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WORLD
January 26, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Two colonels, a lieutenant colonel and two command sergeants major were among the 12 U.S. soldiers killed last weekend in the crash of a Black Hawk helicopter northeast of Baghdad, the Pentagon said. It appeared to be the largest number of key officers and command sergeants killed in a single incident since the Iraq war started nearly four years ago. The helicopter went down Saturday in Diyala province, one of the volatile regions in the Iraq conflict.
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ENTERTAINMENT
November 18, 2013 | By Jessica Gelt
Former "CBS Evening News" anchor Dan Rather participated in a media conference call Thursday to discuss AXS TV's one-hour special, "My Days in Dallas: A Remembrance With Dan Rather," which premieres Monday at 5 p.m. PST. Talk of the chaotic events surrounding the assassination of President Kennedy dominated the call, but Rather was also asked questions about CBS' handling of the botched "60 Minutes" Benghazi, Libya, segment, as well as about CBS'...
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 7, 2009 | Joe Holley, Holley writes for the Washington Post.
Charles R. Bond Jr., a retired Air Force major general and one of the last surviving Flying Tigers, died Aug. 18 from the effects of dementia at Presbyterian Village North, an assisted-living community in Dallas. He was 94. In September 1941, he left the Army Air Forces to volunteer for service in China as part of a secret program, the American Volunteer Group, nicknamed the Flying Tigers, under Gen. Claire Chennault. Made up of about 400 pilots and ground personnel and based in Burma and China, the Flying Tigers protected military supply routes between China and Burma and helped get supplies to Chinese forces fighting the Japanese.
NEWS
July 20, 1987 | Associated Press
The body of a ninth teen-ager was recovered Sunday from the Guadalupe River and the search continued for a youth who disappeared while helping others caught by a flash flood during a church camp trip. About 60 National Guardsmen and 100 law enforcement officials took part in the search, and ranchers and farmers along the river were asked to check the banks downriver, officials said.
WORLD
October 21, 2010 | By Ken Ellingwood, Los Angeles Times
Mexican authorities Thursday announced the arrest of a gang leader who allegedly directed the fatal car bomb attack in Ciudad Juarez last summer that stoked fears of a dangerous escalation in the drug war. Fernando Contreras Meraz, identified as a regional boss of an armed gang known as La Linea, was arrested Wednesday in the northern city of Chihuahua with 13 other suspects, federal police officials said. Contreras is accused of overseeing the July 15 blast that killed four people, including a police officer, on a busy Juarez street.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 23, 2008 | Matea Gold, Times Staff Writer
A New York state Supreme Court judge Monday limited the scope of Dan Rather's $70-million lawsuit against CBS Corp., tossing out his claims that the network committed fraud and unlawfully interfered with his contract in his final months at the news division.
NATIONAL
November 23, 2004 | From Associated Press
Heavy rain Monday in the San Antonio and Austin areas flooded streets, stranded cars and closed roads. Rising creeks and streams also threatened some homes, forcing residents to move to higher ground, authorities said. San Antonio police reported one death, after a vehicle was swept from a roadway. In New Braunfels, rescue crews evacuated 24 children from a day-care center. Flooding also shut down a large section of the city's downtown. Gov.
OPINION
July 8, 2004
Re "Kerry's Own War Over Vietnam," July 5, on Sen. John Kerry and his combat record: First of all, he has one, unlike some others who denigrate his. As a veteran of World War II, I really don't care if Kerry spent his service time hiding in a corner of his river boat and got a Purple Heart for cutting his finger opening a can of C-rations. He served his country honorably in combat, and his record can testify to his daring and skill. Unlike some others, his service record has no mysterious gaps, and his commanders do remember him. Maybe he did use tactics "outside the book," but so did many other combat commanders, such as Gen. George S. Patton.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 1, 2004 | Greg Braxton, Times Staff Writer
Janet Jackson did not attend the Oscars in body. But she was there in spirit, along with fellow absentees Mel Gibson, President Bush and other newsmakers who were the subjects of a safe brand of humor throughout the show. At this point, what more could be said about Jackson's Super Bowl halftime performance? Host Billy Crystal made a few good-natured attempts. In one segment, Crystal scolded Robin Williams, who kept tugging at the lapel of his tux to reveal his shirt.
OPINION
January 12, 2005
Re "Report Condemns CBS News; 4 Lose Jobs," Jan. 11: CBS News and the independent panel's report conclude that the documents referred to in the infamous broadcast cannot be authenticated because the originals are not available. CBS News should make public all documents, including e-mails, notes, memos. CBS News has stonewalled and sidestepped the path to complete disclosure since day one. In the Jayson Blair matter, the New York Times admitted its mistakes, sought out the truth, published it and fired executives.
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