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Oklahoma City Bombing (1995)

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  • Patt Morrison Asks: Memorial man Peter Walker

    Patt Morrison Asks: Memorial man Peter Walker
    Berkeley landscape architect Peter Walker has designed bigger projects than the 9/11 memorial in New York, but probably none has carried more weight. The opening of the eight-acre plaza Sunday marks 10 years since the terrorist attacks, and almost as many...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: Balloteer Kim Alexander

    Patt Morrison Asks: Balloteer Kim Alexander
    The first California election that Kim Alexander cast a ballot in was a pip; voters decided 16 state propositions -- on creating a state lottery, capping welfare, limiting campaign contributions -- and gave their former governor, Ronald Reagan, a second...
  • Komisarjevsky Deserves Vigorous Defense

    Komisarjevsky Deserves Vigorous Defense
    Over the years, I've run across a fair bit of prejudice against lawyers. I'll not suggest that lawyers don't earn a certain amount of disdain, but when a white, tobacco-chewing, sheriff implied that if I came through his county after dark I'd never...
  • Differences on foreign threats emerge in GOP debate

    Differences on foreign threats emerge in GOP debate
    Republican presidential contenders jousted over Pakistan, Afghanistan and the Middle East on Tuesday night in a tense national security debate that laid out sharply contrasting views on how to keep America safe from attack. Candidates raised the...
  • World View: An emotional return to the twin towers

    All I could hear was the sound of perpetually falling water. I stood recently in the shadow of the Freedom Tower under construction, and faced one of the two parapets with names of the dead etched in bronze. Not even the rattle of jackhammers in the...
  • Family: Elk Grove Village man held in bomb plot 'can't hurt anyone now'

    Family: Elk Grove Village man held in bomb plot 'can't hurt anyone now'
    By the time Gregory Weiler II was in his late teens, his family said, the Elk Grove Village native was well down a path toward destruction. Both his mother and father had committed suicide before he was 16, and Weiler had also tried to kill himself in...
  • Social Security considering 'barrier' at Woodlawn campus

    Social Security considering 'barrier' at Woodlawn campus
    The Social Security Administration is planning to build a "security barrier" at its Woodlawn headquarters that officials say is needed to protect employees and visitors. Though available details of its design are sparse — several elected...
  • Victims of 1998 Africa bombing still seeking compensation

    Victims of 1998 Africa bombing still seeking compensation
    Fourteen years after a truck bomb ripped through the U.S. Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya, the families of 12 Americans killed in the attack are still fighting for federal compensation that has been granted to other terrorism victims — a struggle that has...
  • Sources: Former head of San Antonio FBI to head Chicago office

    Sources: Former head of San Antonio FBI to head Chicago office
    A former head of the FBI office in San Antonio has been tapped to run its office in Chicago, a source said today. The appointment of Cory B. Nelson is expected to be announced early next week, the source said. Nelson will succeed Robert Grant, who...
  • Candlelight vigil expands Sykesville family's vision for Angel of Hope garden

    Candlelight vigil expands Sykesville family's vision for Angel of Hope garden
    Maryland's first Angel of Hope statue stands in a garden across from the South Carroll Senior and Community Center, on Mineral Hill Road, in Eldersburg. The statue, depicting an angel with her arms raised and standing about 4 feet tall, is surrounded by...
  • With a morning boom, BGE's landmark gas holder became a local memory

    With a morning boom, BGE's landmark gas holder became a local memory
    As the clock ticked down Sunday, the morning clouds disappeared, as if they were in on the months-long planning that went into the destruction of Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.'s final natural-gas holding silo. Then, as if someone were turning on...