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  • Michelle Obama's Roots: Gates' way

     
    by Mark Silva The genealogic discovery of a white great-great-great grandfather in the family tree of First Lady Michelle Obama is a quintessential American coda to a year of living divisively. The genealogist Megan Smolenyak, who spent several months in....
  • Obama: Energy 'naysayers marginalized'

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama, citing a global competition for development of clean-energy alternatives to oil, insisted today that the United States must win that race and called on Congress to enact legislation also intended to curb climate...
  • 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...
  • Blue moon rising, good decade coming

     
    by Mark Silva Once in a blue moon -- and we're not talking about the designer (really corporate) beer that the Cambridge, Mass., police sergeant ordered up for that "beer summit'' at the White House -- something really good happens.......
  • Obama: Massachusetts, agenda on line

     
    by James Oliphant and Mark Z. Barabak BOSTON -- President Obama made a rare campaign-style visit today in a last-ditch effort to salvage the flagging Senate bid of Democratic candidate Martha Coakley and preserve the Democrats' decisive 60-vote majority...
  • Obama's deficit-cutters: Lineup named

     
    by Mark Silva The lineup for the deficit-cutting commission that President Barack Obama has created is starting to take shape. The president's front line includes David Cote, CEO of Honeywell International, and Alice Rivlin, a fomer White House Office of....
  • Elena Kagan: Money in the bank?

     
    White House staffers deliver Elena Kagan's questionnaire responses to the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday. (AP/Harry Hamburg) by David G. Savage Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan says she has $1.76 million in assets -- mostly in bank accounts and...
  • 'Killer Poet: The Double Life of Norman Porter' (3 1/2 stars!)

    "Killer Poet" is so strong, so evenhanded in its examination of the life of Norman Porter (a.k.a. Jacob A. Jameson) that a viewer will see no need for this documentary ever to inspire a feature film. The facts are wildly cinematic: By 19, in 1960,...
  • Monster Mash: Metropolitan Museum of Art sees attendance surge; big changes for London's Saatchi Gallery

     
    -- Big crowds: The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York said attendance passed the 5-million mark in the last fiscal year -- its highest attendance since 2001. The Museum of Modern art reported earlier this week that it also......
  • Novelist Elizabeth Hartley Winthrop, a former New Yorker, talks about home in Savannah, Ga.

    Elizabeth Hartley Winthrop's new novel, "December," puts you squarely in Manhattan, following the inscrutably silent Isabelle and her parents through an angst-filled month that will shake and shape their already askew life. You'd expect to find...
  • Fathers' Daughter

    Becca Lazarus is a high-achieving seventh-grader who plays the saxophone, just made the track team, is a whiz at math and has blazed through every Harry Potter book. She lives in a ranch house with vinyl siding on a dead-end street in Windsor with her...
  • Tours and cruises in California and around the world

    Tours and cruises in California and around the world
    CALIFORNIA Cycling in the north Go for a lazy spin through Ferndale farmlands or sweat out a 100-mile loop through the redwoods. The May 10 Tour of the Unknown Coast offers cyclists five different rides for different skill levels and free camping at the...