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  • Book Talk-Reporter seeks 'Kennedy Connection' in JFK-inspired thriller

    By Jill Serjeant NEW YORK, Sept 4 (Reuters) - Take a disgraced reporter desperate for a comeback and a tip about new evidence in the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy and you have "The Kennedy Connection," a crime thriller written by a...
  • Reporter seeks 'Kennedy Connection' in JFK-inspired thriller

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Take a disgraced reporter desperate for a comeback and a tip about new evidence in the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy and you have "The Kennedy Connection," a crime thriller written by a media insider fascinated...
  • Spain's 7.5 million Catalans seek independence

    BARCELONA, Spain A new crack in the facade of European unity has appeared in northeastern Spain where an ancient people known as Catalans, speaking a language older than English, are seeking to leave Spain and form a separate state: Catalonia. Recent...
  • Ex-Tribune reporter said to have 'collaborative' relationship with CIA

    Ex-Tribune reporter said to have 'collaborative' relationship with CIA
    A website cofounded by journalist Glenn Greenwald has published emails suggesting that a former Tribune Washington bureau national security reporter submitted some of his work to CIA officials prior to publication, a practice banned by many media outlets,...
  • A.J. Langguth dies at 81; foreign correspondent and historian of wars

    A.J. (Jack) Langguth, a former foreign correspondent, longtime USC professor and historian of wars whose book on the Vietnam conflict was widely admired for a narrative sweep that gave serious weight to the perspectives of ordinary North Vietnamese and...
  • New York Times withholds endorsement for New York governor in primary

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - The New York Times declined to endorse either Governor Andrew Cuomo or challenger Zephyr Teachout in the Sept. 9 Democratic primary election, citing his failure to clean up corruption and her lack of political experience. In its...
  • Spotty Orioles coverage is the last straw [Letter]

    Spotty Orioles coverage is the last straw [Letter]
    Earl Weaver once said that he had given a player more chances than his first wife. The same can be said for my relationship with The Sun. I can go over a long list of issues that have taken a once proud newspaper to lowly depths and will be happy to go...
  • Verdugo Views: The true story of Iron Eyes Cody

    Verdugo Views: The true story of Iron Eyes Cody
    Iron Eyes Cody, who lived most of his life as an Indian, was very active in the Scouting program here in Glendale and often shared his knowledge of Indian lore with local groups. So, it was a surprise to many when a 1996 newspaper article said that Cody...
  • Plans call for multi-use development of Orlando Sentinel's downtown property

    Plans call for multi-use development of Orlando Sentinel's downtown property
    Owners of the two downtown blocks the Orlando Sentinel leases have filed plans to redevelop the land with apartments, offices, shopping and a hotel. Redevelopment plans for the property from Colonial Drive to Amelia Street along North Orange Avenue...
  • NYT regrets calling Michael Brown 'no angel,' but was the newspaper so wrong?

    The New York Times is expressing contrite second thoughts about a profile of Michael Brown, the 18-year-old who was shot to death by a police officer in Ferguson, Mo., that described Brown as “no angel.” Here’s the paragraph in...
  • Bob MacLeish: Ad man who helped homeless find shelter

    Bob MacLeish: Ad man who helped homeless find shelter
    He taught his three children to appreciate laughter, beauty and wonder, fought for his country in the South Pacific, spent decades working in advertising, ministered to jail inmates and helped Orlando's homeless find warm places to sleep on cold nights....