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Ethics

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  • Navy nurse refuses to force-feed Guantanamo detainees

    In the first known rebellion against Guantanamo's force-feeding policy, a Navy medical officer recently refused to continue managing tube-feedings of prison hunger strikers and was reassigned to "alternative duties." A prison camp spokesman, Navy Capt....
  • Bears Q&A: Radio analyst Tom Thayer

    Bears Q&A: Radio analyst Tom Thayer
    Tom Thayer is preparing for his 18th season as the analyst for Bears radio broadcasts on WBBM-AM 780 and he has optimism a year after the offense set a franchise record for yardage. With the Bears entering Year 2 under coach Marc Trestman, Thayer is...
  • Justina Pelletier Goes To D.C. To Lobby For Research Bill

    Justina Pelletier Goes To D.C. To Lobby For Research Bill
    Justina Pelletier traveled to Washington, D.C., Wednesday to advocate for a bill named in her honor. Pelletier, 16, spent 16 months at the center of a widely publicized custody battle between her family and the State of Massachusetts. She returned to...
  • The plight of the hermit crab

    If you spend any time in a beach town this summer, you will see them: souvenir shops peddling hermit crabs with sparkly rainbows or cartoon characters painted on their shells to tourists who have no idea how to care for them. Save your money and the...
  • Guidelines for Freelance Writers

      Dear Travel Writer: Welcome to the cornerstone of what we do. What follows is the most important information contained in these several pages. The Los Angeles Times values honesty, fairness and truth. We understand the difficulties of the...
  • The least civil race for County Commission

    Thank goodness no one was sitting in between opponents Alexandra Davis and Barbara Sharief, or someone might have gotten their eyes clawed out. As you can see from this video, relations between the two in the race for Broward County Commission...
  • IRS in 'bunker mentality' as interest groups, media join Congress in seeking information

    WASHINGTON Congress isn't alone in trying to wrest answers out of the embattled Internal Revenue Service. The courts, public interest groups and the media are all struggling with uneven transparency and cooperation from the agency. News that the IRS...
  • Democratic lawmakers move to upend ruling on birth control

    WASHINGTON Taking up advice from Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., congressional Democrats Wednesday introduced legislation to get around the court's decision last month to exempt private corporations from having to provide coverage for...
  • Millennials want more out of work

    Millennials want more out of work
    My son started his first job in the chemistry field a year ago, right out of college, and was seemingly successful at it — until the day he quit. He enjoyed his co-workers and travel, but wanted a job with less sales and more science. So he found a...
  • John Hall Fish, 1932-2014, urban activist, dies

    John Hall Fish, 1932-2014, urban activist, dies
    Driven by a desire for social justice and racial reconciliation, John Hall Fish spent much of his career connecting college students and recent graduates with urban nonprofit organizations. In 1969, Mr. Fish co-founded the Associated Colleges of the...
  • Ask Amy: Keeping accidental sneaker freebie is unethical

    Dear Amy: Last week my wife and I purchased three pairs of sneakers at a store. The service was poor and the experience was frustrating. As we were leaving I noticed the cashier only charged us for two pairs of sneakers. I chose not to say anything...