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May 18, 2000 | From the Washington Post
At the touch of a button last Friday, the Clinton campaign accidentally sent out the personal e-mail addresses of hundreds of reporters and members of the campaign's inner circle. The addresses appeared at the top of a message intended to offer an update on a visit the first lady was planning to Manhattan. The list was then forwarded to Internet gossip Matt Drudge, who posted a report about it on his Web site Sunday.
September 16, 1999 | From Associated Press
Hackers on Wednesday vandalized the Web sites for the Nasdaq Stock Market and the American Stock Exchange, but there was no evidence they manipulated data. A group calling itself "United Loan Gunmen" infiltrated the computer running the sites just after midnight. The hackers left a message--the high-tech equivalent of graffiti--and also claimed to have briefly created an e-mail account on Nasdaq's computer, suggesting a broader breach in security.
July 17, 2000 | From Reuters
Senate candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton Sunday angrily denied having uttered an anti-Jewish slur 26 years ago, calling the allegation "politics of the worst kind." Clinton, who is running for the Senate representing New York against Republican Rep. Rick Lazio, was reported in a new book to have blamed Bill Clinton's 1974 congressional race loss on his campaign manager Paul Fray, supposedly calling him a "Jew bastard."
October 6, 1999
Heather Ramsey, commercial artist and armchair occultist, was paging through a book of vintage games and puzzles when a picture of a child's toy changed her future. What she saw was a "guessing box," a turn-of-the-century gizmo that purports to tell the future. The premise is simple: Ask the box a question, then tilt it as a tiny silver ball rolls across the surface, coming to rest at the answer.
April 16, 2004 | Steve Carney, Special to The Times
A New York judge Thursday ordered liberal talk-radio network Air America Radio back on in Chicago, but Los Angeles listeners to the 2-week-old service have an indefinite wait before it returns to the airwaves here. MultiCultural Radio Broadcasting Inc., which leases airtime to Air America on station WNTD-AM (950) in Chicago and KBLA-AM (1580) in Los Angeles, pulled the talk lineup featuring comedians Al Franken and Janeane Garofalo, rapper Chuck D and others off the air Wednesday.
The Scene: The incandescent peak of what an Oscar party should be--Graydon Carter's Vanity Fair shindig at Mortons. It was packed, it took forever to get in, and it was worth the wait.
July 11, 2004 | David Shaw
"We report, you decide." That's the slogan of Fox News. It's baloney, of course. Fox is probably the most biased of all mainstream news outlets. But Fox has been successful -- at least in part, I'm convinced -- because more and more people want biased news, no matter how much they protest to the contrary. Actually, let me rephrase that slightly.
February 11, 1999
Edward Weston opened his first photography studio in Tropico--now Glendale--in 1911, just as Modernism was reaching California. A new exhibition opening today, "Edward Weston: Photography and Modernism," traces how Weston's work became increasing influenced and eventually influential in the Modernist arena.
March 9, 2001 | STEVE HARVEY
A Drudge match? Conservative cyber-gossip Matt Drudge has moved from L.A. to some luxury digs near Miami Beach, where he has already felt the sting of one of his new neighbors--a man-of-war jellyfish. "I was skinny-dipping in the ocean one night," he told the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, "and one of those things got me on the behind." Small consolation, however for the stinging the Democrats believe they suffered in Florida in November.
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