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LOS ANGELES -- Former NFL player-turned-actor Brian Bosworth was arrested in Hollywood early Friday morning on suspicion of driving under the influence, according to police. Bosworth was arrested around 3:30 a.m. near the corner of Hollywood and Cahuenga...
Special to the TribuneEven with three of the Hornets' four leading scorers out with injuries, the Bulls needed late free throws to win 111-108 Friday night at the Ford Center. It took a career-best performance from Andres Nocioni to give the Bulls their third consecutive...
This story contains corrected material, published June 16, 2006. We drew from all quarters of the periodicals universe in compiling this year's selections. And what can we say about the choices? They're eclectic, accessible and they reflect the tastes of...
Sun ReporterOne reason the Ravens drafted Dan Cody in the second round a year ago was his endless pursuit of the quarterback. Still, it took Cody's recovery from major knee surgery to realize how relentless he truly is.Based on Cody's strong comeback, Ravens...
Tags: Football, College Sports, Terrell Suggs, Super Bowl, Ray Lewis
1857: The Dred Scott decision, written by Chief Justice Roger Brooke Taney of Maryland, rules that black people cannot be U.S. citizens and have "no rights which the white man was bound to respect." 1865: After the Civil War, Southern state governments...
Chicago Tribune staff reporterSketching a diagram on a scrap of notepad paper, Carol Moseley Braun makes her proposal for universal health coverage seem as clear as the view across Lake Michigan from the Chicago Athletic Club's eighth-floor dining room. On this crisp fall afternoon,...
Tags: Diplomacy, George W. Bush, Breast, Social Issues, Gage Park
Los Angeles Times health writerA new test that uses milk-duct cells to assess the risk of breast cancer is showing considerable promise and could help more women better understand how likely they are to develop the disease. However, some experts warn that it has a narrow use. Called...
Tribune staff reporterIn the basement of Duffy's Tavern, dirt sifted between the floorboards overhead for 10 seconds. They could hear muffled booms from above, the crashes, the bangs and cracks and rattles. The whole building seemed to shudder, as if bumped rudely in a crowd....
Tags: Shoulders, Bars and Clubs, Fires, FEMA, Weather Reports
Howard Rosenberg, the Los Angeles Times' television critic, retires Aug. 8 after 25 years of prize-winning criticism, commentary and reporting for the newspaper. Rosenberg, 65, received a Pulitzer Prize for distinguished criticism in 1985, in recognition...
Out of a swampy thicket, near the blue waters of Long Island Sound, 200 old men, women and children stepped into the bright sunshine and entered a new world. Hundreds of edgy soldiers, mustered from villages and farms across Connecticut, had finally...
Times Staff WritersZacarias Moussaoui told acquaintances he was simply a flying buff who came to the United States to become a pilot. But the portrait of the jailed French citizen that has emerged since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks is one of a globe-trotting Islamic...
Tags: Islam, Unrest, Conflicts and War, Crimes, New York, Prosecution
Sun-SentinelHow much do you remember from when you were 5 or 6 years old? For Elián González, the past seven months have produced powerful images of a strange and traumatic visit to America, recollections that could last a lifetime. His 5-year-old mind absorbed the...
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