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Washington BureauThe myriad caves and hardened tunnels hidden in the mountains of eastern Afghanistan are mythic in their complexity and impenetrability. As the presumed hideouts of Osama bin Laden and his cadres, they would seem to be the ideal place to make a last...
Reaction to Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld's testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee: Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) saying Rumsfeld should resign: I think the president of the United States should fire the secretary of Defense, Rumsfeld....
Tags: U.S. Senate, Bill Frist, Carl Levin, Iraq, John McCain
Associated PressWASHINGTON - More cases of possible mistreatment of Iraqi prisoners have come to Congress' attention and need investigation by the Pentagon, the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee said yesterday. Sen. John Warner, a Virginia Republican, also...
Tags: Prisons, Armed Forces, Death, Prisoners and Detainees, Crimes
Tribune staff reporterBefore there was a Washington, D.C., there was Georgetown. Located just up the Potomac from the Kennedy Center, it's nowadays known mostly as the capital's toniest neighborhood and the resident headquarters of the eastern establishment's political elite....
Washington BureauRepublican and Democratic members of Congress drew together in the fading light Tuesday evening on the steps of the Capitol pledging to work together and to support President Bush in fighting terrorism. "Our prayers and thoughts and words of...
Washington BureauThe Bush administration said Thursday that it will commit the U.S. military and the nation at large to a sustained, global campaign against terrorism, one that will go far beyond retaliation against the perpetrators of Tuesday's attacks. President Bush...
Washington BureauAfter hearing pleas for help from Sens. Charles Schumer and Hillary Clinton of New York, congressional appropriators agreed Thursday to provide $40 billion in emergency spending for rescue and cleanup efforts and for punishing terrorists who targeted...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Army investigators told Congress yesterday that a far greater number of Iraqi detainees at Baghdad's infamous Abu Ghraib prison - ranging from two dozen to as many as 100 - were hidden from the International Red Cross at the behest of the...
Tribune staff reporterSen. John McCain is clear about what must happen before the Air Force awards a new contract for refueling tankers--and it's not what Boeing Co. wants to hear. Rep. Norm Dicks, a Boeing booster from its longtime home state of Washington, is equally...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterOn the streets of this quiet Santa Ynez Valley village, something was clearly going on Sunday, even if the details were a little fuzzy to some. Taking notice of all the police, tourist JoAnn Killmer guessed crime. "I thought somebody had been robbed,"...
The Evening SunThere is a line in "The Mirror Crack'd," one Kim Novak directs at Elizabeth Taylor, one that plays on Ms. Taylor's heft. It is one of the funnier lines in the movie, and Miss Taylor takes it well, both on and off the screen. "Of course, I didn't resent...
Tags: New York, Human Interest, Florida, Rock Hudson, Richard Burton
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