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  • Feinstein in familiar role as she scolds Obama over NSA scandal

    Feinstein in familiar role as she scolds Obama over NSA scandal
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Early in her U.S. Senate tenure, when she was chewing through staff like a rototiller, Dianne Feinstein offered one of the least apologetic, most self-aware comments of her many decades in public life. "I don't get ulcers,” she...
  • Letters: From a surplus to deficits

    Re "The wrong medicine," Opinion, Oct. 28 Thank goodness for Sen. Bernie Sanders' (I-Vt.) simple and lucid spending summary of our "national credit card" statement and how we quickly erased the $236-billion annual surplus that Bill Clinton left us...
  • Big-bucks battle shaping up over bid to raise malpractice award limit

    Big-bucks battle shaping up over bid to raise malpractice award limit
    SACRAMENTO — You don't need to be a Nobel economist to understand that dollars today aren't anything close to their worth four decades ago. Gasoline, real estate, medical care—they've all skyrocketed in cost. Everything's gone up, that is,...
  • Doug Engelbart obituary: Inventor of computer mouse dies at 88

    Doug Engelbart obituary: Inventor of computer mouse dies at 88
    SAN FRANCISCO — Doug Engelbart, the inventor of the computer mouse and developer of early incarnations of email, word processing programs and the Internet, has died at the age of 88. The Computer History Museum, where Engelbart had been a fellow...
  • Newt Gingrich says Obama 'shouldn't give them what they want'

    Newt Gingrich says Obama 'shouldn't give them what they want'
    Newt Gingrich, making an appearance on "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" on Wednesday to promote his new gig on CNN's recently resurrected "Crossfire," offered his thoughts on the current impasse between President Obama and the GOP. "He shouldn't give...
  • Marc Rich dies at 78; his pardon by Clinton stirred controversy

    Marc Rich dies at 78; his pardon by Clinton stirred controversy
    Marc Rich, the trader known as the "King of Commodities" whose controversial 2001 pardon by President Clinton just hours before he left office unleashed a political firestorm of criticism, died Wednesday. He was 78. The billionaire trader in oil, metals...
  • EPA headquarters named for Bill Clinton

    EPA headquarters named for Bill Clinton
    WASHINGTON – The Environmental Protection Agency’s Washington headquarters now carries the name of former President Clinton, who acknowledged Wednesday that the honor could have gone instead to his vice president, Al Gore, who is perhaps...
  • Obama praises Bush for 'strength,' 'resolve' after Sept. 11

    Obama praises Bush for 'strength,' 'resolve' after Sept. 11
    DALLAS — President Obama praised former President George W. Bush on Thursday for standing tough in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and for his early support for immigration reform, drawing strong allusions to his current challenges...
  • Golden Globes: Tina Fey, Amy Poehler to host 2014, 2015 ceremonies

    Golden Globes: Tina Fey, Amy Poehler to host 2014, 2015 ceremonies
    Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will serve as co-hosts at the 2014 and 2015 Golden Globes, NBC announced Tuesday. The comedic personalities will follow up their 2013 turn hosting the show. Fey and Poehler's Globes earlier this year was considered one of the...
  • Crowds gather for March on Washington 50th anniversary

    Crowds gather for March on Washington 50th anniversary
    WASHINGTON -- Fifty years after the historic March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, thousands once again took to the streets of the nation's capital to call for economic and racial equality. As the crowd made its way down Constitution Avenue, one...
  • In America, not isolationism but skepticism

     In America, not isolationism but skepticism
    President Obama and his aides were surprised this month by the strength of public opposition to their call for military action against Syria. They shouldn't have been. Americans have almost always been reluctant to go to war. In 1939, polls showed...