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The Swampby Mark Silva So much for the narrowing contest. NBC News and the Wall Street Journal tonight add to the other story line: A widening gap between Barack Obama and John McCain . Obama 52 percent, McCain 42 percent in......
The Swampby Mark Silva While Congress may be reluctant to bail out the ailing American auto industry, mostd Americans support the idea of a federal loan to the automakers, a poll shows. Fifty-five percent of those surveyed this week said the......
The Swampby Mark Silva Americans appear fairly divided over the prospect of bailing the nation's automakers out of a financial jam that could force at least one into bankruptcy. And, much like the debate playing out in Washington this week with......
The Hartford CourantThe Rev. Geno Sylva walked away from the wreckage staring straight ahead. He wore a red hard hat and the white collar of a Roman Catholic priest. A purple stole hung around his neck. He came hoping to comfort the injured. He expected to perform the...
Times Staff WriterFor 40 years, federal law has prohibited broadcasters from accepting money or anything of value in exchange for playing songs on the radio without disclosing the practice to listeners. But internal documents obtained by the Los Angeles Times indicate...
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