLLARD )
    Women's purses: Readers divulge the craziest thing they're carrying around

    We asked readers to tell us about the craziest thing they have stashed in the handbag. You think you're carting around something wild or funny? Read on. 
    (AP Photo/Zacharie Scheurer)
    Justin Bieber apologizes for being a jerk

    After appearance with Ellen DeGeneres, singer posts video because he doesn’t want people to judge him.