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December 10, 1997 | ELEANOR RANDOLPH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At first, the newspaper and the politician were reasonably friendly. The newspaper dutifully described the politician's game plan, outlined all his innovations. The government paid millions of dollars for legal ads in the paper. Then, one day, the newspaper started writing articles that the politician did not like. The government pulled out the ads, saying they were too expensive. It made trouble for a business run by the newspaper's owners, saying they did not have proper licenses and permits.
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December 10, 1997 | ELEANOR RANDOLPH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At first, the newspaper and the politician were reasonably friendly. The newspaper dutifully described the politician's game plan, outlined all his innovations. The government paid millions of dollars for legal ads in the paper. Then, one day, the newspaper started writing articles that the politician did not like. The government pulled out the ads, saying they were too expensive. It made trouble for a business run by the newspaper's owners, saying they did not have proper licenses and permits.
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August 1, 1999 | DAN PERRY, ASSOCIATED PRESS
In an explosion of fury on the Fourth of July, thousands of Puerto Ricans converged on a U.S. Navy base, waving a U.S. flag with skulls for stars and condemning the "Evil Empire." Two days later, Gov. Pedro Rossello, who may well be the most pro-American leader Puerto Rico ever had, asked the United Nations to declare the island a colony whose status must be resolved next year. This is not how it was meant to be a year ago, when Rossello stood near the beach where U.S.
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February 9, 2005 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Donovan McNabb was so ill in the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl that a Philadelphia Eagle teammate called one play in the huddle, center Hank Fraley told a Philadelphia television station. "He fought to the end. He gave it his all," Fraley said on Comcast SportsNet in a show aired Monday night. "He could hardly call the plays -- that's how exhausted he was trying to give it his all.... He exhausted everything he had."
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