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  • Guest Column: A reminder of indifference, weakness

    As Glendale and other cities throughout the world schedule the commemoration of the Armenian Genocide by the Ottoman Turks nearly 100 years ago, we are often asked why? Why the inhumanity? We are getting closer to the answer. Unlike the sporadic...
  • Joey 'the Clown' takes center stage

    After stopping momentarily to flirt with the blond court reporter and swearing to tell the truth with a raspy "I do," Joey "the Clown" Lombardo lowered himself onto the witness stand with the help of a cane. The 78-year-old with a Caesar haircut leaned...
  • THEY'RE HERE!

    It's rare for a newspaper story to emerge from the vast and dark unknown and hit at a primal level, tapping into the fact that many of us feel so alone and confused about why we exist, and giving us a chance to hope, to dream. Admittedly, those big...
  • McCain's mixed signals on foreign policy

    Sen. John McCain is well-known for scorching denunciations of Democrats, who he says would raise the "white flag of surrender" by cutting off funds for U.S. troops in Iraq. But 15 years ago, it was McCain himself who startled colleagues by proposing to...
  • Clinton says his Iraq war remarks were misconstrued

    A week after causing his wife's presidential campaign a headache by saying he had opposed the Iraq war from the start, former President Clinton accused the news media on Tuesday of misrepresenting his remarks. In brief comments to the Los Angeles Times,...
  • Bush's big 'regret'

    Bush's big 'regret'
    In a valedictory interview with ABC News, President Bush has come closer than ever to acknowledging that the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003 was a mistake -- but not close enough. In Watergate parlance, Bush's concession is a "modified limited hangout."...
  • 'The Forever War' by Dexter Filkins

    'The Forever War' by Dexter Filkins
    THE LITERATURE of human conflict divides itself into two schools: One -- the more ancient -- is bardic and celebrates war and warriors; the other is the tradition of witness, which elucidates war and records the fates of those caught up in it. Dexter...
  • For two widows, a soldier's trial is their battlefield

    For two widows, a soldier's trial is their battlefield
    Day after day, the widows sit silently in court, a few feet from the soldier accused of murdering their husbands. They listen as their husbands' violent deaths play out again and again in witness testimony. Sometimes, they say, the defendant stares at...
  • Deja vu in Kabul

    Deja vu in Kabul
    For years, opponents of the Iraq war claimed it was an unwinnable waste of resources that wasn't worth fighting anyway. The real war against terrorists, they argued, should be waged in Afghanistan. But now that Iraq has made heartening progress and we are...
  • 'Curveball' speaks, and a reputation as a disinformation agent remains intact

    'Curveball' speaks, and a reputation as a disinformation agent remains intact
    Nuremberg, Germany Rafid Ahmed Alwan hoped for an easier life when he came here from Iraq nine years ago. He also hoped for a reward for his cooperation with German intelligence officers. "For what I've done, I should be treated like a king," he said...
  • "House Rules," a memoir from Evanston native Rachel Sontag

    By Alyce Miller Rachel Sontag's doctor father never hits her or sexually abuses her, he is a good provider, he's funny, his medical students adore him, he takes the family on generous vacations to Cancun and France and the Grand Canyon, he sends her...
  • Robert Novak dies at 78; syndicated columnist and TV commentator

    Robert Novak dies at 78; syndicated columnist and TV commentator
    Robert Novak, the longtime syndicated columnist and television commentator who was at the center of a furor late in his career as the first journalist to disclose the identity of CIA operative Valerie Plame, died Tuesday. He was 78. Novak died at home in...