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Times Staff WritersA Man of Many Passions Transformed The Times Had Otis Chandler never worked a single day, his would have been a memorable life. An Olympic-caliber athlete, a champion weightlifter, an accomplished race car driver, big game hunter, surfer, cyclist,...
This week's New York Times expose on Sen. John McCain's alleged relationship with a telecommunications lobbyist nearly a decade ago was a shabby piece of journalism. The carefully planned and superbly executed riposte by the top-flight lobbyists with...
Here's what to watch for at next week's GOP minority-issues presidential debate at a historically black college in Baltimore: empty chairs. All four top Republicans have "scheduling conflicts." Even Republicans get that this is a problem. "We sound...
NATIONAL REVIEW Editor Rich Lowry recently noted an explosion of "precriminations" among Republicans looking to assign blame for GOP losses in advance of election day. Blogger Glenn Reynolds offered a "pre-mortem" along similar lines. And the media have...
Chris Jones is the chief theater critic for the Chicago Tribune. He has reviewed and commented on culture, the arts, politics and entertainment for the Tribune for 15 years. Along with being the paper's chief voice on local and national theatrical...
Chicago TribuneMonday: -- Earnings: American Financial Group Inc.; CB Richard Ellis Group Inc.; CNA Financial Corp.; Hertz Global Holdings Inc.; Humana Inc.; Kellogg Co.; Loews Corp.; Pitney Bowes Inc.; Principal Financial Group Inc.; RadioShack Corp. Tuesday: --...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIT'S only fitting that the Root, the new online black news, opinion and ancestry magazine launched by the Washington Post Co. almost two weeks ago, is still figuring out its identity. The small publication, created in 2 1/2 months, operates out of a...
Tribune Newspapers: Los Angeles TimesSam Zell insists he's a builder, not a breakup artist or an investor who flips companies to make a fast buck. "Every company I've ever been involved with I have built," said the real estate maverick, who orchestrated the deal this week to take Tribune...
Tribune staff reporterAfter an epic corporate drama, Chicago's Tribune Co. will go private in a transaction that puts the 159-year-old media conglomerate in the hands of the city's most iconoclastic entrepreneur. The deal is a high-stakes bet that a pillar of the nation's old-...
The Swampby Peter Nicholas President Barack Obama has abruptly changed tactics in his bid to revive the economy, setting aside his bipartisan stance and pointedly blaming Republicans for demanding what he cast as discredited "piecemeal measures." Obama's...
The Swampby Frank James Several commenters have alluded to today's Washington Post report that federal agents interviewed the sister of Michael Steele, the Republican National Committee's new chairman, over allegations that he used his 2006 Senate campaign funds...
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The Swampby Paul West Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele said today that he will provide records from his 2006 Maryland Senate campaign to the Federal Bureau of Investigation in an effort to speed an apparent federal investigation into...
Tags: Maryland, News Media, Justice System, FBI, Michael Steele
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