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  • Republican debaters aim answers at next states

    Republican debaters aim answers at next states
    In a debate flecked with appeals to voters in upcoming primary states, Republican presidential candidates clashed Thursday over their suitability for the presidency and which of them could best carry forward the mantle of Ronald Reagan. Barely two...
  • Candidates ring in 2008 on the trail

    Faced with conflicting polls, single-digit temperatures and a merciless calendar, the top candidates for the two major-party presidential nominations entered the new year at a frenzied pace today, with several candidates parking campaign buses and...
  • Obama breaks from Bush's policies by ordering Gitmo to close, halting harsh interrogations

    Breaking forcefully with Bush anti-terror policies, President Barack Obama ordered major changes Thursday that he said would halt the torture of suspects, close down the Guantanamo detention center, ban secret CIA prisons overseas and fight terrorism...
  • Unleash the financial furies against North Korea

    Unleash the financial furies against North Korea
    On Monday, the U.N. Security Council voted to condemn North Korea's recent missile launch and ordered the Sanctions Committee to enforce financial sanctions and an arms embargo against Pyongyang. It remains to be seen how far countries such as China and...
  • U.S. appeals to China to help stabilize Pakistan

    The Obama administration has appealed to China to provide training and even military equipment to help Pakistan counter a growing militant threat, U.S. officials said. The proposal is part of a broad push by Washington to enlist key allies of Pakistan in...
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  • North Korea's mysterious power broker

    He is an enigma from the world's most secretive state, a behind-the-scenes political operative known mostly as a trusted brother-in-law to North Korean strongman Kim Jong Il. But Jang Song Taek has recently emerged as a decisive player in the drama of...
  • Book Calendar

    Book Calendar
    Words & Ideas Compiled by Grace Krilanovich. TODAY An Evening of New Nonfiction With Wayne Koestenbaum, Sarah Thornton and David L. Ulin The three authors, of "The Queen's Throat," "Seven Days in the Art World" and "The Myth of Solid Ground,"...
  • Bunny's seductive memories

    Bunny's seductive memories
    "Money Walks," a serial novel by 16 Los Angeles writers who will be appearing at this year's Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, runs through Friday. The festival takes place on Saturday and Sunday at UCLA. Bunny didn't kid herself. She knew she was not...
  • Swedish Ambassador

    Swedish Ambassador
    Chef, cooking teacher, tour guide and cookbook author. Anna Mosesson has done it all. She was born, literally, in a family manor in Scotland, learned to cook from her Finnish nanny, now lives in Italy where she runs food tours and speaks with an English...
  • Obama gets high marks in polls

    Obama gets high marks in polls
    Approaching his 100th day in the White House at a time of economic turmoil, President Obama holds the approval of nearly two-thirds of Americans surveyed for the job that he is performing – and seven in 10 say they like Obama, the man. Most say they...