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  • Groups worry that sea otters will take a hit during salmon season

     
    The recreational salmon fishing season opened Saturday from Point Arena to the Mexican border, and with it has come concern for ocean mammals' safety, specifically sea otters residing in Monterey Bay. The worry is that the animals may be at......
  • Recruiting Roundup: The Nation

     
    A breakdown of the top recruiting news and notes from the long weekend. Ole Miss gets three commits on the Fourth of July There were more than just figurative fireworks over Oxford, Miss. this weekend, as Ole Miss had a huge recruiting haul in the...
  • 19 months in, a few Americans think Obama is Muslim, but nearly half don't know what he is

     
    So what is Barack Obama's religious faith and why all the confusion?...
  • Movieland Mystery Photo [Updated]

     
    Los Angeles Times file photo [Update: This is a production shot from “Tennessee Johnson,” published Jan. 2, 1943. The fellow on the ladder with the gloves is director William Dieterle.] In this mystery scene, we have a large room, a......
  • Who knew we needed a $1 Andrew Johnson coin?

     
    And wait til you hear what this Andrew Johnson guy accomplished, besides being nearly thrown out of office....
  • Another President's Day -- for Jefferson Davis

     
    Today is the 150th anniversary of Jefferson Davis as president of the Confederate States of America....
  • Deadly streak in Md. prisons comes amid staff reductions

    The strangling death of Philip E. Parker Jr. last month as he sat shackled on a prison bus was shocking, but hardly unusual in the violent atmosphere that pervades Maryland's correctional system. As a Baltimore County grand jury indicted twice-...
  • Chapter Eight: The Debt

    Chapter Eight: The Debt
    James Forman stepped into The Riverside Church in Harlem clutching a cane in one hand and a copy of his "Black Manifesto" in the other. It was May 4, 1969, and the mostly white congregation - 1,500 voices strong - was singing the Sunday service's...
  • The cream of a bumper crop: The 1997-8 Tribune All-State boys basketball first team

    The cream of a bumper crop: The 1997-8 Tribune All-State boys basketball first team
    Illinois-Chicago coach Jimmy Collins took one look at the Tribune's 1997-98 All-State basketball team and made this proclamation: "Give me those five guys right now, and I'd go a long way in the NCAA tournament." Collins' dream team would feature 6-...