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John McCain's selection of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as his Republican running mate is likely to push social issues back into prominence in a presidential campaign dominated so far by the economy and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. At first blush,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterVice President Dick Cheney recently referred to himself as "mystery man," a wry reference to the Bush administration's post-Sept. 11 policy of keeping him largely hidden from public view -- and away from the White House. Working out of various remote...
Tribune staff reportersLess than a week after the Democratic Party suffered major electoral losses across the nation, it was Barack Obama, a U.S. senator-elect who has never held national office, who appeared on the major Sunday morning talk shows to explain the party's...
Washington BureauOfficials confirmed Sunday that a postal worker at the Washington sorting center that handles mail bound for the Capitol is "gravely ill" with the inhaled form of anthrax, bringing to three the number of confirmed cases of the life-threatening infection....
Tags: Symptoms, Terrorism, CBS Corp., Television, Bill Frist
Let's get this straight: The presidential candidate with a chest full of combat medals, a child of privilege who enlisted for service in Vietnam, was back on his heels last week over the release of his military records. And the attacks were coming from...
Times Staff WritersLate Tuesday evening, TV networks were confronting the new electoral reality: Ohio, it seemed, had become the Florida of 2004. Eager to avoid a replay of the 2000 vote-counting debacle, the TV networks covering the race between President Bush and...
Tribune television reporterBlack Entertainment Television ran into a public-relations buzzsaw when it didn't renew the contract of talk show host Tavis Smiley. But there's a way that the cable network, which caters to the African-American community, can save face and still get what...
Washington BureauVice President Dick Cheney emerged publicly Sunday for the first time since last week's attacks on New York and Washington and detailed the initial frantic moments of the crisis as it unfolded at the White House. Cheney said he was sitting in his West...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCAIRO -- Iran's supreme leader, the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, overruling his president and other Iranian moderates, declared Sunday that British author Salman Rushdie must be killed and sent "to hell" for writing "The Satanic Verses," a novel that many...
Tags: United Kingdom, Diplomacy, Ali Khamenei, England, France
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