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Rankled by raises Re “State pay hikes are withdrawn,” April 23 It is becoming more clear each day in California that politicians care only about themselves. It's also nice to know that after the news leaked about the pay raises, Assembly...
Tribune staff reportersThe rolling surf of the Pacific Ocean crashes onto white sand beaches below a lush hillside in southwest Nicaragua, a picture of tropical paradise by anyone's definition. These days, paradise is for sale. Contact the seller, Rep. Jerry Weller (R-Ill.)....
Tags: Guatemala, Jerry Weller, Defense, Heads of State, Justice System
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHomeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff this afternoon is scheduled to inspect new improvements to security systems and customs facilities at Los Angeles International Airport, which has been listed as one of the top terrorist targets in the United...
Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON — In turning to former CIA Director Robert M. Gates to take the reins at the Pentagon, President Bush has selected a low-key loyalist who is in many ways the opposite of outgoing Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld. Whereas Rumsfeld...
The Swampby Mark Silva Then, there is the odd tale of the federal government's alleged eavesdropping on - a member of Congress. Rep. Jane Harman, a California Democrat, is demanding answers from the National Security Agency, which reportedly had some questions.......
Spin CycleThere's a new nexus of intrigue in this story about the Israel lobby's PAC, two accused of espionage, NSA wiretaps, and Rep. Jane Harman. President Obama strokes the CIA crew after weeks of potentially demoralizing revelations about torture tactics under....
The Swampby Mark Silva Why are the wiretapped always the last to know? Rep. Jane Harman expressed some surprise and dismay this week when news surfaced that the NSA had eavesdropped on a conversation she had with a suspected Israeli agent.......
The Swampby Greg Miller Congressional leaders were briefed repeatedly on the CIA's use of severe interrogation methods on Al Qaeda suspects, according to new information released by the Obama administration Thursday that appears to contradict the assertions of...
ANYONE attending a symphony concert can spot the gorgeous, gleaming harp, even from the last row of the last balcony. Children and adults alike gasp at the size of it, at its sparkling gold crown towering above the musicians. Lou Anne Neill, principal...
Times Staff WriterThe Senate gave final passage today to a bill putting a single director in charge of the nation's spy agencies, capping a contentious, five-month legislative push to respond to the recommendations of the Sept. 11 commission that investigated the 2001...
New York Times News ServiceAfter a month of bipartisan agreement that Congress should do nothing to demoralize the nation's intelligence agencies or distract them from preventing future terrorist attacks, key lawmakers say that an unflinching investigation is inevitable into why...
President Bush has moved quickly to establish the Office of Homeland Security and Monday swore in its first director, former Pennsylvania Gov. Thomas J. Ridge. A Vietnam veteran and a hard-nosed prosecutor, Ridge is an astute choice for the job of...
Tags: Police Investigations, FEMA, Health, Nevada, National Security
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