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Tribune national correspondentHere's what puts the "battle" in the battleground of Ohio. First, the campaigns bomb people senseless from the air, hitting them for months with tens of thousands of mostly negative television ads. Then, they send in the ground troops to knock on doors,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersThe last time Andrew S. Fastow got in a public brawl about money, it was with a cab driver and concerned a 70-cent tip. The cabbie got so upset he punched Fastow in the face. This morning on Capitol Hill, Fastow will get slammed again. Members of...
Times Staff WritersA provocative essay about the school shooting in Santee posted on an alternative Web site zipped across the country with the speed of a computer virus--a commentary that really shakes things up. The essay is so edgy it has spun off its own rumor mill: One...
Tribune theater criticThe rare and right actress can make beautiful sense out of even the most daunting stage poem written by Ntozake Shange, the author of "for colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbo is enuf." Meet the right actress. She is Monifa Days, a...
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Sun-SentinelNathaniel Brazill tried to brace himself for a life sentence for killing English teacher Barry Grunow. But in the moments before a judge announced his fate on Friday morning, one of his attorneys said the 14-year-old repeatedly talked about being so...
Sun StaffLawyers for sniper suspect John Allen Muhammad appear ready to use a mental health defense to save their client from the death penalty if he is convicted, according to court papers unsealed yesterday. The attorneys' official notice of whether they intend...
Sun StaffFAIRFAX, Va. -- Lawyers for sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo will present an insanity defense at the teen-ager's trial next month, contending that Malvo was brainwashed by his alleged accomplice, John Allen Muhammad, and could not tell right from wrong....
Sun StaffVIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - The job of keeping John Allen Muhammad alive, should he be convicted in last year's Washington-area sniper attacks, has become more difficult after his refusal to speak to the prosecution's psychiatrist, legal experts said yesterday....
The Hartford CourantIs there a serial killer loose in the state? State and local authorities hesitate to use that sinister phrase, but say there is plenty of evidence to warrant posing the question. Authorities will sit down Tuesday and share information about the slayings...
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