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Special to The TimesThere is a dark side to pop. It can be heard in the Beatles' "Helter Skelter," the Rolling Stones' "Midnight Rambler," Elvis Costello's "Accidents Will Happen." For songwriters, bad news can be an inspiration. Alex Greenwald, the singer-guitarist of L.A.-...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersCOLORADO CITY, Ariz. -- There is nothing physically imposing about Warren Jeffs. He's tall and reedy with a quavering voice and, acquaintances say, an especially limp handshake. Family members describe the church leader as secretive, strict and "very...
J.R. Moehringer is a senior writer for West.Like many young people, Matt Sly and Jay Patrikios spent a fair amount of time thinking about the future. Then one day they were thinking about the past, playing Trivial Pursuit with a group of friends, and they thought: Wouldn't it be cool if your Past...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterEdwin O. Guthman, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist and editor whose aggressive pursuit of Watergate stories during the 1970s earned him the enmity of President Nixon and the No. 3 spot on Nixon's infamous enemies list, has died. He was...
The Swampby Mark Silva In the conspiratorial view of power in Washington, the release of that Homeland Security report warning of a rise of "right-wing extremism'' fueled by today's political and economic environment comes curiously close to today's "TEA" Party...
Sun-SentinelTogether at night, together in his living room, together sometimes for hours, Eugene ``Mercury'' Morris and Janet Reno talk. He will be on the couch. She will be on CNN. The former Dolphins running back always starts softly, keeping the cracks to...
Tags: Sports, Retirement, Prosecution, Danny DeVito, Dabney Coleman
Tribune arts reporterDespite protestations to the contrary, people sometimes need to be protected from their families far more than families need to be protected from individuals. That's not exactly a cheery truth, but it's a fact of life and the theme of many great American...
Tags: Janet Reno, Texas, Disasters, Family, Death
Sun National StaffToday begins Act I in the prosecution of Enron. No, the bankrupt energy giant is not on trial -- not yet, anyway. And no, the case is not about the notorious accounting schemes that led to the nation's largest-ever corporate bankruptcy, put thousands of...
Of The Morning CallThe Northampton County district attorney asked the state attorney general Monday to determine whether the use of force was justified in the death of John D. Hirko Jr., who was shot while Bethlehem police raided his home for drugs and guns. District...
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