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  • Come let us reason together, or: A matter of public health

    "What is there to say?" That's the question editorial writers all over the country were asking themselves after what happened at an elementary school in Newtown, Conn. It's no longer necessary to specify where Newtown is, or just what happened there. It...
  • Upgrade of faulty U.S. biodefense system opposed

    Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano's top expert on anti-terrorism technology has privately advised her to spike a long-planned, multibillion-dollar upgrade of BioWatch, the nation's troubled system for detecting a biological attack. Dr. Tara...
  • BioWatch documents demanded

    WASHINGTON -- Homeland Security Department and other federal officials responsible for BioWatch, the nationwide system for detecting deadly biological attacks, have withheld key documents sought by a congressional committee, according to the panel's...
  • Offsite audience drives latimes.com growth in November

     
    A memo to the staff from Managing Editor/Online Jimmy Orr and Senior Vice President/Digital Emily Smith: New Year’s resolution No. 1: Send monthly note out earlier (this note is for November). Yikes. But November was a great month. So let’s......
  • A conservative defense of Obamacare

    A conservative defense of Obamacare
    Opponents of President Barack Obama's health care program lost the legislative battle, but they have high hopes of stopping it yet. That could be accomplished by defeating Obama in 2012 and electing a Republican Congress. Or it could be done sooner,...
  • Pope declares Ferndale boy's recovery from disease a miracle

    Pope declares Ferndale boy's recovery from disease a miracle
    In 2006, Jake Finkbonner was almost killed by a flesh-eating bacteria. Doctors thought he would not make it. But he did make it. Now Pope Benedict XVI has decreed Jake's survival a miracle, according to the Bellingham Herald. Jake, who is now a sixth-...