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  • Obama vows to rebuild economy on stronger footing than 'illusion of prosperity'

    With the major elements of his economic recovery plan now laid out, President Barack Obama warned Tuesday that the climb out of recession will not happen overnight and he called on Americans to show patience and faith that things will get better. "We...
  • Workday filled by TV, exercise, reading

    Thomas Shelden, a fourth-grade teacher at Charles White Elementary in Westlake, is one of about 160 school district employees "housed" by L.A. Unified. Shelden was accused of sexually harassing a fellow teacher. A district inquiry did not substantiate...
  • Injured war zone contractors fight to get care

    Injured war zone contractors fight to get care
    Civilian workers who suffered devastating injuries while supporting the U.S. war effort in Iraq and Afghanistan have come home to a grinding battle for basic medical care, artificial limbs, psychological counseling and other services. ------------------...
  • A better way of dealing with society's neediest

    So what exactly am I doing on Capitol Hill? I'm at a congressional briefing, which wouldn't be entirely out of the ordinary, except that I'm not taking notes and not planning to beat up on anyone. I'm the keynote speaker. Yes, friends, the republic is...
  • Letters to the editor

    Torture is torture Re “Files detail CIA tactics on captives,” April 17 Just because torture was legal in Nazi Germany did not make it right. Nor did it protect Nazi war criminals from prosecution at the Nuremberg trials. Just because some...
  • Movie review: Fighting -- 2 out of 5 stars

    Randy Crawford's 1970s cover of "Street Life" blasts from the soundtrack and Fighting director Dito Montiel (A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints) fills the screen with precisely that -- a grungy, hustling Midnight Cowboy New York. The director plays a...
  • Foreign interpreters hurt in battle find U.S. insurance benefits wanting

    Foreign interpreters hurt in battle find U.S. insurance benefits wanting
    After the invasion of Iraq, the U.S. military discovered that rebuilding the country and confronting an insurgency required a weapon not in its arsenal: thousands of interpreters. To fill the gap, the Pentagon turned to Titan Corp., a San Diego defense...
  • Challenge Is Official: Mystic Democrat Cites Reasons To Oppose Dodd Senate Race

    Standing in front of his home Tuesday morning, Democrat Merrick Alpert declared his intention to take on U.S. Sen. Christopher Dodd, a man he blasted as "part of a culture of corruption in Washington." Borrowing a page from the playbooks of Dodd's two...
  • Call Him The Anti-Dodd: Simmons Focuses On His Foe's Woes A Race For The Senate

    Three days after announcing his plan to take on Connecticut's senior senator, Rob Simmons breezed past a bunch of kids sitting in the gym of the Regional Multicultural Magnet School in New London. It wasn't a political appearance: Simmons was here to...
  • Foreign workers for U.S. are casualties twice over

    Foreign workers for U.S. are casualties twice over
    Rey Torres dreamed of a better life for his wife and five children when he left a neighborhood of wooden shacks and burning trash piles to drive a bus on a U.S. military base near Baghdad. He hoped to send his children to college and build a new home...
  • J.D. Power Survey Ranks The Hartford High And Travelers Low

    The Hartford ranked third in the nation and Travelers came in 17th in a survey of customer satisfaction when shopping for auto insurance released Tuesday by J.D. Power and Associates. The annual survey, which doesn't address claims handling, asks...