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  • Anatomy of an Afghan war tragedy

    Anatomy of an Afghan war tragedy
    Nearly three miles above the rugged hills of central Afghanistan, American eyes silently tracked two SUVs and a pickup truck as they snaked down a dirt road in the pre-dawn darkness. The vehicles, packed with people, were 3 1/2 miles from a dozen U.S....
  • TB in elephants called 'a gray area'

    TB in elephants called 'a gray area'
    An animal-rights group contends that an elephant performing in Baltimore with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus poses a health risk to the public because she has tested positive for tuberculosis, but circus and government health officials...
  • Signs leave some in Southlake saying "What the Frack?"

    Signs leave some in Southlake saying "What the Frack?"
    Is it catchy marketing or just plain offensive? There's always controversy over gas drilling in north Texas, but this time there's a controversy over the signs. The city of Southlake says there's nothing it can do about it. It's a clear message to...
  • Liberty Teen Booted from School Over Gay Equality T-Shirt

    Liberty Teen Booted from School Over Gay Equality T-Shirt
    A Liberty High School student says that he was simply showing his support for equal rights for all. But a teacher and school official claimed that the shirt, which said "Queer + Straight = Equal" was offensive and forced him to go home. Now, student...
  • Teel Time: Why do schools hire headhunters for coaching searches?

    Teel Time: Why do schools hire headhunters for coaching searches?
    Three ACC schools have searched for men’s basketball head coaches this offseason and all three retained a headhunter. No offense to Dan Parker, Eddie Fogler and others in that biz, but hiring a search firm to find a coach, especially for cash...
  • Daily Pilot wins 2 statewide awards

    The Daily Pilot won two awards for investigative reporting over the weekend in the Best Newspaper Contest sponsored by the California Newspaper Publishers Assn. Pilot Staff Writer Mike Reicher won first and second place, respectively, in the...
  • Mosque Protest Barred By Michigan Court

    Mosque Protest Barred By Michigan Court
    A controversial Florida pastor was barred from protesting outside the largest mosque in the United States on Friday after a Michigan jury found his appearance was likely to provoke violence. Terry Jones, 59, was briefly jailed after refusing to pay a...
  • Sun insults Ruxtonites' character

    Since when does a newspaper, through the power of the pen by liberal and biased editorial writers, have the gall to chastise law abiding and productive citizens for expressing their freedom of speech? ("Discrimination in Ruxton," April 25.) To insult...
  • Book review: 'The Fear Within' by Scott Martelle

    Book review: 'The Fear Within' by Scott Martelle
    In his cogent, nuanced account of the 1949 prosecution of American communists under the Smith Act, former Los Angeles Times staff writer Scott Martelle sees this case fitting into a troubling pattern. From the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798 to the...
  • Not Just for Kids: 'Shine'

    Not Just for Kids: 'Shine'
    Shine A Novel Lauren Myracle Amulet Books: 359 pp., $16.95, ages 14 and up When it comes to sex and drugs, teen interest and parental tolerance tend to run in opposite directions. Simultaneously titillating and taboo, alluring yet off-limits, underage...
  • Nonprofit group declines to show how it spent taxpayer money

    With $5 billion in stimulus money for weatherization projects at stake, federal officials called for an unprecedented level of transparency to ensure citizens knew how their tax dollars would be spent. It remains a big secret in Illinois. In denying a...