While GOP House leader Tom DeLay, who faces his own legal and ethics problems, pontificated on saving Terri Schiavo and George W. lectured about a “culture of life,” their actions spoke louder than their hollow words. [This is a companion editorial to ]
On the second anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, hundreds of thousands demonstrated in some 40 countries to protest the continuing war and occupation. Following is a small sampling:
Chicago IL, Helena MT, St. Louis MO, Tucson AZ.
South African actress Pauline Malefane carries a mug on her head during filming of “U-Carmen e-Khayaletsha,” an exuberant adaption of George Bizet’s opera, which was a surprise winner of the Golden Bear at the Berlin festival.
Review: 'Autopsy of an Engine and Other Stories from the Cadillac Plant.' During the decade of the 1980s, with the economy spiraling into a deep decline and the auto industry in a crisis of overproduction, an avalanche of plant closings began in our country...
The following is excerpted from a statement delivered at the 61st session of the UN Commission on Human Rights, March 16, in Geneva, Switzerland. Cuba has repeatedly accused the United States of manipulating the small, weak countries that are members of the commission to secure votes condemning Cuba. Efforts are being made this year to force a vote against alleged U.S. human rights violations at the Guantanamo prison in Cuba, in its prisons in Iraq, Afghanistan and within the U.S. itself.
In a highly sensationalized trial here in Houston, Jamaican-born Tyrone Williams, the truck driver on trial for the horrid deaths of 19 Latino immigrants, is the only defendant out of 14 indicted who faces capital punishment. Williams is one of two African Americans indicted in the murder case in which 19 people, including one child, suffocated in his truck trailer on their way to Houston. The other 12 defendants are Latinos.
There are some things we can say for certain happened in Ohio and the U.S. in November 2004.
The following is a response to the Republican ramrodding of a bill giving a federal court jurisdiction over the case of brain-damaged Terri Schiavo. The Senate, operating under unanimous-consent rules, passed the legislation March 19 with no debate and with only three members present. The House voted 203-58 at 12:42 a.m. March 20 to approve the measure, and rushed it to President Bush. He signed the bill into law at 1:11 a.m.
Marisselle Quinones, 11, who has spina bifida, testifies before a Florida Legislative committee on Medicaid reform, March 14 in Jacksonville.