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Wednesday, Sept. 1 | 3:15 p.m PDT Slantpoint found former Wyoming Sen. Alan Simpson unsympathetic to claims that New York City is shortchanged in favor of states like Wyoming when it comes to terror funding. Simpson noted that Wyoming has 98,000 square...
Courant Staff WriterNew York Cardinal Edward M. Egan, breaking his long-standing silence on sex abuse by members of the clergy, Tuesday released a statement labeling pedophilia an "abomination" and encouraging "anyone who has an allegation to bring it immediately and...
Tribune staff reporter on assignment recently in South FloridaThis is the time of year when "snowbirds"--as Northern migrants have long been called here--flock to South Florida. But this year far more than snowbirds are roosting in the Sunshine State. The days leading up to Tuesday's election have seen a slew of...
Tribune national correspondentsHe never had run for public office. Before announcing his candidacy for mayor in this overwhelmingly Democratic city, he jumped parties and became a Republican. To his opponents' delight, his utterances on the campaign trail could veer close to the...
Times Staff WriterUnfunny rather than outrageous as intended, Jonathan Kesselman's "The Hebrew Hammer's" laborious self-described "Jewxploitation" comedy imagines a Brooklyn private eye, Mordechai Jefferson Carver (Adam Goldberg), whose role model is Shaft. Known as the...
Chicago Tribune senior correspondentAs political theater goes -- political theater of the absurd, that is -- you could not make this up. Sharing a Manhattan stage are Buddhism's most venerated holy man, the Dalai Lama, and presidential candidate Rev. Al Sharpton, the noisy civil rights...
New York Times News ServiceWhile the world has yet to learn precisely who is responsible for the terror that engulfed New York City, there is little doubt about who is containing the aftermath. From the moments after the first plane rammed into the World Trade Center on Tuesday...
Tags: Hillary Clinton, New York City, David Dinkins, New York, Defense
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday February 16, 1996 "City Hall" is inside information in search of a movie, a forced marriage between the trappings of reality and the fantasy of a jerry-built plot. Reasonably intelligent, neither offensive nor enticing, it passes its time...
Tags: Harold Becker, New York, David Paymer, Al Pacino, Sidney Lumet
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Apr 6, 1996 |Story| Los Angeles Times
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