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The Relentless Reach of Laura Heilig Thanks to a dogged San Diego detective and DNA science, a killer faces a jury 15 years after a gruesome sex homicide.
A Message From the Grave Fifteen Years After DNA Scientist Helena Greenwood Was Murdered in Del Mar, the Science She Helped Advance May Have Snared Her Killer
Levi Strauss and the Price We Pay The Cost of Apparel Has Declined for a Quarter Century, Helping Make Americans the Best-Clothed People in History. All Is Right in the World, Unless You Ask How It Happened.
Prison Rape Quick Now: What Has 2 Million Victims, Turns Passive Men Violent, Spreads HIV and Could Be Stopped Overnight? If You Said 'Prison Rape,' You're in on the Joke.
Undermining American Workers Record Numbers of Illegal Immigrants Are Pulling Wages Down for the Poor and Pushing Taxes Higher
A Final Resolution An Oregon Man Suffering From an Untreatable Cancer Lives in the Only State Where He Can Legally Take His Own Life. He Makes the Decision.
At long last, Abe gets his due -- honest A new library-museum delves into the president's life, with boyhood scenes, everyday insights, a re-created slave auction and other exhibits.
The OD MD Physician and Author Jay Cohen Says Pharmaceutical Companies Are Endangering Lives by Recommending Drug Doses That Are Too High for Many Patients
Going, Going, Gone How Gray Davis Gave Up California's Last Chance to Settle Environmental Issues at Indian Casinos.
Who's Watching the Casinos? Indian Gaming Is Transforming California Into the World's Gambling Mecca. Does Anyone in Sacramento Care?
It Was the Cat.. Naturalists tell us that, more than any other cause, roaming tabbies are the scourge of the little creatures that struggle to survive around and beneath us.
The Disaffection of Tammy Bruce Once a Leader in the National Organization for Women and a Voice for Gay-Lesbian Rights, Today the Former Talk-Show Host Is Politically Homeless--Though You Wouldn't Know It From the Hugs She's Giving David Horowitz, Larry Elder and Other Conservatives.
California's Big Gamble If Voters Say Yes to Vegas-Style Casinos on Indian Land, Gamblers Won't Be the Only Winners and Losers. Everyone Will Feel the Change.
Indian Tribes Win the Jackpot in Campaign Finance Today there are few special interests richer than the gambling tribes. They have spread casinos across the nation that generate an estimated $12 billion annually.
Taking a Life Joseph Luna Was Convicted 17 Years Ago of Killing a Fellow Prisoner. Now a State Corrections Official Has Stepped Forward to Say Luna Acted in Self-Defense and Should Be Set Free.
A Hit Man's Guilt John Patrick Sheridan Was Lucky. He Murdered 'Big Mac' McKenna and Got Away With It. Then He Heard About the Dying Man's Last Words.
Reversal of Fortunes Battles are heating up between tribal operators of casinos and those rural residents who relish tranquillity.
Busting The Good Samaritan San Diego Police Called Wildlife Activist Bob Farner to Remove an Injured Deer. So How Did He Become The Focus of a Criminal Investigation?
An Uncivil Discourse The Uproar Over David Horowitz's Ad in the UC Berkeley Newspaper Has Challenged One of the Fundamentals of University Life: the Free Exchange of Ideas.
Beverly Hills Law & Order When a 19-Year-Old Was Shot at the Home of L.A. Clippers Owner Donald T. Sterling, Police Sought Charges Against His Son Scott. But the D.A.'s Office Declined to File, For Reasons Detectives Still Don't Accept.
The Perversion Of Hate Laws Against Hate Crimes Are an Idea Gone Sour. Prosecutors Apply Them Unfairly and the List of 'Special Victims' Keeps Growing.
Gifts From Greeks Arianna Huffington Is a Brilliant, Captivating, Wickedly Funny Enemy of the Establishment. She Also May Be a World-Class Opportunist.
Worst-Case Scenario The Story of Herman Atkins' Years Imprisoned as an Innocent Man Might Scare the Hell Out of You. It Should.
Still Afloat After Sinking at the Box Office What ever happened to that sailboat in the movie "Waterworld?"
Heavy Days at Jenny Craig The Diet Company Soared With Its Sensible Approach to Eating and Weight Control. Then the Market Changed--and the Company Didn't
Emperor Norton The addled ?Norton I, Dei Gratia, Emperor of the United States and Protector of Mexico? was also the toast of Gold Rush San Francisco.
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The News Without Paper As newspapers decline and the Internet increases its presence in the news-gathering biz, San Diegans turn the page to fresh sources for local knowledge.
Chuck Mawhinney?Chronicles of a Killing Man The man is kneeling in the tall grass, unmoving as a lizard on a rock. He has learned the finesse of the expert killer, which is not to threaten but to lull.