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Tribune Media ServicesLeno and Letterman couldn't do it. Bill Maher tried but failed. "Saturday Night Live" tiptoed around it. And the talented comedians who appeared on a live, all-star telethon didn't even bother. So it was up to The Onion to try to wring some laughter...
Tribune staff reportersThey began simply enough, on sidewalks, in parks and in front of fire stations, often with a single flickering candle, a bouquet of fresh flowers, a missive scribbled on a scrap of paper. And a photo -- a snapshot of a smiling married couple, a...
Tribune staff reporterIn light of recent, tragic events, healthcare workers are seeing an increase in the number of women trying to sort out their feelings and medical needs following childbirth. Krista Haberkorn was en route to Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago...
Sun StaffA Johns Hopkins panel investigating the death of a 24-year-old woman in an asthma experiment has concluded that she most likely died from a drug given to her in the test, and it faulted both the lead researcher and an internal oversight board for safety...
Tags: Asthma, Death, Lawyers, Hospitals and Clinics, Family
Tribune music criticWhile the terrorist attacks certainly had an economic impact on the creators, producers and consumers of classical music, there is no evidence that 9/11 radically altered the cultural landscape beyond psychological damage. Ticket sales and attendance...
Times Film CriticThe exquisite and overwhelming emotional tapestry that is "The Sweet Hereafter" plays its credits over the simplest and most primal of scenes. An infant and its parents, unclothed and drowsy under white sheets, share the same quiet bed. It's a pristine...
Associated PressNEW YORK - The check covered Leora Sells' pay for the 10 days that followed April 19, 1995 - the time it took workers picking through the rubble of the Murrah Federal Building to recover and identify her body. That check was one of the few...
Sun StaffA 25-year-old Army sergeant from Dundalk has been found guilty of involuntary manslaughter for erratically driving a Humvee that flipped during a midnight patrol in Iraq and crushed to death a fellow soldier. A military judge sentenced Sgt. Oscar L....
Tags: Trials, Judges, Health and Safety at School, Death, U.S. Army
Times Staff WriterTrumpeter Hugh Masekela strides purposefully through South Africa's Apartheid Museum, breezing past exhibits on the elaborate racial classification system that relegated black people to the fringes of society, past photographs of bodies of unarmed...
Tags: Movies, Death, History, Hugh Masekela, Arts and Culture
Sun StaffKathleen Kennedy Townsend sat scribbling notes at the funeral of Crystal Sheffield, a Baltimore police officer killed in a car crash while answering a call for help. The occasion marked another life cut short in its prime: A dedicated public servant,...
Life, it's been truly said, has more imagination than we do, and the astonishing story of Seabiscuit proves that absolutely. No novelist or screenwriter would dare come up with the phenomenal incidents and flabbergasting twists of fate that marked the...
Tags: Movies, Horse (animal), Gary Ross, Kentucky Derby, Vehicles
Courant TV CriticIf a secondary intent of last year's terror attack was spreading fear nationwide through the inevitable round-the-clock TV replay, broadcasters certainly complied. The indelible images of national symbols incinerating and imploding was rerun...
Tags: Movies, Pennsylvania, Death, Florida, Defense
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