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Carbon County commissioners have backed away from a countywide real estate reassessment while other counties are moving ahead. One of the latest is neighboring Schuylkill County, which is planning the massive task, though it will take up to four years to...
Times Religion WriterPope John Paul II, whose 15-year reign over the Roman Catholic Church has been marked by repeated efforts to restore orthodoxy, may now be succeeding in attracting a new crop of more conservative priests to carry the church into the next millennium....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterRichard Nixon, who strode the world stage for decades and was the only American President to resign his office to avoid impeachment, died Friday night, four days after suffering a stroke. He was 81 years old. A spokesman said Nixon, the nation's 37th...
The Times on Sunday published an editorial endorsing Gov. Pete Wilson for reelection, the first time this newspaper has endorsed a gubernatorial candidate in more than 20 years. As deputy editor of the editorial pages, I played a role in the...
Tags: Government, Minority Groups, Elections, Voting, California
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt was touch and go for much of this long, bitter campaign. But Massachusetts once again sent a Kennedy to the U.S. Senate. Surrounded by a sea of relatives, Edward M. Kennedy called his election "a victory for those who believe we have a voice and a...
(This column originally ran in the Orlando Sentinel on March 7, 1995. Former columnist Charley Reese retired from the Sentinel 10 years ago. His final column ran on July 29, 2001.) Politicians, as I have often said, are the only people in the world...
Sun reporterWhen William Donald Schaefer was governor, the nicest thing you heard about his predecessor, Harry R. Hughes, was that his dog ruined the rugs in the Governor's Mansion.But with a new governor in Annapolis, it's Mr. Schaefer who is in the doghouse and Mr....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSix days after his release from a New York prison, Tupac Shakur is holed up in the control booth of a dimly lit Tarzana recording studio. Bobbing his head and grinning, the 24-year-old rapper turns up the volume on a funky duet called "2 of America's...
Tags: FBI, Democratic Party, Don McLean, Organized Crime, Death
1996: Bob Dole has the experience and ability to lead the nation. The Sentinel endorses him in Tuesday's Republican primary election.The Orlando SentinelThere really is only one choice for Republicans on Tuesday: Bob Dole. He's the only candidate still standing who can present a formidable challenge to President Clinton in the general election. Despite what questions may have existed at the start of...
Tags: Bill Clinton, Kansas, Politics, Elections, U.S. Senate
Tribune City Hall reporterA few years after Richard Michael Daley was married, when he was still heir to his father's business of running Chicago and Cook County, he came down with a terrible fever and flu. His voice was a raspy croak over the phone. "Honey, I'm sick," he told...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday September 27, 1996 "A Perfect Candidate" takes as its text a remark by a minister, who, commenting on the Senate contest between Republican Oliver North and Democrat Charles Robb, told his congregation, "Those of you looking for a perfect...
The Hartford CourantFour years ago, The Courant endorsed a Democratic presidential candidate for the first time in its 228 years of continuous publication. Today this newspaper recommends an encore for Bill Clinton based on accomplishments since 1992 and on the Republican...
Tags: FBI, Elections, Medical Services, Politics, Treaties
Feb 7, 1993 |Story| Allentown Morning Call
Feb 21, 1994 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Apr 23, 1994 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Oct 31, 1994 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Nov 9, 1994 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Mar 7, 1995 |Story| Orlando Sentinel
Aug 3, 1995 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Oct 25, 1995 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Mar 10, 1996 |Story| Orlando Sentinel
Aug 25, 1996 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Sep 27, 1996 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Oct 27, 1996 |Story| Hartford Courant
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