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The Swampby Mark Silva The people at Homeland Security caught some flak one year ago when the agency issued a warning to law enforcement agencies around the nation. The agency said it had "no specific information'' that any rightwing terrorists were......
Tags: Oklahoma, Defense, Veterans Affairs, Migration, Politics
AT FIRST, British Prime Minister Tony Blair's reaction to Saddam Hussein's imminent hanging sounds a little wishy-washy. Blair reiterated his own opposition to capital punishment but also said the sentence "does give us a very clear reminder of the...
Tags: Politics, International Law, Government, Iraq, Nouri Maliki
As opening statements begin this week in the corruption trial of former Gov. George Ryan, federal prosecutors will try to prove that he was not just a bystander as friends and political cronies used the secretary of state's office to enrich themselves...
Thanks to the efforts of the federal government, it may soon be quite a bit harder to forge a driver's license. But that doesn't necessarily mean we'll be any less vulnerable to terrorist attacks, particularly not the kind carried out on Sept. 11, 2001....
Tags: Defense, Politics, Career and Workplace, Theft, Maine
Zap2It.com"60 Minutes" correspondent Ed Bradley, who won 19 Emmys over the course of his career, has died at the age of 65. The newsman died Thursday morning (Nov. 9) of leukemia at New York's Mount Sinai Hospital, reports CBS. Bradley was with the critically...
Times Staff WriterTHE last time Los Angeles writer Deanne Stillman published a book on the high desert, she was met with angry editorials in a local paper, a bitter letter-writing campaign and complaints from locals. She couldn't write, her hair was strange, what did she...
Tags: Murder, Politics, Social Issues, Fishing, Joan Didion
Tribune architecture criticThey are ruining Washington, ruining it in the name of saving it. Five years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, this once-lovely city of broad diagonal avenues and open vistas conceived in 1791 by French engineer Pierre L'Enfant is becoming an ever...
To shorten the long waits between a death penalty conviction and an execution — 17 years in this state — the California Supreme Court asked on Monday for a constitutional amendment that would let lower courts handle some of the load. The lengthy wait time...
The TSA is tightening its photo ID rules at airport security. Previously, people with expired IDs or who claimed to have lost their IDs were subjected to secondary screening. Then the Transportation Security Administration realized that meant someone on...
Special to The TimesWRITING plays is occasionally a profession, arguably an art form, unmistakably a craft (hence the odd spelling of "playwright," distant cousin of the wheelwright). But might writing plays also be a mode of thinking -- a way to make sense of the world?...
According to House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio), the Department of Homeland Security has defamed veterans of the U.S. armed forces by concluding in an internal memo that some returning service members might be susceptible to the propaganda of...
South Florida Sun SentinelDrug runners Daniel Troya and Ricardo Sanchez Jr. each received two death sentences followed by four consecutive life sentences Wednesday for slaughtering a Greenacres family -- which included a 3-year-old and a 4-year-old -- alongside the turnpike in...
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