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  • Dr. James L. Goddard dies at 86; FDA chief led overhaul in 1960s

    Dr. James L. Goddard dies at 86; FDA chief led overhaul in 1960s
    Dr. James L. Goddard, who spent more than two stormy years in the late 1960s as head of the Food and Drug Administration, an agency he was charged with overhauling, has died. He was 86. Goddard died Dec. 18 at Saddleback Memorial Medical Center in Laguna...
  • In profile: Rev. Robert Trache of St. Mark the Evangelist Episcopal Church

    In profile: Rev. Robert Trache of St. Mark the Evangelist Episcopal Church
    Other job experience: Former office staff member for Sen. Jacob Javits of New York; former associate dean of admissions at Rutgers and Catholic University of America; former executive director of ecumenical ministry to homeless and working poor in south...
  • AIG's ritual scourging may not get to heart of matter

     
    by Frank James Much of the Washington-based ire over the AIG bonuses has the feel of political posturing, with every politician in town wanting to surf the wave of populist anger. A lot of that politically driven outrage will be......
  • David Axelrod: 'Wait, wait, don't tell me'

     
    by Mark Silva David Axelrod, the political adviser who helped President Barack Obama get where he is today, will be speaking out of field tomorrow night. And people will be laughing. It's OK. Obama has done it, too. Axelrod, appearing......
  • Axelrod, Obama: Close, not that close

     
    by Mark Silva David Axelrod and President Barack Obama are close, but not so close, Axelrod said tonight, that he can tell whether his boss has started smoking again. "The president and I are close, but we don't get that......
  • Emanuel: Washington commencement

     
    by Mark Silva While President Barack Obama heads for South Bend, Ind., on Sunday to deliver the disputed commencement address at the University of Notre Dame, Obama Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel will be holding down the commencement front here......
  • Sotomayor hoping, hopping for support

     
    by Michael Muskal Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor found something she could really lean on today as she met with more senators who will consider her nomination. Sotomayor was forced to rely on crutches as she moved from from meeting......
  • Clinton's elbow: 'Conspiracy theories'

     
    by Mark Silva For all those conspiracy theorists out there, the broken elbow that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton suffered in a fall in the basement of the State Department en route to her car, en route to the White......
  • Sotomayor hearing live analysis

     
    (AP/Gerald Hebert) by James Oliphant We are here again in Hart 216 and Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy has begun his first round of questions. Each member of the panel will question Judge Sotomayor in 30-minute periods. Stay with the......
  • Obama's Supreme Court: Stevens next?

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama, who only recently celebrated his first appointment to the Supreme Court this summer, may see another opportunity soon. New speculation about the timing of the first-term president's second chance to shape the...
  • An explanation for near-death experience

     
    Near-death experiences are firmly rooted in medical lore. Many people who have been close to death or resuscitated report a similar experience: Feeling an "out of body" experience, seeing a bright light and experiencing a flood of memories. Many people......
  • Taliban has 'momentum,' U.S. goal doable

     
    by Mark Silva After nearly eight years of war in Afghanistan, where the United States ousted the Taliban from power following the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the U.S. secretary of defense says the Taliban "has the momentum'' now.......