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  • Picture: Craig Johnson at autism protest

     
    Craig Johnson's office sends along this picture of him protesting radio talker Michael Savage's trashing of autism victims. Johnson attended the protest on Sunday outside Savage's station in San Francisco, accompanying LI autism advocates. Not a bad place...
  • Anthrax suspect commits suicide

     
    A New York City Emergency Service police officer inspects a mailbox on Fifth Avenue in New York/ (October 17, 2001) (AP photo) by Frank James A federal government biodefense expert has apparently committed suicide just as prosecutors were about......
  • Anthrax and the source: Some staggering questions

     
    The latest reports on the late Dr. Bruce Ivins and federal suspicions in the post-9/11 anthrax mailings -- which helped ratchet up our nation's collective fear and loathing about Islamic fundamentalist terrorism and Iraq -- suggests of course that the.......
  • The Bush legacy: Fear or compassion?

     
    by Mark Silva In the assemblage of material that might measure, in perhaps some predictive manner, the legacy which President George W. Bush will leave, some focus squarely on the Bush administration's tactical response to the terrorism of Sept. 11,......
  • Bushes in Beijing: A certain 'candor'

     
    by Mark Silva This visit of President Bush to China, for the opening ceremony of the summer Olympics, was not only a sporting occasion. It was a family reunion. And it was political as well, on the ramparts, if not......
  • The Art of Zoom

     
    Looking to add some zip to your life? Unless you live under a rock, you???ve seen Mazda???s Zoom-Zoom marketing campaign. During the launch of its 2009 Mazda6 sport sedan, Mazda shared its tips for a Zoom-Zoom lifestyle....
  • Tragedy: Bernie Mac Dies

     
    Talk about the wind getting sucked out of you: Bernie Mac has died. This news comes just about a day after the public relations firm PMK notified the press that he was responding well to treatment and would probably......
  • FAU manages to dodge the rain drops

     
    The Voice has had to keep a close eye on the weather radar when planning the practice schedule, and Tuesday his timing was about perfect. He moved the practice back to 11:15 a.m. from the planned 3:30 p.m. start,......
  • Arkansas Dems chair Gwatney dies

     
    by Frank James Hours ago, Bill Gwatney, chairman of the Democratic Party of Arkansas, was shot several times by a man who pushed his way past staffers into Gwatney's Little Rock office. Now comes word via a joint statement......
  • Those left standing will appear at FAU FanFest

     
    Well, The Voice relented in the face of a mounting list of injuries. The final session of Friday's 3-a-day was turned into a very short walk-through, giving the players their first break since the start of camp. Just who......
  • Six rules for a successful VP rollout

     
    by Paul West Anyone who has followed the career of Steve Jobs knows that new product rollouts can be richly rewarding. Barack Obama and John McCain would like nothing better than to copy Apple's success when they bring their own......