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When the big studios commit big bucks on their big franchises, the list of directors deemed equal to the task suddenly can grow very small. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: New directors: An article in Monday's Calendar section about studios'...
Top of the TicketAlso, John Cornyn, Bob Corker, Kevin McCarthy and Chris Van Hollen....
Today's topic: Providing health insurance for all and subsidizing premiums for the working poor would create a huge influx of business for insurers and providers. But analysts say that a significant percentage of the local markets in the U.S. are...
Tags: Insurance, Career and Workplace, Max Baucus, Barack Obama, Death
The Daily MirrorâThat Guiltiest Feeling,â by Clare Briggs. Jan. 26, 1920: "I would rather take part in the tribal dances of my people than the immoral dances of the white people today," Red Fox says. Jan. 26, 1920: A time capsule of views about Native Americans 90...
Barack Obama thinks the government should intervene on gas prices to "give families some relief," and last week called for releasing 70 million barrels of crude from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. John McCain proposes an end to the ban on offshore...
SIGRID FRY-REVERE is director of bioethics studies at the Cato InstituteCANDIDATES WHO promised to advance stem cell research fared well in this month's elections. Incoming House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said that stem cell therapy has "the biblical power to cure," and others have touted public funding for stem cell...
Why isn't cheese a bigger player in the Thanksgiving meal (other than the fact that there probably wasn't much of it in 17th century Plymouth)? Thanksgiving is the perfect opportunity to serve cheese, for reasons both lofty and practical. The lofty...
Tags: Hazelnuts, Cheddar Cheese, France, Plymouth, Holidays
Tags: Television Industry, Elections, Death, Employees, Politics
Today, local blogger Will Campbell and Cato Institute senior fellow Randal O'Toole determine who bears responsibility for the road rage between cyclists and motorists. Later in the week, they'll debate public funding for bike lanes and paths, cycling...
As The Times prepares to endorse a presidential candidate for the first time in over 35 years, The editorial board will examine the candidates' takes on essential American values while presenting its own philosophy on the issues as well. How much have The...
Tags: Laws, Abortion Issue, Richard Nixon, Values, Elections
Chicago TribuneWhat looks to be another home at 84 Via Santa Antonio is, in fact, a church. It is a modest place of worship, the size of a small living room. There is a marble altar, checkerboard floors, two chandeliers, an organ, 16 wooden chairs and four more in the...
GUSTAVO ARELLANO is a staff writer with OC Weekly, where he writes the "¡Ask a Mexican!" column. A portion of this essay originally appeared in the Weekly.THE REVOLUTION always finishes the same way: Someone claps. Then someone else. Someone else. Others join. More. Faster. More. Everyone in unison. Rhythmic. Louder. Faster. Finally, someone shrieks, "¡Qué viva la raza!" (Long live the Mexican race!). "¡Qué...
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