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In my mind's eye, I can see Ronald Reagan, wearing wings and a Stetson, perched on a cloud and watching all the goings-on down here in his old earthly home. Laughing, rolling his eyes and whacking his forehead over the absurdities he sees, he's watching...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSomebody call the Supreme Court. Media outlets across the land have discovered that Southwest Airlines recently almost infringed on the right of passengers to dress like TV weather girls. In July, Kyla Ebbert, 23, bound from San Diego to Tucson, was...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersJohn McCain's comeback victory in New Hampshire on Tuesday puts the Arizona senator back in contention in a Republican presidential race that still doesn't have a clear front-runner, but he faces a series of challenges. McCain split registered...
Tags: Bob Dole, South Carolina, Florida, Elections, Mike Huckabee
Sun reporterHailing a cab in Baltimore could get more difficult this summer. With the average gas price threatening to top $4 a gallon, several Baltimore cabdrivers said yesterday that the steep jump in fuel costs is taking money out of their pockets and forcing...
Tribune staff reportersBarack Obama spoke of "hope and change" on Monday, kicking off his fall campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination at a rally where he told voters that those words are not just rhetoric but rather "the causes of my life." Over a thousand miles...
Tribune national correspondentsOprah Winfrey came to South Carolina on Sunday with a message tailored to the state's considerable African-American community, asking it to cast aside doubt and support the black man she assured them could -- and should -- be elected president. On the...
Don Galloway, an actor best known for portraying a detective on the television series "Ironside" who later became a law enforcement officer off-screen, has died. He was 71. Galloway died Thursday at Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno after having a...
Tags: Crimes, Health, NBC (tv network), New Hampshire, Death
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersWrapping his arms around newly homeless victims, greeting grimy firefighters and predicting a "better day ahead," President Bush on Thursday brought a dose of compassion to fire-ravaged Southern California. But in touring by air and foot a region still...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersTriumphant or chastened, candidates for president swept across New Hampshire on Friday in a fusillade of campaigning, opening a four-day battle before voters cast ballots in the first primary of the 2008 presidential contest. Democrat Barack Obama and...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSen. Hillary Rodham Clinton doesn't tell Iowa voters that in his younger days, her chief rival for the Democratic nomination behaved badly. She never lays out incidents from Sen. Barack Obama's past that could be exploited in a general election contest;...
NEW YORK (AP) - About a quarter of the nation's TV stations cut off their analog signals Tuesday, causing sets to go dark in households that were not prepared for digital television despite two years of warnings about the transition. Though most...
Times Staff WritersJohn Fuchs was checking his 401(k) account online one afternoon when he saw something that seemed amiss. Listed along with his regular contributions was a $48 charge, in red. That's odd, he thought. Why would anyone be taking money out of his account?...
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