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  • Pope John Paul II Beatified Before Massive Crowd

    Pope John Paul II Beatified Before Massive Crowd
    The late Pope John Paul II was moved a major step closer to sainthood on Sunday at a ceremony that drew about a million and a half people to Rome and was celebrated by Catholics around the world. "From now on Pope John Paul II shall be called 'blessed,'"...
  • The naked faces of 'Power'

    The naked faces of 'Power'
    In 1860, Abraham Lincoln went to Cooper Union in New York to deliver the speech that would launch his national political career and help him secure the Republican presidential nomination. But before the speech, Lincoln marked the occasion by stopping...
  • Joel Brinkley: Evidence points to Mugabe as world's most destructive leader

    When Catherine Bragg, a senior United Nations official, ended a three-day visit to Zimbabwe this week, she warned that the humanitarian situation there remains extremely fragile. There's a bit of diplomatic understatement if I've ever heard one....
  • Evidence points to Mugabe as world's most destructive leader

    (This is a revised version of Joel Brinkley's column. The first paragraph has been changed. Please use this version.) The United Nations is warning that the humanitarian situation in Zimbabwe remains extremely fragile. There's a bit of diplomatic...
  • 'The Man From Beijing' by Henning Mankell

    'The Man From Beijing' by Henning Mankell
    In the frozen woods of the Swedish hinterlands, a lone wolf gnaws on the frozen corpse of an elderly man. The nearby village is covered in snow and deathly quiet. Inside the small homes lie the slaughtered bodies of 18 more victims, all but one of the...
  • Times' Paul Pringle wins George Polk Award for SEIU stories

    Times' Paul Pringle wins George Polk Award for SEIU stories
    Los Angeles Times staff writer Paul Pringle has won a George Polk Award for investigative stories that "revealed potential corruption" in California's largest union local, it was announced today. In August, Pringle reported that a Los Angeles local of...
  • Mass murderers on notice

    Can monsters be deterred? Or are the people who commit the most unthinkable crimes against humanity mass murder, torture, genocide so hell-bent on evil that the normal considerations of common criminals, such as fear of being caught, don't apply? If...
  • The Times' 2009 wish list

    The Times' 2009 wish list
    The fates were kind to The Times in 2008. OK, not the financial fates, what with our parent company's bankruptcy filing and all. But five of the 31 wishes we made last year at this time came true; that may not seem like an impressive record, but in the...
  • What to do with Fannie and Freddie?

    What to do with Fannie and Freddie?
    What's the right role and structure for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac? How about the Federal Housing Administration? Previously, Abromowitz and Mitchell discussed John McCain’s proposal for the government to buy bad mortgages, the biggest players in...
  • Mugabe: a tyrant from the start

    As Zimbabwe's president, Robert Mugabe, presides over what might be the most rapid disintegration yet of a modern nation-state, it has become de rigueur for journalists, politicians and academics to offer what has become a near-universal analysis: Mugabe,...
  • Defending Thabo Mbeki

    James Kirchick has pounded out several Op-Ed articles on South Africa and Zimbabwe and gotten them published in major newspapers, like “South Africa’s unseemly alliance." His claim that the leaders of South Africa's ruling African National...