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  • The TSA's useless photo ID rules

    The TSA is tightening its photo ID rules at airport security. Previously, people with expired IDs or who claimed to have lost their IDs were subjected to secondary screening. Then the Transportation Security Administration realized that meant someone on...
  • Because we could not stop for death...

    To shorten the long waits between a death penalty conviction and an execution — 17 years in this state — the California Supreme Court asked on Monday for a constitutional amendment that would let lower courts handle some of the load. The lengthy wait time...
  • It's A Gray Area: Government needs to step out of center debate

    So should the Muslim community be "allowed" to build a mosque or religious center two blocks away from the former World Trade Center site? Actually President Obama gave us the answer. Numbers of times in these pages I have been critical about some of...
  • Both sides girding for Ryan trial

    As opening statements begin this week in the corruption trial of former Gov. George Ryan, federal prosecutors will try to prove that he was not just a bystander as friends and political cronies used the secretary of state's office to enrich themselves...
  • Transcript of interviews with Deloris Watson & P.J. Allen

    HW: Who asked you to do the article… The Memorial. I think that one of the things that really kind of threw me off of even doing the article, until the tenth anniversary, there was nothing to commemorate the six children that were injured in the bombing....
  • A bomb's bitter echoes

    To many Americans, the terrorist attack on the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building on April 19, 1995, is ancient history. Tuesday will mark the 10th anniversary of the sunny morning when two homegrown anti-government zealots ignited a 4,800-pound fertilizer...
  • Susan Walton: Getting well and moving on

    Susan Walton started planning her charity, Suited for Success, in the early 1990s, sketching out an idea to collect used suits and blouses from working women and then distribute them to needy recipients who can't afford professional outfits for job...
  • Alan Prokop and Jim Norman: 2 rescuers in need of saving

    Alan Prokop was an Oklahoma City police officer who rushed headlong into the twisted wreckage of the Murrah Federal Building and carried several victims to safety. Today he's a recluse on a small farm in the Oklahoma hinterland, divorced from his wife,...
  • Attacks bombard America's psyche

    Patty Grooms of Fairfax Station, Va., lies awake at night -- midnight, 1, 2 o'clock -- listening to the rumble of fighter jets patrolling the Washington skies and wondering what form another terrorist attack might take. Contaminated drinking water?...
  • 20 charged with fraudulently trying to get licenses

    More than 20 people who hold licenses to transport hazardous materials are in federal custody and have become a new focus in the ever-broadening investigation into the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on New York and the Pentagon, federal law enforcement...
  • Gore Vidal's "Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace: How We Got to Be So Hated"

    Comparing the work of Gore Vidal--22 novels, five plays, numerous screenplays and hundreds of essays--with, say, the highly publicized grumblings of Cornel West over whether Harvard or Princeton was a more congenial academic environment for an African...