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October 1, 2005 | ARIANNA HUFFINGTON
NOW THAT Judy Miller has finished testifying, finished spinning for the cameras on the courthouse steps, finished hugging her dog and finished eating that special meal she wanted her husband to prepare, she needs to do what Time reporter Matt Cooper did and immediately publish a full and truthful account of her involvement in Plamegate. Because what she -- and the New York Times' publisher and editor -- have said so far just doesn't add up.
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OPINION
October 1, 2005 | ARIANNA HUFFINGTON
NOW THAT Judy Miller has finished testifying, finished spinning for the cameras on the courthouse steps, finished hugging her dog and finished eating that special meal she wanted her husband to prepare, she needs to do what Time reporter Matt Cooper did and immediately publish a full and truthful account of her involvement in Plamegate. Because what she -- and the New York Times' publisher and editor -- have said so far just doesn't add up.
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SPORTS
November 27, 1992 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They were brothers by nature even before they were brothers by law. Sean Miller and Ethan Taub, the odd couple of the Foothill High School football team, were running around together before their parents were married. They are old friends, who became related. It's your typical case of "opposites attract." Miller, a senior, is a laid-back cornerback who takes pride in denying yardage. He's a detail kind of guy who gets out of bed at the first sound of the alarm clock.
OPINION
July 6, 2005 | ROSA BROOKS
In the midst of the media's love-fest for Judith Miller, 1st Amendment Martyr, it's easy to forget that Miller's questionable journalistic ethics left her in the doghouse only a year ago. Indeed, when it came to leaks, the only people busier than White House staffers last year were the denizens of the New York Times' newsroom, who fell all over themselves to excoriate Miller to competing publications.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 21, 1997 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Emmylou Harris picks pickers the way a Wall Street Midas picks stocks. For more than 20 years, the acclaimed country singer's recording and touring bands have reflected her stylistic diversity and her knack for attracting blue-chip talent. Harris has employed bluegrass aces--among them Sam Bush and Al Perkins of her early-'90s band, the Nash Ramblers--and twangy roots-rock guitar heroes, including James Burton and Albert Lee.
OPINION
July 6, 2005 | ROSA BROOKS
In the midst of the media's love-fest for Judith Miller, 1st Amendment Martyr, it's easy to forget that Miller's questionable journalistic ethics left her in the doghouse only a year ago. Indeed, when it came to leaks, the only people busier than White House staffers last year were the denizens of the New York Times' newsroom, who fell all over themselves to excoriate Miller to competing publications.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 16, 2003 | Mike Anton, Times Staff Writer
She is the Cal Ripken of bus drivers, the Iron Lady of safety. As they say in baseball, you can look it up: 30 years of service, more than 2 million miles traveled -- and not one bent fender that was her fault. "I just cruise along, and I'm patient," says Judy Miller, who was recently honored by the Orange County Transportation Authority for being the first OCTA bus driver to make it three decades without causing an accident.
NEWS
May 7, 1985 | Associated Press
Police armed with a search warrant found $131,600 in a safe deposit box Monday as they continued to investigate the swindle of a 76-year-old Los Angeles man. Metro Police Lt. Joe Greenwood said $270,000 has now been recovered in the scam and another $30,000 to $40,000 is missing. Found in Safe Deposit Box The money was in a safe deposit box rented to Den and Judy Miller and was contained in a pillowcase, Greenwood said.
OPINION
July 10, 2005
Last week, the Supreme Court ruled 5 to 4 to let the government seize a person's house and give it to a private developer if they think a city or town could make more money. This falls under the rule that one man's home is another man's Wal-Mart. * As you know, Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor is stepping down. She didn't want to resign -- she just wants to make sure she's home so nobody can seize her house. -- Jay Leno * U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 16, 2003 | Mike Anton, Times Staff Writer
She is the Cal Ripken of bus drivers, the Iron Lady of safety. As they say in baseball, you can look it up: 30 years of service, more than 2 million miles traveled -- and not one bent fender that was her fault. "I just cruise along, and I'm patient," says Judy Miller, who was recently honored by the Orange County Transportation Authority for being the first OCTA bus driver to make it three decades without causing an accident.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 21, 1997 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Emmylou Harris picks pickers the way a Wall Street Midas picks stocks. For more than 20 years, the acclaimed country singer's recording and touring bands have reflected her stylistic diversity and her knack for attracting blue-chip talent. Harris has employed bluegrass aces--among them Sam Bush and Al Perkins of her early-'90s band, the Nash Ramblers--and twangy roots-rock guitar heroes, including James Burton and Albert Lee.
SPORTS
November 27, 1992 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They were brothers by nature even before they were brothers by law. Sean Miller and Ethan Taub, the odd couple of the Foothill High School football team, were running around together before their parents were married. They are old friends, who became related. It's your typical case of "opposites attract." Miller, a senior, is a laid-back cornerback who takes pride in denying yardage. He's a detail kind of guy who gets out of bed at the first sound of the alarm clock.
OPINION
July 9, 2005
Re "Journalist Jailed for Not Revealing Source to Court," July 7: As I take the time to admire New York Times reporter Judith Miller's courage in going to jail to protect her integrity, I have some big qualms about protecting the anti-whistle-blower she won't identify. Whistle-blowers need constitutional protection, from both the law and, it seems, other whistle-blowers. CIA agent Valerie Plame's name was leaked to punish her husband, whistle-blower Joseph Wilson. I find this every bit as chilling a threat to freedom of the press as the jailing of Miller.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 4, 2012 | By Kate Mather, Los Angeles Times
Keith Miller got a beast of a wake-up call Thursday morning. The 71-year-old had just stepped outside his Altadena home to get the newspaper when he saw "this huge bear, looking like a Volkswagen, staring at me," Miller said. "It ran one way and I ran the other. " Before Miller made it back inside, he turned to see where the bear - which had been snacking on leftover birthday cake tossed in a garbage can - was headed. That's when he saw two cubs scamper up an oak tree in his frontyard.
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