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Fred Smith, founder and president of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, is one of those evil, evil men who takes funds from giant multinational corporations and uses them to roll back government regulation. He's also a walking encyclopedia, lively...
By Linda Matys O'Connell and David Venditta Of The Morning CallThird of a three-day series The visual tranquility of a little-traveled hallway in the Northampton County Courthouse in Easton is interrupted by the vivid colors of a mural stretching 18 feet along one wall. It appears to depict colonial times. A...
The Swampby Frank James Both Senators Barack Obama and John McCain have recently talked of surging U.S. troops to Afghanistan in order to beat back the Taliban and al Qaeda. But adding more troops is the least of what the U.S.......
WatchdogClick below for NBC's transcript of Bob Costas' sitdown with IOC boss Jacques Rogge, as well as Costas' closing remarks last night. Limited blogging this week. Please be brave. You'll get through this, dear readers.......
Spin CycleClinton is delivering her opening statement -- delivering a lecture on the importance of diplomacy and "smart power," which unfortunately she didn't seem to grasp when she voted to go to war in Iraq in 2002. Her opening statement is......
The Swampby Mark Silva and updated We are hearing familiar words today, at the Senate Foreign Relations confirmation hearing for Sen. Hillary Clinton's nomination as secretary of state -- words heard in President Bush's many various statements on the potential of....
Sun Foreign StaffKUWAIT CITY -- With Iraqi hospitals full of wounded and water shortages made evident by people in southern Iraq drinking from drainage ditches, humanitarian aid workers are warning that the worst for civilians could be yet to come. Hundreds of...
Tags: Famines, Death, Employees, Water Supply, Charity
Tribune staff reporterLed by Vice President Dick Cheney, the United States has committed the World Trade Organization and its 142 nations to meeting as scheduled next week in a place where most of them do not want to go in the current climate of concern over security--an...
Of The Morning CallCoalition forces are engaged in a new battle against Taliban fighters in the mountainous Paktika and Khowst provinces along the Pakistan border, an area where rocket attacks are launched against coalition fire bases several times a week, a U.S....
Tags: Taliban, Afghanistan, Terrorism, Explosions, Texas
Special to The TimesEvery garden must have stone, be it a solitary rock, a ribbon of gravel, a pod of boulders or a massive wall or waterfall. Stone, while rigid, is transformed by daylight and dew. Stone flatters all plants, and few things are better to climb on or sit on,...
Tags: Health, Covina, Colorado, Monrovia, Los Angeles
Times Staff WriterWeekend warriors no more, the stockbroker, the motorcycle cop and the carpenter were undergoing intense training last week for their new mission as part of an occupation army in Iraq. They were busy cordoning off villages, detecting homemade bombs,...
The Chicago TribuneThe scars from Hurricane Mitch, which ripped apart much of Nicaragua, have started to heal. Vegetation is creeping over the huge gash left on the side of the Casitas volcano, when its rain-filled crater collapsed, unleashing an avalanche that buried more...
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