| Mar 25, 2015
| 7:00 PM
Bruce Teitelbaum was the owner of Alligator Shredding. I have been his client for several years. A weekly visit by a shredder for most business owners is an uneventful, rather mundane brief few minutes of the week. Not with Teitelbaum.
He would come...
| Mar 5, 2015
| 12:30 PM
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to Congress on Tuesday to warn Americans of the anti-Western threats from theocratic -- and likely to soon be nuclear -- Iran.
Netanyahu came to the U.S. to outline the Iranian plan to remake the Middle...
| Feb 16, 2015
| 11:48 AM
After reading the Feb. 8 Tribune article “Ft. Hood wounded, dead to receive Purple Hearts” (News), I took a moment or two to pause.
My understanding is that in most instances Purple Hearts are awarded to those Americans in uniform who are...
| Feb 11, 2015
| 3:09 PM
Texas lived up to its reputation for swift justice by taking just three days to seat a jury for the trial of the man charged with killing the former Navy SEAL depicted in "American Sniper." But jury selection in two other major U.S. cases is taking much...
| Feb 3, 2015
| 3:22 PM
The Allianz Championship is one of the most popular events and attracts one of the strongest fields on the Champions Tour for several reasons:
It is the first full-field event of the season.
It is held in South Florida in February.
The Old Course at...
| Jan 23, 2015
| 2:00 PM
The U.S. Army specialist who shot and killed three soldiers last year at Ft. Hood, Texas, before taking his own life showed "no clear warning signs" that he might commit a violent act before the April attack, according to a report made public on Friday....
| Jan 23, 2015
| 4:13 PM
The Army's tools for identifying troubled soldiers would not have flagged the man who shot to death three people and wounded 16 others before killing himself at Fort Hood last year, despite previous signs of instability, a U.S. Army report said Friday....
| Jan 8, 2015
There are many profound inscriptions on the lobby walls of the Chicago Tribune, from great poets, philosophers, justices, each celebrating liberty and the mind of Western man.
But with the news out of Paris that Islamic terrorists killed at least a...
| Jan 5, 2015
| 1:37 PM
John Clagett Nuttle, a retired Rouse Co. executive who worked to build the Village of Cross Keys and Columbia, died of heart failure Dec. 31 at the Blakehurst retirement community. The former Ruxton resident was 92.
Born in Baltimore and raised in...
| Aug 25, 2014
| 2:33 PM
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. soldier armed with a pistol fatally wounded herself after barricading herself in a building at Fort Lee, Virginia, sparking a lockdown of the Army base, officials said.
The soldier entered the four-story Combined Arms...
| Dec 20, 2014
| 9:00 PM
The lone wolf is the new national nightmare, dramatized and amplified last week by the hostage-taking attack in Sydney, Australia. But there are two kinds of lone wolves — the crazy and the evil — and the distinction is important.