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  • A return to India, this time with Mom

    The driver tossed our bags into the trunk of a white Ambassador cab and pressed his palms together. "Welcome to India, sir. Is this your wife?" "No, she's my mother." Mom giggled; neither of us was sure whether the driver's motivation was flattery...
  • America's hidden war dead

    Like thousands of other Americans who have served in Iraq since the U.S. intervention began four years ago, Walter Zbryski came home in a coffin. Only his coffin was not draped in an American flag or accompanied by a military honor guard. Instead, the...
  • Twists and tunes, on a Rio Grande rafting trip

    Big Bend National Park, Texas Butch Hancock probably isn't the first singer-songwriter to wind up, 35 years after that first promising album, sleeping under a tarp down by the river. But he is the first one I've ever watched wake up. When I crawled out...
  • Video: Why do Americans have to wait 6 hours to vote?

     
    A group called Video the Vote has been staking out early voting sites around the country and posting videos. Eight years after the mess in Florida, voting apparently remains a second-class right. Here's two guys in Columbus, OH, who had......
  • NCAA tournament, first round: No. 5 Butler cruises past Texas El Paso, 77-59

     
    Shelvin Mack hit a career-high seven three-pointers and scored 18 of his 25 points after halftime Thursday, leading fifth-seeded Butler to a 77-59 victory over Texas El Paso in the first round of the NCAA tournament's West Regional in San......
  • UCF hopes to become C-USA’s first BCS buster

     
    UCF hopes to become C-USA's first BCS buster...
  • Hispanic journalists’ group has new national president

     
    DENVER (AP) — Michele Salcedo, an editor in Washington for The Associated Press, is the new president of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. Salcedo was elected as NAHJ's president on Saturday, and will serve in her new role for two years....
  • Mitch Kupchak discusses Lakers' second-round draft picks

     
    Here are some of the highlights regarding General Manager Mitch Kupchak's assessment of the Lakers' second-round draft picks. On West Virginia sophomore forward Devin Ebanks (43rd pick): --Kupchak said he drafted Ebanks in case Lakers forward Luke...
  • Social nets wrap: Online reaction to President Obama's immigration address

     
    Thompson, Bloomberg and the office of the Arizona Attorney General respond to the administration's immigration policy....
  • Lakers release 2010 summer-league roster

     
    I'll have more later from Devin Ebanks and Derrick Caracter, both of whom talked to reporters after a summer-league practice. For now, here is the Lakers' summer-league roster, which was released Friday. #4 Derrick Caracter, forward/center, 6 feet 9,...
  • Puerto Ricans can now get birth certificates through fee service

     
    The Government of Puerto Rico has entered an agreement with a U.S. company to help it process the avalanche of requests of new birth certificates expected in relation to a new island law that invalidates old certificates as of September 30. The...
  • The Democratic critique of Rick Scott’s Tally performance

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Florida Democrats have a keen interest in GOP gubernatorial hopeful Rick Scott's fraud controversy and dispatched a camera crew to his presser yesterday at the Florida Press Center (apparently anybody can get in). Afterward, sta...