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Times Staff Writer//NATIONAL &na.title=Recently Reported Polls:& &na.poll=Oct. 28: Colorado, Illinois, Missouri, N. Carolina, Oklahoma, S. Carolina, S. Dakota, Washington | Oct. 27: Florida | Oct. 25: Arkansas, Kentucky, Nevada, N. Dakota& &na.lean=& &na.year=& &na....
Tribune senior correspondentA year later, the nation still grieves and heals, as though it were a tough soldier who suffered a serious combat injury that will leave a lasting scar, but not one deep or permanent enough to keep the country down. The fiery terrorist attacks on New...
Washington BureauEconomist Pierre Ellis was in his office on the 11th floor of the World Trade Center's north tower on Sept. 11 when terrorists slammed a hijacked jet into the building. Like thousands of others, he scrambled down a crowded stairway to safety. "We didn'...
Staff writerThe Sun-Sentinel joined with some of the nation's largest news organization in January to review the disputed Florida ballots from last year's presidential election. The unprecedented agreement teamed the Sun-Sentinel and its sister papers in the Tribune...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersIf the U.S. Supreme Court had allowed Florida's courts to finish their abortive recount of last year's deadlocked presidential election, President Bush probably still would have won by several hundred votes, a comprehensive study of the uncounted...
Chicago TribuneThe Tribune Company and other media organizations hired the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago to review and categorize discarded ballots from the 2000 election in Florida. The study was designed to be the most thorough of...
Tags: Referenda, Chicago Tribune, Elections, Florida Elections, Voting
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 WriterLENINGRAD, Soviet Union -- Vera Mamina is a survivor of the 900-day Nazi siege of this city in World War II, and she has been an archivist at its Piskarevski wartime memorial cemetery for 20 years. But even she can't fully fathom the monument's hold...
Tags: Nazi Party, House Building, Tourism and Leisure, Defense, Family
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMOSCOW -- Profound political changes are under way in the Soviet Union as the country prepares this month for its first contested parliamentary elections since the earliest days of the Soviet state. A dramatic upsurge in political activism at the grass-...
Tags: Employees, Newspapers, Fatigue, Veterans Affairs, Journalism
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