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South Florida Sun-SentinelSOUTH FLORIDA SUN-SENTINEL OP-ED ONLINE By Steven Hill With the Academy Awards over, it's time for a new year of thrilling cinematic chills. How about: "Spoiler Dilemma, Take Three," starring Ralph Nader? It's like a horror movie that keeps coming...
The Hartford CourantHundreds of Wesleyan students were converging on Foss Hill for Spring Fling last Wednesday when university officials learned that Johanna Justin-Jinich lay fatally wounded in an off-campus bookstore — and that the gunman was still at large....
sun reporterThe man whose finger-wagging image may forever be the lasting snapshot of baseball's so-called steroid era hasn't paid much attention to the sport's most recent drug scandal. Rafael Palmeiro spends his mornings working out, his days playing baseball with...
The family of the deputy killed in Tuesday's tragedy sent out this statement Thursday: "We, the family of Anne Jackson, want to acknowledge and extend our profound gratitude to all those people, relatives, friends, complete strangers, and the law...
Tags: Family, People's Bank, Crime, Law and Justice, Death, Crimes
KTLA's Stan Chambers is unique among television newsmen; he's been with the same station for 60 years. And in a major market like Los Angeles, where news personalities come and go almost as quickly as one switches channels, such longevity is no small...
Associated PressWASHINGTON - The White House and Congress must share some blame for the space shuttle accident that killed seven astronauts, the chairman of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board said yesterday. Ret. Navy Adm. Harold W. Gehman Jr. told the House...
In an unprecedented, apparently coordinated terrorist attack on the United States, two aircraft crashed into the World Trade Center in New York City and another into the Pentagon in Washington Tuesday morning, leaving horrific scenes of destruction in...
Chicago Tribune movie criticGreat wars and social tragedies can make the movies seem temporarily irrelevant. But, in the end, the emotions those cataclysms arouse and the memories they leave almost always enter into the movies -- and, eventually, they change them just as...
Tags: Billy Wilder, War Crimes, Fritz Lang, Crimes, Jean Renoir
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersThey had time to glimpse their fate, and precious seconds to tell of it. Unlike the victims inside the World Trade Center, these casualties of Tuesday's terror had an idea what was coming. "Our plane is being hijacked," TV commentator and author...
Tribune Media ServicesLeno and Letterman couldn't do it. Bill Maher tried but failed. "Saturday Night Live" tiptoed around it. And the talented comedians who appeared on a live, all-star telethon didn't even bother. So it was up to The Onion to try to wring some laughter...
Television turning into the nation's public square in the wake of tragedy is a familiar thing, even when the events are so staggeringly unfamiliar. But being able to witness tragedies as they occur, from an airplane crashing into a World Trade Center...
Tribune staff reporterIn the aftermath of Tuesday's catastrophe, when people confronted with unmitigated horror reached for something within their experience to compare it with, the event most often cited was Pearl Harbor. The surface parallels were there. Almost certainly,...
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