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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterJuly 6, 2008 The story was already written: Vividly rendered on those young faces -- excited, angry, naive, fearful, idealistic. But it was only the first leg of their journey. That's what first struck Eric Etheridge when he first laid eyes on a trove of...
Tags: Activism, Arts and Culture, Elections, Heroism, Assault
UPDATE: Voters approve Proposition 8 banning same-sex marriages. With more than 95% of the vote counted, the measure leads 52.1% to 47.9%. A measure to once again ban gay marriage in California led Tuesday, throwing into doubt the unions of an estimated...
TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENTOn a recent afternoon, 15-year-old Marlon Parras stood on a stage in front of 3,000 people and talked about the hardships he and his 13-year-old sister, Emiely, have faced since their parents were deported to Guatemala. He wept as he spoke softly of...
We've come to the end of a remarkable journey. In the early 1960s, most Southern blacks were barred from voting. Yet today, just over four decades later, blacks and whites from across the country have selected an African American man as the presidential...
BLOG | SCHEDULE | PHOTOS/VIDEO | SPEECHES | POLITICS A-Z | RSS TELEVISION COVERAGE: The network channels (ABC, CBS, NBC) will offer nightly prime-time coverage of the convention from 7 to 8 p.m. The cable news channels (MSNBC, CNN,...
Sun reporterPresidential races eventually reach a tipping point. The Democratic contest is fast approaching that point (the Republicans are far beyond it). In recent nomination fights, early victories in Iowa and New Hampshire proved decisive. Not this year....
Tags: Al Gore, Georgia, Hawaii, The New York Times, North Carolina
Tribune national correspondentThe night before the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum was dedicated, Barack Obama sat awake in his room at the Renaissance Hotel, agonizing over a speech he would deliver about a man he calls his political hero. As midnight approached, after...
Spin CycleNow Mother Jones reports on how McCain said he'd look for wise advice to Rep. John Lewis, left,the Georgia Democrat who's been a leading figure in the civil-rights movement. Fair enough: the Arizona senator likes to cross the partisan......
Tags: Georgia, Barack Obama, John McCain, Hillary Clinton, Larry David
The Swampby Mark Silva With the House's second and successful vote on a $700-billion federal rescue of the nation's financial markets today, the economic challenge facing the next Congress and president is only starting to reveal its dimensions on Capitol Hill.......
Spin CycleIn today's big campaign tiff, civil rights leader Rep. John Lewis of Georgia, cited by John McCain just a few weeks ago as one of the wise men of Washington, compared McCain's campaign tactics to George Wallace's race baiting......
Tags: Constitutional Issues, Georgia, Racism, Alabama, Government
The Swampby Frank James When Civil Rights-hero and congressman John Lewis warned the McCain-Palin campaign over the weekend that their attacks were creating a supercharged climate which raised the threat of violence, we assume these were the sort of threats now......
Tags: Seattle, Corporate Crime, Fraud, Civil Rights, FBI
The Swamp(AP Photo/FOX News Sunday, Gary Gardiner) by Frank James Sen. John McCain, appearing on Fox News Channel this morning, responded to Gen. Colin Powell's nationally televised endorsement this morning Sen. Barack Obama for president. Powell's was a coveted...
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Mar 6, 2009 |Story| Chicago Tribune
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Feb 20, 2008 |Story| Baltimore Sun
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