| Feb 19, 2010
| 6:35 AM
The fiery crash of a plane into a Texas office complex by a pilot with apparent tax troubles wasn't the first time a protester went after an Austin IRS building.
In 1995, Charles Ray Polk plotted to bomb the IRS Austin Service Center. He was released...
| May 12, 2002
Comparing the work of Gore Vidal--22 novels, five plays, numerous screenplays and hundreds of essays--with, say, the highly publicized grumblings of Cornel West over whether Harvard or Princeton was a more congenial academic environment for an African...
| Sep 11, 2001
| 2:00 AM
Fear gripped the heart and shattered the nerves of America on Tuesday as an anxious nation reacted with disbelief and horror to the carnage from terrorist attacks in New York and Washington.
The destruction of both towers of the World Trade Center, a key...
| Sep 12, 2001
| 2:00 AM
To make a statement about the resiliency of Chicagoans in the face of crisis, city leaders urged workers to head back to their offices Wednesday, a day after terrorists unleashed an unprecedented attack upon the U.S.
"I think they can go to work--they...