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August 15, 1999 | EDWARD LAZARUS, Edward Lazarus is the author of "Black Hills, White Justice: The Sioux Nation Versus the United States, 1775 to the Present."
Thirty years ago, in a time of national soul-searching as Americans suffered through a bloody war in Asia and assassinations and civil strife at home, Dee Brown's "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee" unleashed a torrent of guilt over the sins of the country's domestic conquests. A generation later, amid prosperity at home and a pax Americana abroad, introspection about the victims of our own empire building is largely a forsaken endeavor.
June 16, 2009 | Alexandra Zavis
A former Cedars-Sinai Medical Center employee was sentenced to four years and eight months in prison after pleading guilty Monday to stealing patient information to defraud insurance firms of $354,000. The hospital had sent letters in December to more than 1,000 patients, warning them that their information had been found during a search of the home of James Allen Wilson, who worked in the billing department from 2003 to 2007.
September 8, 2004 | Vikram David Amar and Akhil Reed Amar
While the United States tries to persuade the Arab world to embrace democracy, ethnic equality and women's rights, at home we're set to pick a chief executive via an electoral college system that was designed in part to cater to slavery and to accommodate the disfranchisement of women. As we all were reminded in 2000, the presidential candidate with the most popular votes nationwide does not necessarily win.
December 1, 1985 | ERIC BAILEY, Times Staff Writer
Jose (Dreamer) Gonzales was trapped on enemy turf. The Halloween night brawl between two rival Long Beach street gangs had run its brutal course, but Gonzales was stranded when his friends piled into their beat-up cars and screeched away. Frantically trying to escape, Gonzales scampered down an alley. It was a mistake; half a dozen toughs from the rival gang cornered the 20-year-old. They swarmed over him, landing blows with fists, two-by-fours and a shovel.
March 1, 1997 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Three Hartford police officers were arrested on charges stemming from the videotaped pistol-whipping of a motorist and an alleged cover-up attempt. A camera inside a police cruiser caught 10 seconds of the Feb. 14 beating outside the police station in suburban Bloomfield, which followed a 3-mile chase from adjacent Hartford. The officers said they chased 37-year-old James Wilson because they thought he was a fugitive who had attacked a police officer in a separate incident.
June 12, 1986 | From Associated Press
Janitor-turned-Long Beach Councilman James Wilson, who resigned last month after being sentenced to three years in prison for accepting bribes from fireworks king W. Patrick Moriarty, died today. Wilson, 58, free on bail pending an appeal of his conviction, was taken by rescue squad to St. Mary Medical Center in full arrest from an apparent heart attack.
January 1, 2006 | Peter Y. Hong, Times Staff Writer
On New Year's Day 1990, the young men of the USC football team won the biggest game of their lives. Led by first-year quarterback Todd Marinovich, the Trojans fought their way past the University of Michigan Wolverines in the Rose Bowl. The score had been tied until the final two minutes, when Ricky Ervins, the diminutive tailback from Pasadena, ran in the final touchdown for a 17-10 victory and was named the Rose Bowl's most valuable player in his hometown.
March 26, 2014 | By Daniel Miller
Journalist Willow Bay has been named director of the journalism school at USC's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, the university announced Wednesday. Bay, 50, is  a senior editor at the Huffington Post and a s pecial correspondent and host for Bloomberg TV . She also has been a producer, author and  television news anchor, and is married to Bob Iger, chairman and chief executive of Walt Disney Co. “The breadth of Willow Bay's experiences, skills and talents is extraordinary,” said Ernest James Wilson III, dean of the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, in a statement.  “Her leadership will help our innovative school aggressively continue our path of creating -- and defining -- the digital future.” ON LOCATION: Where the cameras roll Bay has co-anchored ABC's "Good Morning America/Sunday" and CNN's "Moneyline News Hour," and was the lead writer and producer of CNN's weekend news program "Pinnacle.
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