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Since the beginning of this year, the media has been dominated by stories about corruption by public servants. There have been four headline-grabbing trials to date . . . more
The men burst into the house and dragged out the 15-year-old boy as his mother screamed for help. The sheriff’s men bound the boy’s hands and feet, loaded him into their car and . . . more
There’s plenty of second-guessing on all sides as President Trump seeks to negotiate better trade deals for the U.S. But these negotiations are particularly tricky to get right . . . more
Six years ago, Long Beach was a city on the brink. We faced an inherited fiscal crisis and the daunting prospect of rebuilding after Superstorm Sandy. But working together, we rebuilt and made hard … more
After a college class a very long while ago, I sat in the late morning drinking Guinness in an old pub on Grafton Street, in Dublin, with author Alec Reid, a close friend of Samuel Beckett . . . more
Kilauea is blowing her top. These last weeks we have witnessed, from afar, a pyrotechnic extravaganza on the Big Island of Hawaii. more
In the fall of 1938, a defiant British member of Parliament named Winston Churchill rose to deliver a speech denouncing the Munich Agreement recently negotiated by Europe’s leaders to appease Adolf Hitler . . . more
I was hurrying on Broad Street in Philadelphia on April 22, headed to Temple University, when I happened upon a terrifying sight. more
He is the boogeyman in our worst nightmares. Kim Jong-un, absolute ruler, Dear Leader and beloved father of North Korea, is the 30-something tyrant who inherited his seat of power . . . more
It is premature to predict that the upcoming summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will produce any breakthroughs, like North Korea’s elimination of its nuclear arsenal. After all . . . more
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