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Sun StaffVIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - When sniper suspect John Allen Muhammad demanded the right to represent himself at trial yesterday, he joined a fraternity of pro se capital murder defendants that includes hippie-era cult leader Charles Manson and serial killer...
Tags: Long Island, Defendants, Laws, Witnesses, Criminals
Sun StaffAs the Senate considers passage tonight of legislation that would require the state's new electronic voting machines to produce paper records of cast ballots, bill opponents warn that a paper trail could jeopardize the validity of future elections and...
Tags: Electronics, Voting Machines, Primaries, Maryland, Science
Los Angeles TimesCHICAGO - California Gov. Gray Davis gained ground yesterday in his effort to keep other prominent Democrats out of the recall election - as the nation's largest labor organization greeted him with rousing support here, and state labor leaders prepared to...
Sun StaffBETHESDA - Charles A. Moose, who famously battled the press during last fall's sniper manhunt and claims in his new book that the media's conduct contributed to five shootings, is now pitching his book like any other celebrity - in the media. He may need...
Times Staff WriterA federal appeals court Tuesday put the California recall race back on track for an Oct. 7 election, reversing an order to postpone the vote and setting off a 13-day sprint to a final public judgment on Gov. Gray Davis. Lawyers for the American Civil...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - U.S. special operations troops and helicopters are positioned on an aircraft carrier in the Arabian Sea, poised to conduct ground combat in Afghanistan if called, Pentagon officials said yesterday. Officials declined to say how many...
Sun National StaffLOS ANGELES -- In a stunning finale to a tumultuous campaign, angry California voters fired Gov. Gray Davis less than a year into his term and lifted movie star Arnold Schwarzenegger into the governor's chair in yesterday's recall election....
Sun National StaffLOS ANGELES - Gov.-elect Arnold Schwarzenegger awoke yesterday to the realities he will soon confront in leading the nation's wealthiest, most populous and, for the moment, angriest state. But when he surfaced late in the day for a post-election news...
Los Angeles TimesSACRAMENTO, Calif. - Arnold Alois Schwarzenegger took the oath as California's 38th governor yesterday, vowing to upend the political culture and humble the special interests through decisive action that would amount to the "Miracle of Sacramento." The...
Tags: Vehicles, Pete Wilson, Family, Labor Legislation, Migration
Los Angeles TimesThe five leading candidates for governor of California met last night for what is likely to be their only joint debate, one that was marked by angry exchanges and sharp disagreements on new taxes, how to solve the state's budget nightmare and even whether...
Special to Baltimoresun.comJack Revelle doesn't mind his warehouse being cluttered. As co-owner of Pro Quo Books, a Baltimore online book distributor, he expects some of the more than 150,000 titles he carries will end up not just in their designated bins or shelves, but in the...
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