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Sonya Reinhart, a longtime supervisor in the Social Security Administration's Office of Disability Operations who had been a child actress, died July 18 of a massive coronary at Sinai Hospital. The Owings Mills resident was 82. The daughter of a...
WASHINGTON (AP)— The Supreme Court signaled Wednesday that it could throw out other key parts of President Barack Obama's health care law if it first finds the individual insurance requirement unconstitutional. On the third and last day of...
Associated PressConcluding three days of fervent, public disagreement, a Supreme Court seemingly split over ideology will now wrestle in private about whether to strike down key parts or even all of President Barack Obama’s historic health care law. The justices&...
Times Staff WriterBy most conventional measures, Paul Fredo is an American success story. The son of a coal miner, he made almost $200,000 in the last year, enough to place him in the top 2% of wage earners. As a financial manager for the U.S. unit of Alstom, the French...
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This column a few years ago discussed nuclear power and how our country was underutilizing it in generating electricity. A man who works for a company called ConvertCoal, Inc., or CCI, recently contacted me because of that article. The company, founded...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday March 14, 1997 "Margaret's Museum" is one of those gratifying, intimate films in which all elements seem to mesh perfectly. A love story set against a deepening drama of social protest, it has a distinctive psychological twist to which its...
Tribune staff reporterTwo thousand feet below the rolling, wind-scrubbed hills, in a remote section of North America's deepest coal mine, the walls began to creak and pop. In a dark corridor about 100 feet away, two miners watched as long steel bolts anchored into the rock...
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Tribune staff reportersEven as many underground coal mines slowly improve their safety records, America's Appalachian coal cradle is plagued by rising injury rates and growing numbers of safety violations linked to company negligence, federal records show. Eastern Kentucky and...
The following is a transcript of a speech by the Reverend Jesse Jackson, Sr. at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday, July 28, 2004: Tonight the pendulum swings from pain to possibilities. From hurt to hope. Darkness to light. The line of...
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