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Vanishing Point Not a Memoir Ander Monson Graywolf Press: 192 pp., $16 "I can only try to make my burden of proof, and show you a preponderance of evidence, of fact and fiction, on my behalf," writes Ander Monson in "Vanishing Point: Not a Memoir." "I...
Tags: Donald Barthelme, Dining and Drinking, Book, Gaming, James Agee
L.A. Times Tech BlogBloggers rip, reuse and rehash text and media from the entrails of the Internet all the time, but the legality of doing so remain contentious. Legal questions aside, the major blogging platforms have come to facilitate the reproduction of content from...
L.A. NOWCharles Manson has been denied 11 times. Manson follower Susan Atkins, who stabbed actress Sharon Tate to death more than 40 years ago, was denied parole even when she was terminally ill. Leslie Van Houten has been rejected nearly 20......
Top of the TicketThe unorthodox Republican politician starts her political rallies in Nashville with an eye on 2012. Or maybe not....
The Hero ComplexFIRST LOOK I own about 9,000 comic books but ask me to pick my single favorite and I don't need to think twice. It's "Superman vs. Muhammad Ali," which (despite the smirk-inducing title) was a world-class knockout when it arrived......
Top of the TicketThe Democrat visits Peoria to denounce sexual violence and get his shoes shined....
Top of the TicketBack in the day, when Dwight D. Eisenhower was in the White House, Lyndon Johnson was Senate majority leader and Sam Rayburn was speaker of the House, Americans still held their public officials in esteem. So it was a running......
The Daily MirrorDec. 19, 1975: President Gerald Ford chats with Supreme Court Justice Warren Burger, center, after John Paul Stevens, right, was sworn in as the courtâs newest member. Dec. 20, 1975: The Timesâ Linda Mathews covers Senate confirmation hearings on...
MATT WELCH is assistant editor of The Times' editorial pages.WHEN President Ford announced in his brief and sober inaugural address that "our long national nightmare is over," it wasn't just an attempt to lay the turbulent Nixon presidency to poetic rest. It was also a bit of wish-casting about the nation's deep...
Tags: Defense, Dick Cheney, Politics, National Security Agency, FBI
If you're one of the people who couldn't quite follow all the steps in the intricate little folk dance the Bush administration performed around the torture issue this week, don't feel left out. Ostensibly, all the back-and-forth was about the legality of...
A show of hands: What words do you associate with Americans? No, not "no money down." Name one quality we like to think matters most to us. Fairness, right? That makes us decent people, but it also makes us suckers. Tell us we're being unfair and we're...
CRAIG CHILDS is the author, most recently, of "House of Rain: Tracking a Vanished Civilization Across the American Southwest."ARCHEOLOGISTS recently discovered what appears to be the other half of Stonehenge, illuminating what they believe is a much larger Neolithic complex than has long been envisioned. What is coming to the surface seems strangely familiar. Looking closely...
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