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The Swampby Josh Meyer President George W. Bush, on his last full day in office, formally struck down the petitions for clemency of some high-profile politicians and businessmen, including convicted lawmakers Randall "Duke'' Cunningham, Edwin Edwards and Mario...
Tribune national correspondentIf there's a war being waged over illegal immigration, then San Diego's border with Mexico is its most militarized battleground. Disputes over the success or failure of the buildup during the past dozen years can be as dramatic as its stature: 14 miles...
Tags: Death, Crimes, Politics, Fencing, University of California
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHillary Rodham Clinton holds a commanding lead over Barack Obama in California as the Democratic presidential contest heads toward the Feb. 5 primary, a new statewide poll has found. John McCain's resurgent campaign claimed a slim lead among Republicans,...
Times Staff WriterDuncan Hunter had already spent an hour serving scrambled eggs at a Rotary Club pancake breakfast and walked a mile in the nearby Amherst Fourth of July parade, and was now more than halfway through another parade in this old farm town on the west bank of...
Second of five partsThe deadly 2003 Cedar fire was raging through San Diego County. Rep. Duncan Hunter, whose home in Alpine would burn to the ground, couldn't understand why military aircraft hadn't been called in to fight the blaze. He decided to do something about it....
Sources: Tribune staff and news services, candidates’ statementsDEMOCRATS Delaware Sen. Joe Biden: Wants to expand health insurance for children and for catastrophic care, look to states for ideas on moving toward universal coverage. New York Sen. Hillary Clinton: Seeks mandatory universal coverage. Tax credits...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterU.S. border authorities no longer apprehend illegal immigrants only as they enter the country. Now they're catching them on the way out. At random times near the Tijuana-San Diego border, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers have been setting up...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMinutes after routine surgery for acute appendicitis in October 2003, Staff Sgt. Dean Witt, 25, was being moved to a recovery room at a Northern California military hospital when he gasped and stopped breathing. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD:...
Sun ReporterPresident Bush is coming under growing pressure to toughen the government's scrutiny of future transactions, as the furor continues over an Arab firm's purchase of some U.S. port operations, including in Baltimore. Lawmakers in both parties are advancing...
Times Staff WriterThe Senate gave final passage today to a bill putting a single director in charge of the nation's spy agencies, capping a contentious, five-month legislative push to respond to the recommendations of the Sept. 11 commission that investigated the 2001...
Tags: Jane Harman, Politics, Ted Stevens, John McCain, Bill Frist
Times Staff WritersThe incoming chairman of the House Armed Services Committee said Tuesday he will hold "a robust set of hearings" early this year on military aviation safety, focusing on the Marine Corps' accident-prone Harrier attack jet. Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Alpine),...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Six U.S. soldiers have received career-ending reprimands for their roles in the alleged abuse of detainees at the Abu Ghraib prison near Baghdad, and a seventh has received a letter of admonishment, a senior Pentagon official said yesterday....
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