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  • Tim Russert, 58; keen-minded NBC journalist brought blue-collar touch to political coverage

    Tim Russert, 58; keen-minded NBC journalist brought blue-collar touch to political coverage
    New York Tim Russert, the longest-serving moderator of NBC's "Meet the Press" and the lion of the Washington press corps, died of a sudden heart attack Friday. He was 58. Russert had returned early from a family trip to Italy and was working at NBC's...
  • Cajun Mardi Gras

    The teenage boy is covered in mud, literally from head to toe. After wading through a flooded rice field to catch a wayward chicken, he wipes mud from his eyes. "I almost had him," he says to a friend with a shake of his head, and shrinks back to his...
  • Suing over crosses on government land

    Suing over crosses on government land
    Today's topic: What's the central focus of Salazar vs. Buono -- who has standing to sue over violations of the 1st Amendment's establishment clause, or, more broadly, whether any religious display on publicly owned land is constitutional? The U.S....
  • 'The fiesta of the people'

    'The fiesta of the people'
    Blue Demon Jr. is in trouble. His tag-team partner has been knocked into a stupor and the other men in the ring have pinned Demon in a corner, where one pounds at his midsection while the other pulls at the blue-and-silver Lycra hood that envelops his...
  • Kettleman City cleft deformities raise questions of a cluster case

    Kettleman City cleft deformities raise questions of a cluster case
    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has ordered state health and environmental agencies to continue to investigate a rash of birth defects that occurred in the small San Joaquin Valley town of Kettleman City. Five of 20 babies born in Kettleman City over a 14-...
  • Veteran in Conflict

    Veteran in Conflict
    Arguably the most telling piece of information in the FBI files on Sen. John F. Kerry is his speech at the University of Nevada Las Vegas on Sept. 30, 1971. He was at the height of his success as a spokesman for Vietnam Veterans Against the War, a motley,...
  • Air Ducts Hide a Trove of Memories

    Air Ducts Hide a Trove of Memories
    CAMP ROBERTS, Calif. — Crews demolishing old military barracks on this sprawling base near Paso Robles stumbled on a surprising find: wallets. Tumbling out of heating ducts suspended from the ceilings, the wallets were stuffed with remarkably well-...
  • The tuba, a.k.a. the bass of the brass

    The tuba, a.k.a. the bass of the brass
    Children of the '50s and '60s may remember "Tubby the Tuba" -- the story, set to music, of a very shy brass instrument in a symphony orchestra. All Tubby wants is a solo. If his saga rings a bell, however, it's probably because of the narrator of the 1947...