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Washington BureauIn a sign of the enormous logistical and security challenges surrounding the upcoming trial of Zacarias Moussaoui, a bill allowing victims' relatives and survivors of the Sept. 11 attacks to watch via closed-circuit television was greeted Thursday with...
Here, in the hometown of our new enemy, everything eventually betrays. Even the Red Sea. Tonight, in staggering 100-degree heat, scores of Saudis have been drawn to the Corniche, the path that cuts along the jagged coast of this old port city. There...
Sun StaffThe No. 7 elevated train clanks and squeals along the rooftops of Queens, scattering pigeons on the way past Shea Stadium, sliding by graffiti on brick and rusty steel. The riders, a polyglot mix, study textbooks, argue into cell phones, chat in Korean,...
Tags: Science, Wildlife, Beam Gymnastics, Transportation, Government
Sun StaffWASHINGTON - In blunt testimony before Congress, Mayor Martin O'Malley and Police Commissioner Edward T. Norris criticized the FBI yesterday for not working more closely with the nation's local law enforcement agencies in its sweeping pursuit of suspected...
South Florida Sun-Sentinel Staff WriterIn the airport of the future, metal detectors will be as outdated as black and white TV, playing backup to an assortment of sophisticated high-tech machines. The new devices will scan passengers' faces to ensure they are not terrorists, X-ray entire...
Associated PressALBANY, N.Y. - "Son of Sam" serial killer David Berkowitz has written a letter telling the Washington-area sniper to "stop hurting innocent people." "I feel that I have been feeling this person's anger and rage toward law enforcement," Berkowitz wrote in...
Northeast MagazineOn Mother's Day, mother was away. For a 17-month-old boy, it is evidently an inconvenience to be the child of two poet-parents. On any given holiday, one of them can stray from Trenton's leafy capital neighborhood to give a reading in a place called New...
HW: Who asked you to do the article… The Memorial. I think that one of the things that really kind of threw me off of even doing the article, until the tenth anniversary, there was nothing to commemorate the six children that were injured in the bombing....
Tags: Science, Contracts, Super Bowl, Government, Finance
Tribune senior correspondentSusan Walton started planning her charity, Suited for Success, in the early 1990s, sketching out an idea to collect used suits and blouses from working women and then distribute them to needy recipients who can't afford professional outfits for job...
The death penalty has had a long, turbulent history in the courts. The Supreme Court first ruled it unconstitutional in 1972 in the case of Furman vs. Georgia. The court found the statute was being applied arbitrarily both at the state and federal...
Tags: Punishment, Georgia, Local Government, Colorado, Murder
The boy who sat alone in the school library reading comic books became the soldier hunkered in his barracks reading Guns & Ammo magazine. Fresh out of high school, Timothy James McVeigh showed up for his first job as a security guard sporting a bandolier...
Tribune staff reporterSitting on a richly patterned Oriental rug beside a mound of 14,000 hard, white beans, Talat Hamdani tirelessly scooped up handfuls of the dried legumes and slowly dropped them, bean by bean, into an overflowing cereal bowl as she silently prayed one of...
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