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The SwampSen. Jesse Helms high-fives Johnathan Prevette, 6, of Lexington, N.C., during pre-race activities at Charlotte Motor Speedway near Concord, N.C., October 1996. (AP Photo/Nell Redmond, file) by Frank James Jesse Helms, a conservative stalwart who for...
The Swampby James Oliphant In a stinging rebuke to the Bush administration, a federal judge Tuesday ordered the Pentagon to immediately release a small group of Chinese Muslims from Guantanamo Bay into the United States. U.S. District Judge Ricardo M. Urbina......
The Swampby Frank James The U.S. Senate race in North Carolina between incumbent Sen. Elizabeth Dole and Kay Hagan is so close that Dole has resorted to a much-discussed TV ad that tries to link the Democrat to "Godless Americans" Hagen......
Tags: North Carolina, Mike Huckabee, Parliament, Politics, Arkansas
Spin CycleIt seems like we've reached a point where it's worth paying a little bit more attention to the polls. The most notable results show a somewhat durable McCain uptick (within 7) in Pennsylvania, a continuing close race in Virginia,......
Tags: Ohio, Colleges and Universities, Polls, Education, Parliament
Times Staff WriterThe courtroom was packed and curious lawyers stood in the back. All eyes were on John Edwards, making his closing argument on behalf of a 5-year-old girl horribly injured in a wading pool accident. For 90 minutes, politely but persistently, Edwards...
Tags: New Hampshire, Polls, Washington (U.S. state), Nursing, Politics
LARRY KING, CNN ANCHOR: Thank you very much. Good evening, everybody, from this beautiful university, the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, before a wonderful crowd of folks. There are four Democratic candidates, myself and two questioners...
On Monday, the 42nd president of the United States, William Jefferson Clinton, will commit what could be a fatal political error by allowing himself to be questioned under oath by an independent counsel, Kenneth W. Starr, who has taken more than four...
Chicago Tribune staff reporterSketching a diagram on a scrap of notepad paper, Carol Moseley Braun makes her proposal for universal health coverage seem as clear as the view across Lake Michigan from the Chicago Athletic Club's eighth-floor dining room. On this crisp fall afternoon,...
Times Poll DirectorMore than half of the American public believe George W. Bush is not getting a balanced view of whether to go to war or not from his advisors, but rather a more hawkish view favoring military action in Iraq, according to a new Los Angeles Times poll....
Sex in the city. The words conjure up a flurry of images: smoky bars, one-night-stands, eager women exposing all manner of cleavage and prowling Casanovas drenched in bad cologne. In this hot-and-bothered depiction, everyone, it seems, is doing a little...
Tags: Bars and Clubs, Gaming, Brain, Biology, Science
Times Staff WriterBROWNSTEIN: Well, let me ask you directly, given the views that Senator Kerry has expressed over the years and the votes he's cast on issues like the death penalty, the Defense of Marriage Act, his argument that he would have, in effect, a litmus test for...
Tags: Louisiana, New Hampshire, Ohio, Polls, Texas
Tribune staff reportersOutraged that the United Nations excluded the United States from an important human rights panel, the House voted overwhelmingly Thursday to withhold $244 million in promised back dues. The 252-165 vote came amid rare unanimity by House leaders who...
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