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March 6, 2004 | Scott Gold, Times Staff Writer
This city, which over the years has seen its share of corruption, did not get terribly worked up when word first leaked that investigators were looking into whether shady deals and cronyism had plagued the former mayor's administration. But everything changed last month, when federal agents donning flak jackets drew their guns and used a battering ram to burst into a French Quarter home. They were not searching for drugs or weapons, but computer files and documents.
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March 6, 2004 | Scott Gold, Times Staff Writer
This city, which over the years has seen its share of corruption, did not get terribly worked up when word first leaked that investigators were looking into whether shady deals and cronyism had plagued the former mayor's administration. But everything changed last month, when federal agents donning flak jackets drew their guns and used a battering ram to burst into a French Quarter home. They were not searching for drugs or weapons, but computer files and documents.
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October 17, 2000 | MARK Z. BARABAK, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
Thelma French has a nightmare, which goes like this: All across Louisiana, indeed all across America, millions of black voters stay home on election day, lulled by good times and convinced they have little stake in the presidential election. It is French's nightmare--but it should make Al Gore toss and turn. If the race stays close, black turnout could be crucial in deciding whether Gore or George W. Bush is elected on Nov. 7.
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