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— Glenn McGovern joined the Air Force fresh out of high school and was plunged into a world of threats and intrigue. Assigned to protect U.S. bases worldwide, he studied the tactics of Germany's Red Army Faction, the attack style favored by...
Tags: Prosecution, Woodbridge, Crime, Law and Justice, Murder, Laws
In 1987, a Scoutmaster at a camp in northeast Georgia was accused of fondling a boy in a sleeping bag. The local Boy Scouts executive, Wayne Brock, followed Scouting procedures and documented the allegation before forwarding it to the group's Texas...
In the wake of the deadly school shootings in Newtown, Conn., a newspaper publisher on the other side of the country — in Idaho of all places, where gun ownership is up there with life and liberty as a solemn human right — found himself with a...
Ten years after terrorists hijacked four American jetliners and killed nearly 3,000 people, there's growing evidence that people with a previous history of depression, or who have been traumatized before, are far more vulnerable to developing post-...
Nation NowFlorida A&M: As law enforcement officials continue to investigate the possible hazing death of a Florida A&M student, they've uncovered possible financial misconduct at the school. Meanwhile, a Georgia school district is banning all band activities...
24 FramesWhat city in America can't live without “Bully”? According to a poll commissioned by distributor Weinstein Co., Cleveland is hot for the documentary— hotter than any other locale. We don’t know what that says about the best...
Black Lips bassist Jared Swilley discusses Mark Ronson, plans for a Middle Eastern tour and the band’s new album, 'Arabia Mountain'Pop & Hiss"Guess what I'm wearing?" Black Lips bassist Jared Swilley asked at the beginning of a recent phone interview, leaving an imaginative listener to fear the worst. After all, the scrappy Atlanta garage punk band has gained notoriety over the years......
Louis B. Fleming, who was one of The Times' first foreign correspondents and established bureaus for the newspaper at the United Nations and in Rome, died Sunday at his Pasadena home after a brief illness, said a daughter, Leni Fleming. He was 85. He...
Top of the TicketFormer House speaker gains media exposure with a watch from DisneyWorld. His social networking moves, however, give clearer clues of his political intentions....
The Defense Department last week identified the following American military personnel killed in Afghanistan and Iraq or who died at a military hospital of their injuries: Nekl B. Allen, 29, of Rochester, N.Y.; staff sergeant, Army. Allen was one of two...
Tags: Defense, Afghanistan, Death, Civil Unrest, Rebellions
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTHERE is no such thing as a Richard Jenkins movie, though he's been in more than 70 of them. Even in his best-known role -- as the mortuary paterfamilias, Nathaniel Fisher, on the HBO series "Six Feet Under" -- Jenkins was dead, haunting the characters...
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