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  • The fateful politics of November 22, 1963

    WASHINGTON -- Among the greatest ironies of President John F. Kennedy's fateful visit to Texas in late November 1963 was that it was a political mission to resolve a rift among Texas Democrats looking toward his own re-election bid in 1964. The chief...
  • Parkland grad Lombardo has gone from being a fan to working at the Fanatic

    Matt Lombardo said that while growing up, he and his father shared Eagles season tickets in the 700-level at Veterans Stadium. "I did my fair share of screaming and yelling," Lombardo said. "I was your typical Eagles fan. But once we left the stadium,...
  • Foreign affairs

    Ever since President Clinton "did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky," whatever remains of standards seem to have fallen even lower among people who hold offices and positions once thought to require good behavior and strong moral...
  • 'Parkland,' looks back at the death of a president ★★

    'Parkland,' looks back at the death of a president ★&#9733
    We may never know who really was involved in the killing of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. But the opposite poles of the existing theories, cinematic division, stand in clear and livid disagreement. Oliver Stone in "JFK" argued that everybody did it except your...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: Albert Carnesale, Professor Nuclear

    Patt Morrison Asks: Albert Carnesale, Professor Nuclear
    As a matter of fact, he is a nuclear engineer. And through all of the titles Albert Carnesale has taken on in the upper reaches of academia -- professor and provost of Harvard and dean of its Kennedy School, chancellor of UCLA, where he is still a...
  • CEOs need to brace for G-8, NATO

    CEOs need to brace for G-8, NATO
    The G-8 and NATO summits being held in May in Chicago are expected to draw thousands of protesters, and Christie Hefner had heard that some local CEOs were being told by their senior staff to "get out of town" that week to avoid them. The warnings were...
  • UIndy lab to play key role in Canadian riot probe

    UIndy lab to play key role in Canadian riot probe
    A forensic video analysis laboratory at the University of Indianapolis, used to train law enforcement and security professionals from around the world, will soon serve Canadian authorities in their massive investigation of rioting and looting that...
  • Men accused of defrauding area business out of more than $1.6M

    Men accused of defrauding area business out of more than $1.6M
    Two men are accused of defrauding a Fishers branch of Stanley Black and Decker out of more than $1.6 million. Derek Bresky, 28, and Dennis Furst, 37, could face 20 years in prison if convicted.  Bresky is accused of using login information from his...
  • Secret Service investigating Obama Halloween display in Boone County

    Secret Service investigating Obama Halloween display in Boone County
    A Boone County man is causing controversy again with his Halloween display and now the Secret Service is looking into the matter. The display features a life-size effigy of President Obama hanging from the gallows. The display is in the front yard of an...
  • Man takes down controversial Halloween display for "safety of family"

    Man takes down controversial Halloween display for "safety of family"
    A Boone County man who featured President Barack Obama in a controversial Halloween display said he took it down for the safety of his family. The man, who did not want to be identified, said he was “exhausted” from responding to...
  • U.S. Attorney announces new public corruption task force

    U.S. Attorney announces new public corruption task force
    A new task force will work to aggressively investigate and prosecute corruption cases. U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett announced the formation of a public corruption working group Monday. The group will meet regularly to share information about public...