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It's just a parade, after all, a once-a-year parade, so in the grand scheme of things, the Tournament of Roses Parade doesn't matter — until it does. And it does. There's a paradox at the core of Pasadena's pretty street party. What began in...
Tags: Republican Party, Politics, Culture, Mardi Gras, Harry S. Truman
Opinion L.A.I do love the Tournament of Roses parade, but not always for the same reasons other people do. Anything that’s watched on television by tens of millions of people, and watched from Pasadena’s sidewalks by thousands more -- no ,......
Sun National StaffFOUNTAIN, Colo. - These days, Army Sgt. Robert Lynn O'Neil's pride and joy, a dark-red truck with monster tires, sits untouched in front of his family's house. It's parked against traffic and at an awkward angle, as if its owner had been in a great hurry...
Tags: George W. Bush, Weddings, Family, Anxiety, U.S. Army
More than 50 ethics scholars have signed a letter asking President Bush to support medical research using cells from human embryos, and more U.S. senators went on record Friday as supporting the research. "We urge you not to close this door on what might...
Tags: Republican Party, Texas, Indiana, Politics, John Kerry
Judo Where: Ano Liossia Olympic Hall. When: Aug. 14-20. Top U.S. performers: Alex Ottiano, Jimmy Pedro, Brian Olson, Ronda Rousey, Celita Schutz. U.S. chances: The U.S. has never won a gold medal in judo. U.S. competitors have won 10 medals, four...
Washington BureauRepublicans appeared certain to retain control of the U.S. Senate early Wednesday after pulling off key wins in the South, and they had the prospect of widening their current narrow margin by winning several Senate races that were still undecided....
Tags: Election Day, Texas, Politics, Illinois, Tom DeLay
Washington BureauThe Democratic campaign to take back the Senate looked nearly impossible just a few months ago. Republicans were poised to assert their claim to five Southern seats held by Democrats who are retiring. They planned to vigorously challenge Senate...
Times Staff WriterFederal authorities plan to raise concerns with the Santa Ynez Band of Mission Indians in Santa Barbara County about how the tribe regulates gambling at its casino, one of the most profitable in California. Philip Hogen, chairman of the National Indian...
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