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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHarrington, Wash. "That door," he says with dramatic pause. "That door weighs 4,000 pounds. It's been reinforced to withstand a nuclear blast." Peter Davenport has a radio voice, the kind of exaggerated baritone that cuts through walls and most doors,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON -- With the release of Michael Moore's "Sicko," a movie once again is adding sizzle to an issue that's a high priority for liberal politicians -- this time comprehensive health insurance for all. But unlike Al Gore's film on global warming,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHillary Rodham Clinton, Barack Obama and John Edwards have been sniping at each other for months over healthcare, but there's one thing the top Democratic presidential candidates agree on: Americans of all ages should have the choice of buying a...
For a university with a legion of Nobel Prize winners and an impressive list of alumni who sit on various corporate boards and the like, University of California, Berkeley has been down on its luck lately. The campus that nurtured my academic curiosity...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA Democratic primary in which no one campaigned dampened turnout here Tuesday, giving Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York a victory that probably wouldn't affect the party's presidential nomination. Clinton was the only major Democratic candidate...
Tags: Elections, Florida, Barack Obama, Voting, Ohio
Tribune staff reporterOn the eve of another grim anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, members of Congress voted on a symbolic resolution to establish an official remembrance, expression of sympathy and honoring of heroes. It was the kind of measure on which,...
The Hartford CourantHe was a teenager working at a golf course in his hometown of Kennebunkport, Maine, when a well-heeled patron came in with a question: Who among all of these caddies could run a lawn mower without running over their feet? Harold H. Burbank II could,...
++++++++++++++++++++ || || ++++++++++++++++++++ Re "Giuliani, the federalist candidate," Opinion, July 25 Republican presidential candidate Rudolph Giuliani is right on the money. So many issues that should be solved at the state level have been captured...
With the field of candidates whittled down to just two, Sen. Barack Obama painted the choice Democrats now face in stark terms Wednesday, arguing that he is the most electable in November, because Republicans are armed and ready for Sen. Hillary Rodham...
It can be rough being a front-runner, especially on a hot night on the gridiron. Two of the leading Democratic presidential candidates found themselves repeatedly under attack Tuesday evening at Soldier Field, one for recent foreign policy statements and...
TELEVISION COVERAGE: The network news channels (ABC, CBS, NBC) will offer nightly prime-time coverage of the convention from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. The cable news channels (MSNBC, CNN, Fox) will broadcast live from Denver and offer round-the-clock coverage....
NEW YORK (WPIX) -- In a letter to U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, representatives Dennis Kucinich and Ted Poe urged the government to force Citigroup to drop its $400 million, 20-year agreement for naming rights to the New York Mets' ballpark....
Tags: Timothy Geithner, Ohio, New York Mets, New York City, WPIX
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