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Dan Quayle

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  • Testing the limits

    EDNA, Tex. -- It's hard to imagine a case with two antagonists more estranged than Linda Sue Davidson and Tupac Amaru Shakur. Davidson, a white middle-aged state trooper's wife, has spent the past 20 years raising her two children in this tiny Texas town...
  • Putting the cuffs on 'gangsta' rap songs

    The record industry is quietly putting an end to violent, angry "gangsta" rap songs that portray the killing of police officers. Rappers are still writing and recording songs about shooting cops, but some executives have decided that album cuts with such...
  • 1988: George Bush for president

    George Herbert Walker Bush should be the next leader of the United States and the Free World. His experience in the executive and legislative branches of government and his realistic defense posture make him a far better choice than Michael Dukakis....
  • 1992: George Bush for president

    In judging who should be the next president of the United States, it is not enough to look at promises of who can do the best job. And it is not enough to look at who can run the best political campaign. On those counts, Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton would...
  • 1992 Courant Clinton Endorsement

    In 228 years of continuous publication, The Courant has never supported a Democratic candidate for president. Today's endorsement of Bill Clinton is therefore a milestone for this newspaper. The decision rests not so much on Mr. Clinton's strengths as on...
  • From the archives: U.S. Easing Sanctions on China

    WASHINGTON -- Three months after the massacre of protesters in Beijing, the Bush Administration is gradually finding ways to ease or limit the impact of the moderate sanctions it has imposed on China. Since June, the coordinated efforts by the United...
  • From the archives: Berlin Wall to Come Down, Bush Predicts

    WASHINGTON -- President Bush, who three months ago called for tearing down all physical barriers that divide Europe, now flatly predicts the Berlin Wall will be dismantled during his presidency. His comments, the latest sign that Washington expects...
  • From the archives: Marcos Dies in Bitter Exile in Honolulu at 72

    Ferdinand E. Marcos, the crafty, controversial and ruthless former Philippine ruler, died of kidney, lung and heart ailments Thursday in Honolulu, where he had been in bitter and defiant exile for more than 3 1/2 years after fleeing a popular uprising and...
  • From the archives: The Inauguration of George Bush

    WASHINGTON -- Slouched in the back of a limousine sweeping down Pennsylvania Avenue, the same boulevard which today will treat him to a triumphant inaugural journey as vice president, Dan Quayle was feeling an ever-so-sweet vindication. "I mean when we...
  • From the archives: U.S., Iran Extend Diplomatic Feelers

    WASHINGTON -- The United States and Iran engaged in long-distance diplomacy Thursday over the fate of U.S. hostages in Lebanon, with an Iranian newspaper suggesting that the two nations use Pakistan as an intermediary and U.S. officials calling the report...