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  • Eric Holder's trip to Ferguson, Mo., rooted in his civil rights pledge

    Eric Holder's trip to Ferguson, Mo., rooted in his civil rights pledge
    Eric H. Holder Jr.'s planned trip Wednesday to the center of riot-torn Ferguson, Mo., in many ways began 5 1/2 years ago, when he became the nation's first African American attorney general and pledged to make federal civil rights enforcement a hallmark...
  • Chan Lowe: Hate speech

    Chan Lowe: Hate speech
    Back at the dawn of time, one of my jobs was as a feature writer for the Daily Oklahoman newspaper. Oklahoma City was a back-bench state capital whose citizens were nonetheless proud of their town. When the wind blew from one direction, you smelled the...
  • Ft. Carson employee blames 'Columbine' threat on auto correct

    A former civilian employee at Ft. Carson near Colorado Springs, Colo., is headed to trial over allegations that he threatened to turn the Army base into "Ft. Columbine" and "Ft. Hood Part 2" in a massacre. Douglas Kunz, who has pleaded not guilty and...
  • Donald Trump's Chicago marker

    Donald Trump's Chicago marker
    Let's be honest. Our latest civic tizzy isn't rooted in the fact that big, back-lit letters have been affixed to the riverfront side of Trump International Hotel & Tower. It's rooted in what those letters spell. If the 20-foot-6-inch-high letters...
  • Las Vegas killings: What will protect us from tyrannical neighbors?

    Las Vegas killings: What will protect us from tyrannical neighbors?
    The details out of Las Vegas are chilling: Two extremists declaring a revolution gun down two police officers in cold blood, kill a third person at a nearby Wal-Mart, then kill themselves in an apparent suicide pact during a gun battle with other police...
  • Doctors assist in executions despite ethics rules

    For more than 50 executions, Missouri relied on Dr. Alan Doerhoff to assist. Doerhoff, 70, said he became involved in the 1970s when the warden at the prison that handled executions retained him because they had been childhood friends. ------------...
  • Después de 50 años en el país, EEUU niega nacionalidad a veterano de origen cubano

    ORLANDO — Mario Hernández, de 58 años, pasó múltiples controles y revisiones para entrar al Ejército estadounidense y para ser guardia de una prisión federal, donde contó con la suficiente confianza como para vigilar a Timothy McVeigh, condenado por...
  • Review: 'The Baby Boom' by P.J. O'Rourke

    Review: 'The Baby Boom' by P.J. O'Rourke
    The Baby Boom, that largest of American generations, is a bundle of contradictions. Its signal characteristics are self-absorption and short attention spans, but also tolerance, nonviolence, a tendency toward political engagement (for better or worse)...
  • Sundance Film Review: 'Dinosaur 13'

    Those looking for a classic instance of the little guy being screwed by big government need look no further than "Dinosaur 13." Todd Douglas Miller's engrossing documentary moves from the triumphant discovery of what remains the world's largest, most...
  • Legal battle flares over Dzhokhar Tsarnaev security measures

    Civil rights groups are now weighing in on security measures placed on Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and his lawyers, arguing that they are too restrictive and may be preventing the defense from adequately preparing for what may be a...
  • The book that cured me of JFK conspiracies once and for all

    The book that cured me of JFK conspiracies once and for all
    For a few years after seeing Oliver Stone’s 1991 political thriller "JFK," I was an assassination buff. I bought one of the books on which the film was based: “On the Trail of the Assassins” by Jim Garrison. I reread “Libra,”...