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The SwampArsenal's Cesc Fabregas, at center, looks on as Hull City's Paul McShane, second from left, scores an own goal during their English Premier League soccer match at Arsenal's Emirates stadium in London, Saturday, Sept. 27, 2008. Hull City won......
The Swampby Christi Parsons Ellen Moran, executive director of EMILY's List, will join Barack Obama's White House as director of communications. And Dan Pfeiffer, a key Obama communications strategist and sopkesman, will serve as deputy director of communications....
The Swampby Mark Silva $900 billion and climbing. The economic stimulus package has clocked in with a new price tag in the Senate - more than $900 billion - with the addition of tax breaks for car-buyers and medical research. It......
The Swampby James Oliphant and Richard Simon, and updated Senate leaders said today that negotiators have struck a deal on a final version of a sweeping economic recovery package. If true, the bill could be sent to the president for his......
Tags: Government, Nancy Pelosi, Susan Collins, Jerry Lewis, Max Baucus
Baltimore Sun StaffFew people are closer to the center of the national anthrax investigation than Dr. Donald A. Henderson, one of the world's leading experts on bioterrorism, whom Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy G. Thompson has called in as a top scientific...
Sun National StaffEfforts by lawmakers in Washington to prolong the life of Terri Schiavo failed in the courts and tanked in opinion polls, but intense interest in the Florida woman's saga is expected to force a broader debate in Congress and state legislatures about...
Times Staff WriterFilmmaker Len Morris' densely packed informational documentary on child labor, "Stolen Childhoods," crisscrosses the globe, visiting eight countries — including the United States — to illustrate the severity of the circumstances under which...
Tags: Movies, Iowa, Documentary (genre), Entertainment, Child Labor
Chicago Tribune staff reporterAt an evangelical revival service in Pittsburgh in the summer of 1972, Richard Gephardt and his wife, Jane, held their ailing infant son and prayed, hoping that a faith healer could cure the volleyball-size prostate tumor that doctors predicted would soon...
Times Poll DirectorThere is just over a week to go until the first vote for a Democratic presidential nominee is cast in the Iowa caucus on January 19th. Out of the nine candidates hoping to become the Democratic nominee and run against the Republican incumbent George W....
Tags: Demographics, Vermont, Economic Organization, Tax Credits, Iowa
Tribune staff reportersAs the Federal Aviation Administration for the first time prepared to impose tougher standards on the companies hired by the airlines to screen passengers and baggage, some members of Congress questioned whether those measures would be sufficient to fix...
Times Poll DirectorBefore the Iowa caucus on January 19th former Vermont Governor Howard Dean was the presumptive Democratic nominee — he had front runner status in the polls, lots of endorsements from well-heeled Democrats such as Al Gore and Senator Tom Harkin...
Washington BureauSome call it Ground Zero Two. A House staff member said he felt as if the dome of the U.S. Capitol had a target drawn on it. Many subway commuters exhibit a palpable sense of anxiety. Tourism is down, traffic is lighter. The terrorist attacks on Sept. 11...
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