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Sam Dohle never met Harry Truman, but after years of leading tours through the 33rd president's humble wood-frame birthplace in this flyspeck of a southwestern Missouri town, he feels a sturdy kinship. Dohle thinks he knows how Harry, as Dohle calls him,...
Special to the Tribune"H.M.S. Pinafore," the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta that first brought the dynamic duo fame in 1878, has moored at Cahn Auditorium. Light Opera Works is reviving this still-trenchant satire of class snobbery and British hypocrisy, the tale of a sailor...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Secretary of State Colin L. Powell will make a compelling case to the United Nations Security Council next week when he outlines the evidence against Iraq, but he is unlikely to produce a "smoking gun" or re-create what has come to be...
Frustrated Americans, angry at the massive carnage and destruction from terrorist attacks by a shadowy enemy, came together Wednesday, channeling their emotions into a burst of patriotism and an outpouring of benevolence. Across the nation, citizens were...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The chief U.N. weapons inspector told the United Nations Security Council yesterday that Iraq has not accepted the need to disarm, even to avoid war, and could possess thousands of chemical weapons, thousands of gallons of a germ warfare...
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